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I wrote a program using the Dependency Injector and wanted to use it on an embedded system using Aarch64 architecture. Unfortunately though, it doesn't come with gcc to build it or any package manager to install the necessary prerequisites. Would you consider providing wheel builds for ARM based systems?
On cibuildwheel page there's a mention that Linux ARM builds are currently available only on Travis, which, considering the current situation around it, may prove problematic. But if you were going to migrate to GitHub Actions, I've found a PR pypa/cibuildwheel#482 that seems to be on a good way to bring the ARM support via Qemu there.
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Hi @czukowski , of course, I would love to add the ARM builds. I'm currently on Travis CI and I negotiate them so they could sponsor the project in future. The negotiation is not yet over, but it goes positive fashion. If cibuildwheel supports ARM builds and Travis too I should be able to add this relatively easy. I'll add that to the backlog.
@czukowski , ok, very good. Use that one for now. This is a fully functional latest version. I'll include ARM builds to one of the future release. Please follow this issue to know when to make an upgrade to real PyPI.