Hi everybody, I just came across your awesome support repositories in order to build python for Android and iOS. But then I noticed that you guys mainly work on voc (https://github.com/pybee/voc
) at the moment. Because I am doing some research about cross platform scripting at the moment I am very curious about your reasons to abandon these support repositories (at least the android one) in favour of building voc. I think building a cross-compiler from one language to another one is mainly for performance improvements, isn't it? But, if you do not cross compile to a multiplatform language, supporting multiple platforms becomes a lot harder due the need of writing two cross-compilers, doesn't it? Because Java can not be executed on iOS it seem's like that you have to build another tool now, in order to get iOS working the same way as voc works for Android, right? Otherwise it looks for me like nobody can ensure that python stuff on iOS and Android really behave the same way, because in one way python is interpret by CPython and the other way it's cross compiled into java byte code. What were your reasons to start voc and do I miss something here?