File python-coverage.changes of Package python-coverage

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Thu May 24 11:47:40 UTC 2012 - cfarrell@suse.com

- license update: BSD-2-Clause and (GPL-2.0+ or MIT)
  __init__.py is the only file with a definitive license statement
  (BSD-2-Clause). Also, package contains jquery components (GPL-2.0+ or
  MIT)

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Wed May 23 07:30:26 UTC 2012 - highwaystar.ru@gmail.com

- python3 package added 
- minor spec improvement (files section) 

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Sat Mar 10 16:54:01 UTC 2012 - saschpe@gmx.de

- Simplify macro usage

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Thu Nov 10 11:11:58 UTC 2011 - saschpe@suse.de

- Update to version 3.5.1:
  * The [paths] feature unfortunately didn't work in real world situations
    where you wanted to, you know, report on the combined data.  Now all paths
    stored in the combined file are canonicalized properly.

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Tue Sep 27 08:32:20 UTC 2011 - saschpe@suse.de

- Add python-distribute runtime requirement

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Thu Sep  8 15:43:42 UTC 2011 - saschpe@suse.de

- Update to version 3.5.1b1:
  * for-else constructs are understood better, and don't cause erroneous partial
    branch warnings.  Fixes issue 122.
  * Branch coverage for with statements is improved, fixing issue 128.
  * The number of partial branches reported on the HTML summary page was
    different than the number reported on the individual file pages.  This is
    now fixed.
  * An explicit include directive to measure files in the Python installation
    wouldn't work because of the standard library exclusion.  Now the include
    directive takes precendence, and the files will be measured.  Fixes
    issue 138.
  * The HTML report now handles Unicode characters in Python source files
    properly. This fixes issue 124 and issue 144. Thanks, Devin
    Jeanpierre.
  * In order to help the core developers measure the test coverage of the
    standard library, Brandon Rhodes devised an aggressive hack to trick Python
    into running some coverage code before anything else in the process.
    See the coverage/fullcoverage directory if you are interested.
  ...see CHANGES.txt for more
- Spec file cleanup:
  * Use python-distribute instead of python-setuptools
  * Changed license to BSD-3-Clause (SPDX style)

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Fri May  6 12:32:26 UTC 2011 - saschpe@suse.de

- Update to version 3.4:
  + The XML report is now sorted by package name, fixing issue 88.
  + Programs that exited with sys.exit() with no argument weren't handled
    properly, producing a coverage.py stack trace.  That is now fixed.
- Changes from version 3.3.1:
  + Using parallel=True in .coveragerc file prevented reporting, but now does
    not, fixing issue 49.
  + When running your code with "coverage run", if you call sys.exit(),
    coverage.py will exit with that status code, fixing issue 50.
- Added documentation (AUTHORS.txt, CHANGES.txt and README.txt)
- Addded changes file

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Sat Aug 22 12:00:00 UTC 2009 - cfarrell1980@gmail.com

- Require setuptools

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Thu May 28 12:00:00 UTC 2009 - cfarrell1980@gmail.com

- Initial import