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Re(1): Python 3.0 makes a big break

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on October 27, 2008 04:30 PM
You don't have to do anything if someone installs 2.7. 2.6 will still be there and your application will still run against 2.6. That's why it's the preferred method. If you tested against 2.6, you wouldn't want your app to run on a newer version without complaining.


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