When building PySide2 (5.9 branch) against Qt 5.10, the resulting wheel is called e.g. PySide2-5.9-cp36-cp36m-macosx_10_6_intel.whl. The "PySide2-5.9" part is confusing, as I intended this to be a PySide2 version with bindings against Qt 5.10 (not 5.9).
Would it not be better to either;
1) Name the wheel based on the Qt version detected
2) Maintain PySide2 branches which naming correspond to the intended Qt version. This way, the "dev" branch could still be used and wheels can be named "PySide2-dev...".
or (in my opinion)
3) maintain a proper version string
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