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Conda packages get no longer updated #570

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FlorianWilhelm opened this issue Jan 13, 2022 · 4 comments · Fixed by #571
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Conda packages get no longer updated #570

FlorianWilhelm opened this issue Jan 13, 2022 · 4 comments · Fixed by #571
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@FlorianWilhelm
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Description of your problem

There are no new packages on conda-forge for versions 4.1.2 and 4.1.3. We should fix this.

The problem seems to be that we don't publish source distributions anymore to pypi. For instance, looking under
version 4.1.1 files there is a tar.gz but not under version 4.1.2 files and version 4.1.2 files anymore. I couldn't find a change in our build configuration from 4.1.1 that explains this. So no idea :-(

Those files are needed in meta.yml.

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Hi @FlorianWilhelm, we had some discussion on a PR (or issue I think) about stop publishing sdists.

I am happy to bring them back.

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That is the link: #535 (comment)

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I am also inclined to remove the following phrases from the docs:

Source distributions, i.e. sdist, are only recommended if you absolutely need them.
They are tricky to configure and may ignore several options in setup.cfg.

I believe that the problems with sdist x wheel in setuptools at this point is considered solved, right? (Reference: https://github.com/abravalheri/experiment-setuptools-package-data#results-for-setuptools5920)

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Cool that this is solved! Thanks. Then let's have it back in the docs.

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