Reportlab recently released version 3.1 which now fully supports Python 3 and Python 2.7. They had actually released a Python 3 compatible version about a month or so ago, but this one sounds like they've worked the bugs out of that initial release as this version also supports their commercial customers. I find this exciting in that one of my favorite Python packages finally supports Python 3. I haven't moved to Python 3 myself because I use so many packages that are only available for Python 2 (and also because I have yet to work for a place that uses Python 3). There aren't really any awesome new features in Reportlab 3.1 as of yet, but you can read through their release notes and decide for yourself.
One cool new feature of Reportlab is that you can now install it with pip or easy_install. They have also introduced Python wheel packages as their primary installation type, although you can still download the source. See PyPI for the open source downloads.
Check it out and let me know what you think!
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