File python-dogpile.cache.changes of Package python-dogpile.cache

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Mon Apr 23 12:54:25 UTC 2018 - dmueller@suse.com

- skip lock tests, they fail frequently (bsc#1086987)

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Fri Apr 20 07:50:52 UTC 2018 - dmueller@suse.com

- for testing purposes drop dogpile.cache-tests_more_slow_waiters.patch

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Thu Apr 19 13:00:53 UTC 2018 - dmueller@suse.com

- only run generic tests using pytest (bsc#1089564)

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Tue Mar 27 00:44:45 CEST 2018 - ro@suse.de

- update to 0.6.5:
  * Fixed import issue for Python 3.7 where several variables named
    "async" were, leading to syntax errors.
  * drop dogpile-threading.patch (upstreamed)

- add dogpile.cache-tests_more_slow_waiters.patch (bsc#1086987)
  increase number of allowed slow waiters in testsuite
  otherwise this testsuite seems extremely flaky on non-x86_64

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Sun Feb 18 17:35:00 UTC 2018 - dmueller@suse.com

- add  dogpile-threading.patch

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Wed Nov  8 16:29:43 UTC 2017 - alarrosa@suse.com

- Fix broken symlinks created by fdupes on the python3-dogpile.cache package

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Mon Aug 21 16:00:57 UTC 2017 - tbechtold@suse.com

- update to 0.6.4:
  * The method :meth:`.Region.get_or_create_multi` will not pass to the
    cache backend if no values are ultimately to be stored, based on
    the use of the :paramref:`.Region.get_or_create_multi.should_cache_fn`
    function.  This empty dictionary is unnecessary and can cause API
    problems for backends like that of Redis.
  * The :attr:`.api.NO_VALUE` constant now has a fixed ``__repr__()``
    output, so that scenarios where this constant's string value
    ends up being used as a cache key do not create multiple values.
  * A new exception class :class:`.exception.PluginNotFound` is now
    raised when a particular cache plugin class cannot be located
    either as a setuptools entrypoint or as a registered backend.
    Previously, a plain ``Exception`` was thrown.
  * Added ``replace_existing_backend`` to
    :meth:`.CacheRegion.configure_from_config`.

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Sat May  6 03:31:54 UTC 2017 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- Fix Provides/Obsoletes.

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Wed Mar  1 14:02:39 UTC 2017 - aloisio@gmx.com

- Converted to single-spec

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Wed Aug 31 10:47:40 UTC 2016 - tbechtold@suse.com

- update to 0.6.2:
  * Added a new system to allow custom plugins specific to the issue of
    "invalidate the entire region", using a new base class
    :class:`.RegionInvalidationStrategy`. As there are many potential
    strategies to this (special backend function, storing special keys, etc.)
     the mechanism for both soft and hard invalidation is now customizable.
    New approaches to region invalidation can be contributed as documented
    recipes.
  * Added a new cache key generator :func:`.kwarg_function_key_generator`,
    which takes keyword arguments as well as positional arguments into
    account when forming the cache key.
  * Restored some more util symbols that users may have been relying upon
    (although these were not necessarily intended as user-facing):
    ``dogpile.cache.util.coerce_string_conf``,
    ``dogpile.cache.util.KeyReentrantMutex``,
    ``dogpile.cache.util.memoized_property``,
    ``dogpile.cache.util.PluginLoader``,
    ``dogpile.cache.util.to_list``.
  * Drop 0001-Link-moved-functions-in-dogpile.cache.util.patch
    applied upstream

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Mon Jul  4 08:00:04 UTC 2016 - tbechtold@suse.com

- Use pypi.io for Source url

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Fri Jul  1 14:38:37 UTC 2016 - tbechtold@suse.com

- dogpile.core was merged into dogpile.cache .
  See https://gerrit.sqlalchemy.org/#/c/89/
  So dogpile.core is no longer a Require.
- Add 0001-Link-moved-functions-in-dogpile.cache.util.patch
  For backward compat.

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Tue Jun  7 09:48:08 UTC 2016 - aloisio@gmx.com

- Update to version 0.6.1
    bug:
  * Fixed imports for dogpile.core restoring ReadWriteMutex
    and NameRegistry into the base namespace, in addition to
    dogpile.core.nameregistry and dogpile.core.readwrite_lock.
  version 0.6.0
    feature:
  * The dogpile.core library has been rolled in as part of the
    dogpile.cache distribution. The configuration of the
    dogpile name as a namespace package is also removed from
    dogpile.cache. In order to allow existing installations of
    dogpile.core as a separate package to remain unaffected,
    the .core package has been retired within dogpile.cache
    directly; the Lock class is now available directly as
    dogpile.Lock and the additional dogpile.core constructs
    are under the dogpile.util namespace.
    Additionally, the long-deprecated dogpile.core.Dogpile
    and dogpile.core.SyncReaderDogpile classes have been
    removed.
    bug:
  * The Redis backend now creates a copy of the “arguments”
    dictionary passed to it, before popping values out of it.
    This prevents the given dictionary from losing its keys.
  * Fixed bug in “null” backend where NullLock did not accept
    a flag for the NullLock.acquire() method, nor did it return
    a boolean value for “success”.

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Mon Mar  7 07:47:48 UTC 2016 - tbechtold@suse.com

- update to 0.5.7:
  * Added new parameter :paramref:`.GenericMemcachedBackend.lock_timeout`,
    used in conjunction with :paramref:`.GenericMemcachedBackend.distributed_lock`,
    will specify the timeout used when communicating to the ``.add()`` method of
    the memcached client.
  * Added a new flag :paramref:`.CacheRegion.configure.replace_existing_backend`,
    allows a region to have a new backend replace an existing one.
  * Test suite now runs using py.test.
  * Repaired the :meth:`.CacheRegion.get_multi` method when used with a
    list of zero length against the redis backend.

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Mon May  4 11:45:10 UTC 2015 - benoit.monin@gmx.fr

- update to version 0.5.6:
  * Changed the pickle protocol for the file/DBM backend to
    pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL when producing new pickles, to match
    that of the redis and memorypickle backends. Pull request
    courtesy anentropic.
- additional changes from version 0.5.5:
  * Added new arguments
    CacheRegion.cache_on_arguments.function_key_generator and
    CacheRegion.cache_multi_on_arguments.function_multi_key_generator
    which serve as per-decorator replacements for the region-wide
    CacheRegion.function_key_generator and
    CacheRegion.function_multi_key_generator parameters,
    respectively, so that custom key production schemes can be
    applied on a per-function basis within one region. Pull request
    courtesy Hongbin Lu.
  * Fixed bug where sending -1 for the
    CacheRegion.get_or_create.expiration_time parameter to
    CacheRegion.get_or_create() or
    CacheRegion.get_or_create_multi() would fail to honor the
    setting as “no expiration time”. Pull request courtesy Hongbin
    Lu.
  * The wrap argument is now propagated when calling
    CacheRegion.configure_from_config(). Pull request courtesy
    Jonathan Vanasco.
  * Fixed tests under py.test, which were importing a symbol from
    pytest itself is_unittest which has been removed.
- add fdupes as BuildRequires and call it after install

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Mon Sep 15 09:03:52 UTC 2014 - tbechtold@suse.com

- Update to version 0.5.4:
  * Added new :class:`.NullBackend`, for testing and cache-disabling
    purposes.  Pull request courtesy Wichert Akkerman.
  * Added missing Mako test dependency to setup.py.
    Pull request courtesy Wichert Akkerman.
  * Fixed bug where calling :meth:`.CacheRegion.get_multi` or
    :meth:`.CacheRegion.set_multi` with an empty list would cause failures
    based on backend.  Pull request courtesy Wichert Akkerman.
  * Added new :paramref:`.RedisBackend.connection_pool` option
    on the Redis backend; this can be passed a ``redis.ConnectionPool``
    instance directly.  Pull request courtesy Masayuko.
  * Added new :paramref:`.RedisBackend.socket_timeout` option
    on the Redis backend.  Pull request courtesy
    Saulius Menkevičius.
  * Added support for tests to run via py.test.
  *  Repaired the entry point for Mako templates; the name of the entrypoint
    itself was wrong vs. what was in the docs, but beyond that the entrypoint
    would load the wrong module name.  Pull request courtesy zoomorph.
  * The :func:`.coerce_string_conf` function, which is used by
    :meth:`.Region.configure_from_config`, will now recognize floating point
    values when parsing conf strings and deliver them as such; this supports
    non-integer values such as Redis ``lock_sleep``.  Pullreq courtesy
    Jeff Dairiki.

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Mon Jan 13 13:39:05 UTC 2014 - dmueller@suse.com

- update to 0.5.3:
  * Fixed bug where the key_mangler would get in the way of usage of the
  async_creation_runner feature within the :meth:`

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Mon Dec 30 13:58:50 UTC 2013 - dmueller@suse.com

- update to 0.5.2:
  * Added a new argument ``lock_factory`` to the :class:`.DBMBackend`
  * implementation.  This allows for drop-in replacement of the default
  * :class:`.FileLock` backend, which builds on ``os.flock()`` and only
  * supports Unix platforms. 

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Mon Oct 21 13:21:05 UTC 2013 - dmueller@suse.com

- update to 0.5.1:
  * The :meth:`.CacheRegion.invalidate` method now supports an option
  ``hard=True|False``.
  * New dogpile-specific exception classes have been added, so that
  issues like "region already configured", "region unconfigured",
  raise dogpile-specific exceptions.  Other exception classes have

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Mon Sep  2 08:37:12 UTC 2013 - dmueller@suse.com

- Initial package (0.5.0)