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Fix Python3.7 compatibility issue #1042

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Fix Python3.7 compatibility issue #1042

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@nyanye nyanye commented May 12, 2018

passing "async" argument can make invalid argument error on python 3.7
#1017 async invalid syntax #1017

nyanye and others added 2 commits May 12, 2018
passing "async" argument can make invalid argument error on python 3.7
passing "async" argument can make invalid argument error on python 3.7
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@joshthecoder joshthecoder commented Jun 2, 2018

Looks good thanks :)

@joshthecoder joshthecoder merged commit 18dad6f into tweepy:master Jun 2, 2018
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@alexott alexott commented Jul 2, 2018

Can we get a release with this bug fix?

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@shuuji3 shuuji3 commented Aug 4, 2018

For those who need to use Tweepy in Python3.7 immediately, here is a workaround:

$ pip install git+https://github.com/tweepy/tweepy

This command will install the GitHub's latest version (as v3.6.0) instead of PyPI's v3.6.0.

ref. VCS Support ― pip install — pip 18.0 documentation

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@ilf ilf commented Oct 6, 2018

Python 3.7 has been out for more than three months now, so have the initial patches here. Is there anything we can do to help get out a tweepy release that works with current Python? Thanks!

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@denyramandaa denyramandaa commented Nov 2, 2018

Thank you! it's helped me!

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@hugovk hugovk commented Nov 28, 2018

There is now a Tweepy release supporting Python 3.7.

Thank you, @joshthecoder!

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