Hi, I have a couple questions
One of my devs is drooling over being able to use python3 for Zato services. Which is fine, except that I have installed Zato 3.1 py 2.7 version on our test server. We only have py 2.7 code in need of migration to the new environment as of now, but it would be cool to get py 3 service code working as well.
How would I go about removing the Zato version I have already installed?
Simply ‘yum remove zato’ after having removed all traces of the test cluster I have set up?
We came from the happy world of CentOS but these days we are forced to use RH linux with it’s annoying Software Collections feature. Installing python 3 the RH way looks to me to hide the py 3 behind SCL. Which leads to more questions…
To get the python 3 support working on RH, do I need to to install python 3 on the OS level or just add the correct repo and install zato?
From other discussion I’ve gathered that Zato is 99% isolated from the underlying OS with regards to python 2.7. If that is also true for the python 3 support, I expect headaches with py 3 and SCL
Any insights to be had?