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It's not just of question of libraries. By itself most of the codebase in odoo/openerp isn't compatible with Python3. And by that I mean that openerp was written using syntaxes that aren't compatible with python3.
One easy example is the usage of the boolean operator '<>' instead of '!='. On other example is the syntax used for exceptions.
So the real big problem isn't exactly in third party libraries but the openerp library itself and the addons.
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|Asked: 2/18/14, 6:15 PM|
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|Last updated: 3/20/15, 8:46 AM|