So I am using the 1-click installer for Django, but found out is still using Python 2.7.6 and Django 1.6.1. Instead I want to use Python 3.x, but how do I do that?
I reviewed the article below, but again it focuses on Python 2.x:
The 1-click article about Django had some tiny bit of Python 3 information in the comment, but not enough for me to figure out what to do:
It is kind of baffling that there seems to be so little information about Python 3.x still and that so far I only found Heroku to have it ready to go. Any help would be much appreciated!
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