Support broken for python2.3 (and RHEL 4) ?
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Hi guys, We're using func in small park here (~50 servers), but this one is mixed in RHEL4 and RHEL5, I've (tried) to update func and certmaster (from last tar.gz to the last git update) but, on the RHEL4, func fail to start on Starting func daemon: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/funcd", line 20, in ? from func.minion import server File "/usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages/func/minion/server.py", line 105 @fm.findout ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax This line was introduced in the chanset 76b05d1f53fad440728781a17d75554da842d139 (https://fedorahosted.org/func/changeset?old=func%2Fminion%2Fserver.py%4 076b05d1f53fad440728781a17d75554da842d139&new=func%2Fminion%2Fserver.py% 40ab83758c79e0b088e9836ddf287f0c65d4c04cf6) The question is, is func meant to be run on python2.3 or does the support for (old) python2.3 dropped ? By the way, I wonder if it could not be good to tag the repository (when what is in is clean) because it seems there are a lot of changes since 0.26, and it is not "very clean" having the same version for new functions. Well done for the work so far ! Nicolas Di Pietro _______________________________________________ Func-list mailing list Func-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/func-list
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