Python3 version of python-progressbar is available at pypi
Please add python3 support.
Created attachment 1094558 [details]
Python3 support (and modernize python macros)
Here's a patch that should make it work.
I will take a spare time to do it soon.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 24 development cycle.
Changing version to '24'.
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Any chance of applying this, Truong?
(In reply to Ralph Bean from comment #4)
> Any chance of applying this, Truong?
Sorry, For some unknown reasons, I missed this issue :(
I will process it this weekend.
(In reply to Adolfo Fitoria from comment #0)
> Python3 version of python-progressbar is available at pypi
The latest update on Pypi is 2015-02-20; while on its original repo (https://github.com/niltonvolpato/python-progressbar/commits/master), it shows to support python 3.4 from commit 9b5f02e on 2015-11-20.
Upstream developer also did not tag any releases on the original repo.
I am not sure what the right version is.
This is related to this bug #1218533 too.
Any ideas or advice?
Seems to be mostly bugfixes and python3 support, so I think you could update to the git version (unless it breaks the interface or something like that, but it doesn't appear to).
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Truong Anh Tuan, would you consider updating to the latest Git commit? Do you need any help with it?
(In reply to Petr Viktorin from comment #9)
> Still there,
> Truong Anh Tuan, would you consider updating to the latest Git commit? Do
> you need any help with it?
Sorry, I am too busy with day job these days so I have not got enough time to take care of this.
Would you like to take over this package?
Sure. I've requested access over at https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/package/rpms/python-progressbar/
Updated and built in Rawhide.