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How do you change python versions

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PizzaRules668Hacker

Im trying to change from python 3.8 to python 3.7

Ive tried changing the pyproject.toml
Also tried poetry env use 3.7
but got

/bin/sh: 1: python3.7: not found [EnvCommandError] Command python3.7 -c "import sys; print('.'.join([str(s) for s in sys.version_info[:3]]))" errored with the following return code 127, and output:
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PizzaRules668

Edit replit.nix

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ricardoTSN

edit the "pyproject.toml" file in your replit, you list your packages along with other details about your project. For example, consider the following snippet from pyproject.toml:

This will install express at version 4.16.3 or newer, body-parser at the latest version, and sqlite3 at exactly version 3.1.12.

"dependencies": {
"express": "^4.16.3",
"body-parser": "latest",
"sqlite3": "3.1.12"
}

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@ch1ck3n
Most of these are from long ago. Since the release of Nix on Replit, anything is now possible.