[Twisted-Python] Python 2.2 Support

Daniel Henninger jadestorm at nc.rr.com
Fri Sep 9 19:38:41 EDT 2005

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 has 2.2.3 installed.  It's not the  
absolute latest version of RHEL, (4 is), but it's still in wide  
circulation.  Also, I increased my requirements for PyICQt and PyAIMt  
to Python 2.3 not-so-long-ago (they're based on Twisted), and took a  
lot of flak about it.  =(  Got some "well then I can't use your  
application..." when I told them it required 2.3 or above.  =/


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On Sep 9, 2005, at 7:13 PM, Mary Gardiner wrote:

> On Sat, Sep 10, 2005, Jonathan Lange wrote:
>> So, how long are we going to support it?
> Well, one obvious question is what's the state of 2.2 in the wild. For
> example, which Linux distributions, if any, ship 2.2 as the default
> Python in their current release, or in any recent release? (Defining
> recent left as an exercise for the reader.)
> -Mary
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