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Post Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:19 am

Hyperion wrote:
Leonidas wrote:In the case of Arch Linux this is "immediately" because they don't officially offer any old Python versions. IMHO it makes more sense to say `` python3 ''.
In Arch there is unfortunately `python` Python 3 and` python2` Python 2.7 - or am I getting you wrong?
This is completely irrelevant for the discussion here and Python 2 and Python 3 can also be found in Arch under `` python2 '' and `` python3 '' respectively. At no point did I recommend using `` python '' without a version ^ W generation number, so this should work relatively well under any distribution.

Well, you can take Debian a few years ago as an example, which had Python 2.3, Python 2.4 as standard Python and Python 2.5 as a kind of preview. But even there that won't happen anymore, because Python 2.7 is the last 2.x release anyway, so there won't be any "preview" releases.

And by the way, I think that `` python '' = `` python3 '' on Arch Linux is not that bad at all. Of course, most programs use Python 2.x, but they still work
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