python-starlark-go 1.0.0 is now available

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Version 1.0.0 of python-starlark-go is now available on PyPI.

This comes hot on the heels of the previous release; the universal2 binaries that I published for v0.1.2 turned out to be not-so-universal. Once again, this issue was noticed and fixed by Colin Dean.

There were a couple of different things that prevented us from publishing working universal2 wheels:

As a consequence, we’ve decided it’s simpler to drop universal2, and just publish separate x86_64 and arm64 wheels for macOS. That means we have to publish more wheels, but the upside is that pip will definitely be able to find one that works on your Mac. I also added back i686 wheels for Linux; they had inadvertently been dropped from the previous release.

The embedded version of starlark-go has been updated to the latest available version as of this writing, which is v0.0.0-20230122040757-066229b0515d.

I went ahead and bumped the version to 1.0.0 because there was no reason not to; I consider the code to be feature-complete, I am reasonably certain that everything works as intended, and I have no plans to break the API in the foreseeable future. I intend to follow SemVer for future releases; any breaking changes will come with a major version bump.

The main thing I’d still like to add is pre-built wheels for Windows; if you’re a Windows-loving Pythonista that can help, please stop by the GitHub repo and say hello!