[ros-users] ROS for Python3
wjwwood at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 19:59:10 UTC 2011
Thanks Ken, I was aware of the work these guys are doing, I have just run
into some issues and solved them, but still want to make sure my fixes are
working in both Python 2 and 3 so I do a lot of switching.
That brings up something else I was wondering. If I find/fix something
should I go through the proper trac ticket process or should I go
through Michael Karg, Séverin Lemaignan, and Lorenz Mösenlechner so they can
be rolled into broader patches like the ones on trac right now? I guess
what I am asking is whether or not the move to support Python3 is solid
enough to move to bug reporting or if it is still fluid enough for patching
in larger patches.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 9:44 AM, William Woodall <wjwwood at gmail.com> wrote:
> > +1
> > I wonder if this could also be used to control which version of Python
> > are using without changing the paths and such. I have been working on
> > making ros, ros_comm, and common_msgs more Python 2/3 portable because of
> > MORSE, which uses Blender, which requires Python3. I had considered
> > something like env['ROS_PYTHON'] and replacing the #!/usr/bin/env python
> > lines with something like ros-shebang that would select python
> > and paths based on the environment variable. This isn't something I see
> > people doing often, but it might be a use case to consider when designing
> > this tool. There might also be a better/existing way of doing what I am
> > talking about, but I am just not aware of it.
Michael Karg, Séverin Lemaignan, and Lorenz Mösenlechner have been
> working on the above MORSE problem by making the Python code Py3k
> compatible. You may want to look at:
> Most of the patches have been merged and they have been using MORSE with
> So as to not bomb this thread, please start a new thread if you wish
> to discuss the above.
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