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[Python-Dev] Clarify required Visual C++ compiler for binary extensions in 3.7


Thanks Victor. I noticed you write "For Python 3.7, the minimum is VS 
2017 Community, minimum installer options:" but then in the table the 
version listed is 2015 or 2017, so the minimum then probably is 2015?

Maybe it should be mentioned on this page (or a separate one) that those 
versions have to be used as well when building binary extensions for Python.

Maik

On 14/11/2018 23:20, Victor Stinner wrote:
> I maintain my own compatibility matrix:
> https://pythondev.readthedocs.io/windows.html#python-and-visual-studio-version-matrix
>
> Ned Deily asked to update the devguide from my table :-)
> https://github.com/python/devguide/issues/433
>
> Victor
> Le mer. 14 nov. 2018 ? 18:56, Maik Riechert <maik.riechert at arcor.de> a ?crit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> I just wanted to point out that the page
>> https://wiki.python.org/moin/WindowsCompilers doesn't mention Python 3.7
>> in the table. Is the compiler still Visual C++ 14.0?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Maik
>>
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