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Re: pkg/44062: Inconistencies in PYTHON_VERSIONS_ACCEPTED
This all sounds reasonable to me.
On Mon, 2010-11-08 at 05:18 +0000, David Holland wrote:
> When a new python version comes out we can always massedit all
> PYTHON_VERSIONS_ACCEPTED like this:
> -PYTHON_VERSIONS_ACCEPTED= 24 25 26
> +PYTHON_VERSIONS_ACCEPTED= 24 25 26 # 27?
> to explicitly indicate that python27 might or might not work and
> hasn't yet been checked.
One extra feature that might be nice is a developer override so that the
person committing the new version of Python can bulk build all
additional packages against the new version of Python and categorise the
packages as "won't build" or "will build, might run".
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