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Add Python 3 Support #6
I've started working on this:
Branch is here:
I remember trying this before. It's been a few months since I looked into it, so I'm a bit rusty on the details. The command to start ipython using the erlang kernel is the problem...
Python2.7 accepts byte strings from the command line, where as Python3 accepts unicode strings. I believe that's where the error is coming from, but again, this is just off the top of my head.
Finally, support has been added for python3.4.*
The solution is pretty hacky, and not pretty on the eye.
to the makefile. Because the problem with python3 treats command line strings as Strings, where as Python2 treats them as byte strings. IPython only accepts byte strings.
So it's a round-about way of getting the byte string. Not ideal, but it works.