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* Wed Sep 02 2015
- Update to 1.4.4:
  * Avoid breaking pylint when using logilab.common >= 1.0.
* Mon Mar 16 2015
- Update to 1.4.3:
  * Remove three warnings: star-args, abstract-class-little-used,
    abstract-class-not-used. These warnings don't add any real value
    and they don't imply errors or problems in the code.
  * Added a new option for controlling the peephole optimizer in astroid.
    The option ``--optimize-ast`` will control the peephole optimizer,
    which is used to optimize a couple of AST subtrees. The current problem
    solved by the peephole optimizer is when multiple joined strings,
    with the addition operator, are encountered. If the numbers of such
    strings is high enough, Pylint will then fail with a maximum recursion
    depth exceeded error, due to its visitor architecture. The peephole
    just transforms such calls, if it can, into the final resulting string
    and this exhibit a problem, because the visit_binop method stops being
    called (in the optimized AST it will be a Const node).
* Thu Mar 12 2015
- Update to 1.4.2:
  * Don't require a docstring for empty modules. Closes issue #261.
  * Fix a false positive with `too-few-format-args` string warning,
    emitted when the string format contained a normal positional
    argument ('{0}'), mixed with a positional argument which did
    an attribute access ('{0.__class__}').
    Closes issue #463.
  * Take in account all the methods from the ancestors
    when checking for too-few-public-methods. Closes issue #471.
  * Catch enchant errors and emit 'invalid-characters-in-docstring'
    when checking for spelling errors. Closes issue #469.
  * Use all the inferred statements for the super-init-not-called
    check. Closes issue #389.
  * Add a new warning, 'unichr-builtin', emitted by the Python 3
    porting checker, when the unichr builtin is found. Closes issue #472.
  * Add a new warning, 'intern-builtin', emitted by the Python 3
    porting checker, when the intern builtin is found. Closes issue #473.
  * Add support for editable installations.
  * The HTML output accepts the `--msg-template` option. Patch by
    Dan Goldsmith.
  * Add 'map-builtin-not-iterating' (replacing 'implicit-map-evaluation'),
    'zip-builtin-not-iterating', 'range-builtin-not-iterating', and
    'filter-builtin-not-iterating' which are emitted by `--py3k` when the
    appropriate built-in is not used in an iterating context (semantics
    taken from 2to3).
  * Add a new warning, 'unidiomatic-typecheck', emitted when an explicit
    typecheck uses type() instead of isinstance(). For example,
    `type(x) == Y` instead of `isinstance(x, Y)`. Patch by Chris Rebert.
    Closes issue #299.
  * Add support for combining the Python 3 checker mode with the --jobs
    flag (--py3k and --jobs). Closes issue #467.
  * Add a new warning for the Python 3 porting checker, 'using-cmp-argument',
    emitted when the `cmp` argument for the `list.sort` or `sorted builtin`
    is encountered.
  * Make the --py3k flag commutative with the -E flag. Also, this patch
    fixes the leaks of error messages from the Python 3 checker when
    the errors mode was activated. Closes issue #437.
* Wed Feb 18 2015
- Update to 1.4.1:
  * Look only in the current function's scope for bad-super-call.
    Closes issue #403.
  * Check the return of properties when checking for not-callable.
    Closes issue #406.
  * Warn about using the input() or round() built-ins for Python 3.
    Closes issue #411.
  * Proper abstract method lookup while checking for
    abstract-class-instantiated. Closes issue #401.
  * Use a mro traversal for finding abstract methods. Closes issue #415.
  * Fix a false positive with catching-non-exception and tuples of
  * Fix a false negative with raising-non-exception, when the raise used
    an uninferrable exception context.
  * Fix a false positive on Python 2 for raising-bad-type, when
    raising tuples in the form 'raise (ZeroDivisionError, None)'.
  * Fix a false positive with invalid-slots-objects, where the slot entry
    was an unicode string on Python 2. Closes issue #421.
  * Add a new warning, 'redundant-unittest-assert', emitted when using
    unittest's methods assertTrue and assertFalse with constant value
    as argument. Patch by Vlad Temian.
  * Add a new JSON reporter, usable through -f flag.
  * Add the method names for the 'signature-differs' and 'argument-differs'
    warnings. Closes issue #433.
  * Don't compile test files when installing.
  * Fix a crash which occurred when using multiple jobs and the files
    given as argument didn't exist at all.
* Mon Dec 08 2014
- Lower tk dependency to Recommends as it's only needed for optional GUI
* Mon Dec 08 2014
- Update to 1.4.0:
  * Added new options for controlling the loading of C extensions.
    By default, only C extensions from the stdlib will be loaded
    into the active Python interpreter for inspection, because they
    can run arbitrary code on import. The option
    `--extension-pkg-whitelist` can be used to specify modules
    or packages that are safe to load.
  * Change default max-line-length to 100 rather than 80
  * Drop BaseRawChecker class which were only there for backward
    compat for a while now
  * Don't try to analyze string formatting with objects coming from
    function arguments. Closes issue #373.
  * Port source code to be Python 2/3 compatible. This drops the
    need for 2to3, but does drop support for Python 2.5.
  * Each message now comes with a confidence level attached, and
    can be filtered base on this level. This allows to filter out
    all messages that were emitted even though an inference failure
    happened during checking.
  * Improved presenting unused-import message. Closes issue #293.
  * Add new checker for finding spelling errors. New messages:
    wrong-spelling-in-comment, wrong-spelling-in-docstring.
    New options: spelling-dict, spelling-ignore-words.
  * Add new '-j' option for running checks in sub-processes.
  * Added new checks for line endings if they are mixed (LF vs CRLF)
    or if they are not as expected. New messages: mixed-line-endings,
    unexpected-line-ending-format. New option: expected-line-ending-format.
  * 'dangerous-default-value' no longer evaluates the value of the arguments,
    which could result in long error messages or sensitive data being leaked.
    Closes issue #282
  * Fix a false positive with string formatting checker, when
    encountering a string which uses only position-based arguments.
    Closes issue #285.
  * Fix a false positive with string formatting checker, when using
    keyword argument packing. Closes issue #288.
  * Proper handle class level scope for lambdas.
  * Handle 'too-few-format-args' or 'too-many-format-args' for format
    strings with both named and positional fields. Closes issue #286.
- Switched to tar.gz upstream
* Tue Nov 04 2014
- Update to 1.3.1:
  * Fix a false positive with string formatting checker, when
    encountering a string which uses only position-based arguments.
    Closes issue #285.
  * Fix a false positive with string formatting checker, when using
    keyword argument packing. Closes issue #288.
  * Handle 'too-few-format-args' or 'too-many-format-args' for format
    strings with both named and positional fields. Closes issue #286.
  * Analyze only strings by the string format checker. Closes issue #287.
  * Properly handle nested format string fields. Closes issue #294.
  * Properly handle unicode format strings for Python 2.
    Closes issue #296.
  * Fix a false positive with 'too-few-format-args', when the format
    strings contains duplicate manual position arguments.
    Closes issue #310.
  * fixme regex handles comments without spaces after the hash.
    Closes issue #311.
  * Fix a crash encountered when looking for attribute docstrings.
  * Fix a crash which ocurred while checking for 'method-hidden',
    when the parent frame was something different than a function.
* Tue Aug 12 2014
- Adjusted dependencies as pylint 1.3.0 needs atroid 1.2.0 or newer
* Mon Aug 11 2014
- Update to version 1.3.0
  * Allow hanging continued indentation for implicitly concatenated
    strings. Closes issue #232.
  * PyLint works under Python 2.5 again, and its test suite passes.
  * Fix some false positives for the cellvar-from-loop warnings.
    Closes issue #233.
  * Return new astroid class nodes when the inferencer can detect that
    that result of a function invocation on a type (like `type` or
    `abc.ABCMeta`) is requested. Closes #205.
  * Emit 'undefined-variable' for undefined names when using the
    Python 3 `metaclass=` argument.
  * Checkers respect priority now. Close issue #229.
  * Fix a false positive regarding W0511. Closes issue #149.
  * Fix unused-import false positive with Python 3 metaclasses (#143).
  * Don't warn with 'bad-format-character' when encountering
    the 'a' format on Python 3.
  * Add multiple checks for PEP 3101 advanced string formatting:
    'bad-format-string', 'missing-format-argument-key',
    'unused-format-string-argument', 'format-combined-specification',
    'missing-format-attribute' and 'invalid-format-index'.
  * Issue broad-except and bare-except even if the number
    of except handlers is different than 1. Fixes issue #113.
  * Issue attribute-defined-outside-init for all cases, not just
    for the last assignment. Closes issue #262.
  * Emit 'not-callable' when calling properties. Closes issue #268.
  * Fix a false positive with unbalanced iterable unpacking,
    when encountering starred nodes. Closes issue #273.
  * Add new checks, 'invalid-slice-index' and 'invalid-sequence-index'
    for invalid sequence and slice indices.
  * Add 'assigning-non-slot' warning, which detects assignments to
    attributes not defined in slots.
  * Don't emit 'no-name-in-module' for ignored modules.
    Closes issue #223.
  * Fix an 'unused-variable' false positive, where the variable is
    assigned through an import. Closes issue #196.
  * Definition order is considered for classes, function arguments
    and annotations. Closes issue #257.
  * Don't emit 'unused-variable' when assigning to a nonlocal.
    Closes issue #275.
  * Do not let ImportError propagate from the import checker, leading to crash
    in some namespace package related cases. Closes issue #203.
  * Don't emit 'pointless-string-statement' for attribute docstrings.
    Closes issue #193.
  * Use the proper mode for pickle when opening and writing the stats file.
    Closes issue #148.
  * Don't emit hidden-method message when the attribute has been
    monkey-patched, you're on your own when you do that.
  * Only emit attribute-defined-outside-init for definition within the same
    module as the offended class, avoiding to mangle the output in some cases.
  * Don't emit 'unnecessary-lambda' if the body of the lambda call contains
    call chaining. Closes issue #243.
  * Don't emit 'missing-docstring' when the actual docstring uses `.format`.
    Closes issue #281.
- Use zip from pypi as this now the only distribution channel
- Add unzip to BuildRequires to above
* Thu Jul 10 2014
- Update to version 1.2.1
  * Restore the ability to specify the init-hook option via the
    configuration file, which was accidentally broken in 1.2.0.
  * Add a new warning [bad-continuation] for badly indentend continued
  * Emit [assignment-from-none] when the function contains bare returns.
    Fixes BitBucket issue #191.
  * Added a new warning for closing over variables that are
    defined in loops. Fixes Bitbucket issue #176.
  * Do not warn about \u escapes in string literals when Unicode literals
    are used for Python 2.*. Fixes BitBucket issue #151.
  * Extend the checking for unbalanced-tuple-unpacking and
    unpacking-non-sequence to instance attribute unpacking as well.
  * Fix explicit checking of python script (1.2 regression, #219)
  * Restore --init-hook, renamed accidentally into --init-hooks in 1.2.0
  * Add 'indexing-exception' warning, which detects that indexing
    an exception occurs in Python 2 (behaviour removed in Python 3).
Version: 1.8.2-1.27
* Wed Jan 24 2018
- Switch to regular releases again
- Update to 1.8.3:
  * Various false positives were fixed
  * Many additional python3 tweaks
  * For more see ChangeLog
- Drop test conditional as it is always on
- Add py2 and py3 bconds to allow building in the respective
- Run only python3 tests it takes ages to finish and we should focus
  only on one variant
  * Also few tests currently fail and upstream is aware so put there
* Wed Mar 29 2017
- uninstall alternatives in %postun
- add update-alternatives requires
* Wed Mar 01 2017
- update for singlespec
- enable test suite for all pythons
- update to 1.7.0 git pre-release, for python 3.6 support
  * multitude of new checkers
  * support for namespace packages
  * dropped pylint-gui
  * see changes in /usr/share/doc/packages/python-pylint/ChangeLog
* Wed Feb 01 2017
- Update to version 1.6.5
  see changes in /usr/share/doc/packages/python-pylint/ChangeLog
* Wed Jan 11 2017
- update source url
* Mon Aug 15 2016
- Update to version 1.6.4
  see changes in /usr/share/doc/packages/python-pylint/ChangeLog
* Thu Jul 07 2016
- Update to version 1.6.1
  see changes in /usr/share/doc/packages/python-pylint/ChangeLog
* Sat May 07 2016
- Update to version 1.5.5:
  * Let visit_importfrom from Python 3 porting checker be called when everything is disabled
    Because the visit method was filtering the patterns it was expecting to be activated,
    it didn't run when everything but one pattern was disabled, leading to spurious false
  * Don't emit unsubscriptable-value for classes with unknown
    base classes.
  * Use an OrderedDict for storing the configuration elements
    This fixes an issue related to impredictible order of the disable / enable
    elements from a config file. In certain cases, the disable was coming before
    the enable which resulted in classes of errors to be enabled, even though the intention
    was to disable them. The best example for this was in the context of running multiple
    processes, each one of it having different enables / disables that affected the output.
  * Don't consider bare and broad except handlers as ignoring NameError,
    AttributeError and similar exceptions, in the context of checkers for
    these issues.
* Fri Feb 12 2016
- Update to version 1.5.4
  * Merge StringMethodChecker with StringFormatChecker. This fixes a
    bug where disabling all the messages and enabling only a handful of
    messages from the StringFormatChecker would have resulted in no
    messages at all.
  * Don't apply unneeded-not over sets.
* Wed Jan 13 2016
- Update to version 1.5.3:
  * Handle the import fallback idiom with regard to wrong-import-order.
    Closes issue #750.
  * Decouple the displaying of reports from the displaying of messages
    Some reporters are aggregating the messages instead of displaying
    them when they are available. The actual displaying was conflatted
    in the generate_reports. Unfortunately this behaviour was flaky
    and in the case of the JSON reporter, the messages weren't shown
    at all if a file had syntax errors or if it was missing.
    In order to fix this, the aggregated messages can now be
    displayed with Reporter.display_message, while the reports are
    displayed with display_reports.
    Closes issues #766 and #765.
  * Ignore function calls with variadic arguments without a context.
    Inferring variadic positional arguments and keyword arguments
    will result into empty Tuples and Dicts, which can lead in
    some cases to false positives with regard to no-value-for-parameter.
    In order to avoid this, until we'll have support for call context
    propagation, we're ignoring such cases if detected.
    Closes issue #722.
  * Treat AsyncFunctionDef just like FunctionDef nodes,
    by implementing visit_asyncfunctiondef in terms of
    Closes issue #767.
  * Take in account kwonlyargs when verifying that arguments
    are defined with the check_docs extension.
    Closes issue #745.
  * Suppress reporting 'unneeded-not' inside `__ne__` methods
    Closes issue #749.
- update to version 1.5.2:
  * Don't crash if graphviz is not installed, instead emit a warning
    letting the user to know.  Closes issue #168.
  * Accept only functions and methods for the deprecated-method
    checker.  This prevents a crash which can occur when an object
    doesn't have .qname() method after the inference.
  * Don't emit super-on-old-class on classes with unknown bases.
    Closes issue #721.
  * Allow statements in `if` or `try` blocks containing imports.
    Closes issue #714.
- update to version 1.5.1:
  * Fix a crash which occurred when old visit methods are encountered
    in plugin modules. Closes issue #711.
  * Add wrong-import-position to check_messages's decorator arguments
    for ImportChecker.leave_module This fixes an esoteric bug which
    occurs when ungrouped-imports and wrong-import-order are disabled
    and pylint is executed on multiple files.  What happens is that
    without wrong-import-position in check_messages, leave_module will
    never be called, which means that the first non-import node from
    other files might leak into the current file, leading to
    wrong-import-position being emitted by pylint.
  * Fix a crash which occurred when old visit methods are encountered
    in plugin modules. Closes issue #711.
  * Don't emit import-self and cyclic-import for relative imports of
    modules with the same name as the package itself.  Closes issues
    [#708] and #706.
- update to version 1.5.0:
  * long list of changes, see Changelog file for details
- Cleanup update-alternatives
Version: 1.8.2-150000.3.5.2
* Tue Jul 19 2022
- Remove execute bit from a test script to remove an unnecessary
  Requires. (bsc#1199219)