Kimchi in its current state doesn't work with Python 3 which is why I explicitly stated Python 2.
For Kimchi to work with Python 3 we would need to get Python 3 versions of all the libraries that Kimchi uses and I looked in to this and there are one or two that are in use that are not yet compatible with Python 3.
So for the moment I would recommend explicitly stating python2 until we are able to get Kimchi working with Python 3.
On 27 February 2015 at 15:55, Aline Manera <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 12/02/2015 10:30, Alan Jenkins wrote:
This is a patch to change the #! line used in Kimchi from the ambiguous
/usr/bin/python to a more specific and more portable /usr/bin/env python2.
From my understanding, using python2 will limit Kimchi to run using python2.
I suggest to use "/usr/bin/env python"
This enables users of distributions that have switched to the default python version
to python3 to run Kimchi without having to go and manually change the line and at the
same time allows people who have python installed to non default locations to also use
Kimchi by setting the python2 environment variable.
Alan Jenkins (demon012)
Alan Jenkins (1):
Change from using /usr/bin/python to /usr/bin/env python2 to improve
contrib/check_i18n.py | 2 +-
src/kimchi/vnc.py | 2 +-
src/kimchid.in | 2 +-
ui/pages/help/gen-index.py | 2 +-
4 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)