On Sunday 20 May 2018 15:33,
Andreas Kloeckner <lists(a)badger.tiker.net> put forth the proposition:
> David Woodfall <dave(a)dawoodfall.net> writes:
> > What I would like to know is if there is any way of getting
> > python2 pudb working by using the python3 urwid library?
> Whatever solution you have in mind, I think that would be difficult.
> Package an the last Py2-compatible Urwid and get pudb to work against
> that. Pudb hasn't diverged far from being Py2-compatible. (probably
> still is, in its entirety)
That sounds a more sensible solution. Thanks,
> No manual is ever necessary.
May I politely interject here: BULLSHIT. That's the biggest Apple lie of all!
-- Discussion in comp.os.linux.misc on the intuitiveness of interfaces
I've just taken over as maintainer of the pudb Slackware package
hosted at slackbuilds.org.
I'd been using pudb3 for some days on a project and like it a lot,
but noticed that the version was old (2015.x) and contacting the old
maintainer proved fruitless.
The first thing I did was update it to the latest version and add
Then I hit a problem - Slackware ships with an old version of urwid
(1.0.3) so the python2 app wouldn't run. As it happens I maintain the
python3 version of urwid, so there was no problem with getting the
python3 build working.
What I would like to know is if there is any way of getting
python2 pudb working by using the python3 urwid library?
I suspect not, but I thought it worth asking just in case.
> Linux is not user-friendly.
It _is_ user-friendly. It is not ignorant-friendly and idiot-friendly.
-- Seen somewhere on the net