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Re: python-38 and py38-expat required for libreoffice?
My build - from 23rd of September, version 188.8.131.52 - uses py36-expat,
even if my PYTHON_VERSION_DEFAULT is 37 and all - py[27|36|37]-expat -
packages are present. I haven't seen yet python 38 in pkgsrc - one of
my pkgsrc trees was updated yesterday and has:
# The preferred Python version to use.
# Possible values: 27 36 37
# Default: 37
On Thu, 17 Oct 2019 at 06:41, John D. Baker <jdbaker%consolidated.net@localhost> wrote:
> I think what you're seeing is the python selection logic picking the
> highest version of python that isn't marked INCOMPATIBLE.
> So far as I know, the highest version of python that libreoffice can
> use is python36.
> If you can overcome the problem getting py38-expat to build, it will be
> interesting to see if 'libreoffice' will work with python38 and py38-*
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