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Anyone know the developers? Anyone else waiting for 3.x support? This is the only thing keeping me from upgrading to python 3.1 ....

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A lot of developers aren't bothering changing their modules to 3.x I dont upgrade personally because i know if i do i will not be able to use wxPython anymore :(

So yeah, also seeing the last newspost was almost a year ago i have a feeling its not that active anymore... But heh, i could be wrong

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We wouldn't have this problem if Windows machines would ship with Python installed. The real problem is that MS wants to make money with their old VB interpreter.

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We wouldn't have this problem if Windows machines would ship with Python installed. The real problem is that MS wants to make money with their old VB interpreter.

I think that Van Rossum prefers OSX, and he works for Google, which makes 2 other obstacles.

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Python like Java is open source, MS is horrified by this. They had to use Java because of the Internet Explorer. Look what they tried to do to Java a few years ago to make it their own, SUN had to sue them to stop it.

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