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DOC: document -dev syntactic sugar #318

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@neutrinoceros neutrinoceros commented Jan 12, 2022

Description:
Add missing documentation on how to install alpha and beta releases

Related issue:
fix #177

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  • Mark if documentation changes are required.
  • Mark if tests were added or updated to cover the changes.

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@nedbat nedbat commented Jan 17, 2022

Yes please :) I thought maybe "3.11-dev" would get me the current tip of main. Oh well... :(

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@EwoutH EwoutH commented May 5, 2022

It would be nice to get this into the documentation!

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@neutrinoceros neutrinoceros commented May 5, 2022

Hi @vsafonkin and @marko-zivic-93, could anyone have a look please ?

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@vsafonkin vsafonkin commented May 6, 2022

Hi @neutrinoceros, we will take a look at this, thank you for your contribution.

@vsafonkin vsafonkin added the documentation Improvements or additions to documentation label May 6, 2022
@marko-zivic-93 marko-zivic-93 merged commit c57f793 into actions:main May 6, 2022
@neutrinoceros neutrinoceros deleted the document_dev_sugar branch May 6, 2022
@@ -150,6 +150,7 @@ Check out our detailed guide on using [Python with GitHub Actions](https://help.
- For every minor version of Python, expect only the latest patch to be preinstalled.
- If `3.8.1` is installed for example, and `3.8.2` is released, expect `3.8.1` to be removed and replaced by `3.8.2` in the tools cache.
- If the exact patch version doesn't matter to you, specifying just the major and minor version will get you the latest preinstalled patch version. In the previous example, the version spec `3.8` will use the `3.8.2` Python version found in the cache.
- Use `-dev` instead of a patch number (e.g., `3.11-dev`) to install the latest release of a minor version, *alpha and beta releases included*.
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"alpha, beta and release candidates included" ?

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Yup that would be more accurate, sorry I missed that

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