On 11.8.2016 11:26, Miro Hrončok wrote:
As a follow up of our Flock discussion, I will build several Python
versions in Copr, for development purposes (such as testing your code
with tox on multiple Python versions).
Those builds will be installable alongside regular python3/python
packages and will be normal packages, no software collections etc. One
flat package (i.e. no -libs, -devel...) with bundled setuptools and pip.
First I've built Python 3.5 for Fedora 23, you can grab it here .
If you try to use tox with it, you'll have to use Python 3 version
(python3-tox is the package and unfortunately also the command), due to
a bug in virtualenv .
I would appreciate any feedback on the build, so I can build python34
package for Fedora 24+ in similar manner soon.
Also python33 and python26 are planned.
If those builds prove themselves useful I'll try to put them in Fedora
(with a strict guideline that forbids any other package to depend on them).
You can now also test Python 3.4 for Fedora 24 and 25.
There is one remaining issue, but it should not block you form using the
Let me know how it works for you.