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* Tue Apr 14 2020 Tomá? Chvátal <>
- Do not bother with documentation
- Update to 4.7.2:
  * Fix more cases of C and Python inconsistency.
* Wed Mar 25 2020 Marketa Calabkova <>
- update to 4.7.1
  * Ensure the interface resolution order of all objects is consistent.
    See `issue 137 <>`_.
  * Add unsigned variants of the trees. These use the initial "U" for
    32-bit data and "Q" for 64-bit data (for "quad", which is similar to
    what the C ``printf`` function uses and the Python struct module
  * Fix the value for ``BTrees.OIBTree.using64bits`` when using the pure Python
    implementation (PyPy and when ``PURE_PYTHON`` is in the environment).
  * Make the errors that are raised when values are out of range more
    consistent between Python 2 and Python 3 and between 32-bit and
    64-bit variants.
  * Make the Bucket types consistent with the BTree types as updated in
    versions 4.3.2: Querying for keys with default comparisons or that
    are not integers no longer raises ``TypeError``.
* Mon Jan 13 2020 Marketa Calabkova <>
- update to 4.6.1
  * Add support for Python 3.8.
* Mon Oct 14 2019 Matej Cepl <>
- Replace %fdupes -s with plain %fdupes; hardlinks are better.
* Mon Aug 05 2019
- version update to 4.6.0
  * Drop support for Python 3.4.
  * Fix tests against persistent 4.4.
  * Stop accidentally installing the 'terryfy' package in macOS wheels.
    See `issue 98
  * Fix segmentation fault in ``bucket_repr()``.  See
    `issue 106 <>`_.
* Sun Feb 10 2019 John Vandenberg <>
- Update to v4.5.1
  + Use pyproject.toml to specify build dependencies. This requires pip
    18 or later to build from source.
- 4.5.0
  + Add support for Python 3.6 and 3.7, and drop support for Python 3.3.
  + Raise an ``ImportError`` consistently on Python 3 if the C extension for
    BTrees is used but the ``persistent`` C extension is not available.
    Previously this could result in an odd ``AttributeError``.
  + Fix the possibility of a rare crash in the C extension when
    deallocating items.
  + Respect the ``PURE_PYTHON`` environment variable at runtime even if
    the C extensions are available.
  + Always attempt to build the C extensions, but make their success
  + Fix a ``DeprecationWarning`` that could come from I and L objects in
    Python 2 in pure-Python mode.
- Use %license
Version: 4.4.1-bp150.2.3
* Mon Jul 10 2017
- Fix duplicate summaries
* Sat Jun 24 2017
- Update to version 4.4.1
  * Fixed a packaging bug that caused extra files to be included
    (some of which caused problems in some platforms).
  * Allow None as a special key (sorted smaller than all others).
  * This is a bit of a return to BTrees 3 behavior in that Nones
    are allowed as keys again. Other objects with default ordering
    are still not allowed as keys.
  * Make the CPython implementation consistent with the
    pure-Python implementation and only check object keys for
    default comparison when setting keys. In Python 2 this makes it
    possible to remove keys that were added using a less restrictive
    version of BTrees. (In Python 3 keys that are unorderable still
    cannot be removed.) Likewise, all versions can unpickle trees
    that already had such keys. See: and
  * Make the Python implementation consistent with the CPython
    implementation and check object key identity before checking
    equality and performing comparisons. This can allow fixing trees
    that have keys that now have broken comparison functions. See
  * Make the CPython implementation consistent with the
    pure-Python implementation and no longer raise TypeError for an
    object key (in object-keyed trees) with default comparison on
    __getitem__, get or in operations. Instead, the results will be
    a KeyError, the default value, and False, respectively.
    Previously, CPython raised a TypeError in those cases, while the
    Python implementation behaved as specified.
  * Likewise, non-integer keys in integer-keyed trees will raise
    KeyError, return the default and return False, respectively, in
    both implementations. Previously, pure-Python raised a KeyError,
    returned the default, and raised a TypeError, while CPython
    raised TypeError in all three cases.
  * Packaging: fix password used to automate wheel creation on
  * Fix unexpected OverflowError when passing 64bit values to
    long keys / values on Win64. See:
  * When testing PURE_PYTHON environments under tox, avoid
    poisoning the user?s global wheel cache.
  * Ensure that the pure-Python implementation, used on PyPy and
    when a C compiler isn?t available for CPython, pickles
    identically to the C version. Unpickling will choose the best
    available implementation. This change prevents interoperability
    problems and database corruption if both implementations are in
    use. While it is no longer possible to pickle a Python
    implementation and have it unpickle to the Python implementation
    if the C implementation is available, existing Python pickles
    will still unpickle to the Python implementation (until pickled
    again). See:
  * Avoid creating invalid objects when unpickling empty BTrees
    in a pure-Python environment.
  * Drop support for Python 2.6 and 3.2.
  * Add support for Python 3.5.
  * Ensure that pure-Python Bucket and Set objects have a human
    readable __repr__ like the C versions.
  * Fix _p_changed when removing items from small pure-Python
    BTrees/TreeSets and when adding items to small pure-Python Sets.
- Converted to single-spec
* Mon Apr 27 2015
- update to version 4.1.2:
  * Suppress testing 64-bit values in OLBTrees on 32 bit machines.
  * Fix _p_changed for small pure-Python BTrees.
- make the tests less verbose to avoid spamming the build log
* Fri Feb 06 2015
- version 4.1.1
  - 4.1.1 (2014-12-27)
    Accomodate long values in pure-Python OLBTrees.
  - 4.1.0 (2014-12-26)
    Add support for PyPy and PyPy3.
    Add support for Python 3.4.
    BTree subclasses can define max_leaf_size or max_internal_size to control
    maximum sizes for Bucket/Set and BTree/TreeSet nodes.  Detect integer overflow
    on 32-bit machines correctly under Python 3.  Update pure-Python and C trees /
    sets to accept explicit None to indicate max / min value for minKey, maxKey.
    PR #3) Update pure-Python trees / sets to accept explicit None to indicate
    pen ranges for keys, values, items. (PR #3)
* Fri Aug 02 2013
- version 4.0.8: initial build