David Vollenweider <dvollen%gmail.com@localhost> writes: > I know ham/chirp is going to be stuck on Python 2 for awhile, not only > because of GTK2 but also because of the py-serial module it uses. > Someone reported not being able to install it on Fedora after that > Linux distro got rid of Python 2.7. The response was that it's going to > be a major undertaking to rewrite CHIRP for Python 3.x. See > https://chirp.danplanet.com/issues/7859 chirp is actively working on python 3 and has a py3 branch that I think mostly works. There is a lot of pain to go around, and I think if pkgsrc can be slower to kick things out than Debian/Ubuntu/etc. we can avoid a lot of trouble. There's no issue with py-serial; I have it built for py38.
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