File python-beautifulsoup.changes of Package python-beautifulsoup

Mon Jul 15 12:07:21 UTC 2013 -

- Use upstream URL
- Run testsuite

Mon Feb 11 10:05:58 UTC 2013 -

- Spec file cleanup, should fix 12.1 build

Tue Feb 21 19:47:47 UTC 2012 -

- Update to 3.2.1
  * Substitute XML entities for angle brackets and bare ampersands within
    strings, not just within attribute values. This prevents a possible
    cross-site scripting attack when Beautiful Soup is used to sanitize HTML.

Fri Dec  9 08:43:38 UTC 2011 -

- fix license to be in format

Fri Nov 25 07:18:06 UTC 2011 -

- Update to 3.2.0
  - Gave the stable series a higher version number than the unstable series,
    to make it very clear which series most people should be using.
  - When creating a Tag object, you can specify its attributes as a dict
    rather than as a list of 2-tuples.

Tue Jul  6 07:56:02 UTC 2010 -

- fix dates in changelog

Sat Apr 10 19:20:07 UTC 2010 -

- Update to;
- Spec file cleaned with spec-cleaner.

Fri Jan  8 18:38:49 UTC 2010 -

- Update to 3.0.8;
- Building as noarch for openSUSE >= 11.2.

Fri Dec  9 00:00:00 BRST 2008 -

- Update to 3.0.7a
 - Release 3.0.7a (2008/07/03)
   - Added an import that makes BS work in Python 2.3.

 - Release 3.0.7 (2008/06/22)
   - Fixed a UnicodeDecodeError when unpickling documents that contain non-ASCII characters.
   - Fixed a TypeError that occured in some circumstances when a tag contained no text.
   - Jump through hoops to avoid the use of chardet, which can be slow in some circumstances. UTF-8 documents should never trigger the use of chardet.
   - Whitespace is preserved inside <pre> and <textarea> tags that contain nothing but whitespace.
   - Beautiful Soup can now parse a doctype that's scoped to an XML namespace.

- Update to 3.0.6
 - Release 3.0.6 (2008/04/26)
   - Added a Tag.decompose() method to disconnect a tree or subset, breaking it into bite-sized pieces for the garbage collecter to collect.
   - Got rid of a very old debug line that prevented chardet from working.
   - Tag.extract() now returns the tag that was extracted.
   - Tag.findNext() now does something with the keyword arguments you pass it instead of dropping them on the floor.
   - Fixed a Unicode conversion bug.
   - Fixed a bug that garbled some tags when rewriting them.

Fri Dec 18 00:00:00 BRST 2007 -

- Update to 3.0.5:
  - Beautiful Soup is now licensed under a BSD-style license
  - Soup objects can now be pickled, and copied with copy.deepcopy
  - Tag.append now works properly on existing BS objects. (It wasn't originally
    intended for outside use, but it can be now.) (Giles Radford)
  - Passing in a nonexistent encoding will no longer crash the parser on Python
    2.4 (John Nagle)
  - Fixed an underlying bug in SGMLParser that thinks ASCII has 255 characters
    instead of 127 (John Nagle)
  - Entities are converted more consistently to Unicode characters
  - Entity references in attribute values are now converted to Unicode
    characters when appropriate. Numeric entities are always converted, because
    SGMLParser always converts them outside of attribute values
  - ALL_ENTITIES happens to just be the XHTML entities, so I renamed it to
  - The regular expression for bare ampersands was too loose. In some cases
    ampersands were not being escaped. (Sam Ruby?)
  - Non-breaking spaces and other special Unicode space characters are no
    longer folded to ASCII spaces. (Robert Leftwich)
  - Information inside a TEXTAREA tag is now parsed literally, not as HTML
    tags. TEXTAREA now works exactly the same way as SCRIPT. (Zephyr Fang)

Sun Apr 23 00:00:00 BRT 2007 -

- Update to 3.0.4:
  - Fixed a bug that crashed Unicode conversion in some cases
  - Fixed a bug that prevented UnicodeDammit from being used as a general-
    purpose data scrubber
  - Fixed some unit test failures when running against Python 2.5
  - When considering whether to convert smart quotes, UnicodeDammit now looks
    at the original encoding in a case-insensitive way

Sun Aug 30 00:00:00 BRT 2006 -

- Initial release
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