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Re: [9.0c] Python 3 and Odoo 9 / 10 or [2017] Community Edition

Andi Becker
- 02/12/2016 06:47:59
it will :-)

and Community Version could go ahead. That gevent is in release candidate state is no problem as no new changes will be introduced and only bugs get fixed.

We intend to actually split up the Core Odoo from its modules as often customers don't need all modules. i.e a hotel does not need manufacturing and schools don't need many other things from the Odoo SA suite but would need new stuff which isn't there from Odoo SA but already available from Community providers.

Focussing on those Verticals for a Python3 rewrite in AGPL of the core modules would help a lot and would bring back freedom which got unfortunately lost.

What kind of vertical are you in for development?


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On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 6:37 PM, Esteban Echeverry - Nubark <> wrote:

Think the only hard dependency rigth now, would be gevent, whose python 3 compatibility is still in release candidate state. I'm also interested in this topic though, even more considering that Ubuntu 16.04 LTS will have Python 3 as default.

On Feb 4, 2016 9:52 PM, "Andreas Becker" <> wrote:
Points which came up in our yesterday meeting and which I would like to ask here!

Tryton is already working with Python Version 3

What about Odoo Community Edition?
Who has experience with converting / rewriting - the core to Python Version 3, perhaps who has already started. 

There was already a Thread about it but it has not been continued for a longer time.

What would it cost (in man/hours) i.e. to rewrite the Odoo Core to Python Version 3? 

What would be the most important modules to be converted or rewritten to Python 3 first, as they are used most often? Is there anywhere a statistic about what modules get used how often or which modele has a lot of stuff depending on, if yes where?


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