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On 11/25/2015 07:16 AM, Juan Orti Alcaine wrote:
I'm reading the guidelines about the naming of conflicting
python2/python3 binaries , and I have doubts about if it is up
to date. It says: "The unversioned executable must be the python2
version.", is this still true? In the example shown some lines
before, the unversioned binary goes to the python3 package.
IIRC, this is specific to tools for python itself. So things like
/usr/bin/python and /usr/bin/easy_install must be the python 2
version. For end-user packages, the current policy for F22+ is that
they must be the python 3 version.
With python3 as the default I guess the unversioned binary should
be the python3 one.
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