Changelog

v2.11.3

5 Dec 2022

  • ✨ Improves the 'build options' log output that's printed at the start of each run (#1352)
  • ✨ Added a friendly error message to a common misconfiguration of the CIBW_TEST_COMMAND option - not specifying path using the {project} placeholder (#1336)
  • 🛠 The GitHub Action now uses Powershell on Windows to avoid occasional incompabilities with bash (#1346)

v2.11.2

26 October 2022

  • 🛠 Updates CPython 3.11 to 3.11.0 - final release (#1327)
  • 🛠 Simplify the default macOS repair command (#1322)
  • 🛠 Fix the default MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET on arm64 (#1312)
  • 🛠 Hide irrelevant pip warnings on linux (#1311)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug that caused the stdout and stderr of commands in containers to be in the wrong order Previously, stdout could appear after stderr. (#1324)
  • 📚 Added a FAQ entry describing how to perform native builds of CPython 3.8 wheels on Apple Silicon. (#1323)
  • 📚 Other docs improvements

v2.11.1

13 October 2022

  • 🛠 Updates to the latest manylinux images, and updates CPython 3.10 to 3.10.8.

v2.11.0

13 October 2022

  • 🌟 Adds support for cross-compiling Windows ARM64 wheels. To use this feature, add ARM64 to the CIBW_ARCHS option on a Windows Intel runner. (#1144)
  • ✨ Adds support for building Linux aarch64 wheels on Circle CI. (#1307)
  • ✨ Adds support for building Windows wheels on Gitlab CI. (#1295)
  • ✨ Adds support for building Linux aarch64 wheels under emulation on Gitlab CI. (#1295)
  • ✨ Adds the ability to test cp38-macosx_arm64 wheels on a native arm64 runner. To do this, you'll need to preinstall the (experimental) universal2 version of CPython 3.8 on your arm64 runner before invoking cibuildwheel. Note: it is not recommended to build x86_64 wheels with this setup, your wheels will have limited compatibility wrt macOS versions. (#1283)
  • 🛠 Improved error messages when using custom Docker images and Python cannot be found at the correct path. (#1298)
  • 📚 Sample configs for Azure Pipelines and Travis CI updated (#1296)
  • 📚 Other docs improvements - including more information about using Homebrew for build dependencies (#1290)

v2.10.2

25 September 2022

  • 🐛 Fix a bug that caused win32 identifiers to fail when used with --only. (#1282)
  • 🐛 Fix computation of auto/auto64/auto32 archs when targeting a different platform to the one that you're running cibuildwheel on. (#1266)
  • 📚 Fix an mistake in the 'how it works' diagram. (#1274)

v2.10.1

18 September 2022

  • 🐛 Fix a bug that stopped environment variables specified in TOML from being expanded. (#1273)

v2.10.0

13 September 2022

  • 🌟 Adds support for building wheels on Cirrus CI. This is exciting for us, as it's the first public CI platform that natively supports macOS Apple Silicon (aka. M1, arm64) runners. As such, it's the first platform that you can natively build and test macOS arm64 wheels. It also has native Linux ARM (aarch64) runners, for fast, native builds there. (#1191)
  • 🌟 Adds support for running cibuildwheel on Apple Silicon machines. For a while, we've supported cross-compilation of Apple Silicon wheels on x86_64, but now that we have Cirrus CI we can run our test suite and officially support running cibuildwheel on arm64. (#1191)
  • ✨ Adds the --only command line option, to specify a single build to run. Previously, it could be cumbersome to set all the build selection options to target a specific build - for example, you might have to run something like CIBW_BUILD=cp39-manylinux_x86_64 cibuildwheel --platform linux --archs x86_64. The new --only option overrides all the build selection options to simplify running a single build, which now looks like cibuildwheel --only cp39-manylinux_x86_64. (#1098)
  • ✨ Adds the CIBW_CONFIG_SETTINGS option, so you can pass arguments to your package's build backend (#1244)
  • 🛠 Updates the CPython 3.11 version to the latest release candidate - v3.11.0rc2. (#1265)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug that can cause a RecursionError on Windows when building from an sdist. (#1253)
  • 🛠 Add support for the s390x architecture on manylinux_2_28 (#1255)

v2.9.0

11 August 2022

  • 🌟 CPython 3.11 wheels are now built by default - without the CIBW_PRERELEASE_PYTHONS flag. It's time to build and upload these wheels to PyPI! This release includes CPython 3.11.0rc1, which is guaranteed to be ABI compatible with the final release. (#1226)
  • ⚠️ Removed support for running cibuildwheel in Python 3.6. Python 3.6 is EOL. However, cibuildwheel continues to build CPython 3.6 wheels for the moment. (#1175)
  • ✨ Improved error messages when misspelling TOML options, suggesting close matches (#1205)
  • 🛠 When running on Apple Silicon (so far, an unsupported mode of operation), cibuildwheel no longer builds universal2 wheels by default - just arm64. See #1204 for discussion. We hope to release official support for native builds on Apple Silicon soon! (#1217)

v2.8.1

18 July 2022

  • 🐛 Fix a bug when building CPython 3.8 wheels on an Apple Silicon machine where testing would always fail. cibuildwheel will no longer attempt to test the arm64 part of CPython 3.8 wheels because we use the x86_64 installer of CPython 3.8 due to its macOS system version backward-compatibility. See #1169 for more details. (#1171)
  • 🛠 Update the prerelease CPython 3.11 to 3.11.0b4. (#1180)
  • 🛠 The GitHub Action will ensure a compatible version of Python is installed on the runner (#1114)
  • 📚 A few docs improvements

v2.8.0

5 July 2022

  • ✨ You can now run cibuildwheel on Podman, as an alternate container engine to Docker (which remains the default). This is useful in environments where a Docker daemon isn't available, for example, it can be run inside a Docker container, or without root access. To use Podman, set the CIBW_CONTAINER_ENGINE option. (#966)
  • ✨ Adds support for building py3-none-{platform} wheels. This works the same as ABI3 - wheels won't be rebuilt, but tests will still be run across all selected versions of Python.

    These wheels contain native extension code, but don't use the Python APIs. Typically, they're bridged to Python using a FFI module like ctypes or cffi. Because they don't use Python ABI, the wheels are more compatible - they work across many Python versions.

    Check out this example ctypes project to see an example of how it works. (#1151)

  • 🛠 cibuildwheel will now error if multiple builds in a single run produce the same wheel filename, as this indicates a misconfiguration. (#1152)

  • 📚 A few docs improvements and updates to keep things up-to-date.

v2.7.0

17 June 2022

  • 🌟 Added support for the new manylinux_2_28 images. These new images are based on AlmaLinux, the community-driven successor to CentOS, unlike manylinux_2_24, which was based on Debian. To build on these images, set your CIBW_MANYLINUX_*_IMAGE option to manylinux_2_28. (#1026)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug where tests were not being run on CPython 3.11 (when CIBW_PRERELEASE_PYTHONS was set) (#1138)
  • ✨ You can now build Linux wheels on Windows, as long as you have Docker installed and set to 'Linux containers' (#1117)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug on macOS that caused cibuildwheel to crash trying to overwrite a previously-built wheel of the same name. (#1129)

v2.6.1

7 June 2022

  • 🛠 Update the prerelease CPython 3.11 to 3.11.0b3

v2.6.0

25 May 2022

  • 🌟 Added the ability to test building wheels on CPython 3.11! Because CPython 3.11 is in beta, these wheels should not be distributed, because they might not be compatible with the final release, but it's available to build for testing purposes. Use the flag --prerelease-pythons or CIBW_PRERELEASE_PYTHONS to test. This version of cibuildwheel includes CPython 3.11.0b1. (#1109)
  • 📚 Added an interactive diagram showing how cibuildwheel works to the docs (#1100)

v2.5.0

29 April 2022

  • ✨ Added support for building ABI3 wheels. cibuildwheel will now recognise when an ABI3 wheel was produced, and skip subsequent build steps where the previously built wheel is compatible. Tests still will run on all selected versions of Python, using the ABI3 wheel. Check this entry in the docs for more info. (#1091)
  • ✨ You can now build wheels directly from sdist archives, in addition to source directories. Just call cibuildwheel with an sdist argument on the command line, like cibuildwheel mypackage-1.0.0.tar.gz. For more details, check the --help output (#1096)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug where cibuildwheel would crash when no builds are selected and --allow-empty is passed (#1086)
  • 🐛 Workaround a permissions issue on Linux relating to newer versions of git and setuptools_scm (#1095)
  • 📚 Minor docs improvements

v2.4.0

2 April 2022

  • ✨ cibuildwheel now supports running locally on Windows and macOS (as well as Linux). On macOS, you'll have to install the versions of Pythons that you want to use from Python.org, and cibuildwheel will use them. On Windows, cibuildwheel will install it's own versions of Python. Check out the documentation for instructions. (#974)
  • ✨ Added support for building PyPy 3.9 wheels. (#1031)
  • ✨ Listing at the end of the build now displays the size of each wheel (#975)
  • 🐛 Workaround a connection timeout bug on Travis CI ppc64le runners (#906)
  • 🐛 Fix an encoding error when reading setup.py in the wrong encoding (#977)
  • 🛠 Setuptools updated to 61.3.0, including experimental support for reading config from pyproject.toml(PEP 621). This could change the behaviour of your build if you have a pyproject.toml with a [project] table, because that takes precedence over setup.py and setup.cfg. Check out the setuptools docs and the project metadata specification for more info.
  • 🛠 Many other dependency updates.
  • 📚 Minor docs improvements

v2.3.1

14 December 2021

  • 🐛 Setting pip options like PIP_USE_DEPRECATED in CIBW_ENVIRONMENT no longer adversely affects cibuildwheel's ability to set up a Python environment (#956)
  • 📚 Docs fixes and improvements

v2.3.0

26 November 2021

  • 📈 cibuildwheel now defaults to manylinux2014 image for linux builds, rather than manylinux2010. If you want to stick with manylinux2010, it's simple to set this using the image options. (#926)
  • ✨ You can now pass environment variables from the host machine into the Docker container during a Linux build. Check out the docs for CIBW_ENVIRONMENT_PASS_LINUX for the details. (#914)
  • ✨ Added support for building PyPy 3.8 wheels. (#881)
  • ✨ Added support for building Windows arm64 CPython wheels on a Windows arm64 runner. We can't test this in CI yet, so for now, this is experimental. (#920)
  • 📚 Improved the deployment documentation (#911)
  • 🛠 Changed the escaping behaviour inside cibuildwheel's option placeholders e.g. {project} in before_build or {dest_dir} in repair_wheel_command. This allows bash syntax like ${SOME_VAR} to passthrough without being interpreted as a placeholder by cibuildwheel. See this section in the docs for more info. (#889)
  • 🛠 Pip updated to 21.3, meaning it now defaults to in-tree builds again. If this causes an issue with your project, setting environment variable PIP_USE_DEPRECATED=out-of-tree-build is available as a temporary flag to restore the old behaviour. However, be aware that this flag will probably be removed soon. (#881)
  • 🐛 You can now access the current Python interpreter using python3 within a build on Windows (#917)

v2.2.2

26 October 2021

  • 🐛 Fix bug in the GitHub Action step causing a syntax error (#895)

v2.2.1

26 October 2021

  • 🛠 Added a config-file option on the GitHub Action to specify something other than pyproject.toml in your GitHub Workflow file. (#883)
  • 🐛 Fix missing resources in sdist and released wheel on PyPI. We've also made some internal changes to our release processes to make them more reliable. (#893, #894)

v2.2.0

22 October 2021

  • 🌟 Added support for musllinux. Support for this new wheel format lets projects build wheels for Linux distributions that use musl libc, notably, Alpine Docker containers. (#768)

Musllinux builds are enabled by default. If you're not ready to build musllinux, add *-musllinux_* to your CIBW_SKIP/skip option. Or, you might have to make some changes to your options - to simplify that process, you can use...

  • 🌟 TOML option overrides! This provides much greater flexibility in configuration via pyproject.toml. (#854)

You can now set build options for any subset of your builds using a match pattern. So, for example, you can customise CPython 3.8 builds with an override on cp38-* or musllinux builds by selecting *musllinux*. Check out the docs for more info on the specifics.

  • 🛠 Added support for building PyPy wheels on macOS 11 CI runners. (#875)

  • 🛠 Setting an empty string for the CIBW_*_IMAGE option will now fallthrough to the config file or cibuildwheel's default, rather than causing an error. This makes the option easier to use in CI build matricies. (#829)

  • 🛠 Support for TOML 1.0 when reading config files, via the tomli package. (#876)

Note: This version is not available on PyPI due to some missing resources in the release files. Please use a later version instead.

v2.1.3

6 October 2021

  • 🛠 Updated CPython 3.10 to the 3.10.0 final release

v2.1.2

14 September 2021

  • 🛠 Updated CPython 3.10 to 3.10.0rc2
  • 📚 Multiple docs updates
  • 🐛 Improved warnings when built binaries are bundled into the container on Linux. (#807)

v2.1.1

7 August 2021

  • ✨ Corresponding with the release of CPython 3.10.0rc1, which is ABI stable, cibuildwheel now builds CPython 3.10 by default - without the CIBW_PRERELEASE_PYTHONS flag.

Note: v2.1.0 was a bad release, it was yanked from PyPI.

v2.0.1

25 July 2021

  • 📚 Docs improvements (#767)
  • 🛠 Dependency updates, including delocate 0.9.0.

v2.0.0 🎉

16 July 2021

  • 🌟 You can now configure cibuildwheel options inside your project's pyproject.toml! Environment variables still work of course. Check out the documentation for more info.
  • 🌟 Added support for building wheels with build, as well as pip. This feature is controlled with the CIBW_BUILD_FRONTEND option.
  • 🌟 Added the ability to test building wheels on CPython 3.10! Because CPython 3.10 is in beta, these wheels should not be distributed, because they might not be compatible with the final release, but it's available to build for testing purposes. Use the flag --prerelease-pythons or CIBW_PRERELEASE_PYTHONS to test. (#675) This version of cibuildwheel includes CPython 3.10.0b4.
  • ⚠️ Removed support for building Python 2.7 and Python 3.5 wheels, for both CPython and PyPy. If you still need to build on these versions, please use the latest v1.x version. (#596)
  • ✨ Added the ability to build CPython 3.8 wheels for Apple Silicon. (#704)
  • 🛠 Update to the latest build dependencies, including Auditwheel 4. (#633)
  • 🛠 Use the unified pypa/manylinux images to build PyPy (#671)
  • 🐛 Numerous bug fixes & docs improvements

v1.12.0

22 June 2021

  • ✨ Adds support building macOS universal2/arm64 wheels on Python 3.8.

v1.11.1

28 May 2021

  • ✨ cibuildwheel is now part of the PyPA!
  • 📚 Minor docs changes, fixing links related to the above transition
  • 🛠 Update manylinux pins to the last version containing Python 2.7 and 3.5. (#674)

v1.11.0

1 May 2021

  • 📚 Lots of docs improvements! (#650, #623, #616, #609, #606)
  • 🐛 Fix nuget "Package is not found" error on Windows. (#653)
  • ⚠️ cibuildwheel will no longer build Windows 2.7 wheels, unless you specify a custom toolchain using DISTUTILS_USE_SDK=1 and MSSdk=1. This is because Microsoft have stopped distributing Visual C++ Compiler for Python 2.7. See this FAQ entry for more details. (#649)
  • 🐛 Fix crash on Windows due to missing which command (#641).

v1.10.0

22 Feb 2021

  • ✨ Added manylinux_2_24 support. To use these new Debian-based manylinux images, set your manylinux image options to manylinux_2_24.
  • 🛠 On macOS, we now set MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET in before running CIBW_BEFORE_ALL. This is useful when using CIBW_BEFORE_ALL to build a shared library.
  • 🛠 An empty CIBW_BUILD option is now the same as being unset i.e, *. This makes some build matrix configuration easier. (#588)
  • 📚 Neatened up documentation - added tabs to a few places (#576), fixed some formatting issues.

v1.9.0

5 February 2021

  • 🌟 Added support for Apple Silicon wheels on macOS! You can now cross-compile universal2 and arm64 wheels on your existing macOS Intel runners, by setting CIBW_ARCHS_MACOS. Xcode 12.2 or later is required, but you don't need macOS 11.0 - you can still build on macOS 10.15. See this FAQ entry for more information. (#484)
  • 🌟 Added auto-detection of your package's Python compatibility, via declared requires-python in your pyproject.toml, or python_requires in setup.cfg or setup.py. If your project has these set, cibuildwheel will automatically skip builds on versions of Python that your package doesn't support. Hopefully this makes the first-run experience of cibuildwheel a bit easier. If you need to override this for any reason, look at CIBW_PROJECT_REQUIRES_PYTHON. (#536)
  • 🌟 cibuildwheel can now be invoked as a native GitHub Action! You can now invoke cibuildwheel in a GHA build step like:
- name: Build wheels
  uses: pypa/cibuildwheel@version # e.g. v1.9.0
  with:
    output-dir: wheelhouse
  # env:
  #   CIBW_SOME_OPTION: value

This saves a bit of boilerplate, and you can use Dependabot to keep the pinned version up-to-date.

  • ✨ Added auto64 and auto32 shortcuts to the CIBW_ARCHS option. (#553)
  • ✨ cibuildwheel now prints a list of the wheels built at the end of each run. (#570)
  • 📚 Lots of minor docs improvements.

1.8.0

22 January 2021

  • 🌟 Added support for emulated builds! You can now build manylinux wheels on ARM64aarch64, as well as ppc64le and 's390x'. To build under emulation, register QEMU via binfmt_misc and set the CIBW_ARCHS_LINUX option to the architectures you want to run. See this FAQ entry for more information. (#482)
  • ✨ Added CIBW_TEST_SKIP option. This allows you to choose certain builds whose tests you'd like to skip. This might be useful when running a slow test suite under emulation, for example. (#537)
  • ✨ Added curly-{brace,bracket,paren} style globbing to CIBW_BUILD and CIBW_SKIP. This gives more expressivity, letting you do things like CIBW_BUILD=cp39-manylinux_{aarch64,ppc64le}. (#527)
  • 🛠 cibuildwheel will now exit with an error if it's called with options that skip all builds on a platform. This feature can be disabled by adding --allow-empty on the command line. (#545)

1.7.4

2 January 2021

  • 🐛 Fix the PyPy virtualenv patch to work on macOS 10.14 (#506)

1.7.3

1 January 2021

  • 🛠 Added a patch for Pypy to ensure header files are available for building in a virtualenv. (#502)
  • 🛠 Some preparatory work towards using cibuildwheel as a GitHub Action. Check out the FAQ for information on how to use it. We'll be fully updating the docs to this approach in a subsequent release (#494)

1.7.2

21 December 2020

  • 🛠 Update dependencies, notably wheel==0.36.2 and pip==20.3.3, and CPython to their latest bugfix releases (#489)
  • 📚 Switch to a GitHub example in the README (#479)
  • 📚 Create Working Examples table, with many projects that use cibuildwheel (#474)
  • 📚 Import Working Examples table and Changelog to docs

1.7.1

3 December 2020

  • 🛠 Update manylinux2010 image to resolve issues with 'yum' repositories (#472)

1.7.0

26 November 2020

  • ✨ New logging format, that uses 'fold groups' in CI services that support it. (#458)
  • 🛠 Update PyPy to 7.3.3 (#460)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug where CIBW_BEFORE_ALL runs with a very old version of Python on Linux. (#464)

1.6.4

31 October 2020

  • 🐛 Fix crash on Appveyor during nuget install due to old system CA certificates. We now use certifi's CA certs to download files. (#455)

1.6.3

12 October 2020

  • 🐛 Fix missing SSL certificates on macOS (#447)
  • 🛠 Update OpenSSL Python 3.5 patch to 1.1.1h on macOS (#449)

1.6.2

9 October 2020

  • ✨ Python 3.9 updated to the final release version - v3.9.0 (#440)
  • 🛠 Pypy updated to v7.3.2, adding alpha support for Python 3.7 (#430)

1.6.1

20 September 2020

  • 🛠 Add PPC64LE manylinux image supporting Python 3.9. (#436)
  • 📚 Add project URLs to PyPI listing (#428)

1.6.0

9 September 2020

  • 🌟 Add Python 3.9 support! This initial support uses release candidate builds. You can start publishing wheels for Python 3.9 now, ahead of the official release. (#382)

Minor note - if you're building PPC64LE wheels, the manylinux image pinned by this version is still on Python 3.9b3, not a release candidate. We'd advise holding off on distributing 3.9 ppc64le wheels until a subsequent version of cibuildwheel.

  • 🌟 Add Gitlab CI support. Gitlab CI can now build Linux wheels, using cibuildwheel. (#419)
  • 🐛 Fix a bug that causes pyproject.toml dependencies to fail to install on Windows (#420)
  • 📚 Added some information about Windows VC++ runtimes and how they relate to wheels.

1.5.5

22 July 2020

  • 🐛 Fix a bug that would cause command substitutions in CIBW_ENVIRONMENT to produce no output on Linux (#411)
  • 🐛 Fix regression (introduced in 1.5.3) which caused BEFORE_BUILD and BEFORE_ALL to be executed in the wrong directory (#410)

1.5.4

19 June 2020

  • 🐛 Fix a bug that would cause command substitutions in CIBW_ENVIRONMENT variables to not interpret quotes in commands correctly (#406, #408)

1.5.3

19 July 2020

  • 🛠 Update CPython 3.8 to 3.8.3 (#405)
  • 🛠 Internal refactoring of Linux build, to move control flow into Python (#386)

1.5.2

8 July 2020

  • 🐛 Fix an issue on Windows where pyproject.toml would cause an error when some requirements formats were used. (#401)
  • 🛠 Update CPython 3.7 to 3.7.8 (#394)

1.5.1

25 June 2020

  • 🐛 Fix "OSError: [WinError 17] The system cannot move the file to a different disk drive" on GitHub Actions (#388, #389)

1.5.0

24 June 2020

  • 🌟 Add CIBW_BEFORE_ALL option, which lets you run a command on the build machine before any wheels are built. This is especially useful when building on Linux, to make something external to Python, or to yum install a dependency. (#342)
  • ✨ Added support for projects using pyproject.toml instead of setup.py (#360, #358)
  • ✨ Added workaround to allow Python 3.5 on Windows to pull dependencies from pyproject.toml. (#358)
  • 📚 Improved GitHub Actions examples and docs (#354, #362)
  • 🐛 Ensure pip wheel uses the specified package, and doesn't build a wheel from PyPI (#369)
  • 🛠 Internal changes: using pathlib.Path, precommit hooks, testing improvements.

1.4.2

25 May 2020

  • 🛠 Dependency updates, including CPython 3.8.3 & manylinux images.
  • 🛠 Lots of internal updates - type annotations and checking using mypy, and a new integration testing system.
  • ⚠️ Removed support for running cibuildwheel using Python 3.5. cibuildwheel will continue to build Python 3.5 wheels until EOL.

1.4.1

4 May 2020

  • 🐛 Fix a bug causing programs running inside the i686 manylinux images to think they were running x86_64 and target the wrong architecture. (#336, #338)

1.4.0

2 May 2020

  • 🌟 Deterministic builds. cibuildwheel now locks the versions of the tools it uses. This means that pinning your version of cibuildwheel pins the versions of pip, setuptools, manylinux etc. that are used under the hood. This should make things more reliable. But note that we don't control the entire build environment on macOS and Windows, where the version of Xcode and Visual Studio can still effect things.

This can be controlled using the CIBW_DEPENDENCY_VERSIONS and manylinux image options - if you always want to use the latest toolchain, you can still do that, or you can specify your own pip constraints file and manylinux image. (#256)

  • ✨ Added package_dir command line option, meaning we now support building a package that lives in a subdirectory and pulls in files from the wider project. See the package_dir option help for more information.

Note that this change makes the working directory (where you call cibuildwheel from) relevant on Linux, as it's considered the 'project' and will be copied into the Docker container. If your builds are slower on this version, that's likely the reason. cd to your project and then call cibuildwheel from there. (#319, #295)

  • 🛠 On macOS, we make MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET default to 10.9 if it's not set. This should make things more consistent between Python versions.
  • 🛠 Dependency updates - CPython 3.7.7, CPython 2.7.18, Pypy 7.3.1.

1.3.0

12 March 2020

  • 🌟 Add support for building on GitHub Actions! Check out the docs for information on how to set it up. (#194)
  • ✨ Add the CIBW_BEFORE_TEST option, which lets you run a command to prepare the environment before your tests are run. (#242)

1.2.0

8 March 2020

  • 🌟 Add support for building PyPy wheels, across Manylinux, macOS, and Windows. (#185)
  • 🌟 Added the ability to build ARM64 (aarch64), ppc64le, and s390x wheels, using manylinux2014 and Travis CI. (#273)
  • ✨ You can now build macOS wheels on Appveyor. (#230)
  • 🛠 Changed default macOS minimum target to 10.9, from 10.6. This allows the use of more modern C++ libraries, among other things. (#156)
  • 🛠 Stop building universal binaries on macOS. We now only build x86_64 wheels on macOS. (#220)
  • ✨ Allow chaining of commands using && and || on Windows inside CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD and CIBW_TEST_COMMAND. (#293)
  • 🛠 Improved error reporting for failed Cython builds due to stale .so files (#263)
  • 🛠 Update CPython from 3.7.5 to 3.7.6 and from 3.8.0 to 3.8.2 on Mac/Windows
  • 🛠 Improved error messages when a bad config breaks cibuildwheel's PATH variable. (#264)
  • ⚠️ Removed support for running cibuildwheel on Python 2.7. cibuildwheel will continue to build Python 2.7 wheels for a little while. (#265)

1.1.0

7 December 2019

  • 🌟 Add support for building manylinux2014 wheels. To use, set CIBW_MANYLINUX_X86_64_IMAGE and CIBW_MANYLINUX_I686_IMAGE to manylinux2014.
  • ✨ Add support for Linux on Appveyor (#204, #207)
  • ✨ Add CIBW_REPAIR_WHEEL_COMMAND env variable, for changing how auditwheel or delocate are invoked, or testing an equivalent on Windows. (#211)
  • 📚 Added some travis example configs - these are available in /examples. (#228)

1.0.0

10 November 2019

  • 🌟 Add support for building Python 3.8 wheels! (#180)
  • 🌟 Add support for building manylinux2010 wheels. cibuildwheel will now build using the manylinux2010 images by default. If your project is still manylinux1 compatible, you should get both manylinux1 and manylinux2010 wheels - you can upload both to PyPI. If you always require manylinux1 wheels, you can build using the old manylinux1 image using the manylinux image option. (#155)
  • 📚 Documentation is now on its own mini-site, rather than on the README (#169)
  • ✨ Add support for building Windows wheels on Travis CI. (#160)
  • 🛠 If you set CIBW_TEST_COMMAND, your tests now run in a virtualenv. (#164)
  • 🛠 Windows now uses Python as installed by nuget, rather than the versions installed by the various CI providers. (#180)
  • 🛠 Update Python from 2.7.16 to 2.7.17 and 3.7.4 to 3.7.5 on macOS (#171)
  • ⚠️ Removed support for Python 3.4 (#168)

0.12.0

29 September 2019

  • ✨ Add CIBW_TEST_EXTRAS option, to allow testing using extra_require options. For example, set CIBW_TEST_EXTRAS=test,qt to make the wheel installed with pip install <wheel_file>[test,qt]
  • 🛠 Update Python from 3.7.2 to 3.7.4 on macOS
  • 🛠 Update OpenSSL patch to 1.0.2t on macOS

0.11.1

28 May 2019

  • 🐛 Fix missing file in the release tarball, that was causing problems with Windows builds (#141)

0.11.0

26 May 2019

  • 🌟 Add support for building on Azure pipelines! This lets you build all Linux, Mac and Windows wheels on one service, so it promises to be the easiest to set up! Check out the quickstart in the docs, or cibuildwheel-azure-example for an example project. (#126, #132)
  • 🛠 Internal change - the end-to-end test projects format was updated, so we can more precisely assert what should be produced for each one. (#136, #137).

0.10.2

10 March 2019

  • 🛠 Revert temporary fix in macOS, that was working around a bug in pip 19 (#129)
  • 🛠 Update Python to 2.7.16 on macOS
  • 🛠 Update OpenSSL patch to 1.0.2r on macOS

0.10.1

3 February 2019

  • 🐛 Fix build stalling on macOS (that was introduced in pip 19) (#122)
  • 🐛 Fix "AttributeError: 'Popen' object has no attribute 'args'" on Python 2.7 for Linux builds (#108)
  • 🛠 Update Python from 3.6.7, 3.7.1 to 3.6.8, 3.7.2 on macOS
  • 🛠 Update openssl patch from 1.0.2p to 1.0.2q on macOS
  • 🛠 Sorting build options dict items when printing preamble (#114)

0.10.0

23 September 2018

  • 🌟 Add CIBW_BUILD option, for specifying which specific builds to perform (#101)
  • 🌟 Add support for building Mac and Linux on CircleCI (#91, #97)
  • 🛠 Improved support for building universal wheels (#95)
  • 🛠 Ensure log output is unbuffered and therefore in the correct order (#92)
  • 🛠 Improved error reporting for errors that occur inside a package's setup.py (#88)
  • ⚠️ Removed support for Python 3.3 on Windows.

0.9.4

29 July 2018

  • 🛠 CIBW_TEST_COMMAND now runs in a shell on Mac (as well as Linux) (#81)

0.9.3

10 July 2018

  • 🛠 Update to Python 3.6.6 on macOS (#82)
  • ✨ Add support for building Python 3.7 wheels on Windows (#76)
  • ⚠️ Deprecated support for Python 3.3 on Windows.

0.9.2

1 July 2018

  • 🛠 Update Python 3.7.0rc1 to 3.7.0 on macOS (#79)

0.9.1

18 June 2018

  • 🛠 Removed the need to use {python} and {pip} in CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD statements, by ensuring the correct version is always on the path at python and pip instead. (#60)
  • 🛠 We now patch the _ssl module on Python 3.4 and 3.5 so these versions can still make SSL web requests using TLS 1.2 while building. (#71)

0.9.0

18 June 2018

  • ✨ Add support for Python 3.7 (#73)

0.8.0

4 May 2018

  • ⚠️ Drop support for Python 3.3 on Linux (#67)
  • 🐛 Fix TLS by updating setuptools (#69)

0.7.1

2 April 2017

  • 🐛 macOS: Fix Pip bugs resulting from PyPI TLS 1.2 enforcement
  • 🐛 macOS: Fix brew Python3 version problems in the CI

0.7.0

7 January 2018

  • ✨ You can now specify a custom docker image using the CIBW_MANYLINUX1_X86_64_IMAGE and CIBW_MANYLINUX1_I686_IMAGE options. (#46)
  • 🐛 Fixed a bug where cibuildwheel would download and build a package from PyPI(!) instead of building the package on the local machine. (#51)

0.6.0

9 October 2017

  • ✨ On the Linux build, the host filesystem is now accessible via /host (#36)
  • 🐛 Fixed a bug where setup.py scripts would run the wrong version of Python when running subprocesses on Linux (#35)

0.5.1

10 September 2017

  • 🐛 Fixed a couple of bugs on Python 3.
  • ✨ Added experimental support for Mac builds on Bitrise.io

0.5.0

7 September 2017

  • CIBW_ENVIRONMENT added. You can now set environment variables for each build, even within the Docker container on Linux. This is a big one! (#21)
  • CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD now runs in a system shell on all platforms. You can now do things like CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD="cmd1 && cmd2". (#32)

0.4.1

14 August 2017

  • 🐛 Fixed a bug on Windows where subprocess' output was hidden (#23)
  • 🐛 Fixed a bug on AppVeyor where logs would appear in the wrong order due to output buffering (#24, thanks @YannickJadoul!)

0.4.0

23 July 2017

  • 🐛 Fixed a bug that was increasing the build time by building the wheel twice. This was a problem for large projects that have a long build time. If you're upgrading and you need the old behaviour, use CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD={pip} install ., or install exactly the dependencies you need in CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD. See #18.

0.3.0

27 June 2017

  • ⚠️ Removed Python 2.6 support on Linux (#12)

0.2.1

11 June 2017

  • 🛠 Changed the build process to install the package before building the wheel - this allows direct dependencies to be installed first (#9, thanks @tgarc!)
  • ✨ Added Python 3 support for the main process, for systems where Python 3 is the default (#8, thanks @tgarc).

0.2.0

13 April 2017

  • ✨ Added CIBW_SKIP option, letting users explicitly skip a build
  • ✨ Added CIBW_BEFORE_BUILD option, letting users run a shell command before the build starts

0.1.3

31 March 2017

  • 🌟 First public release!