Python talk Wed: Guido: Optional Static Typing for Python
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Tue Jun 12 06:03:36 UTC 2018
> Nothing but the last LTS of Fedora still fails to support Python 3.
Fedora doesn't have LTS. They have the current release which comes out
roughly every 6 months, and support the previous release. There is usually a
month or so of overlap after a release when they support the one before the
Python 3 is not part of the official distribution for CentOS. It's available
via EPEL. I'm not sure about older versions.
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