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Python stopped installing packages

according to only supports
3.4 and 3.5

On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 4:52 PM Hamish Allen <101929.ha at> wrote:

> Hi,
> Recently I?ve been trying to code a Discord bot in Python 3.6.2, then I
> realised that some features of were only available in Python
> 3.7+ (as seen here on the right near the top
>, so I downloaded 3.7.2.
> After correctly changing the environmental variables to have Python 3.7.2
> before Python 3.6.2, I tried installing (for installing I was using cmd
> ?pip install, I?m not aware of any other way to install
> packages) onto Python 3.7.2, but after a few seconds there would
> be a whole page of red error text (attached), then it would say
> successfully installed. I tried importing it in code, but it would return
> errors implying it was incorrectly installed. I asked one of my friends for
> some help. He suggested uninstalling Python 3.6.2 and 3.7.2 and
> reinstalling Python 3.7.2. I thought this was a pretty good idea so I did
> it. still refuses to be installed. I tried installing some of
> the packages I had in 3.6.2, but they had the same sort of problem. I?ve
> tried running the installer to repair the files, but that didn?t work. I
> would appreciate if you could help me. I got from here:
> I?ve tried the 3 commands in the
> Installing section and I?ve tried pip install
> Thanks,
> Hamish
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