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author Robby Workman <>2021-04-21 00:42:24 -0500
committer Robby Workman <>2021-04-21 00:42:24 -0500
commit48c22f9303b60a2459850ee6f75c2e19af6e2e09 (patch)
tree9da697bae75e791d92c222d1bb47be67fd2fb5d2 /office
parent2cb6395e6f83b0f608f69f76410a4a99fc3f0917 (diff)
various: Kill lots of python3 dep mentions
This is far from complete. We still need to review and tweak anything with "PYTHON" in the README, as many/most/all of those are telling the user how to build with python3 support. We almost surely want to enable that by default in all of those cases.
Diffstat (limited to 'office')
4 files changed, 8 insertions, 10 deletions
diff --git a/office/anorack/ b/office/anorack/
index 8f4af25894..b9c59424fa 100644
--- a/office/anorack/
+++ b/office/anorack/
@@ -5,6 +5,6 @@ DOWNLOAD="
-REQUIRES="python3 espeak"
MAINTAINER="Donald Cooley"
diff --git a/office/vmd/README b/office/vmd/README
index d3404bf4f5..3f08e5c334 100644
--- a/office/vmd/README
+++ b/office/vmd/README
@@ -4,7 +4,5 @@ Render markdown in a terminal! Why? Because although Markdown is still
readable as-is, if you use Markdown a lot, it's nice to have something to
render it with the proper formatting - with bold text and emphasis, etc.
-This package requires Markdown compiled with python3 support
-Also, this version is patched to ignore img tags, which make vmd fail
+This version is patched to ignore img tags, which make vmd fail
parsing certain markdown documents.
diff --git a/office/vmd/ b/office/vmd/
index 99926d8135..3980a0e132 100644
--- a/office/vmd/
+++ b/office/vmd/
@@ -5,6 +5,6 @@ DOWNLOAD=""
-REQUIRES="python3 Markdown"
MAINTAINER="Ricardo J. Barberis"
diff --git a/office/x_x/README b/office/x_x/README
index 847f2f0e6f..19e1b60990 100644
--- a/office/x_x/README
+++ b/office/x_x/README
@@ -5,8 +5,8 @@ Excel files or CSVs in your terminal. The purpose of this is to not
break the workflow of people who live on the command line and need to
access a spreadsheet generated using Microsoft Excel.
-By default, x_x is built for python2. If you have python3 installed
-and would prefer to use it, run the script with 'export PYVER=3' in
-the environment. There's apparently no functional difference in x_x
-between the python 2 and 3 builds, although the python2 version emits
-warnings about unicode_literals.
+By default, x_x is built for python2. If you prefer to use python3,
+run the script with 'export PYVER=3' in the environment. There's
+apparently no functional difference in x_x between the python 2
+and python3 builds, although the python2 version emits warnings
+about unicode_literals.