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    Default Python 3 repo missing / merged with python repo

    I've been using python3 repo for some packages (e.g Eric 6 IDE) and yesterday I noticed it's empty, after I tried to update system. Then I saw most of the packages (if not all) are now in python repo. Is this something planned before or some mistake or something else? I couldn't find any info on this. It's not a problem for me to switch to another repository, bur also, this info is missing in package search page. E.g. Eric6 is in python repo (noarch), but that one is not shown in search results

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    Default Re: Python 3 repo missing / merged with python repo

    Hi
    Yes, with implementation of the python single spec file, check the Factory and Packaging ML archives;
    openSUSE Mailinglist Archives

    https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Pac...hon_Singlespec
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    Default Re: Python 3 repo missing / merged with python repo

    Thank you for the info, I'll switch to python repo now

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