Python 3.5 Planned For Fedora 24
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 29 September 2015 at 09:25 AM EDT. 3 Comments
Python 3.5 was released earlier this month with new functionality. Unfortunately, Python 3.5 is too late for Fedora 23 but is being planned for Fedora 24.

Fedora 23 has Python 3.4 while Fedora 24 in early 2016 should present Python 3.5. Python 3.5 has major features including a new matrix multiplication operator, a new way for loading extension modules, coroutines with async and await syntax, and many other language additions.

Per this Fedora change page, the plan is to land Python 3.5 for Fedora 24 and listed there are all of the details.
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