There are a bunch of patches adding:
universal = 1
I wanted to follow up on what the deal is with them, and what I think we
should do about them.
universal means that a wheel can be made that can work with any python.
That's awesome, and we want it - it makes the wheel publishing code
easier. I don't think we want it turned on for any project that doesn't,
in fact, support python3 - because we'd be producing a wheel that says
it works in python3.
To be fair - the wheel itself will work just fine in python3 - it's just
the software that doesn't - and we upload tarballs right now which don't
block attempts to use them in python3.
my pedantic side says:
"Let's only land universal = 1 into python3 supporting projects"
upon further reflection, I think my other side says:
"It's fine, let's land it everywhere, it doesn't hurt anything, and then
we can stop worrying about it"
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