El mar, 08-11-2011 a las 17:53 -0800, Zac Medico escribió:
> On 11/08/2011 04:38 PM, Pacho Ramos wrote:
> > Reading:
> > http://en.gentoo-wiki.com/wiki/Portage_tips#Portage_and_python3
> > Looks like some people think portage is faster with python3, is that
> > true?
> Maybe. You'd hope that python3 would be more optimized, since presumably
> the code is being more actively worked on than python2.
> > I have python3 set as main interpreter (for catching packages
> > failing to build/work with it), but my portage is merged without any
> > python* USE flag, I guess, it's still using python2, no?
> By default, portage uses your default interpreter, so you're already
> using python3.
> > If it's faster really, is python3 safe to use with portage or it's only
> > offered for testing purposes?
> Nowadays, it should be about as safe as python2. The only difference
> that I'm aware of is that with python3 we forcefully convert elog mails
> to ascii in order to avoid encoding errors in python's smtplib module.
> > Thanks for the info
Fine, I am already using it with python3 as it's my main interpreter now