Am 01.08.2013 19:39, schrieb Andreas Kloeckner:
No, nothing in that regard should have changed between these two
releases. When you "python setup.py install" pytools, pytools should
noodle itself through 2to3 and be compatible with Python 3 that
way. You're right in that its source code is not valid Python 3, but
that isn't (yet) intended.
tl;dr: Someone (you, or the install script) needs to run 2to3.
Ok I see; the manual (i.e., no pre-packaged distro) Py3 setup that I
tried first (on 32bit Windows 8 in this case) somehow didn't do that,
and I got a syntax error with these print statements.
I switched to Py2 and everything worked fine there, but maybe I will try
to tackle the pyopencl install under Py3 again...