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# ==================
# Top-level metadata
# ==================

%global pybasever 3.6

# pybasever without the dot:
%global pyshortver 36

Name: python%{pybasever}
Summary: Version %{pybasever} of the Python interpreter

#  WARNING  When rebasing to a new Python version,
#           remember to update the python3-docs package as well
%global general_version %{pybasever}.15
#global prerel ...
%global upstream_version %{general_version}%{?prerel}
Version: %{general_version}%{?prerel:~%{prerel}}
Release: 2%{?dist}
License: Python

# ==================================
# Conditionals controlling the build
# ==================================

# Note that the bcond macros are named for the CLI option they create.
# "%%bcond_without" means "ENABLE by default and create a --without option"

# Flat package, i.e. python36, python37, python38 for tox etc.
# warning: changes some other defaults
# in Fedora, never turn this on for the python3 package
# and always keep it on for python36 etc.
# WARNING: This does not change the package name and summary above
%bcond_without flatpackage

# Whether to use RPM build wheels from the python-{pip,setuptools}-wheel package
# Uses upstream bundled prebuilt wheels otherwise
%bcond_without rpmwheels

# Expensive optimizations (mainly, profile-guided optimizations)
%ifarch %{ix86} x86_64
%bcond_without optimizations
# On some architectures, the optimized build takes tens of hours, possibly
# longer than Koji's 24-hour timeout. Disable optimizations here.
%bcond_with optimizations

# Run the test suite in %%check
%bcond_without tests

# Extra build for debugging the interpreter or C-API extensions
# (the -debug subpackages)
%if %{with flatpackage}
%bcond_with debug_build
%bcond_without debug_build

# Support for the GDB debugger
%bcond_without gdb_hooks

# The dbm.gnu module (key-value database)
%bcond_without gdbm

# Main interpreter loop optimization
%bcond_without computed_gotos

# Support for the Valgrind debugger/profiler
%ifarch %{valgrind_arches}
%bcond_without valgrind
%bcond_with valgrind

# For a very long time we have converted "upstream architecture names" to "Fedora names".
# This made sense at the time, see
# However, with manylinux wheels popularity growth, this is now a problem.
# Wheels built on a Linux that doesn't do this were not compatible with ours and vice versa.
# We now have a compatibility layer to workaround a problem,
# but we also no longer use the legacy arch names in Fedora 34+.
# This bcond controls the behavior. The defaults should be good for anybody.
%if 0%{?fedora} >= 34 || 0%{?rhel} >= 9
%bcond_with legacy_archnames
%bcond_without legacy_archnames

# ==================================
# Notes from bootstraping Python 3.6
# ==================================
# New Python major version (3.X) break ABI and bytecode compatibility,
# so all packages depending on it need to be rebuilt.
# Due to a dependency cycle between Python, gdb, rpm, pip, setuptools, wheel,
# and other packages, this isn't straightforward.
# Build in the following order:
# 1. At the same time:
#     - gdb without python support (add %%global _without_python 1 on top of
#       gdb's SPEC file)
#     - python-rpm-generators
#       (this can be done also during step 2., but should be done before 3.)
# 2. python3 without rewheel (use %%bcond_with rewheel instead of
#     %%bcond_without)
# 3. gdb with python support (remove %%global _without_python 1 on top of
#    gdb's SPEC file)
# 4. rpm
# 5. python-setuptools with bootstrap set to 1
# 6. python-pip with build_wheel set to 0
# 7. python-wheel with %%bcond_without bootstrap
# 8. python-setuptools with bootstrap set to 0 and also with_check set to 0
# 9. python-pip with build_wheel set to 1
# 10. pyparsing
# 11. python3 with rewheel
# Then the most important packages have to be built, in dependency order.
# These were:
#   python-sphinx, pytest, python-requests, cloud-init, dnf, anaconda, abrt
# After these have been built, a targeted rebuild should be done for the rest.

# =====================
# General global macros
# =====================

%global pylibdir %{_libdir}/python%{pybasever}
%global dynload_dir %{pylibdir}/lib-dynload

# ABIFLAGS, LDVERSION and SOABI are in the upstream
# See PEP 3149 for some background:
%global ABIFLAGS_optimized m
%global ABIFLAGS_debug     dm

%global LDVERSION_optimized %{pybasever}%{ABIFLAGS_optimized}
%global LDVERSION_debug     %{pybasever}%{ABIFLAGS_debug}

# When we use the upstream arch triplets, we convert them from the legacy ones
# This is reversed in prep when %%with legacy_archnames, so we keep both macros
%global platform_triplet_legacy %{_arch}-linux%{_gnu}
%global platform_triplet_upstream %{expand:%(echo %{platform_triplet_legacy} | sed -E \\
    -e 's/^arm(eb)?-linux-gnueabi$/arm\\1-linux-gnueabihf/' \\
    -e 's/^mips64(el)?-linux-gnu$/mips64\\1-linux-gnuabi64/' \\
    -e 's/^ppc(64)?(le)?-linux-gnu$/powerpc\\1\\2-linux-gnu/')}
%if %{with legacy_archnames}
%global platform_triplet %{platform_triplet_legacy}
%global platform_triplet %{platform_triplet_upstream}

%global SOABI_optimized cpython-%{pyshortver}%{ABIFLAGS_optimized}-%{platform_triplet}
%global SOABI_debug     cpython-%{pyshortver}%{ABIFLAGS_debug}-%{platform_triplet}

# All bytecode files are in a __pycache__ subdirectory, with a name
# reflecting the version of the bytecode.
# See PEP 3147:
# For example,
#   foo/
# has bytecode at:
#   foo/__pycache__/bar.cpython-%%{pyshortver}.pyc
#   foo/__pycache__/bar.cpython-%%{pyshortver}.opt-1.pyc
#   foo/__pycache__/bar.cpython-%%{pyshortver}.opt-2.pyc
%global bytecode_suffixes .cpython-%{pyshortver}*.pyc

# libmpdec (mpdecimal package in Fedora) is tightly coupled with the
# decimal module. We keep it bundled as to avoid incompatibilities
# with the packaged version.
# The version information can be found at Modules/_decimal/libmpdec/mpdecimal.h
# defined as MPD_VERSION.
%global libmpdec_version 2.4.2

# Python's configure script defines SOVERSION, and this is used in the Makefile
# to determine INSTSONAME, the name of the libpython DSO:
#   LDLIBRARY='libpython$(VERSION).so'
# We mirror this here in order to make it easier to add the hooks.
# (if these get out of sync, the payload of the libs subpackage will fail
# and halt the build)
%global py_SOVERSION 1.0
%global py_INSTSONAME_optimized libpython%{LDVERSION_optimized}.so.%{py_SOVERSION}
%global py_INSTSONAME_debug     libpython%{LDVERSION_debug}.so.%{py_SOVERSION}

# Disable automatic bytecompilation. The python3 binary is not yet be
# available in /usr/bin when Python is built. Also, the bytecompilation fails
# on files that test invalid syntax.
%undefine py_auto_byte_compile

# For multilib support, files that are different between 32- and 64-bit arches
# need different filenames. Use "64" or "32" according to the word size.
# Currently, the best way to determine an architecture's word size happens to
# be checking %%{_lib}.
%if "%{_lib}" == "lib64"
%global wordsize 64
%global wordsize 32

# =======================
# Build-time requirements
# =======================

# (keep this list alphabetized)

BuildRequires: autoconf
BuildRequires: bluez-libs-devel
BuildRequires: bzip2
BuildRequires: bzip2-devel
BuildRequires: desktop-file-utils
BuildRequires: expat-devel

BuildRequires: findutils
BuildRequires: gcc-c++
%if %{with gdbm}
BuildRequires: gdbm-devel
BuildRequires: git-core
BuildRequires: glibc-all-langpacks
BuildRequires: glibc-devel
BuildRequires: gmp-devel
BuildRequires: gnupg2
BuildRequires: libappstream-glib
BuildRequires: libffi-devel
BuildRequires: libnsl2-devel
BuildRequires: libtirpc-devel
BuildRequires: libGL-devel
BuildRequires: libX11-devel
BuildRequires: make
BuildRequires: ncurses-devel

BuildRequires: pkgconfig
BuildRequires: readline-devel
BuildRequires: redhat-rpm-config >= 127
BuildRequires: sqlite-devel
BuildRequires: gdb

BuildRequires: openssl1.1-devel

BuildRequires: tar
BuildRequires: tcl-devel
BuildRequires: tix-devel
BuildRequires: tk-devel

%if %{with valgrind}
BuildRequires: valgrind-devel

BuildRequires: xz-devel
BuildRequires: zlib-devel

BuildRequires: /usr/bin/dtrace

# workaround (test_uuid requires ifconfig)
BuildRequires: /usr/sbin/ifconfig

%if %{with rpmwheels}
BuildRequires: python-setuptools-wheel
BuildRequires: python-pip-wheel

# =======================
# Source code and patches
# =======================

Source0: %{url}ftp/python/%{general_version}/Python-%{upstream_version}.tar.xz
Source1: %{url}ftp/python/%{general_version}/Python-%{upstream_version}.tar.xz.asc
Source2: %{url}static/files/pubkeys.txt

# A simple script to check timestamps of bytecode files
# Run in check section with Python that is currently being built
# Originally written by bkabrda

# Desktop menu entry for idle3
Source10: idle3.desktop

# AppData file for idle3
Source11: idle3.appdata.xml

# (Patches taken from

# 00001 # d06a8853cf4bae9e115f45e1d531d2dc152c5cc8
# Fixup distutils/ to remove standard library path from rpath
# Was Patch0 in ivazquez' python3000 specfile
Patch1: 00001-rpath.patch

# 00102 # 4a773a6f1c51615333cbae27982904a312777223
# Change the various install paths to use /usr/lib64/ instead or /usr/lib/
# Only used when "%%{_lib}" == "lib64".
Patch102: 00102-lib64.patch

# 00111 # f07cfb42e1868a3bba0890edf4a72beaeeae370c
# Don't try to build a libpythonMAJOR.MINOR.a
# Downstream only: not appropriate for upstream.
# See
Patch111: 00111-no-static-lib.patch

# 00132 # 75c270b8641ddff06c0edf7be7cc444e6debb6d7
# Add rpmbuild hooks to unittest
# Add non-standard hooks to unittest for use in the "check" phase, when
# running selftests within the build:
#   @unittest._skipInRpmBuild(reason)
# for tests that hang or fail intermittently within the build environment, and:
#   @unittest._expectedFailureInRpmBuild
# for tests that always fail within the build environment
# The hooks only take effect if WITHIN_PYTHON_RPM_BUILD is set in the
# environment, which we set manually in the appropriate portion of the "check"
# phase below (and which potentially other python-* rpms could set, to reuse
# these unittest hooks in their own "check" phases)
Patch132: 00132-add-rpmbuild-hooks-to-unittest.patch

# 00155 # 0ef7ae83073c1bbe610d4678ed56ae775fd6e174
# avoid allocating thunks in ctypes unless absolutely necessary
# Avoid allocating thunks in ctypes unless absolutely necessary, to avoid
# generating SELinux denials on "import ctypes" and "import uuid" when
# embedding Python within httpd
# See
Patch155: 00155-avoid-ctypes-thunks.patch

# 00160 # f69288aba24c43c506c3e90e2aa658e436e76e72
# Disable test_fs_holes in RPM build
# Python 3.3 added os.SEEK_DATA and os.SEEK_HOLE, which may be present in the
# header files in the build chroot, but may not be supported in the running
# kernel, hence we disable this test in an rpm build.
# Adding these was upstream issue
Patch160: 00160-disable-test_fs_holes-in-rpm-build.patch

# 00163 # 88e26259f7da12e17adb936815aa421d84c69f09
# Disable parts of test_socket in RPM build
# Some tests within test_socket fail intermittently when run inside Koji;
# disable them using unittest._skipInRpmBuild
Patch163: 00163-disable-parts-of-test_socket-in-rpm-build.patch

# 00170 # 5a71e038b7511727657466d7796cf9c11c67334a
# In debug builds, try to print repr() when a C-level assert fails
# In debug builds, try to print repr() when a C-level assert fails in the
# garbage collector (typically indicating a reference-counting error
# somewhere else e.g in an extension module)
# The new macros/functions within gcmodule.c are hidden to avoid exposing
# them within the extension API.
# Sent upstream:
# See
Patch170: 00170-gc-assertions.patch

# 00189 # dd3bacdeb7a9c0c99ab78229d3f1aa4c9761efb4
# Instead of bundled wheels, use our RPM packaged wheels
# We keep them in /usr/share/python-wheels
Patch189: 00189-use-rpm-wheels.patch
# The following versions of setuptools/pip are bundled when this patch is not applied.
# The versions are written in Lib/ensurepip/, this patch removes them.
# When the bundled setuptools/pip wheel is updated, the patch no longer applies cleanly.
# In such cases, the patch needs to be amended and the versions updated here:
%global pip_version 18.1
%global setuptools_version 40.6.2

# 00251 # 2eabd04356402d488060bc8fe316ad13fc8a3356
# Change user install location
# Set values of prefix and exec_prefix in distutils install command
# to /usr/local if executable is /usr/bin/python* and RPM build
# is not detected to make pip and distutils install into separate location.
# Fedora Change:
Patch251: 00251-change-user-install-location.patch

# 00262 # eb17e4d0defe4a58be25df5128fda6eab53acbbb
# PEP538 - Coerce legacy C locale
# Backport of PEP 538: Coercing the legacy C locale to a UTF-8 based locale
# Fedora Change:
# Original proposal:
Patch262: 00262-pep538_coerce_legacy_c_locale.patch

# 00292 # 7bee9c57be78ac9bb512ddc08b1f73271c494e4d
# Restore PyExc_RecursionErrorInst symbol
# Restore the public PyExc_RecursionErrorInst symbol that was removed
# from the 3.6.4 release upstream.
# Reported upstream:
Patch292: 00292-restore-PyExc_RecursionErrorInst-symbol.patch

# 00294 # dddeb1c65cb86057d5c44be91e7965e5681c87e0
# Define TLS cipher suite on build time
# Define TLS cipher suite on build time depending
# on the OpenSSL default cipher suite selection.
# Fixed upstream on CPython's 3.7 branch:
# See also:
Patch294: 00294-define-TLS-cipher-suite-on-build-time.patch

# 00343 # c758d1d3051b80314a533a8a42244beb4670141e
# Fix test_faulthandler on GCC 10
# bpo-21131: Fix faulthandler.register(chain=True) stack (GH-15276)
Patch343: 00343-faulthandler-gcc10.patch

# 00353 # ab4cc97b643cfe99f567e3a03e5617b507183771
# Original names for architectures with different names downstream
# Pythons in RHEL/Fedora used different names for some architectures
# than upstream and other distros (for example ppc64 vs. powerpc64).
# This was patched in patch 274, now it is sedded if %%with legacy_archnames.
# That meant that an extension built with the default upstream settings
# (on other distro or as an manylinux wheel) could not been found by Python
# on RHEL/Fedora because it had a different suffix.
# This patch adds the legacy names to importlib so Python is able
# to import extensions with a legacy architecture name in its
# file name.
# It work both ways, so it support both %%with and %%without legacy_archnames.
# WARNING: This patch has no effect on Python built with bootstrap
# enabled because Python/importlib_external.h is not regenerated
# and therefore Python during bootstrap contains importlib from
# upstream without this feature. It's possible to include
# Python/importlib_external.h to this patch but it'd make rebasing
# a nightmare because it's basically a binary file.
Patch353: 00353-architecture-names-upstream-downstream.patch

# 00358 # cd155152db2f3f64831ecc5bd174a72c3bac401f
# align allocations and PyGC_Head to 16 bytes on 64-bit platforms
# Upstream bug:
# Fixes:
# Combination of two upstream commits:
# - 1b85f4ec45a5d63188ee3866bd55eb29fdec7fbf
# - 8766cb74e186d3820db0a855ccd780d6d84461f7
Patch358: 00358-align-allocations-and-pygc_head-to-16-bytes-on-64-bit-platforms.patch

# (New patches go here ^^^)
# When adding new patches to "python" and "python3" in Fedora, EL, etc.,
# please try to keep the patch numbers in-sync between all specfiles.
# More information, and a patch number catalog, is at:

# ==========================================
# Descriptions, and metadata for subpackages
# ==========================================

# Provide and obsolete the old python3X name
Provides:  python%{pyshortver} = %{version}-%{release}
Obsoletes: python%{pyshortver} < %{version}-%{release}

%if %{without flatpackage}

# Packages with Python modules in standard locations automatically
# depend on python(abi). Provide that here.
Provides: python(abi) = %{pybasever}

Requires: %{name}-libs%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}

# In order to support multiple Python interpreters for development purposes,
# packages with the naming scheme flatpackage (e.g. python35) exist for
# non-default versions of Python 3.
# For consistency, and to keep the upgrade path clean, we Provide/Obsolete
# these names here.
Provides: python%{pyshortver} = %{version}-%{release}
# Note that using Obsoletes without package version is not standard practice.
# Here we assert that *any* version of the system's default interpreter is
# preferable to an "extra" interpreter. For example, python3-3.6.1 will
# replace python36-3.6.2.
Obsoletes: python%{pyshortver}

# Shall be removed in Fedora 31
# The release is bumped to 20, so we can do f27 platform-python updates
# If the release in f27 ever goes >= 20, raise it here
# If platform-python is ever reintroduced, make it higher version than this:
%global platpyver 3.6.2-20
Obsoletes: platform-python < %{platpyver}

# Previously, this was required for our rewheel patch to work.
# This is technically no longer needed, but we keep it recommended
# for the developer experience.
Recommends: python3-setuptools
Recommends: python3-pip

# This prevents ALL subpackages built from this spec to require
# /usr/bin/python3*. Granularity per subpackage is impossible.
# It's intended for the libs package not to drag in the interpreter, see
# All others require %%{name} anyway.
%global __requires_exclude ^/usr/bin/python3

# The description used both for the SRPM and the main `python3` subpackage:
Python is an accessible, high-level, dynamically typed, interpreted programming
language, designed with an emphasis on code readability.
It includes an extensive standard library, and has a vast ecosystem of
third-party libraries.

The %{name} package provides the "python3" executable: the reference
interpreter for the Python language, version 3.
The majority of its standard library is provided in the %{name}-libs package,
which should be installed automatically along with %{name}.
The remaining parts of the Python standard library are broken out into the
%{name}-tkinter and %{name}-test packages, which may need to be installed

Documentation for Python is provided in the %{name}-docs package.

Packages containing additional libraries for Python are generally named with
the "%{name}-" prefix.

%package libs
Summary:        Python runtime libraries

%if %{with rpmwheels}
Requires: python-setuptools-wheel
Requires: python-pip-wheel
Provides: bundled(python3dist(pip)) = %{pip_version}
Provides: bundled(python3dist(setuptools)) = %{setuptools_version}

# Provides for the bundled libmpdec
Provides: bundled(mpdecimal) = %{libmpdec_version}
Provides: bundled(libmpdec) = %{libmpdec_version}

# There are files in the standard library that have python shebang.
# We've filtered the automatic requirement out so libs are installable without
# the main package. This however makes it pulled in by default.
# See
Recommends: %{name}%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}

# Shall be removed in Fedora 31
Obsoletes: platform-python-libs < %{platpyver}
Obsoletes: platform-python-libs-devel < %{platpyver}

%description libs
This package contains runtime libraries for use by Python:
- the majority of the Python standard library
- a dynamically linked library for use by applications that embed Python as
  a scripting language, and by the main "python3" executable

%package devel
Summary: Libraries and header files needed for Python development
Requires: %{name} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-libs%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
BuildRequires: python-rpm-macros
Requires: python-rpm-macros
Requires: python3-rpm-macros
Requires: python3-rpm-generators

Provides: %{name}-2to3 = %{version}-%{release}
Provides: 2to3 = %{version}-%{release}

Conflicts: %{name} < %{version}-%{release}

# Shall be removed in Fedora 31
Obsoletes: platform-python-devel < %{platpyver}

%description devel
This package contains the header files and configuration needed to compile
Python extension modules (typically written in C or C++), to embed Python
into other programs, and to make binary distributions for Python libraries.

It also contains the necessary macros to build RPM packages with Python modules
and 2to3 tool, an automatic source converter from Python 2.X.

%package idle
Summary: A basic graphical development environment for Python
Requires: %{name} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-tkinter = %{version}-%{release}

Provides: idle3 = %{version}-%{release}

Provides: %{name}-tools = %{version}-%{release}
Provides: %{name}-tools%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
Obsoletes: %{name}-tools < %{version}-%{release}

# Shall be removed in Fedora 31
Obsoletes: platform-python-tools < %{platpyver}

%description idle
IDLE is Python’s Integrated Development and Learning Environment.

IDLE has the following features: Python shell window (interactive
interpreter) with colorizing of code input, output, and error messages;
multi-window text editor with multiple undo, Python colorizing,
smart indent, call tips, auto completion, and other features;
search within any window, replace within editor windows, and
search through multiple files (grep); debugger with persistent
breakpoints, stepping, and viewing of global and local namespaces;
configuration, browsers, and other dialogs.

%package tkinter
Summary: A GUI toolkit for Python
Requires: %{name} = %{version}-%{release}

# Shall be removed in Fedora 31
Obsoletes: platform-python-tkinter < %{platpyver}

%description tkinter
The Tkinter (Tk interface) library is a graphical user interface toolkit for
the Python programming language.

%package test
Summary: The self-test suite for the main python3 package
Requires: %{name} = %{version}-%{release}

# Shall be removed in Fedora 31
Obsoletes: platform-python-test < %{platpyver}

%description test
The self-test suite for the Python interpreter.

This is only useful to test Python itself. For testing general Python code,
you should use the unittest module from %{name}-libs, or a library such as
%{name}-pytest or %{name}-nose.

%if %{with debug_build}
%package debug
Summary: Debug version of the Python runtime

# The debug build is an all-in-one package version of the regular build, and
# shares the same .py/.pyc files and directories as the regular build. Hence
# we depend on all of the subpackages of the regular build:
Requires: %{name}%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-libs%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-devel%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-test%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-tkinter%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}
Requires: %{name}-idle%{?_isa} = %{version}-%{release}

%description debug
python3-debug provides a version of the Python runtime with numerous debugging
features enabled, aimed at advanced Python users such as developers of Python
extension modules.

This version uses more memory and will be slower than the regular Python build,
but is useful for tracking down reference-counting issues and other bugs.

The bytecode format is unchanged, so that .pyc files are compatible between
this and the standard version of Python, but the debugging features mean that
C/C++ extension modules are ABI-incompatible and must be built for each version

The debug build shares installation directories with the standard Python
runtime, so that .py and .pyc files can be shared.
Compiled extension modules use a special ABI flag ("d") in the filename,
so extensions for both versions can co-exist in the same directory.
%endif # with debug_build

%else  # with flatpackage

# We'll not provide this, on purpose
# No package in Fedora shall ever depend on flatpackage via this
%global __requires_exclude ^python\\(abi\\) = 3\\..$
%global __provides_exclude ^python\\(abi\\) = 3\\..$

%if %{with rpmwheels}
Requires: python-setuptools-wheel
Requires: python-pip-wheel
Provides: bundled(python3dist(pip)) = %{pip_version}
Provides: bundled(python3dist(setuptools)) = %{setuptools_version}

# Provides for the bundled libmpdec
Provides: bundled(mpdecimal) = %{libmpdec_version}
Provides: bundled(libmpdec) = %{libmpdec_version}

# The description for the flat package
Python %{pybasever} package for developers.

This package exists to allow developers to test their code against an older
version of Python. This is not a full Python stack and if you wish to run
your applications with Python %{pybasever}, see other distributions
that support it, such as CentOS or RHEL with Software Collections
or older Fedora releases.

%endif # with flatpackage

# ======================================================
# The prep phase of the build:
# ======================================================

%gpgverify -k2 -s1 -d0
%autosetup -S git_am -N -n Python-%{upstream_version}

# Temporary workaround for
%{?!apply_patch:%define apply_patch(qp:m:) {%__apply_patch %**}}

# Apply initial patches manually
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH1}

%if "%{_lib}" == "lib64"
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH102}

%apply_patch -q %{PATCH111}
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH132}
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH155}
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH160}
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH163}
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH170}

%if %{with rpmwheels}
%apply_patch -q %{PATCH189}
rm Lib/ensurepip/_bundled/*.whl

# Apply the remaining patches
%autopatch -m 190

# Remove bundled libraries to ensure that we're using the system copy.
rm -r Modules/expat
rm -r Modules/zlib

# Remove files that should be generated by the build
# (This is after patching, so that we can use patches directly from upstream)
rm configure

# When we use the legacy arch names, we need to change them in
%if %{with legacy_archnames}
sed -i \
    -e 's/\b%{platform_triplet_upstream}\b/%{platform_triplet_legacy}/'

# ======================================================
# Configuring and building the code:
# ======================================================


# The build process embeds version info extracted from the Git repository
# into the Py_GetBuildInfo and sys.version strings.
# Our Git repository is artificial, so we don't want that.
# Tell configure to not use git.
export HAS_GIT=not-found

# Regenerate the configure script and

# Remember the current directory (which has sources and the configure script),
# so we can refer to it after we "cd" elsewhere.

# Get proper option names from bconds
%if %{with computed_gotos}
%global computed_gotos_flag yes
%global computed_gotos_flag no

%if %{with optimizations}
%global optimizations_flag "--enable-optimizations"
%global optimizations_flag "--disable-optimizations"

# Set common compiler/linker flags
# We utilize the %%extension_...flags macros here so users building C/C++
# extensions with our python won't get all the compiler/linker flags used
# in Fedora RPMs.
# Standard library built here will still use the %%build_...flags,
# Fedora packages utilizing %%py3_build will use them as well
export CFLAGS="%{extension_cflags} -D_GNU_SOURCE -fPIC -fwrapv"
export CFLAGS_NODIST="%{build_cflags} -D_GNU_SOURCE -fPIC -fwrapv"
export CXXFLAGS="%{extension_cxxflags} -D_GNU_SOURCE -fPIC -fwrapv"
export CPPFLAGS="$(pkg-config --cflags-only-I libffi)"
export OPT="%{extension_cflags} -D_GNU_SOURCE -fPIC -fwrapv"
export LINKCC="gcc"
export CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $(pkg-config --cflags openssl)"
export LDFLAGS="%{extension_ldflags} -g $(pkg-config --libs-only-L openssl)"
export LDFLAGS_NODIST="%{build_ldflags} -g $(pkg-config --libs-only-L openssl)"

# We can build several different configurations of Python: regular and debug.
# Define a common function that does one build:
BuildPython() {

  # Each build is done in its own directory
  mkdir -p $ConfDir
  pushd $ConfDir

  # Normally, %%configure looks for the "configure" script in the current
  # directory.
  # Since we changed directories, we need to tell %%configure where to look.
  %global _configure $topdir/configure

%configure \
  --enable-ipv6 \
  --enable-shared \
  --with-computed-gotos=%{computed_gotos_flag} \
  --with-dbmliborder=gdbm:ndbm:bdb \
  --with-system-expat \
  --with-system-ffi \
  --enable-loadable-sqlite-extensions \
  --with-dtrace \
  --with-lto \
  --with-ssl-default-suites=openssl \
%if %{with valgrind}
  --with-valgrind \
  $ExtraConfigArgs \

  # Regenerate generated importlib frozen modules (see patch 353)
  %make_build EXTRA_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $MoreCFlags" regen-importlib

  # Invoke the build
  %make_build EXTRA_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS $MoreCFlags"


# Call the above to build each configuration.

%if %{with debug_build}
BuildPython debug \
  "--without-ensurepip --with-pydebug" \
%endif # with debug_build

BuildPython optimized \
  "--without-ensurepip %{optimizations_flag}" \

# ======================================================
# Installing the built code:
# ======================================================


# As in %%build, remember the current directory

# We install a collection of hooks for gdb that make it easier to debug
# executables linked against libpython3* (such as /usr/bin/python3 itself)
# These hooks are implemented in Python itself (though they are for the version
# of python that gdb is linked with)
# gdb-archer looks for them in the same path as the ELF file or its .debug
# file, with a suffix.
# We put them next to the debug file, because ldconfig would complain if
# it found non-library files directly in /usr/lib/
# (see
# We'll put these files in the debuginfo package by installing them to e.g.:
#  /usr/lib/debug/usr/lib/
# (note that the debug path is /usr/lib/debug for both 32/64 bit)
# See for more
# information

%if %{with gdb_hooks}
mkdir -p %{buildroot}$DirHoldingGdbPy
%endif # with gdb_hooks

# Multilib support for pyconfig.h
# 32- and 64-bit versions of pyconfig.h are different. For multilib support
# (making it possible to install 32- and 64-bit versions simultaneously),
# we need to install them under different filenames, and to make the common
# "pyconfig.h" include the right file based on architecture.
# See
# Filanames are defined here:
%global _pyconfig32_h pyconfig-32.h
%global _pyconfig64_h pyconfig-64.h
%global _pyconfig_h pyconfig-%{wordsize}.h

# Use a common function to do an install for all our configurations:
InstallPython() {


  # Switch to the directory with this configuration's built files
  mkdir -p $ConfDir
  pushd $ConfDir

  %make_install EXTRA_CFLAGS="$MoreCFlags"


%if %{with gdb_hooks}
  # See comment on $DirHoldingGdbPy above
  cp Tools/gdb/ %{buildroot}$PathOfGdbPy
%endif # with gdb_hooks

  # Rename the -devel script that differs on different arches to arch specific name
  mv %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/python${LDVersion}-{,`uname -m`-}config
  echo -e '#!/bin/sh\nexec `dirname $0`/python'${LDVersion}'-`uname -m`-config "$@"' > \
  echo '[ $? -eq 127 ] && echo "Could not find python'${LDVersion}'-`uname -m`-config. Look around to see available arches." >&2' >> \
    chmod +x %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/python${LDVersion}-config

  # Make python3-devel multilib-ready
  mv %{buildroot}%{_includedir}/python${LDVersion}/pyconfig.h \
  cat > %{buildroot}%{_includedir}/python${LDVersion}/pyconfig.h << EOF
#include <bits/wordsize.h>

#if __WORDSIZE == 32
#include "%{_pyconfig32_h}"
#elif __WORDSIZE == 64
#include "%{_pyconfig64_h}"
#error "Unknown word size"


# Install the "debug" build first; any common files will be overridden with
# later builds
%if %{with debug_build}
InstallPython debug \
  %{py_INSTSONAME_debug} \
  -O0 \
%endif # with debug_build

# Now the optimized build:
InstallPython optimized \
  %{py_INSTSONAME_optimized} \
  "" \

# Install directories for additional packages
install -d -m 0755 %{buildroot}%{pylibdir}/site-packages/__pycache__
%if "%{_lib}" == "lib64"
# The 64-bit version needs to create "site-packages" in /usr/lib/ (for
# pure-Python modules) as well as in /usr/lib64/ (for packages with extension
# modules).
# Note that rpmlint will complain about hardcoded library path;
# this is intentional.
install -d -m 0755 %{buildroot}%{_prefix}/lib/python%{pybasever}/site-packages/__pycache__

%if %{without flatpackage}
# add idle3 to menu
install -D -m 0644 Lib/idlelib/Icons/idle_16.png %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/16x16/apps/idle3.png
install -D -m 0644 Lib/idlelib/Icons/idle_32.png %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/32x32/apps/idle3.png
install -D -m 0644 Lib/idlelib/Icons/idle_48.png %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/idle3.png
desktop-file-install --dir=%{buildroot}%{_datadir}/applications %{SOURCE10}

# Install and validate appdata file
mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{_metainfodir}
cp -a %{SOURCE11} %{buildroot}%{_metainfodir}
appstream-util validate-relax --nonet %{buildroot}%{_metainfodir}/idle3.appdata.xml

# Make sure distutils looks at the right pyconfig.h file
# See
# Similar for sysconfig: sysconfig.get_config_h_filename tries to locate
# pyconfig.h so it can be parsed, and needs to do this at runtime in
# when python starts up (see
# Split this out so it goes directly to the pyconfig-32.h/pyconfig-64.h
# variants:
sed -i -e "s/'pyconfig.h'/'%{_pyconfig_h}'/" \
  %{buildroot}%{pylibdir}/distutils/ \

# Install to bindir
# See
cp -p Tools/scripts/ %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/

# Install i18n tools to bindir
# They are also in python2, so we version them
for tool in pygettext msgfmt; do
  cp -p Tools/i18n/${tool}.py %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/${tool}%{pybasever}.py
  ln -s ${tool}%{pybasever}.py %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/${tool}

# Switch all shebangs to refer to the specific Python version.
# This currently only covers files matching ^[a-zA-Z0-9_]+\.py$,
# so handle files named using other naming scheme separately.
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./build/optimized ./build/optimized/python \
  Tools/scripts/ \
  -i "%{_bindir}/python%{pybasever}" -pn \
  %{buildroot} \
  %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/*%{pybasever}.py \

# Remove tests for python3-tools which was removed in
rm -rf %{buildroot}%{pylibdir}/test/test_tools

# Remove shebang lines from .py files that aren't executable, and
# remove executability from .py files that don't have a shebang line:
find %{buildroot} -name \*.py \
  \( \( \! -perm /u+x,g+x,o+x -exec sed -e '/^#!/Q 0' -e 'Q 1' {} \; \
  -print -exec sed -i '1d' {} \; \) -o \( \
  -perm /u+x,g+x,o+x ! -exec grep -m 1 -q '^#!' {} \; \
  -exec chmod a-x {} \; \) \)

# Get rid of DOS batch files:
find %{buildroot} -name \*.bat -exec rm {} \;

# Get rid of backup files:
find %{buildroot}/ -name "*~" -exec rm -f {} \;
find . -name "*~" -exec rm -f {} \;

# Do bytecompilation with the newly installed interpreter.
# This is similar to the script in macros.pybytecompile
# compile *.pyc
find %{buildroot} -type f -a -name "*.py" -print0 | \
    LD_LIBRARY_PATH="%{buildroot}%{dynload_dir}/:%{buildroot}%{_libdir}" \
    PYTHONPATH="%{buildroot}%{_libdir}/python%{pybasever} %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/python%{pybasever}/site-packages" \
    xargs -0 %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/python%{pybasever} -O -c 'import py_compile, sys; [py_compile.compile(f, dfile=f.partition("%{buildroot}")[2], optimize=opt) for opt in range(3) for f in sys.argv[1:]]' || :

# Since we have in bindir, this is created, but we don't want it
rm -rf %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/__pycache__

# Fixup permissions for shared libraries from non-standard 555 to standard 755:
find %{buildroot} -perm 555 -exec chmod 755 {} \;

# Create "/usr/bin/python3-debug", a symlink to the python3 debug binary, to
# avoid the user having to know the precise version and ABI flags.
# See e.g.
%if %{with debug_build} && %{without flatpackage}
ln -s \
  %{_bindir}/python%{LDVERSION_debug} \

%if %{with flatpackage}
# Remove stuff that would conflict with python3 package
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/python3
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pydoc3
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/idle3
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/python3-*
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pyvenv
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/2to3*
rm %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/
rm %{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1/python3.1*
rm %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/pkgconfig/python3.pc

# ======================================================
# Checks for packaging issues
# ======================================================


# first of all, check timestamps of bytecode files
find %{buildroot} -type f -a -name "*.py" -print0 | \
    LD_LIBRARY_PATH="%{buildroot}%{dynload_dir}/:%{buildroot}%{_libdir}" \
    PYTHONPATH="%{buildroot}%{_libdir}/python%{pybasever} %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/python%{pybasever}/site-packages" \
    xargs -0 %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/python%{pybasever} %{SOURCE8}

# Ensure that the curses module was linked against, rather than
# See
ldd %{buildroot}/%{dynload_dir}/_curses*.so \
    | grep curses \
    | grep && (echo " linked against" ; exit 1)

# Ensure that the debug modules are linked against the debug libpython, and
# likewise for the optimized modules and libpython:
for Module in %{buildroot}/%{dynload_dir}/*.so ; do
    case $Module in
        ldd $Module | grep %{py_INSTSONAME_optimized} &&
            (echo Debug module $Module linked against optimized %{py_INSTSONAME_optimized} ; exit 1)

        ldd $Module | grep %{py_INSTSONAME_debug} &&
            (echo Optimized module $Module linked against debug %{py_INSTSONAME_debug} ; exit 1)

# Verify that the bundled libmpdec version python was compiled with, is the same version we have virtual
# provides for in the SPEC.
test "$(LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$(pwd)/build/optimized $(pwd)/build/optimized/python -c 'import decimal; print(decimal.__libmpdec_version__)')" = \

# ======================================================
# Running the upstream test suite
# ======================================================

CheckPython() {

  # The "modern" security policies are not handled gracefully by the test suite
  # of an older Python version. This is fixed upstream for 3.7+.
  # Instead of fixing the tests, we disable the system wide policy via:
  export OPENSSL_CONF=/non-existing-file
  # This is a compromise between skipping and fixing the ssl tests.


  # Note that we're running the tests using the version of the code in the
  # builddir, not in the buildroot.

  # Run the upstream test suite, setting "WITHIN_PYTHON_RPM_BUILD" so that the
  # our non-standard decorators take effect on the relevant tests:
  #   @unittest._skipInRpmBuild(reason)
  #   @unittest._expectedFailureInRpmBuild
  # test_faulthandler.test_register_chain currently fails on ppc64le and
  #   aarch64, see upstream bug
  LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$ConfDir $ConfDir/python -m test.regrtest \
    -wW --slowest --findleaks \
    -x test_distutils \
    -x test_bdist_rpm \
    -x test_gdb \
    %ifarch ppc64le aarch64
    -x test_faulthandler \
    %ifarch %{mips64}
    -x test_ctypes \
    %ifarch ppc64le
    -x test_buffer \



%if %{with tests}

# Check each of the configurations:
%if %{with debug_build}
CheckPython debug
%endif # with debug_build
CheckPython optimized

%endif # with tests

%doc README.rst

%if %{without flatpackage}

%if %{without flatpackage}
%files libs
%doc README.rst

%dir %{pylibdir}
%dir %{dynload_dir}

%license %{pylibdir}/LICENSE.txt

%if %{without flatpackage}
%exclude %{pylibdir}/lib2to3/tests

%dir %{pylibdir}/unittest/
%dir %{pylibdir}/unittest/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/asyncio/
%dir %{pylibdir}/asyncio/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/venv/
%dir %{pylibdir}/venv/__pycache__/


%dir %{pylibdir}/ensurepip/
%dir %{pylibdir}/ensurepip/__pycache__/

%if %{with rpmwheels}
%exclude %{pylibdir}/ensurepip/_bundled
%dir %{pylibdir}/ensurepip/_bundled

%dir %{pylibdir}/test/
%dir %{pylibdir}/test/__pycache__/
%dir %{pylibdir}/test/support/
%dir %{pylibdir}/test/support/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/concurrent/
%dir %{pylibdir}/concurrent/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/concurrent/futures/
%dir %{pylibdir}/concurrent/futures/__pycache__/



%if %{with gdbm}

%dir %{pylibdir}/site-packages/
%dir %{pylibdir}/site-packages/__pycache__/
%dir %{pylibdir}/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/collections/
%dir %{pylibdir}/collections/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/ctypes/
%dir %{pylibdir}/ctypes/__pycache__/


%dir %{pylibdir}/dbm/
%dir %{pylibdir}/dbm/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/distutils/
%dir %{pylibdir}/distutils/__pycache__/
%exclude %{pylibdir}/distutils/command/wininst-*.exe

%dir %{pylibdir}/email/
%dir %{pylibdir}/email/__pycache__/
%doc %{pylibdir}/email/architecture.rst



%dir %{pylibdir}/importlib/
%dir %{pylibdir}/importlib/__pycache__/

%dir %{pylibdir}/json/
%dir %{pylibdir}/json/__pycache__/


%dir %{pylibdir}/sqlite3/
%dir %{pylibdir}/sqlite3/__pycache__/

%if %{without flatpackage}
%exclude %{pylibdir}/
%exclude %{pylibdir}/__pycache__/turtle*%{bytecode_suffixes}


%if "%{_lib}" == "lib64"
%attr(0755,root,root) %dir %{_prefix}/lib/python%{pybasever}
%attr(0755,root,root) %dir %{_prefix}/lib/python%{pybasever}/site-packages
%attr(0755,root,root) %dir %{_prefix}/lib/python%{pybasever}/site-packages/__pycache__/

# "Makefile" and the config-32/64.h file are needed by
# distutils/, so we include them in the core
# package, along with their parent directories (bug 531901):
%dir %{pylibdir}/config-%{LDVERSION_optimized}-%{platform_triplet}/
%dir %{_includedir}/python%{LDVERSION_optimized}/

%if %{without flatpackage}

%if %{without flatpackage}
%files devel
# TODO: Remove 2to3-3.7 once rebased to 3.7

%if %{without flatpackage}
%exclude %{pylibdir}/config-%{LDVERSION_optimized}-%{platform_triplet}/Makefile
%exclude %{_includedir}/python%{LDVERSION_optimized}/%{_pyconfig_h}
%doc Misc/README.valgrind Misc/valgrind-python.supp Misc/gdbinit

%if %{without flatpackage}



%if %{without flatpackage}
%files idle



%if %{without flatpackage}

%if %{without flatpackage}
%files tkinter

%if %{without flatpackage}
%exclude %{pylibdir}/tkinter/test
%dir %{pylibdir}/turtledemo
%dir %{pylibdir}/turtledemo/__pycache__/

%if %{without flatpackage}
%files test

# We don't bother splitting the debug build out into further subpackages:
# if you need it, you're probably a developer.

# Hence the manifest is the combination of analogous files in the manifests of
# all of the other subpackages

%if %{with debug_build}
%if %{without flatpackage}
%files debug

# Analog of the core subpackage's files:

# Analog of the -libs subpackage's files:
# ...with debug builds of the built-in "extension" modules:


%if %{with gdbm}

# No need to split things out the "Makefile" and the config-32/64.h file as we
# do for the regular build above (bug 531901), since they're all in one package
# now; they're listed below, under "-devel":


# Analog of the -devel subpackage's files:

# Analog of the -tools subpackage's files:
#  None for now; we could build precanned versions that have the appropriate
# shebang if needed

# Analog  of the tkinter subpackage's files:

# Analog  of the -test subpackage's files:

%endif # with debug_build

# We put the file inside /usr/lib/debug to avoid noise from ldconfig
# See
# The /usr/lib/rpm/redhat/macros defines %%__debug_package to use
# debugfiles.list, and it appears that everything below /usr/lib/debug and
# (/usr/src/debug) gets added to this file (via LISTFILES) in
# /usr/lib/rpm/
# Hence by installing it below /usr/lib/debug we ensure it is added to the
# -debuginfo subpackage
# (if it doesn't, then the rpmbuild ought to fail since the
# payload file would be unpackaged)

# Workaround for
%undefine _debuginfo_subpackages

# ======================================================
# Finally, the changelog:
# ======================================================

* Mon Sep 20 2021 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.15-2
- Explicitly buildrequire OpenSSL 1.1, as Python 3.6 is not compatible with OpenSSL 3.0

* Sun Sep 05 2021 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.15-1
- Update to 3.6.15

* Fri Jul 23 2021 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.14-2
- Rebuilt for

* Tue Jun 29 2021 Tomas Hrnciar <> - 3.6.14-1
- Update to 3.6.14

* Fri May 14 2021 Charalampos Stratakis <> - 3.6.13-3
- Add virtual provides for the bundled libmpdec (rhbz#1943359)

* Thu Feb 25 2021 Petr Viktorin <> - 3.6.13-2
- Fix alignment issue causing failures on x86-64

* Tue Feb 16 2021 Tomas Hrnciar <> - 3.6.13-1
- Update to 3.6.13

* Wed Jan 27 2021 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.12-4
- Rebuilt for

* Mon Oct 05 2020 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.12-3
- Use upstream architecture names on Fedora 34+

* Mon Sep 21 2020 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.12-2
- Rebuilt for new %%extension flags
- Fixes: rhbz#1877652

* Wed Aug 19 2020 Tomas Hrnciar <> - 3.6.12-1
- Update to 3.6.12

* Wed Aug 12 2020 Petr Viktorin <> - 3.6.11-5
- In sys.version and initial REPL message, list the source commit as "default"

* Mon Aug 03 2020 Lumír Balhar <> - 3.6.11-4
- Add support for upstream architectures' names (patch 353)

* Fri Jul 31 2020 Charalampos Stratakis <> - 3.6.11-3
- Avoid infinite loop when reading specially crafted TAR files (CVE-2019-20907)
Resolves: rhbz#1856481
- Resolve hash collisions for Pv4Interface and IPv6Interface (CVE-2020-14422)
Resolves: rhbz#1854926

* Wed Jul 29 2020 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.11-2
- Rebuilt for

* Tue Jun 30 2020 Petr Viktorin <> - 3.6.11-1
- Update to 3.6.11 final

* Thu Jun 25 2020 Victor Stinner <> - 3.6.11~rc1-2
- Remove downstream 00178-dont-duplicate-flags-in-sysconfig.patch which
  introduced a bug on distutils.sysconfig.get_config_var('LIBPL')

* Fri Jun 19 2020 Petr Viktorin <> - 3.6.11-1
- Update to 3.6.11rc1

* Thu May 28 2020 Victor Stinner <> - 3.6.10-5
- Fix python3-config --configdir (rhbz#1772988).

* Wed May 06 2020 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.10-4
- Rename from python36 to python3.6

* Wed Feb 12 2020 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.10-3
- Update the ensurepip module to work with setuptools >= 45

* Thu Jan 30 2020 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.10-2
- Rebuilt for

* Fri Dec 20 2019 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.10-1
- Update to 3.6.10

* Fri Jul 26 2019 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.9-2
- Rebuilt for

* Wed Jul 03 2019 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.9-1
- Update to 3.6.9

* Mon Feb 18 2019 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.8-6
- Reduced default build flags used to build extension modules

* Sun Feb 17 2019 Igor Gnatenko <> - 3.6.8-5
- Rebuild for readline 8.0

* Sat Feb 02 2019 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.8-4
- Rebuilt for

* Wed Jan 23 2019 Patrik Kopkan <> - 3.6.8-3
- fix for CVE-2019-5010 (#1666519, #1666520)

* Mon Jan 14 2019 Björn Esser <> - 3.6.8-2
- Rebuilt for (#1666033)

* Thu Dec 27 2018 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.8-1
- Update to 3.6.8

* Mon Oct 22 2018 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.7-1
- Update to 3.6.7

* Mon Sep 24 2018 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.6-6
- Security fix for CVE-2018-14647 (#1631822)

* Fri Aug 17 2018 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.6-5
- Add /usr/bin/ and to python3-devel
Resolves: rhbz#1571474

* Wed Aug 15 2018 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.6-4
- Use RPM built wheels of pip and setuptools in ensurepip instead of our rewheel patch

* Fri Aug 10 2018 Igor Gnatenko <> - 3.6.6-3
- Fix wrong requirement on gdbm

* Sat Jul 14 2018 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 3.6.6-2
- Rebuilt for

* Tue Jul 10 2018 Charalampos Stratakis <> - 3.6.6-1
- Update to Python 3.6.6

* Mon Jun 18 2018 Miro Hrončok <> - 3.6.5-5
- Introduce python36 package