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Branch: pkgsrc-2017Q1, Version: 3.6.0nb3, Package name: python36-3.6.0nb3, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented
programming language that combines remarkable power with
very clear syntax. For an introduction to programming in
Python you are referred to the Python Tutorial. The
Python Library Reference documents built-in and standard
types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics
of the core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules
written in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be
dynamically loaded. Python is also adaptable as an exten-
sion language for existing applications. See the internal
documentation for hints.

This package provides Python version 3.6.x.

Required to run:

Required to build:
[devel/readline] [pkgtools/cwrappers]

Package options: x11

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SHA1: 18ebf7d726782967d967dc00e3aa08b334fbdd5c
RMD160: 984a38d1eec379ac8921479a86259ca0161734af
Filesize: 16411.949 KB

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   2017-06-04 11:49:51 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Pullup ticket #5469 - requested by he
lang/python36: macppc build fix

Revisions pulled up:
- lang/python36/Makefile                                        1.7
- lang/python36/distinfo                                        1.10
- lang/python36/patches/patch-configure                         1.7

   Module Name:	pkgsrc
   Committed By:	he
   Date:		Mon May 29 23:06:45 UTC 2017

   Modified Files:
   	pkgsrc/lang/python36: Makefile distinfo
   	pkgsrc/lang/python36/patches: patch-configure

   Log message:
   Fix a build issue observed on NetBSD/macppc, in that alloca() is left
   as an unresolved undefined symbol, causing the install to fail due to
   PLIST issues.  Change from -std=c99 to -std=gnu99 to work around this
   problem, based on hint from joerg@.