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Sarah_H_
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Python 3.7?

 

I need to start on a new, probably long-term project and was wondering if Intel is starting to, or has, fold/ed Python 3.7 into their distribution. There are some features in 3.7 I would very much like to take advantage of.

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Rohit_J_Intel
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Hi Sarah,
 
We don't ship CPython-3.7 with our distribution yet, but we would be adding it to our distribution soon. From CPython's release schedule (https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0537/#id5), CPython-3.7 wouldn't have a stable release till 06/15/2018 though.
 
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Rohit
Changsheng_W_
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Rohit J. (Intel) wrote:

Hi Sarah,

 

We don't ship CPython-3.7 with our distribution yet, but we would be adding it to our distribution soon. From CPython's release schedule (https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0537/#id5), CPython-3.7 wouldn't have a stable release till 06/15/2018 though.

 

Thanks,

Rohit

 

Hi Rohit, it's Fall 2018. :)

Timothy_M_2
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Hello,

Looking for 3.7 support as well.

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