As Marcel indicated, we are currently using Python 2.7 for fastr. We a planning to release a new fastr version fairly (we are aiming in 2 weeks) soon which is still Python 2.7, after that we have planned fastr 3.0 which should be Python 3.5+ (we will drop Python 2 support). This should happen before summer.
On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 9:25:19 AM UTC+1, Marcel Zwiers wrote:
There are plans to port fastr to python 3 but currently it is still dependent on python 2.7.
All the best,