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When will we be able to update language versions?


Right now, there are at least 3 languages that I know that are out of date on

Python - Replit current: 3.8.2 - Actual current: 3.9.6
Rust - Replit current: 1.44.0 - Actual current: 1.53.0
Golang - Replit current: 1.14.7 - Actual current: 1.16.6

I'm sure that there are other languages that lack updates as well. The last post that I was able to find on this topic was here:

That was almost 3 years ago.

I would really like to be able to use current features in the languages I use, but I have no possible way to update them myself. I tried to load into a bash environment to update Rust using this method, but it didn't work:

If I had the ability to update the languages myself, I would happily subscribe to the "Hacker" version of

1 year ago
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I really don't understand, why so problems exists. As I know, replit uses docker containers for repls, so why not just let user specify version inside .replit file or any other way?

1 year ago