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Upload wheels to PyPI #3
@dahlia I am not sure if
Building wheels takes too much effort, since there are too many platforms. Every time, when I release a version, I will need to build them.
My working machine is a MacBook Air, if this is the only platform I need to support, I am happy with it. But it won't be the case, it will be a pity for people on Debian/Ubuntu, Fedora/CentOS, etc.
The pure Python version is fast enough, it is faster than every pure Python implementation, this is the key value of this project. Fast and complete in pure Python.
I am still open for this issue. A discussion about wheels support is welcome.
It actually is not really necessary as you argued. Feel free; I have not that strong opinion about it.
When it comes to Linux, AFAIK it doesn’t depend on Linux distribution, but Python implementation/version e.g.
FYI wheel is useful even for pure Python packages, because it fastens pip’s installation process.
@dahlia I am planing to upload wheels to PyPI. But I can't create the right wheels.
I've found that Cython, Pandas, and Numpy all endswith:
But my Python interpreter can build such thing. Even use the
@dahlia I've found some resources. It seems you can't build wheel
We can use Travis CI to build wheels for everything.