[Python-Dev] [RELEASE] Python 3.7.1rc2 and 3.6.7rc2 now available for testing
I tried to report this on bpo, but it's not letting me log in for some reason.
I ran into a problem trying to build 3.7.1-rc2 on macOS for Anaconda
Distribution. I debugged it a little so hopefully this is useful?
The error is:
checking whether float word ordering is bigendian... unknown
This happens because by default, clang on macOS still generates 'fat'
binaries so the greps introduced in
find both noonsees and seesnoon.
If we add `-arch x86_64` to our `CFLAGS` then we get a successful
build, so perhaps this should be added in the configure stuff when we
On Sat, Oct 13, 2018 at 10:51 PM Ned Deily <nad at python.org> wrote:
> Python 3.7.1rc2 and 3.6.7rc2 are now available. 3.7.1rc2 is a release
> preview of the first maintenance release of Python 3.7, the latest
> feature release of Python. 3.6.7rc2 is a release preview of the next
> maintenance release of Python 3.6, the previous feature release of
> Python. Assuming no further critical problems are found prior to
> 2018-10-20, no code changes are planned between these release
> candidates and the final releases. These release candidates are
> intended to give you the opportunity to test the new security and bug
> fixes in 3.7.1 and 3.6.7. We strongly encourage you to test your
> projects and report issues found to bugs.python.org as soon as
> possible. Please keep in mind that these are preview releases and,
> thus, their use is not recommended for production environments.
> You can find these releases and more information here:
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