I don’t know. I’m having this problems when other’s code use python (Like gobject-introspection), and may or may not work with python further than 2.7.
But in any case, “move to x64” and/or “move to N-further version” doesnt solve userland issues for a newcomer developer You can have a kernel-land implementation going ok-ish, and a userland going ok-ish, but shouldnt both.
Following the DIY principles here, I made the recipe changes to have a x86 version of python2, let’s see if that keeps the wheels moving, it doesnt work or something else happens.
On any case, the packages depending on gcc2 version of python are like… 8. Shouldnt take so much time (dev or tools time)to migrate them to gcc7.
Epoll native version calling to be present, so libuv works “as is”.
Required by almost all X11 calls on cairo and gtk, unless you disable shm modules manually. Broadway implementation solves this opening fdescriptors and using mmap.