[Grok-dev] Grok should run on python 2.6
michael at d2m.at
Sat Nov 7 02:46:29 EST 2009
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Kevin Teague wrote:
> It'd be nice to be able to do these migrations piecemeal, first do the
> work to bump a Grok app to Python 2.6, then do the work to migrate the
> app to ZTK 1.0. Well, obviously through the magic of Buildout it's
> already easy to do this, but doing a Grok release which just bumps the
> packages just enough to get to 2.6 would be good.
As i found out the ZTK 1.0 is a KGS. I changed Grok to include the ZTK
1.0 versions (this is changing 82 out of 113 package releases).
Buildout succeeded immediately. I had to change a single package
(grokcore.view) and 5 tests to make all tests run. The grokwiki sample
app starts and works. Python2.6 is supported too.
I am very surprised this worked at all and that easy.
I now need to test the setup against real applications written for Grok
1.0. Please let me know if there are any so far.
I proposed to make Grok 1.1 implement the changes
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