And so, today, while I was browsing updates for my Debian unstable
laptop, I noticed that
aptitude wouldn't automatically upgrade
python2 and related packages (I don't know why, and at this point
don't care). So I decided to dare: I removed the
python2 package to
see what the dependency solver would have proposed me. It turned out
that there was basically nothing I couldn't live without.
So, bye bye Python 2. It was a long ride and I loved programming with you. But now it's the turn of your younger brother.
$ python bash: python: comando non trovato
(guess what "comando non trovato" means?)
And thanks to all those who made this possible!
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