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Author eryksun
Recipients Steve Barnes, eryksun, paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2017-05-07.07:21:59
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I don't see a pressing need to support a -64 architecture suffix. If you run 3.6 and get a 32-bit version, you can assume there's no 64-bit version installed and error out if you need 64-bit. That said, supporting this suffix would make the interface and error handling more consistent.

I also noticed the problem with double-digit minor versions, but that's years away. It would be an obvious problem resolved early in 3.10 development, assuming 3.10 even uses the py launcher as it exists today. I'd just kick the can on that one. Maybe add a comment noting the potential problem.
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