Coming from https://github.com/pypa/get-pip/pull/46.
pip 19.2 dropped support for Python 3.4. Since setuptools’ and wheel’s latest releases still support Python 3.4 (which is now EOL 1), I’ve not constrained them in the get-pip.py generated for Python 3.4 in that PR. However, I’m not sure if we should publish this get-pip.py without a constraint.
Which makes me wonder, when will wheel and setuptools drop Python 3.4 support? Specifically, do we have a version number today to constraint “under” for the 3.4 compatible
get-pip.py? If we do, I’ll be happy to add the relevant constraint and publish the bootstrap.pypa.io/3.4/get-pip.py file.
Note that we’ve not had any end-user come up and request for this compatibility helper yet – but we have published them in the past so we can probably continue to do so.