I'm aware that some distros create 'python3' packages, but that's really a
hack rather than a general solution - why isn't it possible to pull a newer
version of Python from a later version of the distro (e.g. Ubuntu 9.10 while
using an earlier version of Ubuntu), and cleanly install it with
dependencies, maybe in a dynamically created chroot or simply a new directory
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