Thu Jul 30 07:25:51 GMT 2020
> > I have a few Python packages built (and very minor change) for Python 3.8,
> but before I follow the directions for package contributions, I have a few
> > 1. I am only running cygport --64 <PYTHON-PACKAGE>.cygport all-test, is
> there anything else I should do? I have a local "test" repo I use to get them
> installed via Cygwin Setup.
> > 2. I am using the --64 arg to cygport because I don't have a 32-bit install of
> Cygwin, must I get a 32-bit Cygwin install running so I can make 32-bit
> packages (to be uploaded)?
> on 64 bit the --64 is superfluos
> You will need a 32 bit installation for the 32bit packages, but most are
> "noarch" so you need to build only once
I think there's a few which have C interfaces. I didn't check nor am I familiar enough with Cygwin, are no-arch dirs being used for libs? I am pretty sure DLLs were built. Can someone have multi-lib/multi-arch Pythons installed in Cygwin? I've only ever used a single arch myself.
> > 3. Is there decorum for this of work for Cygwin? Like a packagers mailing
> cygwin-apps(at)cygwin(dot)com is for packagers
> > 4. Do I or should I have a package mentor? Right now, I am "winging" it b/c
> my consumer is myself, but I'd like to know how the sausage is made so I Do
> It Right.
> post on that list and we all try to mentor you
> > The Python packages in the Python 3.8 flavor I have ready:
> > python38-asn1crypto
> > python38-crypto
> > python38-cryptography
> > python38-lockfile
> > python38-openssl
> > python38-pyasn1
> > python38-pyasn1-modules
> I am currently building from one source for at least 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8 have you
> looked on the previous source from Yaakov or some of my last one ?
I am using the repos I found here: https://cygwin.com/git-cygwin-packages/. The versions I found here are the same versions I already had installed for Python 3.7. Here's the explicit package list:
python38-asn1crypto 0.24.0-1 OK
python38-crypto 2.6.1-2 OK
python38-cryptography 2.6.1-1 OK
python38-lockfile 0.12.2-2 OK
python38-openssl 19.0.0-1 OK
python38-pyasn1 0.4.5-1 OK
python38-pyasn1-modules 0.2.4-1 OK
I built what's currently in the repo (with one small minor change to a single package) b/c I noticed what's going on in python-wheel cygclass. This also leads me to ask another question: must I have both Python 3.7 and Python 3.8 installed for all/any packages?
It would seem that one must make sure python-openssl 1.2.3 build and work (test suite passes) for both Python 3.7 and Python 3.8 based on this setup. Is this always true?
Also, from my inspection of the cygport's cygclasses, the "default" is to not build Python 3.6 flavored packages, only Python 3.7 and Python 3.8. Have I got that right?
I also didn't spot any testsuite passes, but I didn't check the PyPy sources if testsuites are distributed or not.
I figured it best to get what's already in the repo build for 3.8, and then consider package updates later.
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