Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1024796
fedora-packager: Use Python 3 instead of Python 2
Last modified: 2018-11-14 11:43:59 EST
Hi, we would like to use Python 3 on the default installation instead of Python 2 on Fedora 22.
While this package is not in minimal buildroot, it belongs to fedora-packager stack. We would like to switch to Python 3 there as well.
The goal here is, that for F22 you should use Python 3 instead of Python 2 in this package.
Please, help us update to Python 3 flawlessly.
Check if upstream already support Python 3, if yes, use it and add the support to the package.
If upstream doesn't support Python 3 yet, encourage it to do so by sending patches and offering your help.
When upstream is dead or unwilling to support Python 3, say so and we can solve the problem together.
Chances are, that you ARE the upstream. In that case, everything is easier, just do it yourself.
There is a table on wiki, that should list your package. Chances are, that you can see an upstream link that covers the problem. Anyway, please update the table with information you know.
I offer my help with this task, so if you have no idea, how to work on this, or it is just not your priority, don't hesitate to ask for help.
(As you've already realized, this is a bulk text, so if something is not quite exact about your package, sorry for that, just ask)
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 22 development cycle.
Changing version to '22'.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Zbigniew, I don't understand why this bug should depend on whether 2to3, pynche, msgfmt.py, pygettext.py, smtpd.py come from python-tools or python3-tools. Care to explain?
Yeah, wrong bug.
Ville Skyttä: The link you posted is broken.
Dennis Gilmore / maintainer: Is there any progress on this? Are you interested in pull requests?
I'd like to see fedora-client to be ported to python3 for making fedora-easy-karma work (see bug #1329629)
(In reply to Christian Stadelmann from comment #5)
> Ville Skyttä: The link you posted is broken.
I suppose a pagure update or something has broken it. Anyway, that PR has been merged, https://pagure.io/fedora-packager/3a597f82f0e8e464f859458e4230f2e1e7730517
AFAICS the next step for the fedora_cert part would be to create python2-fedora-cert and python3-fedora_cert subpackages that provides the modules for each python version and then make the fedora-cert tool use python3 for F24+. For F23- and EPEL the tool needs to use python or should at least depend on the python2 subpackage to not break dependencies of other tools, since there is no separate module subpackage atm.
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This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 25 development cycle.
Changing version to '25'.
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fedora-packager-0.6.0.1-3.fc27.noarch still uses python2.
What's the status of this one?
Anything the Python Main team can do to move this forward?
Anyone? Any response?