I have been reading all sorts of things from you cannot get rid of
python 2.7 to it's straightforward to leave python2_7.
"Jan 1 2020 python 2.7 is bye_bye"
If this is true, I'm not sure which to upgrade to Python 3.6,7,8,9;
versus 3.7 seems most poputlar ?
I have these versions of python installed 2.7.15, 3.5.5 and 3.6.5
and these settings in make.conf::
PYTHON_TARGETS=" python2_7 python3_6"
Sometimes it's hard to sort out the most accurate/current docs to read
from the older docs, related to various issues. I'm a none systemd
gentoo user, and not the sharpest tac in the box.......(python_challenged?)
eix --installed-with-use python_targets_python2_7
When I run this command string, I get 157 ::
Here are a few of the docs that seem reasonable, but may not be the best
guides to follow, on the journey from Python2 to Python3?
Perhaps I've missed a straightforward guide, or a way to mitigate when a
package still want python2_7 ?
Info and guidance is most welcome.