[ANNOUNCE] Python 3.3 is now bundled with LibreOffice 4.0

Olivier Hallot olivier.hallot at documentfoundation.org
Wed Nov 28 03:41:54 PST 2012

Although the fix for expat and element—tree is is removing dirty expat from
solenv/, Lightproof is not operational. I did a clean dev-install and
./soffice console shows the issue.
Em 27/11/2012 14:11, "Michael Stahl" <mstahl at redhat.com> escreveu:

> with the commit 38a22a9026a3d8a67f3e16ec650960a10b527d25 "Switch from
> python to python3" Python 3.3 is now bundled with LibreOffice when
> configured --enable-python=internal.
> with the commit 602b746330d21ae1b9c0fc60eb0980ed92cd5680 "configure:
> switch system Python minimum to 3.3" the minimum version for a system
> Python (when using --enable-python=system) has been raised to 3.3;
> however for a transition period of a few releases it will still be
> possible to use a Python 2 version 2.6 or later, by explicitly setting
> there are currently no known issues with pyuno (remotely) and Python
> Script Provider when running on Python 3.
> there are still some bits of Python code that are not yet ported to run
> on Python 3, such as the email sending stuff in scripting/source/pyprov/
> and LightProof but hopefully we'll get that done before 4.0 release.
> thanks to Christian Lohmaier for his work to get internal python3
> packaged on Mac OS X, to Laszlo Nemeth for advice in porting the Python
> Script Provider extension, and to Xisco Fauli for porting the Python
> based Wizards.
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