File python-Fabric.changes of Package python-Fabric

Tue Feb 21 11:38:31 UTC 2012 -

- Comment out testsuite requirements for now

Tue Feb 21 09:05:01 UTC 2012 -

- Disabled testsuite for now, python-fudge is to new ;-)

Mon Feb 20 22:15:10 UTC 2012 -

- Update to version 1.4.0:
  * :bug:495 Fixed documentation example showing how to subclass
    ~fabric.tasks.Task. Thanks to Brett Haydon for the catch and Mark Merritt
    for the patch.
  * :bug:410 Fixed a bug where using the ~fabric.decorators.task decorator
    inside/under another decorator such as ~fabric.decorators.hosts could cause
    that task to become invalid when invoked by name (due to how old-style vs
    new-style tasks are detected.) Thanks to Dan Colish for the initial patch.
  * :feature:559 ~fabric.contrib.project.rsync_project now allows users to
    append extra SSH-specific arguments to rsync's --rsh flag.
  * :feature:138 :ref:env.port <port> may now be written to at fabfile module
    level to set a default nonstandard port number. Previously this value was
  * :feature:3 Fabric can now load a subset of SSH config functionality
    directly from your local ~/.ssh/config if :ref:env.use_ssh_config
    <use-ssh-config> is set to True. See :ref:ssh-config for details.
    Thanks to Kirill Pinchuk for the initial patch.
  * :feature:12 Added the ability to try connecting multiple times to
    temporarily-down remote systems, instead of immediately failing. (Default
    behavior is still to only try once.) See :ref:env.timeout <timeout> and
    :ref:env.connection_attempts <connection-attempts> for controlling both
    connection timeouts and total number of attempts. ~fabric.operations.reboot
    has also been overhauled (but practically deprecated -- see its updated
  * :feature:474 ~fabric.tasks.execute now allows you to access the executed
    task's return values, by itself returning a dictionary whose keys are the
    host strings executed against.
  * :bug:487 Overhauled the regular expression escaping performed in
    ~fabric.contrib.files.append and ~fabric.contrib.files.contains to try
    and handle more corner cases. Thanks to Neilen Marais for the patch.
  * :support:532 Reorganized and cleaned up the output of fab --help.
  * :feature:8 Added :option:--skip-bad-hosts/:ref:env.skip_bad_hosts
    <skip-bad-hosts> option to allow skipping past temporarily down/unreachable
  * :feature:13 Env vars may now be set at runtime via the new :option:--set
    command-line flag.
  * :feature:506 A new :ref:output alias <output-aliases>, commands, has
    been added, which allows hiding remote stdout and local "running command X"
    output lines.
  * :feature:72 SSH agent forwarding support has made it into Fabric's SSH
    library, and hooks for using it have been added (disabled by default; use
    :option:-A or :ref:env.forward_agent <forward-agent> to enable.) Thanks
    to Ben Davis for porting an existing Paramiko patch to ssh and providing
    the necessary tweak to Fabric.
- Run testsuite and add related BuildRequires
- BuildRequire python-ssh

Fri Jan 13 04:01:33 UTC 2012 -

- Update to 1.3.4:
  - [Bug] #492: @parallel did not automatically trigger linewise
    output, as was intended. This has been fixed. Thanks to Brandon
    Huey for the catch.
  - [Bug] #510: Parallel mode is incompatible with user input, such
    as password/hostname prompts, and was causing cryptic Operation
    not supported by device errors when such prompts needed to be
    displayed. This behavior has been updated to cleanly and obviously
    abort instead.
  - [Bug] #494: Fixed regression bug affecting some env values such
    as env.port under parallel mode. Symptoms included rsync_project
    bailing out due to a None port value when run under @parallel.
    Thanks to Rob Terhaar for the report.
  - [Bug] #339: Don’t show imported colors members in --list output.
    Thanks to Nick Trew for the report.

Thu Nov 24 00:51:06 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 1.3.3:
  - [Bug] #441: Specifying a task module as a task on the command
    line no longer blows up but presents the usual “no task by that
    name” error message instead. Thanks to Mitchell Hashimoto for
    the catch.
  - [Bug] #475: Allow escaping of equals signs in per-task args/kwargs.
  - [Bug] #450: Improve traceback display when handling
    ImportErrors for dependencies. Thanks to David Wolever for the patches.
  - [Bug] #446: Add QNX to list of secondary-case sed targets.
    Thanks to Rodrigo Madruga for the tip.
  - [Bug] #443: exists didn’t expand tildes; now it does. Thanks to
    Riccardo Magliocchetti for the patch.
  - [Bug] #437: with_settings now correctly preserves the wrapped
    function’s docstring and other attributes. Thanks to Eric Buckley for the catch and Luke Plant for the patch.
  - [Bug] #400: Handle corner case of systems where pwd.getpwuid
    raises KeyError for the user’s UID instead of returning a valid string. Thanks to Dougal Matthews for the catch.
  - [Bug] #397: Some poorly behaved objects in third party modules
    triggered exceptions during Fabric’s “classic or new-style task?” test. A fix has been added which tries to work around these.
  - [Bug] #341: append incorrectly failed to detect that the line(s) given already existed in files hidden to the remote user, and continued appending every time it ran. This has been fixed. Thanks to Dominique Peretti for the catch and Martin Vilcans for the patch.
  - [Bug] #342: Combining cd with put and its use_sudo keyword
    caused an unrecoverable error. This has been fixed. Thanks to
    Egor M for the report.
  - [Bug] #482: Parallel mode should imply linewise output;
    omission of this behavior was an oversight.
  - [Bug] #230: Fix regression re: combo of no fabfile & arbitrary
    command use. Thanks to Ali Saifee for the catch. 

Thu Nov 10 10:49:23 UTC 2011 -

- Update to version 1.3.2:
  * No upstream-provided changes
- Set license to SPDX-style (BSD-2-Clause)

Fri Sep  2 07:44:44 UTC 2011 -

- Fixed link expansion error
- Removed some unneeded stuff

Fri Sep  2 01:19:44 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 1.2.2:
  - [Bug] #252: settings would silently fail to set env values for
    keys which did not exist outside the context manager block. It
    now works as expected. Thanks to Will Maier for the catch and
    suggested solution.
  - [Support] #393: Fixed a typo in an example code snippet in the
    task docs. Thanks to Hugo Garza for the catch.
  - [Bug] #396: --shortlist broke after the addition of --list-format
    and no longer displayed the short list format correctly. This has
    been fixed.
  - [Bug] #373: Re-added missing functionality preventing host exclusion
    from working correctly.
  - [Bug] #303: Updated terminal size detection to correctly skip over
    non-tty stdout, such as when running fab taskname | other_command.
- Aditional changes from version 1.2.1:
  - [Bug] #417: abort_on_prompts would incorrectly abort when set to
    True, even if both password and host were defined. This has been
    fixed. Thanks to Valerie Ishida for the report.
  - [Support] #416: Updated documentation to reflect move from Redmine
    to Github.
  - [Bug] #389: Fixed/improved error handling when Paramiko import
    fails. Thanks to Brian Luft for the catch.

Thu Aug  4 12:03:36 UTC 2011 -

- Fix License clause in spec file.

Wed Jul 13 12:48:33 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 1.2.0:
  - 2011-07-12: released Fabric 1.2.0
  - [Feature] #22: Enhanced @task to add aliasing, per-module default
    tasks, and control over the wrapping task class. Thanks to Travis
    Swicegood for the initial work and collaboration.
  - [Bug] #380: Improved unicode support when testing objects for being
    string-like. Thanks to Jiri Barton for catch & patch.
  - [Support] #382: Experimental overhaul of changelog formatting &
    process to make supporting multiple lines of development less of a

Thu Jun 30 11:10:12 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 1.1.1:
  - The public API for Task mentioned use of the run() method, but
    Fabric’s main execution loop had not been updated to look for
    and call it, forcing users who subclassed Task to define
    __call__() instead. This was an oversight and has been corrected.

Tue Jun  7 23:21:42 UTC 2011 -

- Rename to python-Fabric as following conventions;
- Now BuildRequires and Requires python-distribute instead of

Tue Mar 29 01:21:24 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 1.0.1:
  - #301: Fixed a bug in local‘s behavior when capture=False and
    output.stdout (or .stderr) was also False. Thanks to Chris Rose
    for the catch.
  - #310: Update edge case in put where using the mode kwarg
    alongside use_sudo=True runs a hidden sudo command. The mode
    kwarg needs to be octal but was being interpolated in the sudo
    call as a string/integer. Thanks to Adam Ernst for the catch
    and suggested fix.
  - #311: append was supposed to have its partial kwarg’s default
    flipped from True to False. However, only the documentation was
    altered. This has been fixed. Thanks to Adam Ernst for bringing
    it to our attention.
  - #312: Tweak internal I/O related loops to prevent high CPU
    usage and poor screen-printing behavior on some systems. Thanks
    to Kirill Pinchuk for the initial patch.
  - #320: Some users reported problems with dropped input,
    particularly while entering sudo passwords. This was fixed via
    the same change as for #312.
- Regenerate spec file with py2pack;
- Add README file as documentation.

Sat Mar  5 15:36:59 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 1.0.0:
  - #7: run/sudo now allow full interactivity with the remote end.
    You can interact with remote prompts and similar interfaces,
    making certain tasks much easier, and freeing you from the
    need to find noninteractive solutions if you don’t want to.
    See Interaction with remote programs for more on these changes.
  - put and get received many updates, including but not limited
    to: recursion, globbing, inline sudo capability, and increased
    control over local file paths. See the individual ticket
    line-items below for details. Erich Heine (sophacles on IRC)
    played a large part in implementing and/or collecting these
    changes and deserves much of the credit.
  - Added functionality for loading fabfiles which are Python
    packages (directories) instead of just modules (single files).
    This allows for easier organization of nontrivial fabfiles
    and paves the way for task namespacing in the near future.
    See Fabfile discovery for details.
  - #185: Mostly of interest to those contributing to Fabric
    itself, Fabric now leverages Paramiko to provide a stub SSH
    and SFTP server for use during runs of our test suite. This
    makes quick, configurable full-stack testing of Fabric (and,
    to an extent, user fabfiles) possible.
- To check feature additions and backwards-incompatible changes
  please check:

Sat Feb 19 10:29:31 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 0.9.4:
  - Added documentation for using Fabric as a library.
  - Mentioned our Twitter account on the main docs page.
  - #290: Added escape kwarg to append to allow control over
    previously automatic single-quote escaping.

Mon Nov 15 23:54:11 UTC 2010 -

- Update to 0.9.3;
- Fixed Requires and BuildRequires in spec file.

Wed Sep  8 01:26:05 UTC 2010 -

- Update to 0.9.2.

Sat May 29 11:30:45 UTC 2010 -

- Update to 0.9.1;
- Building as noarch for openSUSE >= 11.2.
- Spec file cleaned with spec-cleaner.

Fri Mar  5 18:14:25 UTC 2010 -

- Update to 0.9.0

Tue Sep 15 11:18:46 UTC 2009 -

- Initial package (0.1.1) for openSUSE.