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68964Re: [RFC] Adding alias command to ease supporting Python 2 and 3.

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  • INADA Naoki
    Apr 4, 2013
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      You're right, but...

      Actually it doesn't.  Python 2 and 3 are not compatible.  You can't use
      :python  without knowing what version it is.

      These days, many Python libraries support both of Python 2 and 3 in one source.
      For those, Python 2 and 3 are compatible at some level.

      Jedi-vim uses alias command like this:
      
      
      if has('python')
          command! -nargs=1 Python python <args>
      else
          command! -nargs=1 Python python3 <args>
      end

      But, user defined commands can't be script/plugin local.
      So having standard command like it is good idea.

       
       Therefore :python will
      always mean Python 2.  Otherwise some percentage of the scripts will
      just not work.

      If vim is build with -python +python3, those script just not work, too.
      So, :python fallback to python3 doesn't break any scripts.
       

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