[pkg-uWSGI-devel] Bug#1029076: uwsgi-plugin-python3: should cover non-default Python interpreters too

Jonas Smedegaard jonas at jones.dk
Fri Jan 27 13:06:29 GMT 2023

Quoting Dominik George (2023-01-27 13:31:59)
> > Since this issue only emerges during transitions (and possibly for
> > downstream derivative distros supporting multiple concurrent Python
> > versions in their final user-exposed distro releases), this issue is not
> > considered urgent to fix, and is not planned to do before this upcoming
> > freeze.
> So, what about Python 3.11 most likely not going to be the default Python
> in bookworm?
> Using your choice of words, bookworm is currently in a transition, and
> will probably be released with this transition ongoing. So, as I take
> it, your plan is to live with the issue, even though this means uWSGI's
> Python 3 support will not be properly usable for third-party applications
> for a full stable release lifetime?

I don't understand what you are talking about here.

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