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Author mcepl
Recipients Arfrever, David.Edelsohn, christian.heimes, cstratak, glaubitz, lukasz.langa, mcepl, vstinner
Date 2021-02-18.18:41:13
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> Do you actually know someone who is actively interested in the usecase of building a 32 bit python on an s390x system? Or do you know someone who owns an s390 system?

Well, yes, I have just got it confirmed from our PM, SUSE has living and breathing (and what’s even more interesting, paying) clients using SLE-12 on s390 (i.e., s390x kernel with 32bit libraries). Of course, it doesn’t mean they are eager to run Python 3.10 in such configuration (how do you call such package? python3a so that “python3a” > “python39”?), we will have to evaluate with them what are their plans in the post-36 world with the modern Python there.
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