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Author Topic: Would someone like to make a python extension of the latest 3.12.1 release?  (Read 711 times)

Offline meo

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Hi guys!

If possible I would like someone that has the knowledge to make an extension of the latest Python 3.12.1 release. I tried to compile it on my Raspberry Pi 5 and all went well. After the "make" step these programs were reported missing:

dbm
gdbm.tcz
liblzma.tcz
nis (libunistring)
ncurses.tcz (dev?)
openssl-1.1.1.tcz (dev?)
readline.tcz
curses_panel
hashlib
tkinter (tk.tcz?)

I downloaded and loaded the ones found in the repo and then issued the "make test" and I got the "Result:SUCCESS". So to me it looks that it's possible. It was a very long time since I made an extension so it would take a long time to come up to speed again. So please if someone knows how to do it I would be very grateful. I've been programming a lot in python the last time and it would be awesome to test it running piCore on a Raspberry Pi 5.

Kind Greetings,
meo


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Offline Paul_123

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It can surely be done, but we don’t like to update versions from within a release.  piCore14 uses python3.11. 

Why won’t 3.11 work for you?

Offline meo

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Hi Paul_123!

I understand and I have already used the current python version and it will work for me. So thanks for a good work on Tiny Core! I'm amazed how good piCore works on Raspberry Pi 5! That's really something.

Kind Greetings,
meo
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Offline meo

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PS This thread can be closed now DS

// meo
"All that is very well," answered Candide, "but let us cultivate our garden." - Francois-Marie Arouet Voltaire