caniusepython3 1.1.0  

I just released caniusepython3 1.1.0 to PyPI. Various tweaks and fixes as is usual with a N.1 release, but there is one neat, new feature:

python setup.py caniusepython3

If you use setuptools in your setup.py you now have a custom command available to you once you install caniusepython3. That means you can now specify your dependencies to caniusepython3 through:

I think that covers all of the major ways a project can specify their dependencies. If I missed a way or you have any other issues then please file an issue.

 
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