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Ability to use supervisor from python 2.7 and still run Python 3 #4606

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agjohnson commented Sep 5, 2018

This has been sitting around on my local dev instance for a while, I
figure we're fine to start switching all of our development pieces to
py3 before we announce deprecation of python 2.x

Ability to use supervisor from python 2.7 and still run Python 3
This has been sitting around on my local dev instance for a while, I
figure we're fine to start switching all of our development pieces to
py3 before we announce deprecation of python 2.x

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Good.

Do we have an alternative to supervisor for Python3?

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I just run supervisor from my python2 venv for now. Eventually supervisor will be python3 compatible. That's actually why this is required, supervisor will try to use python2 as the interpreter.

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agjohnson commented Sep 6, 2018

I just run supervisor from my python2 venv for now. Eventually supervisor will be python3 compatible. That's actually why this is required, supervisor will try to use python2 as the interpreter.

@agjohnson agjohnson merged commit 0c941c9 into master Sep 6, 2018

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