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Change Logs

* Fri Mar 15 2019
- Update to version
  * Bump version to 2.1.11
  * fix whitespace violation
  * Update
  * Dedent code blocks in tutorial.
  * Allow pathlib.Path in Repo.__init__
  * Fix small typo
  * Fix exception on import in MacOS
  * Bump to 2.1.10
  * Add change in type support
  * Get correcly rename change_type.
- Simplify the service file and generating of the tarball
  and base everything on a tag
* Wed Mar 13 2019 John Vandenberg <>
- Activate test suite and remove bcond test
- Add merged_pr_793.patch already merged upstream to fix Python 3.7,
  especially git submodules
- Add test_blocking_lock_file-extra-time.patch to avoid an
  indeterministic timing failure
- Add test-skips.patch to skip one expected failure and workaround
  two unknown failures
- Remove test suite from the runtime package
- Add doc/source/*.rst to %docs
- Remove dependency on python3-mock
- Set build dependency ddt minimum version 1.1.1
* Tue Dec 04 2018 Matej Cepl <>
- Remove superfluous devel dependency for noarch package
* Thu Sep 27 2018
- Require git-core instead of git
* Tue Aug 07 2018
- update to 2.1.11
  * Update
  * Dedent code blocks in tutorial.
  * Exception when constructing a Repo() from a pathlib.Path acknowledged help wanted
  * Allow pathlib.Path in Repo.__init__
  * Fix exception on import in MacOS
  * Failed import raises non-ImportError exception on MacOS
- update to 2.1.10
  * Fix rename change type & support 'change in type' acknowledged
  * Configurable chunk size
  * Avoid from_timestamp() function to raise an exception when the offset…
  * Adding files to repository that is located directly in the root acknowledged
  * git: index: base: use os.path.relpath
* Sat Apr 14 2018
- update to version 2.1.9:
  * Drop support for EOL Python 2.6 and 3.3
  * Allow mmap not just for py2.6, 2.7 and 3.6+ but also 3.0+
  * Fix doc typos
* Wed Jan 17 2018
- Implement single-spec version
- Update to version 2.1.8
  * bugfixes
- Update to version 2.1.6
  * bugfixes
  * support for worktrees
- Update to version 2.1.3
  * bugfixes
- Update to version 2.1.1
  * bugfixes
- Update to version 2.1.0
  * Much better windows support!
  * The `GIT_DIR` environment variable does not override the `path` argument when
    initializing a `Repo` object anymore. However, if said `path` unset, `GIT_DIR`
    will be used to fill the void.
- Update to version 2.0.9
  * Bugfixes
  * `tag.commit` will now resolve commits deeply.
  * `Repo` objects can now be pickled, which helps with multi-processing.
  * `Head.checkout()` now deals with detached heads, which is when it will return
    the `HEAD` reference instead.
  * `DiffIndex.iter_change_type(...)` produces better results when diffing
* Wed Aug 31 2016
- update to 2.0.8:
  * Py2.6 support dropped
  * lots of new features and bugfixes
Version: 1.0.1-bp150.2.4
* Wed May 06 2015
- update to version 1.0.1:
  * A list of all issues can be found on github
- additional changes from version 1.0.0:
  * This version is equivalent to v0.3.7, but finally acknowledges
    that GitPython is stable and production ready
- additional changes from version 0.3.7:
  * IndexFile.add() will now write the index without any extension
    data by default
  * Renamed ignore_tree_extension_data keyword argument in
    IndexFile.write(...) to ignore_extension_data
  * If the git command executed during Remote.push(...)|fetch(...)
    returns with an non-zero exit code and GitPython didn't obtain
    any head-information, the corresponding GitCommandError will be
  * If the git executable can't be found in the PATH or at the path
    provided by GIT_PYTHON_GIT_EXECUTABLE, this is made obvious by
    throwing GitCommandNotFound, both on unix and on windows.
  * A list of all issues can be found on github
- additional changes from version 0.3.6:
  * special members like __init__ are now listed in the API
  * tutorial section was revised entirely, more advanced examples
    were added
  * As rev_parse will now throw BadName as well as BadObject,
    client code will have to catch both exception types
  * Repo.working_tree_dir now returns None if it is bare
  * IndexFile.add() previously raised AssertionError when paths
    where used with bare repository, now it raises
  * Added Repo.merge_base() implementation. See the respective
    issue on github
  * [include] sections in git configuration files are now respected
  * Added GitConfigParser.rename_section()
  * Added Submodule.rename()
  * A list of all issues can be found on github
- additional changes from version 0.3.5:
  * push/pull/fetch operations will not block anymore
  * diff() can now properly detect renames, both in patch and raw
  * repo.odb.update_cache() is now called automatically after fetch
    and pull operations
  * Repo(path) will not automatically search upstream anymore and
    find any git directory on its way up
  * IndexFile.commit() now runs the pre-commit and post-commit hooks
  * A list of all issues can be found on github
- additional changes from version 0.3.4:
  * Internally, hexadecimal SHA1 are treated as ascii encoded
  * Id attribute of Commit objects is now hexsha, instead of binsha
  * IMPORTANT: If you were using the config_writer(), you
    implicitly relied on __del__ to work as expected to flush
    changes. To be sure changes are flushed under PY3, you will
    have to call the new release() method to trigger a flush
  * The Tree now has a .join('name') method which is equivalent to
    tree / 'name'
- additional changes from version 0.3.3:
  * When fetching, pulling or pushing, and an error occours, it
    will not be reported on stdout anymore
  * Code Cleanup (in preparation for python 3 support)
- additional changes from version
  * Fix for #207
- additional changes from version 0.3.2:
  * Release of most recent version as non-RC build, just to allow
    pip to install the latest version right away.
- update project URL
- point the source URL to pypi
- set a minimum version for python-gitdb and add it to
  BuildRequires to validate dependencies at build time.
- add python-ordereddict as dependency for SLE11 (python 2.6)
- remove outdated py_requires
* Thu Sep 26 2013
- Require git-core for the cgit backend (bnc#841684)
* Tue Jun 26 2012
- Spec file cleanup
* Wed Jul 06 2011
- Update to 0.3.2.RC1;
- Regenerate spec file with py2pack;
- Building as noarch now.
* Tue Sep 07 2010
- Update to 0.3.0-beta2;
- Bzip2 source file.
* Thu Jul 08 2010
- Update to 0.3.0-beta1.
* Wed Apr 07 2010
- Update to 0.2.0-beta1;
- Spec file cleaned with spec-cleaner.
* Tue Nov 24 2009
- Initial pacakge (0.1.6) for openSUSE.