Sven Schreiber <svetosch(a)gmx.net> writes:
first of all, thanks for the latest release which is much
Now with respect to your pytools, given its usage of "print" (as a
statement) it looks as if it is for Python 2 only, not for Py3. Or am I
missing something? Or has this changed from version 2013.5.3 which I
checked to version 2013.5.6 of which I have just become aware.
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.