On another note, I have always been frustrated as to why cURL has never been ported up to 2.7 (at the very least). It makes CentOS kinda useless for any meaningful Python development in cloud applications and/or web. I mean, Docker is my new addiction so using Alpine or IBM Clear images renders that moot, but for non-Docker folks, does anybody know the story behind porting cURL to 2.7? I figure if Dropbox can upgrade their entire infrastructure from Python 2 to Python 3, perhaps a linux package manager can go up one version within the same Python distro? Just curious.
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