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Build PyPy3 wheels for manylinux #475

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@hugovk hugovk commented Sep 14, 2021

Changes proposed in this pull request:

  • We're already testing PyPy3
  • manylinux2014 can build wheels for PyPy3.7 7.3
  • So let's build and release them

@hugovk hugovk added the changelog: Added For new features label Sep 14, 2021
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@hugovk hugovk merged commit 21d3f03 into ultrajson:main Sep 20, 2021
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@hugovk hugovk deleted the pypy3-manylinux-wheel branch September 20, 2021 09:19
@hugovk hugovk changed the title Build PyPy3 manylinux wheels Build PyPy3 wheels for manylinux Sep 22, 2021
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