cfbolz changed the topic of #pypy to: #pypy PyPy, the flexible snake | IRC logs: and | the pypy angle is to shrug and copy the implementation of CPython as closely as possible, and staying out of design decisions
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<LarstiQ> hexology: I have never heard Finnish kids say that at least
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<mattip> v7.3.12 is out, blog post pushed, updating/updated, downloads available, updating/updated
<mattip> Alex_Gaynor ^^^
<LarstiQ> \o/
<cfbolz> mattip: wonderful, thank you :-)
<mattip> the versions.json on the downloads site seems to have percolated out
<mattip> so anyone using github action's setup-python should be able to get the new versions
<mattip> according to the scientific python "supported versions" recommendations,
<mattip> python3.9 support will be dropped in Oct 2023,
<mattip> python3.10 in Oct 2024
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<mattip> conda-forge will probably adopt that schedule too, maybe with a bit of lag
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<Alex_Gaynor> mattip: Cool, I've sent to add it to manylinux
<mattip> thanks
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<hexology> LarstiQ: it's the young people who are very "online", there used to be an emote on the streaming site Twitch called "PogChamp":
<hexology> mattip: congrats on the release!
<hexology> does v7.3.12 natively support m1 macs / arm64?
<hexology> or should we still expect to run on rosetta for now?
<mattip> we have had native support for a while now
<mattip> since v7.3.10 in Dec
<mattip> actually it works really well, building PyPy3.9 on a M2 pro laptop takes less than 10 minutes
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<hexology> mattip: ah ok. i think pyenv was missing that one for a long time
<hexology> did the build process change at all? if not, maybe i can bump the version in macports if someone hasn't already
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