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Add conversion methods for requires-python formats #2377

merged 3 commits into from Jun 18, 2018


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if c.requires_python:
# Old specifications had people setting this to single digits
# which is effectively the same as '>=digit,<digit+1'
if len(c.requires_python) == 1 and c.requires_python.isdigit():
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The len(c.requires_python) ==1 part looks redundant to me, just isdigit() is enough. It does not matter practically, but if Python ever gets to 10.0 we probably want to support that as well.

- Handle single-digit un-specified requires-python format
- `Requires-Python: 3` should be functionally equivalent to `>=3,<4`
- Fixes #2343

Signed-off-by: Dan Ryan <>
Signed-off-by: Dan Ryan <>
@techalchemy techalchemy merged commit 9195d3a into master Jun 18, 2018
@techalchemy techalchemy deleted the 2343-requires-python branch June 18, 2018 20:09
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