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Add "minimum_runtime" option to Python target settings #119

merged 3 commits into from Mar 16, 2017


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commented Mar 14, 2017

This patch adds minimum_runtime option to Python target settings. The specified version goes to the generated install_requires list. Also the Nirum compiler now has its own minimum runtime version; see also Nirum.Targets.Python.minimumRuntime constant.

If minimum_runtime option specified by package.toml is older than compiler's minimum runtime version, or it's omitted, compiler's version is used instead.

Closes #118.

@dahlia dahlia added the typ:enhance label Mar 14, 2017

@dahlia dahlia self-assigned this Mar 14, 2017

@dahlia dahlia requested review from kanghyojun, yjroot, Kroisse, AiOO and heejongahn Mar 14, 2017

@dahlia dahlia force-pushed the dahlia:minimum-runtime branch from f3aeae8 to 6aab889 Mar 14, 2017


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commented Mar 16, 2017

Though its build on macOS have been still failing (see also #115), as I tested it on my local macOS machine, I will merge this.

@dahlia dahlia merged commit 02ef704 into nirum-lang:master Mar 16, 2017

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