Musings: More Python 3 compat, Project Sunrise, InspIRCd modules and Portage

Some good news: as I eix-sync’d this morning, I noticed that dev-python/ndg-httpsclient and dev-python/ipaddress now have Python 3 compatibility. That means two of the packages I had thought had no chance of being upgraded actually have been. As for my own efforts, I have been very busy with work and musl support patches lately, but I have been looking at fixing up the htop package next.

I’ve found Project Sunrise, a way for me to be able to contribute ebuilds to Gentoo in hopes of someday getting them in the master Portage repository. I’m hoping to add a few Python libraries first, then moving up to packaging SuperGameHerm and PyIRC once they’ve matured enough to be useable by external users.

While testing PyIRC, I needed to be able to use a few modules that are not a part of InspIRCd’s main package. Since Portage didn’t allow any way of including them in the installed package, I simply checked out the source code package, ran modulemanager to add the modules, then built only those modules. I copied them to the /usr/lib64/inspircd/modules directory and added them to modules.conf, and voila! Now I can do more IRCv3.2 testing.

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