- Dec 28, 2014
Just curious on everyones experience
Thanks for sharing the URL, never seen that before, but glad that I decided to go with 3.X3.x all the way.
"3.x is not supported" is pretty much a myth.
Here is a nice breakdown of the 360(!!) most popular packages.
Lo and behold... 293 of 360 are ported.
If you really need a package that is 2.x only, any good IDE (e.g. pycharm) lets you switch the compiler with a few clicks.
This does happen, but mostly in niche areas. For example neural networks, etc..
Well, the problem as I understand it was the initial uptake of 3.x was very slow, with huge and popular libraries not being ported (numpy, etc..)Thanks for sharing the URL, never seen that before, but glad that I decided to go with 3.X
Not sure why so many posts I found around the net recommended 2.X. o_0