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Re: [atomic-devel] Python 2 and Atomic Host

On 08/02/2017 10:20 AM, Colin Walters wrote:
Hey, just a quick note here that I've been waging a fight to keep
/usr/bin/python as Python 2 for Fedora Atomic Host, and in
general to support Ansible.

This was covered on LWN:

For openshift-ansible I think we're generally OK with supporting
Python 3 and working through that.  But if you're a user of
Atomic Host + Ansible with Python 2, it'd be useful to respond
here to let me know this fight is worth continuing =)

Yup, that's me. The tests we maintain in the 'atomic-host-tests' repo[0] are all Ansible.

I'd like to experiment with the tests in their current state against an Atomic Host that has Python 3 available before raising any red flags. But this is definitely something we need to watch.

[0] https://github.com/projectatomic/atomic-host-tests

There's a bigger picture question around how long we keep
Python 2.  I'll post something related to that soon.

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