[reportlab-users] Moving to Bitbucket, and development roadmap..

Hajime Nakagami nakagami at gmail.com
Sat Mar 16 07:14:24 EDT 2013

Hi Andy and others.

I have an experimental implementation of porting to python3.


Now, just released Pillow2.0.

Pillow 2.0 and this version of pillow seems good work runAll.py
(Sorry a few tests are removed, becouse these can't pass Python2.7 and
Python3.3 both by me)

I hope that code will help for next version of pillow.

2013/3/9 Andy Robinson <andy at reportlab.com>

> Hi everybody,


> We are in the process of moving our open source code to Mercurial,

> hosted by Bitbucket.


> The export seems to have gone well and there is a source tree up there now

> on..


> https://bitbucket.org/rptlab/reportlab/


> This should be considered experimental for the next few days. Once

> we're happy, I'll re-post to this list. Anyone pulling from

> subversion will have to change over. We can then start to use the

> tracker and wiki.


> This is likely to be quickly followed by a minor release 2.7, with an

> accumulation of small changes and bug fixes. 2.7 has a certain

> symmetry with Python's own version numbers, so our plan is to make

> this the last release before some bigger rearrangements.


> Afterwards, we hope to 'pull the ladder up' and require Python 2.7 or

> higher, and focus on a substantial cleanup and modernisation of the

> code in the next few months, leading to a 2.7/3.3-compatible branch.


> I will be posting more on this next week.



> Best Regards,



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