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Re: Planning to port cqlsh to Python 3 (CASSANDRA-10190)


Both can work.  I did a lot of the work on the port of the Python
driver's object mapper (formerly cqlengine) to Python 3.  It's
reasonably straightforward if you use the six library.

Both pandas and numpy are dropping support for Python 2 at the end of
this year.  I'm fine with riding on their coattails.
On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 9:21 AM Russell Bateman <russ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Support for, but not the very script, right? Because, as gently pointed
> out by several realists here, Python 2 is far from dead and arguably
> still the majority usage. That's only just now beginning to change. I
> think it will be more than 2 years before people begin asking what
> Python 2 was.
>
>
> On 06/01/2018 10:10 AM, Jonathan Haddad wrote:
> > Supporting both as a next step is logical, removing support for 2 in the
> > next year or two seems reasonable enough. Gotta rip the band aid off at
> > some point.
> >
> > On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 2:34 AM Michael Burman <miburman@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> Deprecating in this context does not mean removing it or it being
> >> replaced by 3 (RHEL 7.x will remain with Python 2.x as default). It
> >> refers to future versions (>7), but there are none at this point. It
> >> appears Ubuntu has deviated from Debian in this sense, but Debian has
> >> not changed yet (likely Debian 10 will, but that's not out yet and has
> >> no announced release date).
> >>
> >> Thus, 2.x still remains the most used version for servers. And servers
> >> deployed at this point of time will use these versions for years.
> >>
> >>     - Micke
> >>
> >>
> >> On 06/01/2018 10:52 AM, Murukesh Mohanan wrote:
> >>> On 2018/06/01 07:40:04, Michael Burman <miburman@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >>>> IIRC, there's no major distribution yet that defaults to Python 3 (I
> >>>> think Ubuntu & Debian are still defaulting to Python 2 also). This will
> >>>> happen eventually (maybe), but not yet. Discarding Python 2 support
> >>>> would mean more base-OS work for most people wanting to run Cassandra
> >>>> and that's not a positive thing.
> >>>>
> >>> Ubuntu since 16.04 defaults to Python 3:
> >>>
> >>>> Python2 is not installed anymore by default on the server, cloud and
> >> the touch images, long live Python3! Python3 itself has been upgraded to
> >> the 3.5 series. -
> >> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/XenialXerus/ReleaseNotes#Python_3
> >>> RHEL 7.5 deprecates Python 2 (
> >> https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/7/html/7.5_release_notes/chap-red_hat_enterprise_linux-7.5_release_notes-deprecated_functionality
> >> ).
> >>>
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>


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