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Author barry
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Date 2011-10-04.14:24:53
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On Oct 04, 2011, at 01:03 PM, Boštjan Mejak wrote:

>I have a better idea... Why don't we change the "linux2" string into just
>"linux". That way we will never run into this kind of issue, even in the
>future when Linux kernel version 4 is going to exist. Any thoughts on this?

Python 3.3 already sets sys.platform to 'linux'.  It can't be done for older
versions due to backward compatibility.
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