[LLVMdev] Minimum Python Version
justin.holewinski at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 05:03:17 PST 2012
This is an orthogonal issue. There is nothing saying the system Python
version has to be 2.7+, just that a local version exists. Python is very
simple to build on Linux. Certainly any admin of an RHEL pre-6 cluster can
install a version somewhere.
Does the default GCC installation on RHEL 4 even build LLVM/Clang anymore,
or do you need an "experimental" package of GCC 4.1 or a local build of 4.x?
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 7:31 AM, Konstantin Tokarev <annulen at yandex.ru>wrote:
> 03.12.2012, 11:44, "Marc J. Driftmeyer" <mjd at reanimality.com>:
> > One of the most conservative distributions is Debian.
> RHEL/CentOS is more conservative. RHEL 6 ships Python 2.6.6, RHEL 5 (which
> is still widely used) ships 2.4.3
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