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Re: V14, python version

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Akretion France, David BEAL
- 14/10/2020 19:36:54
That's your preference that cover your workflow and odoo workflow
 
Yes, Jean-Charles, that's why I prefer to stick in my deployments to the oldest supported Python version

No problem with that.
Another legitim workflow can be to use 3.8. In this case the only important thing is to have periodic feedback on potential regressions.

For that, no need to have complete tests for each commit in every branch, we could only execute tests on this version every week.
I don't know if it's easy to plan such tests based on cron, but if yes it could be a valid way to support several versions efficiently.

What do you think?

Thanks

Regards


David BEAL - akretion.com
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Odoo Intégration / Développement


Le mer. 14 oct. 2020 à 14:37, Pedro M. Baeza (Tecnativa) <pedro.baeza@tecnativa.com> a écrit :
Yes, Jean-Charles, that's why I prefer to stick in my deployments to the oldest supported Python version, or being more specific, the version that Odoo has in its runbot and Odoo.sh infrastructure (that right now is Python 3.6), as that's the one battle-tested enough for all the rough edges that can happen. It's not only that Odoo launches without initial error...

About the availability of any Python version in any system, that's not strictly true unless you go to a heavier virtualization layer as Docker, as some Python libraries won't compile.

Regards.

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