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[Python-Dev] windows compiler list missing 3.7 details on wiki
Yes. Visual Studio 2015 or later can be used (and as this is the only
way to get the compiler right now, I think it's fine to list that as the
requirement - note that the "Visual Studio Build Tools" installer
doesn't include the IDE itself).
Feel free to update the wiki.
On 03Nov2018 0208, Barry Scott wrote:
> On https://wiki.python.org/moin/WindowsCompilers details for 3.7 are missing.
> I'm assuming its still VC V14