Package Release Info

python-aenum-2.2.3-bp153.1.15

Update Info: Base Release
Available in Package Hub : 15 SP3

platforms

AArch64
ppc64le
s390x
x86-64

subpackages

python2-aenum
python3-aenum

Change Logs

Version: 2.1.2-bp151.1.1
* Tue Dec 04 2018 Matej Cepl <mcepl@suse.com>
- Remove superfluous devel dependency for noarch package
* Wed May 23 2018 toddrme2178@gmail.com
- Update to version 2.1.0
  * support Flags being combined with other data types:
  * add _create_pseudo_member_values_
  * add default __new__ and temporary _init_
* Thu Nov 16 2017 toddrme2178@gmail.com
- Initial version
Version: 2.2.3-bp152.1.8
* Wed Dec 11 2019 Tomá? Chvátal <tchvatal@suse.com>
- Update to 2.2.3:
  * Various minor fixes
* Mon Jul 29 2019 pgajdos@suse.com
- version update to 2.2.1
  2.2.1
  =====
  . allow Enums to be called without a value
  . allow Enum name use while constructing Enum (Python 3.4+ only)
  2.2.0
  =====
  BREAKING CHANGE
  - --------------
  . In Python 3+ classes defined inside an Enum no longer become members by
    default; in Python 2 they still become members, but see below.
    For cross-compatibility and full control two decorators are provided:
  - @member  --> forces item to become a member
  - @nonmember  --> excludes item from becoming a member
    dark = 3
  2.1.4
  =====
  EnumMeta:
  - change __member_new__ to __new_member__ (as the stdlib enum does)
  - assign member name to enum() instances (an Enum helper for defining members)
  - handle empty iterables when using functional API
  - make auto() work with previous enum members
  - keep searching mixins until base class is found
  Enum:
  - fix bug in Flag checks (ensure it is a Flag before checking the name)
  - add multiple mixin support
  - do not allow blank names (functional API)
  - raise TypeError if _missing_* returns wrong type
  - fix __format__ to honor custom __str__
  extend_enum:
  - support stdlib Enums
  - use _generate_next_value_ if value not provided
  general:
  - standardize exception formatting
  - use getfullargspec() in Python 3 (avoids deprecation warnings)