On Tue, Jul 30, 2019 at 7:30 PM Huji Lee <email@example.com> wrote:
> Good catch! It seems like we have 3.5.3 on Toolforge. Being a light user of pip, I have no clue how to force installation of an earlier version of the python module. Any advice on that?
You can use `pip install <package_name>==<version>` to install an
exact version. See
for a bit more detail.
Your particular problem sounds like a bug in the upstream packaging as
well. The version of the library that requires f-strings should have
been marked as requiring Python >= 3.6 in pypi. That would have let
pip figure out that it needed to install a different version of the
library for the Python 3.5 runtime.
I would like to get support for Python 3.7 added to the Toolforge
Kubernetes environment "soon". It should be relatively easy once we
have a Debian Buster base container to extend.
Bryan Davis Technical Engagement Wikimedia Foundation
Principal Software Engineer Boise, ID USA
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