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Wheels for python 3.7? #5832

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ApplySci opened this Issue Jun 29, 2018 · 8 comments

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ApplySci commented Jun 29, 2018

Now that Python 3.7.0 has been released, is there a timeline for getting cp37 wheels of all the kivy modules onto pypi?

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matham commented Jun 29, 2018

It will be released when appveyor supports python 3.7 (appveyor/ci#2475) and then we'd need to actually make the wheels and do a release.

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ApplySci commented Jul 10, 2018

Good news - appveyor has now been updated to python 3.7 !

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KeyWeeUsr commented Jul 10, 2018

Ref b68ea11

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akshayaurora commented Jul 11, 2018

wheels should now be available for osx and windows, @dolang @matham @tshirtman think we can close this now ? @dolang do we have python3.7 packages for manylinux2 ?

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ApplySci commented Jul 11, 2018

The wheel for windows (64-bit) seems to require cython and compiler - that can't be right, can it? The wheel for python 3.6 didn't , as far as I can tell.

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tshirtman commented Jul 11, 2018

Seems the windows wheel wasn't built in yesterday's commit, need to look into it to find why it didn't build while [build wheel window] was in the commit message.

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dolang commented Jul 11, 2018

@akshayaurora manylinux2010 is not ready. See pypa/manylinux#179.

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ApplySci commented Jul 13, 2018

This seems to work now, so I think we can close this. Thank you all for making this happen!

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