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Devs have noted issues when trying to use the FuelSDK with Python 3 available in PyPI. One user mentions he works around this by developing against the code locally. How have others worked around this issue?

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Good timing, the version 1.0.0 was released 4 days back and seems to have resolved some of the issues you pointed out. You need to be using Suds-jurko 0.6

I can confirm most of the basic FuelSDK operations seem to be working okay with Python 3.x

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