isrcsubmit-git: Dealing with Python 3 vs. Python 2
#4 has been resolved and the package is now a split one. However, this scenario isn't my ideal one, as it prevents users from doing
$aurhelper -S isrcsubmit-git and installing the package without further intervention.
This can be "solved" in a few ways:
- As-is. This leaves people to choose manually which of the two they want to install.
- Drop Python 2 support in the package. Just install the Python 3 version. Python 2 zealots can easily make the package suit their taste by
- Happy co-existence. Since the two versions install the library files to /usr/lib/python2.x/... and /usr/lib/python3.x/... respectively, simply renaming Python 2's /usr/bin/isrcsubmit.py to isrcsubmit-python2.py or something should allow the two versions to live happily alongside each other.
I'm leaning towards 2) myself, but if anyone has any opinion on the matter, feel free to contact me and share it.