File saltbundlepy-more-itertools.changes of Package saltbundlepy-more-itertools

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Tue Sep 19 07:58:05 UTC 2023 - Victor Zhestkov <vzhestkov@suse.com>

- Replace fix fdups call in the spec to prevent build fails
  on openSUSE Tumbleweed

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Fri Jul 22 08:43:52 UTC 2022 - Victor Zhestkov <victor.zhestkov@suse.com>

- Place a mildly useful text in the %description section.

- update to 8.10.0:
    * The type stub for :func:`iter_except` was improved (thanks to  MarcinKonowalczyk)
    *  Type stubs now ship with the source release (thanks to saaketp)
    *  The Sphinx docs were improved (thanks to MarcinKonowalczyk)
    * New functions
      * :func:`interleave_evenly` (thanks to mbugert)
      * :func:`repeat_each` (thanks to FinalSh4re)
      * :func:`chunked_even` (thanks to valtron)
      * :func:`map_if` (thanks to sassbalint)
      * :func:`zip_broadcast` (thanks to kalekundert)
    * Changes to existing functions
      * The type stub for :func:`chunked` was improved (thanks to  PhilMacKay)
      * The type stubs for :func:`zip_equal` and `zip_offset` were improved (thanks to maffoo)
      * Building Sphinx docs locally was improved (thanks to MarcinKonowalczyk) 

- update to 8.8.0:
  * :func:`countable` (thanks to krzysieq)
  * :func:`split_before` was updated to handle empy collections (thanks to TiunovNN)
  * :func:`unique_everseen` got a performance boost (thanks to Numerlor)
  * The type hint for :func:`value_chain` was corrected (thanks to vr2262)

- update to 8.7.0:
  * New functions
    * :func:`convolve`
    * :func:`product_index`, :func:`combination_index`, and :func:`permutation_index`
    * :func:`value_chain`
  * Changes to existing functions
    * :func:`distinct_combinations` now uses a non-recursive algorithm
    * :func:`pad_none` is now the preferred name for :func:`padnone`, though the latter remains available.
    * :func:`pairwise` will now use the Python standard library implementation on Python 3.10+
    * :func:`sort_together` now accepts a ``key`` argument
    * :func:`seekable` now has a ``peek`` method, and can indicate whether the iterator it's wrapping is exhausted
    * :func:`time_limited` can now indicate whether its iterator has expired
    * The implementation of :func:`unique_everseen` was improved
  * Other changes:
    * Various documentation updates

- update to 8.6.0:
  * :func:`all_unique` (thanks to brianmaissy)
  * :func:`nth_product` and :func:`nth_permutation` (thanks to N8Brooks)
  * :func:`chunked` and :func:`sliced` now accept a ``strict`` parameter (thanks to shlomif and jtwool)
  * Python 3.5 has reached its end of life and is no longer supported.
  * Python 3.9 is officially supported.

- update to 8.5.0:
  * windowed_complete() (thanks to MarcinKonowalczyk)
  Changes to existing itertools:
  * The is_sorted() implementation was improved (thanks to cool-RR)
  * The groupby_transform() now accepts a reducefunc parameter.
  * The last() implementation was improved (thanks to brianmaissy)
  * Various documentation fixes (thanks to craigrosie, samuelstjean, PiCT0)
  * The tests for distinct_combinations() were improved (thanks to Minabsapi)

- update to 8.4.0:
 * New itertools
 * :func:`mark_ends` (thanks to kalekundert)
 * :func:`is_sorted`
 * Changes to existing itertools:
   * :func:`islice_extended` can now be used with real slices (thanks to cool-RR)
   * The implementations for :func:`filter_except` and :func:`map_except` were improved (thanks to SergBobrovsky)
 * Other changes
   * Automated tests now enforce code style (using `black <https://github.com/psf/black>`__)
   * The various signatures of :func:`islice_extended` and :func:`numeric_range` now appear in the docs (thanks to dsfulf)
   * The test configuration for mypy was updated (thanks to blueyed)

- update to 8.3.0:
  * New itertools
    * :func:`zip_equal` (thanks to frankier and alexmojaki)
    * :func:`split_at`, :func:`split_before`, :func:`split_after`, and :func:`split_when` all got a ``maxsplit`` paramter (thanks to jferard and ilai-deutel)
    * :func:`split_at` now accepts a ``keep_separator`` parameter (thanks to jferard)
    * :func:`distinct_permutations` can now generate ``r``-length permutations (thanks to SergBobrovsky and ilai-deutel)
    * The :func:`windowed` implementation was improved  (thanks to SergBobrovsky)
    * The :func:`spy` implementation was improved (thanks to has2k1)
    * Type stubs are now tested with ``stubtest`` (thankjs to ilai-deutel)
    * Tests now run with ``python -m unittest`` instead of ``python setup.py test`` (thanks to jdufresne)

- update to 8.2.0:
   * The .pyi files for typing were updated. (thanks to blueyed and ilai-deutel)
   * :func:`numeric_range` now behaves more like the built-in :func:`range`. (thanks to jferard)
   * :func:`bucket` now allows for enumerating keys. (thanks to alexchandel)
   * :func:`sliced` now should now work for numpy arrays. (thanks to sswingle)
   * :func:`seekable` now has a ``maxlen`` parameter.

- update to 8.1.0:
    * Bug fixes
        :func:`partition` works with pred=None again. (thanks 
        to MSeifert04)
    * New itertools
        :func:`sample` (thanks to tommyod)
        :func:`nth_or_last` (thanks to d-ryzhikov)
    * Changes to existing itertools:
        The implementation for :func:`divide` was improved.  

- update to 8.0.2:
  * Bug fixes
      * The type stub files are now part of the wheel distribution (thanks to keisheiled)
      * The type stub files now work for functions imported from the
        root package (thanks to keisheiled)
  * New itertools and other additions
      * This library now ships type hints for use with mypy.
        (thanks to ilai-deutel for the implementation, and to gabbard and fmagin for assistance)
      * :func:`split_when` (thanks to jferard)
      * :func:`repeat_last` (thanks to d-ryzhikov)
  * Changes to existing itertools:
      * The implementation for :func:`set_partitions` was improved. (thanks to jferard)
      * :func:`partition` was optimized for expensive predicates. (thanks to stevecj)
      * :func:`unique_everseen` and :func:`groupby_transform` were re-factored. (thanks to SergBobrovsky)
      * The implementation for :func:`difference` was improved. (thanks to Jabbey92)

- update to version 7.2.0
  * new itertools: distinct_combinations, set_partitions, filter_except,
    map_except, ichunked, only, time_limited, partitions, substrings_indexes
  * Python 2.7 is no longer supported. All future releases will target 
    the active versions of Python 3.
  * The six library is no longer a dependency.
  * collapse now treats bytes objects the same as str objects.
  * numeric_range now supports ranges specified by datetime.datetime 
    and datetime.timedelta objects

- update to version 5.0.0
  * new itertools: split_into, unzip, substrings
  * first_true now returns None by default.
  * Some code for old Python versions was removed
  * Tests now run properly on 32-bit versions of Python
  * Newer versions of CPython and PyPy are now tested against

- update to version 4.3.0
  * new itertools: last, replace, rlocate
  * locate can now search for multiple items
  * The docs now include a nice table of tools

- Added:
  * more-itertools-8.10.0.tar.gz

- Removed:
  * more-itertools-4.2.0.tar.gz

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Mon Apr  4 12:43:54 UTC 2022 - Victor Zhestkov <victor.zhestkov@suse.com>

- Strictly require Python 3.10 with saltbundlepy requrement

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Thu May 31 04:34:12 UTC 2018 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- Update to version 4.2.0
  + New itertools:
    * map_reduce (thanks to pylang)
    * prepend (from the `Python 3.7 docs <https://docs.python.org/3.7/library/itertools.html#itertools-recipes>`_)
  + Improvements to existing itertools:
    * :func:`bucket` now complies with PEP 479 (thanks to irmen)
  + Other changes:
    * Python 3.7 is now supported (thanks to irmen)
    * Python 3.3 is no longer supported
    * The test suite no longer requires third-party modules to run
    * The API docs now include links to source code

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Thu Mar 29 13:32:39 UTC 2018 - mimi.vx@gmail.com

- spec-cleaned
- use of %license macro
- removed unneded dependency

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Sat Mar 24 19:55:52 UTC 2018 - arun@gmx.de

- specfile:
  * update copyright year

- update to version 4.1.0:
  * New itertools:
    + split_at (thanks to michael-celani)
    + circular_shifts (thanks to hiqua)
    + make_decorator - see the blog post Yo, I heard you like
      decorators for a tour (thanks to pylang)
    + always_reversible (thanks to michael-celani)
    + nth_combination (from the Python 3.7 docs)
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
    + seekable now has an elements method to return cached items.
    + The performance tradeoffs between roundrobin and
      interleave_longest are now documented (thanks michael-celani,
      pylang, and MSeifert04)

- changes from version 4.0.1:
  * No code changes - this release fixes how the docs display on PyPI.

- changes from version 4.0.0:
  * New itertools:
    + consecutive_groups (Based on the example in the Python 2.4 docs)
    + seekable (If you’re looking for how to “reset” an iterator,
      you’re in luck!)
    + exactly_n (thanks to michael-celani)
    + run_length.encode and run_length.decode
    + difference
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
    + The number of items between filler elements in intersperse can
      now be specified (thanks to pylang)
    + distinct_permutations and peekable got some minor adjustments
      (thanks to MSeifert04)
    + always_iterable now returns an iterator object. It also now
      allows different types to be considered iterable (thanks to
      jaraco)
    + bucket can now limit the keys it stores in memory one now allows
      for custom exceptions (thanks to kalekundert)
  * Other changes:
    + A few typos were fixed (thanks to EdwardBetts)
    + All tests can now be run with python setup.py test

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Tue Jul  4 17:15:27 UTC 2017 - aloisio@gmx.com

- Update to version 3.2.0
  * New itertools:
      + :func:`lstrip`, :func:`rstrip`, and :func:`strip`
        (thanks to MSeifert04 and pylang)
      + :func:`islice_extended`
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
      + Some bugs with slicing :func:`peekable`-wrapped iterables
        were fixed
  3.1.0:
  * New itertools:
      + :func:`numeric_range` (Thanks to BebeSparkelSparkel and
        MSeifert04)
      + :func:`count_cycle` (Thanks to BebeSparkelSparkel)
      + :func:`locate` (Thanks to pylang and MSeifert04)
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
      + A few itertools are now slightly faster due to some
        function optimizations. (Thanks to MSeifert04)
  * The docs have been substantially revised with installation
    notes, categories for library functions, links, and more.
    (Thanks to pylang)
  3.0.0:
  * Removed itertools:
      + ``context`` has been removed due to a design flaw - see
        below for replacement options. (thanks to NeilGirdhar)
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
      + ``side_effect`` now supports ``before`` and ``after``
        keyword arguments. (Thanks to yardsale8)
  * PyPy and PyPy3 are now supported.
    The major version change is due to the removal of the
    ``context`` function.

    Replace it with standard ``with`` statement context management:
    .. code-block:: python

      # Don't use context() anymore
      file_obj = StringIO()
      consume(print(x, file=f) for f in context(file_obj) for x in
      u'123')

      # Use a with statement instead
      file_obj = StringIO()
      with file_obj as f:
          consume(print(x, file=f) for x in u'123')
  2.6.0:
  * New itertools:
      + ``adjacent`` and ``groupby_transform`` (Thanks to diazona)
      + ``always_iterable`` (Thanks to jaraco)
      + (Removed in 3.0.0) ``context`` (Thanks to yardsale8)
      + ``divide`` (Thanks to mozbhearsum)
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
      + ``ilen`` is now slightly faster. (Thanks to wbolster)
      + ``peekable`` can now prepend items to an iterable. (Thanks
        to diazona)
  2.5.0:
  * New itertools:
      + ``distribute`` (Thanks to mozbhearsum and coady)
      + ``sort_together`` (Thanks to clintval)
      + ``stagger`` and ``zip_offset`` (Thanks to joshbode)
      + ``padded``
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
      + ``peekable`` now handles negative indexes and slices with
        negative components properly.
      + ``intersperse`` is now slightly faster. (Thanks to pylang)
      + ``windowed`` now accepts a ``step`` keyword argument.
        (Thanks to pylang)
  * Python 3.6 is now supported.
  2.4.1:
  * Move docs 100% to readthedocs.io.
  2.4:
  * New itertools:
      + ``accumulate``, ``all_equal``, ``first_true``,
        ``partition``, and
        ``tail`` from the itertools documentation.
      + ``bucket`` (Thanks to Rosuav and cvrebert)
      + ``collapse`` (Thanks to abarnet)
      + ``interleave`` and ``interleave_longest`` (Thanks to
        abarnet)
      + ``side_effect`` (Thanks to nvie)
      + ``sliced`` (Thanks to j4mie and coady)
      + ``split_before`` and ``split_after`` (Thanks to
        astronouth7303)
      + ``spy`` (Thanks to themiurgo and mathieulongtin)
  * Improvements to existing itertools:
      + ``chunked`` is now simpler and more friendly to garbage
        collection.
        (Contributed by coady, with thanks to piskvorky)
      + ``collate`` now delegates to ``heapq.merge`` when possible.
        (Thanks to kmike and julianpistorius)
      + ``peekable``-wrapped iterables are now indexable and
        sliceable. Iterating through ``peekable``-wrapped iterables
        is also faster.
      + ``one`` and ``unique_to_each`` have been simplified.
        (Thanks to coady)
  2.3:
  * Added ``one`` from ``jaraco.util.itertools``. (Thanks, jaraco!)
  * Added ``distinct_permutations`` and ``unique_to_each``.
    (Contributed by bbayles)
  * Added ``windowed``. (Contributed by bbayles, with thanks to
    buchanae, jaraco, and abarnert)
  * Simplified the implementation of ``chunked``. (Thanks, nvie!)
  * Python 3.5 is now supported. Python 2.6 is no longer supported.
  * Python 3 is now supported directly; there is no 2to3 step.

- Converted to single-spec

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Fri May 30 14:11:03 UTC 2014 - toddrme2178@gmail.com

- initial version

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