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Author josh.r
Recipients josh.r, vlee
Date 2015-02-07.02:51:31
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To answer your question: Since asdl uses set literals (introduced in 2.7 and 3.0), that appears to put an effective minimum version requirement of 2.7 to build 3.5. Whether that was the intent is unclear (they were changing a lot of places from set([a, b, c]) to {a, b, c}; causing problems building Python was probably not the intent, but 2.6 is well out of support at this point).
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