Apparently ubuntu is intending ship with exclusively python 3.2 in future,
are there any plans afoot to port pyprocessing to work with python 3?
In my experiments so far I have managed to set up pyglet (using pyglet 1.2
development source) and similarly numpy. Stumbling block for me with
pyprocessing was pvector (which uses the 'new' module, which is deprecated
since python-2.6). I'm by no means a python expert, but I tried using
'type' instead of 'new' to produce a meta class, but then I got lost
(methods OK but I filed to create instance variables).