Re: List of Supported Python versions
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Thanks for the link.
If I want to use different(updated) version of a particular function, e.g. Python, Is is possible?
As per link Jethro is supporting Python version 2.7.9. I want to integrate Python version 2.7.16 and Python3 3.7.
So, Do I need to use another branch which is supporting these versions or Is there any way to integrate these versions without changing current(Jethro) branch?
In my case, I have limitation. Can't change to any other branch.
I want to integrate Python3-Numpy, Python3-OpenCV, Python-Scipy and Python3-scipy modules in the build.
Python3-Scipy is dependent on Python3-Numpy and Python3-Numpy is dependent on OpenBLAS, ATLAS and few other libraries. While these libraries are dependent on FORTRAN (libgfortran) compiler. Now, in my current (Jethro) branch, when I am trying to build libgfortran, it requires GCC version >=5. And, facing so many errors while building GCC 5.2 in the Yocto build. While GCC 5.2.0 is already supported in the Jethro.
How can I integrate Python3-Numpy, Python-Scipy, Python3-Scipy and Python3-OpenCV packages without changing the branch?
What is the simplest way to integrate above packages?
On 18-07-2019 12:24 PM, Maciej Pijanowski wrote:
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