Perhaps investigate why your software is dependent on specific versions - its usually a bad thing.
Code: Select all
sudo apt install python3-pip sudo pip3 install uncompyle6
I have no idea if there are any difficulties building Python. I think the 'have' is just an indication that 7 or 8 commands is more work than using the installed Python, i.e. none. And, like building and using almost anything there may well be reasons it fails to build that you might have to figure out.picandies wrote: ↑Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:51 pmThe pyc files sent out need to work with python 3.7.x ..The source code files are not to be sent.
I will try the link...is building it something bad (you will have to build it)? Unless I'm overlooking something, It's just entering 7 or 8 commands into the rpi, rather than one command, to do the upgrade.
No need to be obnoxious. I read it as “The source code files are not to be sent [to me].”
Not true, the .exe file can be unpacked and the embedded byte codes decompiled: