File python-javaproperties.changes of Package python-javaproperties

Wed Mar  6 14:31:15 UTC 2024 - John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <>

- Switch package to modern Python Stack on SLE-15
  + Add %{?sle15_python_module_pythons}

Mon Apr  3 09:02:47 UTC 2023 -

- version update to 0.8.1
  v0.8.1 (2021-10-05)
  - Fix a typing issue in Python 3.9
  - Support Python 3.10
  v0.8.0 (2020-11-28)
  - Drop support for Python 2.7, 3.4, and 3.5
  - Support Python 3.9
  - `ensure_ascii` parameter added to `PropertiesFile.dump()` and
  - **Bugfix**: When parsing XML input, empty `<entry>` tags now produce an empty
    string as a value, not `None`
  - Added type annotations
  - `Properties` and `PropertiesFile` no longer raise `TypeError` when given a
    non-string key or value, as type correctness is now expected to be enforced
    through static type checking
  - The `PropertiesElement` classes returned by `parse()` are no longer
    subclasses of `namedtuple`, but they can still be iterated over to retrieve
    their fields like a tuple
- python-six is not required

Thu Apr 16 12:19:12 UTC 2020 -

- version update to 0.7.0
  v0.7.0 (2020-03-09)
  - `parse()` now accepts strings as input
  - **Breaking**: `parse()` now returns a generator of custom objects instead of
    triples of strings
  - Gave `PropertiesFile` a settable `timestamp` property
  - Gave `PropertiesFile` a settable `header_comment` property
  - Handle unescaping surrogate pairs on narrow Python builds
  v0.6.0 (2020-02-28)
  - Include changelog in the Read the Docs site
  - Support Python 3.8
  - When dumping a value that begins with more than one space, only escape the
    first space in order to better match Java's behavior
  - Gave `dump()`, `dumps()`, `escape()`, and `join_key_value()` an
    `ensure_ascii` parameter for optionally not escaping non-ASCII characters in
  - Gave `dump()` and `dumps()` an `ensure_ascii_comments` parameter for
    controlling what characters in the `comments` parameter are escaped
  - Gave `to_comment()` an `ensure_ascii` parameter for controlling what
    characters are escaped
  - Added a custom encoding error handler `'javapropertiesreplace'` that encodes
    invalid characters as `\uXXXX` escape sequences
- really test the package

Tue Nov 26 12:33:45 UTC 2019 - John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <>

- Initial build
  + Version 0.5.2
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