Erm if you are running both versions of resource monitor together now, why would you change that as leaving the python 2 parts would presumably mean you only need one copy of that add on if you have old and new versions of nvda in use. I know a lot of people who keep older versions around as well.
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Is this not making more work for everyone and yourself?
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From: "Joseph Lee" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2019 6:23 PM
Subject: [nvda-devel] Joseph Lee's add-ons and NVDA 2019.3: Python 3 alpha builds of Resource Monitor and StationPlaylist are now available
A few days ago I wrote that I'll release Python 3 alpha versions of some of
my add-ons (ones with Python 3 strict branch or requiring NVDA 2019.3
technologies) shortly after NVDA 2019.2 sees the light of day. Now that it
did, I'm releasing Python 3 alpha versions of the following add-ons:
* Resource Monitor:
1. These add-ons REQUIRE NVDA 2019.3 alpha.
2. Update check for these add-ons will not be possible - Add-on Updater
doesn't know how to check for updates for Python 3 alpha builds, and that is
3. After installing these add-ons, there is no going back. For this
reason, please use another copy of NVDA for testing these add-ons.
4. For StationPlaylist users: the Python 3 alpha builds of this add-on
will be released only if significant changes were made to SPL add-on that
warrants testing with NVDA 2019.3 alpha. Those on development snapshots
(regular ones, that is) will not see Python 3 version of SPL add-on until
shortly after 2019.3 RC is released; a limited field testing will take place
during 2019.3 beta cycle. Due to pickle protocol changes, after installing
today's alpha snapshot, there is no going back.
5. For Resource Monitor users: you'll notice smaller download size due
to removal of Python 2 version of psutil. Python 3 alpha version of Resource
Monitor will bundle Python 3 version of psutil.
6. There will be more add-ons joining the Python 3 alpha testing
program, either because they will be optimized for Python 3 (such as
SystrayList), supports newer versions of NVDA (such as Windows 10 App
Essentials), or a combination of these.
Any feedback on my add-ons participating in Python 3 alpha testing are