Python 3.10 beta in Fedora Linux

The Python developers have already released three beta versions of Python 3.10.0. You can try the latest one in Fedora Linux today Test your Python code with 3.10 early to be ready for the final 3.10.0 release in October.

If you run Fedora Linux you can install Python 3.10 from the official software repository withnbspdnf.

You might need to enable thenbspupdates-testingnbsprepository to get the very latest pre-release.

As more betas and release candidates will be released the Fedora package will receive updates. No need to compile your own development version of Python just install it and have it up to date. The Python developers will add no new features starting with the first beta you can already enjoy all the new things.

Run thepython3.10command to use Python 3.10 or create virtual environments with thebuiltinvenvmodule toxor withpipenvandpoetry. Here8217s an example using tox.

If you find a problem with Python 3.10 on Fedora Linux please do file bug reports at Fedora8217s bugzilla or in the Python8217s issue tracker. If you aren8217t sure if it is a problem in Python you can contact the Fedora8217s Python maintainers directly via email or IRC.

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