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different version for windows and linux in one package #3061

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yili1992 opened this Issue Oct 18, 2018 · 1 comment

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yili1992 commented Oct 18, 2018

AVOID POSTING ISSUES UNDER THIS CATEGORY.
I want configurate one package in windows platform to install version==3.1.13 , in linux platform to install version==3.1.12


Please run $ pipenv --support, and paste the results here. Don't put backticks (`) around it! The output already contains Markdown formatting.

If you're on macOS, run the following:

$ pipenv --support | pbcopy

If you're on Windows, run the following:

> pipenv --support | clip

If you're on Linux, run the following:

$ pipenv --support | xclip
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uranusjr commented Oct 18, 2018

  1. This is essentially the same problem as #2171. (And you know this.)
  2. I have proposed a workaround.
  3. There is not much interest between core developers to implement native support.
  4. We do not exclude the possibility, but someone needs to take charge, design a syntax that makes sense, and implement it. E.g. you?

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