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Version: 0.15-bp150.2.4
* Wed Aug 24 2016
- update to version 0.15:
  * New features:
    + #425: Added curtsies 0.2.x support.
    + #528: Hide private attribute from initial autocompletion
    suggestions.  Thanks to Jeppe Toustrup.
    + #538: Multi-line banners are allowed.
    + #229: inspect.getsource works on interactively defined
    functions. Thanks to Michael Mulley.
    + Attribute completion works on literals and some expressions
    containing builtin objects.
    + Ctrl-e can be used to autocomplete current fish-style
    suggestion. Thanks to Amjith Ramanujam.
  * Fixes:
    + #484: Switch `bpython.embed` to the curtsies frontend.
    + #548 Fix transpose character bug.  Thanks to Wes E. Vial.
    + #527 -q disables version banner.
    + #544 Fix Jedi completion error.
    + #536 Fix completion on old-style classes with custom
    + #480 Fix old-style class autocompletion. Thanks to Joe Jevnik.
    + #506 In python -i sys.modules[__name__] refers to module
    + #590 Fix "None" not being displayed.
    + #546 Paste detection uses events instead of bytes returned in a
    single call.
    + Exceptions in autocompletion are now logged instead of crashing
    + Fix reload in Python 3. Thanks to sharow.
    + Fix keyword argument parameter name completion.
  * Changes to dependencies:
    + requests[security] has been changed to pyOpenSSL, pyasn1, and
    ndg-httpsclient. These dependencies are required before Python
- use bpython-%{py3_ver} in .desktop file
- Fix unicode issue
- update copyright year
- Correct the reference to .desktop file in appdata.xml: should
  be bpython3.desktop instead of bpython.desktop.
- Fix update-alternatives implementation.
- Split documentation into own subpackage.
* Fri Jul 15 2016
- Icon is installed in /usr/share/pixmaps, do not remove the
  "Icon=" reference from .desktop file.
* Wed Mar 09 2016
- Drop build date from doc to fix build-compare
* Sat Oct 17 2015
- specfile:
  * use bpython-%{py_ver} in .desktop file
* Mon Oct 12 2015
- specfile:
  * updated update alternatives
  * added dependcies greentlet, six, jedi, curtsies
  * no more binary bpython-curtsies, bpython-gtk
  * new binary bpython-curses, bpbd
  * updated %doc: removed ROADMAP, TODO
  * added new files bpython.png, bpython.appdata.xml
  * add ifdef for 13.1 in %files section for %{_datadir}/appdata
- update to version 0.14.2:
  * #498: Fixed is_callable
  * #509: Fixed fcntl usage.
  * #523, #524: Fix conditional dependencies for SNI support again.
  * Fix binary name of bpdb.
- update to version 0.14.1:
  * #483: Fixed jedi exceptions handling.
  * #486: Fixed Python 3.3 compatibility.
  * #489: Create history file with mode 0600.
  * #491: Fix issues with file name completion.
  * #494: Fix six version requirement.
  * Fix conditional dependencies for SNI support in Python versions before 2.7.7.
- update to version 0.14:
  * This release contains major changes to the frontends:
  - curtsies is the new default frontend.
  - The old curses frontend is available as bpython-curses.
  - The GTK+ frontend has been removed.
  * New features:
  - #194: Syntax-highlighted tracebacks. Thanks to Miriam Lauter.
  - #234: Copy to system clipboard.
  - #285: Re-evaluate session and reimport modules.
  - #313: Warn when undo may take cause extended delay, and prompt to undo
    multiple lines.
  - #322: Watch imported modules for changes and re-evaluate on changes.
  - #328: bpython history not re-evaluated to edit a previous line of a multiline
  - #334: readline command Meta-. for yank last argument. Thanks to Susan
    Steinman and Steph Samson.
  - #338: bpython help with F1.
  - #354: Edit config file from within bpython.
  - #382: Partial support for pasting in text with blank lines.
  - #410: Startup banner that shows Python and bpython version
  - #426: Experimental mutliline autocompletion.
  - fish style last history completion with Arrow Right. Thanks to Nicholas
  - fish style automatic reverse history search with Arrow Up.
    Thanks to Nicholas Sweeting.
  - Incremental forward and reverse search.
  - All readline keys which kill/cut text correctly copy text for paste
    with Ctrl-y or Meta-y.
  - French translation.
  - Removal links for bpaste pastebins are now displayed.
  - More informative error messages when source cannot be found for an object.
    Thanks to Liudmila Nikolaeva and Miriam Lauter.
  - Message displayed if history in scrollback buffer is inconsistent with
    output from last re-evaluation of bpython session. Thanks to Susan Steinman.
  - Adjust logging level with -L or -LL.
  - String literal attribute completion.
  * Fixes:
  - #254: Use ASCII characters if Unicode box characters are not supported by the
  - #284: __file__ is in scope after module run with bpython -i. Thanks to
    Lindsey Raymond.
  - #347: Fixed crash on unsafe autocompletion.
  - #349: Fixed writing newlines to stderr.
  - #363: Fixed banner crashing bpython-urwid. Thanks to Luca Barbato.
  - #366, #367: Fixed help() support in curtsies.
  - #369: Interactive sessions inherit compiler directives from files run with -i
    interactive flag.
  - #370, #401, #440, #448, #468, #472: Fixed various display issues in curtsies.
  - #391: Fixed crash when using Meta-backspace. Thanks to Tony Wang.
  - #438, #450: bpython-curtsies startup behavior fixed. Errors
    during startup are reported instead of crashing.
  - #447: Fixed behavior of duplicate keybindings. Thanks to Keyan Pishdadian.
  - #458: Fixed dictionary key completion crash in Python 2.6. Thanks to Mary
  - Documentation fixes from Lindsey Raymond.
  - Fixed filename completion.
  - Fixed various Unicode issues in curtsies.
  - Fixed and re-enabled dictionary key completion in curtsies.
    The commandline option --type / -t has been renamed to --paste / -p.
    Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 and newer are supported. Support for 2.5 has been dropped.
    Furthermore, it is no longer necessary to run 2to3 on the source code.
    This release brings a lot more code coverage, a new contributing guide,
    and most of the code now conforms to PEP-8.
  * Changes to dependencies:
  - greenlet and curtsies are no longer optional.
  - six is a new dependency.
  - jedi is a new optional dependency required for multiline completion.
  - watchdog is a new optional dependency required for watching changes in
    imported modules.
- update to version 0.13.2:
  * #424: Use new JSON API at
  * #430: Fixed SNI issues with new pastebin service on Mac OS X.
  * #432: Fixed crash in bpython-curtsies in special circumstances if
    history file is empty. Thanks to Lisa van Gelder.
- update to version 0.13.1:
  * #287: Turned off dictionary completion in bpython-curtsies
  * #281: Fixed a crash on error-raising properties
  * #286: Fixed input in Python 3
  * #293: Added encoding attribute to stdin bpython curtsies
  * #296: Fixed warnings in import completion for Python 3
  * #290: Stop using root logger
  * #301: Specify curtsies version in requirements
  * There's also a necessary regression: #232 (adding fileno() on stdin)
    is reintroduced because its previous fix was found to be the cause of #286
- Update to version 0.13:
  * Dictionary key completion, thanks to Maja Frydrychowicz (#226).
    To use normal completion and ignore these key completions, type a space.
  * Edit current line in external editor: ctrl-x (#161)
  * Python 2.5 compatibility, thanks to Michael Schuller (#279). Python 2.5
    is not officially supported, but after few changes Michael introduced, he
    says it's working fine.
  * FakeStream has flush(), so works correctly with thanks to Marc Sibson (#259)
  * FakeStdin has fileno() (#232)
  * Changes to sys.ps1 and sys.ps2 are respected thanks to Michael Schulle (#267)
  * atexit registered functions run on exit (#258)
  * fixed an error on exit code when running a script with bpython (#260)
  * extras are used to define dependencies for urwid and
    curtsies frontends
- New tool bpython-curtsies
* Sat Nov 08 2014 Led <>
- fix bashisms in pre script
* Thu Jul 31 2014
- Rename rpmlintrc to %{name}-rpmlintrc.
  Follow the packaging guidelines.
* Fri Oct 11 2013
- Slave -urwid and -gtk to bpython binary instead of install it with
* Mon Oct 07 2013
- Apply update-alternatives for binaries and man-pages
* Thu Mar 21 2013
- Drop bpython.desktop, instead only use suse_update_desktop_file
  to fix up the upstream one
- Build and install HTML documentation
* Mon Jan 07 2013
- Update to 0.12 version:
  * Added a new pastebin_helper config option to name an executable that should
  perform pastebin upload on bpython's behalf. If set, this overrides
  pastebin_url. Data is supplied to the helper via STDIN, and it is expected
  to return a pastebin URL as the first word of its output.
  * Fixed a bug causing pastebin upload to fail after a previous attempt was
  unsuccessful. A duplicate pastebin error would be displayed in this case,
  despite the original upload having failed.
  * Added more key shortcuts to bpython.urwid
  * Smarter dedenting after certain expressions
  * #74 fixed broken completion when auto_display_list was disabled
- Add python-Sphinx as a build dependencie since man doc building from source
* Tue Jun 26 2012
- Update to version 0.11:
  + #204: "import math" not autocompleting on python 3.2
* Fri Sep 02 2011
- Update to version 0.10.1:
  + #197: find_modules crashes on non-readable directories
  + #198: Source tarball lacks .po files
- Changes from version 0.10:
  + Config files are now located according to the XDG Base Directory
    Specification. The support for the old bpythonrc files has been
    dropped and ~/.bpython.ini as config file location is no longer supported.
    See issue #91.
  + Fixed some issues with tuple unpacking in argspec. See issues #133 and #138.
  + Fixed a crash with non-ascii filenames in import completion. See issue #139.
  + Fixed a crash caused by inspect.findsource() raising an IndexError
    which happens in some situations. See issue #94.
  + Non-ascii input should work now under Python 3.
  + Issue #165: C-a and C-e do the right thing now in urwid.
  + The short command-line option "-c config" was dropped as it conflicts with
    vanilla Python's "-c command" option. See issue #186.
* Sun Jul 03 2011
- Cleaned up spec file:
  * Removed 'python' dependency, have python-devel
  * Require python-pyparsing instead of python-parsing
  * Removed scripting madness and use proper SUSE version checks
  * Addded AUTHORS, ROADMAP and TODO doc files
* Fri May 13 2011
- Add missing requires for python-curses (bnc#693545).
* Tue Aug 03 2010
- update to
  * new features:
    + pastebin confirmation
    + ability to ignore PYTHONSTARTUP when launched with -i
    + addition of bpdb (bpython python debugger)
    + correct operation of C-w
    + a more comprehensive unit testing suite
    + pastebin deduplication
    + import completion improvements
    + GTK improvements
  * bug fixes
* Thu Dec 31 2009
- update to
  * fixes Python 3 compatibility
* Thu Dec 31 2009
- update to
  * a crash in the "Save" functionality was fixed
* Wed Dec 30 2009
- update to 0.9.6:
  * numerous minor bugs were fixed
  * features were implemented to make general usage a lot smoother
  * a showcase of beta GTK support was added
* Wed Sep 30 2009
- update to
  * filename expansion was fixed
  * future imports now work
  * docstring fixes were made for types with their own __init__ method