File python3-six.changes of Package python3-six

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Sun May  8 07:06:19 UTC 2016 - arun@gmx.de

- specfile:
  * changed to https for source url
  * updated source url to files.pythonhosted.org


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Thu Jan 28 11:06:19 UTC 2016 - tchvatal@suse.com

- Fix issue with directory -> folder cpio error

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Tue Jan 19 09:07:19 UTC 2016 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- Run tests in -doc package to avoid dependency loops
  * python3-setuptools -> python3-six -> python3-py -> python3-setuptools
  * python3-setuptools -> python3-six -> python3-pytest -> python3-setuptools
- Actually run the tests.  They weren't previously being run.

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Thu Oct  8 16:41:39 UTC 2015 - arun@gmx.de

- update to version 1.10.0:
  * Issue #122: Improve the performance of `six.int2byte` on Python 3.
  * Pull request #55 and issue #99: Don't add the `winreg` module to
    `six.moves` on non-Windows platforms.
  * Pull request #60 and issue #108: Add `six.moves.getcwd` and
    `six.moves.getcwdu`.
  * Pull request #64: Add `create_unbound_method` to create unbound
    methods.

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Wed Jul  8 13:13:43 UTC 2015 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- Split documentation into separate package to avoid build loop

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Wed Jan  7 22:31:26 UTC 2015 - arun@gmx.de

- specfile: update copyright year

- update to version 1.9.0:
  * Issue #106: Support the `flush` parameter to `six.print_`.
  * Pull request #48 and issue #15: Add the `python_2_unicode_compatible`
    decorator.
  * Pull request #57 and issue #50: Add several compatibility methods for unittest
    assertions that were renamed between Python 2 and 3.
  * Issue #105 and pull request #58: Ensure `six.wraps` respects the *updated* and
    *assigned* arguments.
  * Issue #102: Add `raise_from` to abstract out Python 3's raise from syntax.
  * Issue #97: Optimize `six.iterbytes` on Python 2.
  * Issue #98: Fix `six.moves` race condition in multi-threaded code.
  * Pull request #51: Add `six.view(keys|values|itmes)`, which provide dictionary
    views on Python 2.7+.

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Tue Sep 16 12:05:57 UTC 2014 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- update to version 1.8.0:
  * Issue #90: Add six.moves.shlex_quote.
  * Issue #59: Add six.moves.intern.
  * Add six.urllib.parse.uses_(fragment|netloc|params|query|relative).
  * Issue #88: Fix add_metaclass when the class has __slots__ containing
  "__weakref__" or "__dict__".
  * Issue #89: Make six use absolute imports.
  * Issue #85: Always accept *updated* and *assigned* arguments for wraps().
  * Issue #86: In reraise(), instantiate the exception if the second argument is
  None.
  * Pull request #45: Add six.moves.email_mime_nonmultipart.
  * Issue #81: Add six.urllib.request.splittag mapping.
  * Issue #80: Add six.urllib.request.splituser mapping.
- update to 1.7.3:
  - Issue #77: Fix import six on Python 3.4 with a custom loader.
  - Issue #74: six.moves.xmlrpc_server should map to SimpleXMLRPCServer on Python
    2 as documented not xmlrpclib.
- update to 1.7.2:
  - Issue #72: Fix installing on Python 2.
  - Issue #71: Make the six.moves meta path importer handle reloading of the six
  module gracefully.
  - Pull request #30: Implement six.moves with a PEP 302 meta path hook.
  - Pull request #32: Add six.wraps, which is like functools.wraps but always sets
  the __wrapped__ attribute.
  - Pull request #35: Improve add_metaclass, so that it doesn't end up inserting
  another class into the hierarchy.
  - Pull request #34: Add import mappings for dummy_thread.
  - Pull request #33: Add import mappings for UserDict and UserList.
  - Pull request #31: Select the implementations of dictionary iterator routines
  at import time for a 20% speed boost.

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Thu May  8 11:52:39 UTC 2014 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- update to 1.6.1:
  - Raise an AttributeError for six.moves.X when X is a module not available in
    the current interpreter.
  - Raise an AttributeError for every attribute of unimportable modules.
  - Issue #56: Make the fake modules six.moves puts into sys.modules appear not to
    have a __path__ unless they are loaded.
  - Pull request #28: Add support for SplitResult.
  - Issue #55: Add move mapping for xmlrpc.server.
  - Pull request #29: Add move for urllib.parse.splitquery.

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Mon Feb 24 13:43:20 UTC 2014 - mvyskocil@suse.com

- update to 1.5.2
  - Removed support for Python 2.4. This is because py.test no longer
    supports 2.4.
  - Fix various import problems including issues #19 and #41. six.moves
    modules are now lazy wrappers over the underlying modules instead
    of the actual modules themselves.
  - Issue #49: Add six.moves mapping for tkinter.ttk.
  - Pull request #24: Add __dir__ special method to six.moves modules.
  - Issue #47: Fix add_metaclass on classes with a string for the
    __slots__ variable.
  - Issue #44: Fix interpretation of backslashes on Python 2 in the u()
    function.
  - Pull request #21: Add import mapping for urllib's proxy_bypass
    function.
  - Issue #43: Add import mapping for the Python 2 xmlrpclib module.
  - Issue #39: Add import mapping for the Python 2 thread module.
  - Issue #40: Add import mapping for the Python 2 gdbm module.
  - Issue #35: On Python versions less than 2.7, print_ now encodes
    unicode strings when outputing to standard streams. (Python 2.7
    handles this automatically.)
- put documentation to python3-six-doc package

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Mon Dec 23 18:50:44 UTC 2013 - ocefpaf@gmail.com

- updated to 1.4.1
  - Issue #32: urllib module wrappings don't work when six is not a toplevel file.
- updates from 1.4.0
  - Issue #31: Add six.moves mapping for UserString.
  - Pull request #12: Add six.add_metaclass, a decorator for adding a metaclass to
    a class.
  - Add six.moves.zip_longest and six.moves.filterfalse, which correspond
    respectively to itertools.izip_longest and itertools.ifilterfalse on Python 2
    and itertools.zip_longest and itertools.filterfalse on Python 3.
  - Issue #25: Add the unichr function, which returns a string for a Unicode
    codepoint.
  - Issue #26: Add byte2int function, which complements int2byte.
  - Add a PY2 constant with obvious semantics.
  - Add helpers for indexing and iterating over bytes: iterbytes and indexbytes.
  - Add create_bound_method() wrapper.
  - Issue #23: Allow multiple base classes to be passed to with_metaclass.
  - Issue #24: Add six.moves.range alias. This exactly the same as the current
    xrange alias.
  - Pull request #5: Create six.moves.urllib, which contains abstractions for a
    bunch of things which are in urllib in Python 3 and spread out across urllib,
    urllib2, and urlparse in Python 2.

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Tue Jul 30 07:38:22 UTC 2013 - speilicke@suse.com

- Don't remove __pycache__
- Run testsuite
- Build and package HTML documentation

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Mon Apr 29 11:14:05 UTC 2013 - dmueller@suse.com

- update to 1.3.0:
  - In six.iter(items/keys/values/lists), passed keyword arguments through to the
  underlying method.
  - Add six.iterlists().
  - Fix Jython detection.

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Thu Nov 22 14:18:55 UTC 2012 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- Removed openSUSE 11.4 spec file workarounds

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Wed Sep 12 03:01:59 UTC 2012 - os-dev@jacraig.com

- Update to 1.2.0:
  * Issue #13: Make iterkeys/itervalues/iteritems return iterators on Python 3
    instead of iterables.
  * Issue #11: Fix maxsize support on Jython.
  * Add six.next() as an alias for six.advance_iterator().
  * Use the builtin next() function for advance_iterator() where is available
    (2.6+), not just Python 3.
  * Add the Iterator class for writing portable iterators.

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Tue Jun  5 11:30:58 UTC 2012 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- Initial spec file