[RELEASED] Python 3.5.0a4 is now available

wxjmfauth at gmail.com wxjmfauth at gmail.com
Tue Apr 21 08:29:34 CEST 2015


Le lundi 20 avril 2015 10:16:17 UTC+2, Larry Hastings a écrit :
> On behalf of the Python development community and the Python 3.5
>         release team, I'm thrilled to announce the availability of
>         Python 3.5.0a4.   Python 3.5.0a4 is the fourth and alpha release
>         of Python 3.5, which will be the next major release of Python. 
>         Python 3.5 is still under development, and is not yet complete.
> 
>         
> 
>         This is a preview release, and its use is not recommended for
>         production settings.
> 
>         
> 
>         The next release of Python 3.5 will be 3.5.0b1, the first beta
>         release.  Python 3.5 will enter "feature freeze" at this time;
>         no new features will be added to 3.5 after this point.  Python
>         3.5.0b1 is scheduled to be released May 22, 2015.
> 
>         
> 
>         Three important notes for Windows users about Python 3.5.0a4:
> 
>         
>           If you have previously installed Python 3.5.0a1, you may
>             need to manually uninstall it before installing Python
>             3.5.0a4 (issue23612).
>           If installing Python 3.5.0a4 as a non-privileged user, you
>             may need to escalate to administrator privileges to install
>             an update to your C runtime libraries.
>           There is now a third type of Windows installer for Python
>             3.5.  In addition to the conventional installer and the
>             web-based installer, Python 3.5 now has an embeddable
>             installer designed to be run as part of a larger
>             application's installer for apps using or extending Python.
> 
>           
>         
>         
> 
>         You can find Python 3.5.0a4 here:
> 
>         https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-350a4/
> 
>         
>         Happy hacking,

"European" Windows 7 boxes.
Impossible to install, does not install.
What's going on? No idea.

At least, I tried.




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