PyPy 2.7 on Xenial


#1

I’ve noticed that none of these work in dist: xenial builds:

python:
  - pypy
  - pypy2
  - pypy2.7

but the following does work:

python:
  - pypy2.7-5.10.0

That doesn’t seem right?

https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/9452 mentioned a similar problem on trusty, and it was a matter of making a copy of the archive somewhere (in the S3 bucket?).

(For completeness I should mention that pypy3.5 works, but pypy3 doesn’t. I assume pypy3.5-5.10.0 would also work, but I haven’t needed to reach for it.)


Support for pypy/pypy3 v6.0+ python (Migrated GitHub Issue)
#2

Also would be nice it the current PyPy v6.0 versions were available. http://pypy.org/download.html


#3

Hey all,

I’m checking internally to get some details on this, and see where we stand. :slight_smile:


#4

PyPy2.7-6.0 and PyPy3.5-6.0 should both be available on Xenial.

https://travis-ci.org/BanzaiMan/travis_production_test/jobs/463979910#L449-L451
https://travis-ci.org/BanzaiMan/travis_production_test/jobs/463979911#L449-L451


#5

At the moment, -6.0 is critical.


#6

What does “is critical” mean in this context?

Experiments show that I can request pypy2.7-6.0 and pypy3.5-6.0.

I still cannot request pypy2.7 to get the latest available version, and while I can request pypy3.5, that doesn’t get me 6.0, it gets me 5.10.1.

(I’m using http head https://s3.amazonaws.com/travis-python-archives/binaries/ubuntu/16.04/x86_64/pypy${version}.tar.bz2 to see what works and what doesn’t.)


#7

Without -6.0, you won’t get the latest version.