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Cython code generation for Py3 complete

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just a quick announcement that I finished the port of the Cython compiler to
the Py3 target platform. While you cannot currently run Cython itself in Py3,
you can build the generated C sources unchanged under Py2.3 through 3.0a5.

There isn't a release yet (though there will hopefully be one soon), but I
would be happy if interested people could already give it some testing. So if
you have some Pyrex sources lying around and want them to run on Python 3k,
please give it a try and report any problems you find to the Cython mailing list.

You can get the compiler from the public Mercurial repository:

and I have put up a developer snapshot here:

Hoping for some feedback,

Jun 27 '08 #1
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