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* Mon Apr 11 2022 Max Lin <mlin@suse.com>
- Fix python_module macro usage
Version: 1.9.1-bp150.1.3
* Mon Oct 09 2017 hpj@urpla.net
- add missing runtime dependencies
* Fri Sep 08 2017 toddrme2178@gmail.com
- Remove non-free documentation (CC-BY-NC-SA-3.0 license).
* Thu Sep 07 2017 toddrme2178@gmail.com
- Revert change to older copyright
  We shouldn't change previous copyrights
- Fix doc package dependency issue
* Mon Aug 07 2017 jengelh@inai.de
- Trim filler wording from description.
* Sun Jul 16 2017 aloisio@gmx.com
- Update to 1.9.1, see HISTORY.txt for (long) changelog
- Converted to single-spec
* Tue Jan 05 2016 hpj@urpla.net
- use the PyPI tarball instead of github
* Tue Jan 05 2016 hpj@urpla.net
- 1.6.0 (2016-01-03)
  Too many changes to list here, check:
  https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/blob/master/CHANGES.txt
* Thu Jul 30 2015 hpj@urpla.net
- 1.5.7 (2015-04-28)
  * Further fix the JSONP renderer by prefixing the returned content with a comment.
    This should mitigate attacks from Flash (See CVE-2014-4671).
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1648
  * Allow periods and brackets ([]) in the JSONP callback. The original fix was
    overly-restrictive and broke Angular. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1648
- 1.5.6 (2015-04-14)
  * 1.5.5 was a brown-bag release which was missing files.
- 1.5.5 (2015-04-14)
  * The JSONP renderer created JavaScript code in such a way that a callback variable
    could be used to arbitrarily inject javascript into the response object.
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1626
- 1.5.4 (2015-02-24)
  * Fix regression where pserve --reload would not work when running as a daemon.
    Backported from https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1592
- 1.5.3 (2015-02-22)
  * Work around an issue where pserve --reload would leave terminal echo disabled if it
    reloaded during a pdb session. Backported from https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1577
  * Fixed a failing unittest caused by differing mimetypes on various OS platforms.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1405
  * Overall improvments for the proutes command. Added --format and --glob arguments to the
    command, introduced the method column for displaying available request methods, and
    improved the view output by showing the module instead of just __repr__.
    See: https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1542
  * The pyramid.renderers.JSONP renderer would raise an exception if used without a request
    object. It will now fallback to behave like the pyramid.renderers.JSON renderer if
    there is no request object to derive a callback from.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1562
  * Prevent ?parameters to load are deprecated? DeprecationWarning from setuptools>=11.3.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1541
  * Avoiding timing attacks against CSRF tokens. Backported from
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1574
  * pserve can now take a -b or --browser option to open the server URL in a web browser.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1533
- remove fix_mimetype_tests.patch, applied upstream
* Fri Feb 06 2015 hpj@urpla.net
- fix python-venusian version: 1.0a3 is greater than 1.0 unfortunately
* Tue Feb 03 2015 toddrme2178@gmail.com
- Update year
- Implement update-alternatives for compatibility with an unpcoming
  python 3 version
- Removed dependencies that are not longer needed.
* Fri Dec 12 2014 tbechtold@suse.com
- Update to version 1.5.2
  - ``pyramid.wsgi.wsgiapp`` and ``pyramid.wsgi.wsgiapp2`` now raise
    ``ValueError`` when accidentally passed ``None``.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1320
  - Work around a bug introduced in Python 2.7.7 on Windows where
    ``mimetypes.guess_type`` returns Unicode rather than str for the content
    type, unlike any previous version of Python.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1360 for more information.
  - Update scaffold generating machinery to return the version of pyramid and
    pyramid docs for use in scaffolds. Updated starter, alchemy and zodb
    templates to have links to correctly versioned documentation and reflect
    which pyramid was used to generate the scaffold.
  - Fix an issue whereby predicates would be resolved as maybe_dotted in the
    introspectable but not when passed for registration. This would mean that
    ``add_route_predicate`` for example can not take a string and turn it into
    the actual callable function.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1306
  - Fix ``pyramid.testing.setUp`` to return a ``Configurator`` with a proper
    package. Previously it was not possible to do package-relative includes
    using the returned ``Configurator`` during testing. There is now a
    ``package`` argument that can override this behavior as well.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1322
  - Removed non-ascii copyright symbol from templates, as this was
    causing the scaffolds to fail for project generation on some systems.
  - Fix an issue where a ``pyramid.response.FileResponse`` may apply a charset
    where it does not belong. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1251
  - Avoid crash in ``pserve --reload`` under Py3k, when iterating over possibly
    mutated ``sys.modules``.
  - ``UnencryptedCookieSessionFactoryConfig`` failed if the secret contained
    higher order characters. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1246
  - Fixed a bug in ``UnencryptedCookieSessionFactoryConfig`` and
    ``SignedCookieSessionFactory`` where ``timeout=None`` would cause a new
    session to always be created. Also in ``SignedCookieSessionFactory`` a
    ``reissue_time=None`` would cause an exception when modifying the session.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1247
  - Updated docs and scaffolds to keep in step with new 2.0 release of
    ``Lingua``.  This included removing all ``setup.cfg`` files from scaffolds
    and documentation environments.
  - We no longer eagerly clear ``request.exception`` and ``request.exc_info`` in
    the exception view tween.  This makes it possible to inspect exception
    information within a finished callback.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1223.
  - Updated scaffolds with new theme, fixed documentation and sample project.
  - Depend on a newer version of WebOb so that we pull in some crucial bug-fixes
    that were showstoppers for functionality in Pyramid.
  - Add a trailing semicolon to the JSONP response. This fixes JavaScript syntax
    errors for old IE versions. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1205
  - Fix a memory leak when the configurator's ``set_request_property`` method was
    used or when the configurator's ``add_request_method`` method was used with
    the ``property=True`` attribute.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1212 .
  - An authorization API has been added as a method of the
    request: ``request.has_permission``.
    ``request.has_permission`` is a method-based alternative to the
    ``pyramid.security.has_permission`` API and works exactly the same.  The
    older API is now deprecated.
  - Property API attributes have been added to the request for easier access to
    authentication data: ``request.authenticated_userid``,
    ``request.unauthenticated_userid``, and ``request.effective_principals``.
    These are analogues, respectively, of
    ``pyramid.security.authenticated_userid``,
    ``pyramid.security.unauthenticated_userid``, and
    ``pyramid.security.effective_principals``.  They operate exactly the same,
    except they are attributes of the request instead of functions accepting a
    request.  They are properties, so they cannot be assigned to.  The older
    function-based APIs are now deprecated.
  - Pyramid's console scripts (``pserve``, ``pviews``, etc) can now be run
    directly, allowing custom arguments to be sent to the python interpreter
    at runtime. For example::
    python -3 -m pyramid.scripts.pserve development.ini
  - Added a specific subclass of ``HTTPBadRequest`` named
    ``pyramid.exceptions.BadCSRFToken`` which will now be raised in response
    to failures in ``check_csrf_token``.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1149
  - Added a new ``SignedCookieSessionFactory`` which is very similar to the
    ``UnencryptedCookieSessionFactoryConfig`` but with a clearer focus on signing
    content. The custom serializer arguments to this function should only focus
    on serializing, unlike its predecessor which required the serializer to also
    perform signing.  See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1142 .  Note
    that cookies generated using ``SignedCookieSessionFactory`` are not
    compatible with cookies generated using ``UnencryptedCookieSessionFactory``,
    so existing user session data will be destroyed if you switch to it.
  - Added a new ``BaseCookieSessionFactory`` which acts as a generic cookie
    factory that can be used by framework implementors to create their own
    session implementations. It provides a reusable API which focuses strictly
    on providing a dictionary-like object that properly handles renewals,
    timeouts, and conformance with the ``ISession`` API.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1142
  - The anchor argument to ``pyramid.request.Request.route_url`` and
    ``pyramid.request.Request.resource_url`` and their derivatives will now be
    escaped via URL quoting to ensure minimal conformance.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1183
  - Allow sending of ``_query`` and ``_anchor`` options to
    ``pyramid.request.Request.static_url`` when an external URL is being
    generated.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1183
  - You can now send a string as the ``_query`` argument to
    ``pyramid.request.Request.route_url`` and
    ``pyramid.request.Request.resource_url`` and their derivatives.  When a
    string is sent instead of a list or dictionary. it is URL-quoted however it
    does not need to be in ``k=v`` form.  This is useful if you want to be able
    to use a different query string format than ``x-www-form-urlencoded``.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1183
  - ``pyramid.testing.DummyRequest`` now has a ``domain`` attribute to match the
    new WebOb 1.3 API.  Its value is ``example.com``.
  - Fix the ``pcreate`` script so that when the target directory name ends with a
    slash it does not produce a non-working project directory structure.
    Previously saying ``pcreate -s starter /foo/bar/`` produced different output
    than  saying ``pcreate -s starter /foo/bar``.  The former did not work
    properly.
  - Fix the ``principals_allowed_by_permission`` method of
    ``ACLAuthorizationPolicy`` so it anticipates a callable ``__acl__``
    on resources.  Previously it did not try to call the ``__acl__``
    if it was callable.
  - The ``pviews`` script did not work when a url required custom request
    methods in order to perform traversal. Custom methods and descriptors added
    via ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_request_method`` will now be present,
    allowing traversal to continue.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1104
  - Remove unused ``renderer`` argument from ``Configurator.add_route``.
  - Allow the ``BasicAuthenticationPolicy`` to work with non-ascii usernames
    and passwords. The charset is not passed as part of the header and different
    browsers alternate between UTF-8 and Latin-1, so the policy now attempts
    to decode with UTF-8 first, and will fallback to Latin-1.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1170
  - The ``@view_defaults`` now apply to notfound and forbidden views
    that are defined as methods of a decorated class.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1173
  - The key/values in the ``_query`` parameter of ``request.route_url`` and the
    ``query`` parameter of ``request.resource_url`` (and their variants), used
    to encode a value of ``None`` as the string ``'None'``, leaving the resulting
    query string to be ``a=b&key=None``. The value is now dropped in this
    situation, leaving a query string of ``a=b&key=``.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1119
  - Deprecate the ``pyramid.interfaces.ITemplateRenderer`` interface. It was
    ill-defined and became unused when Mako and Chameleon template bindings were
    split into their own packages.
  - The ``pyramid.session.UnencryptedCookieSessionFactoryConfig`` API has been
    deprecated and is superseded by the
    ``pyramid.session.SignedCookieSessionFactory``.  Note that while the cookies
    generated by the ``UnencryptedCookieSessionFactoryConfig``
    are compatible with cookies generated by old releases, cookies generated by
    the SignedCookieSessionFactory are not. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1142
  - The ``pyramid.security.has_permission`` API is now deprecated.  Instead, use
    the newly-added ``has_permission`` method of the request object.
  - The ``pyramid.security.effective_principals`` API is now deprecated.
    Instead, use the newly-added ``effective_principals`` attribute of the
    request object.
  - The ``pyramid.security.authenticated_userid`` API is now deprecated.
    Instead, use the newly-added ``authenticated_userid`` attribute of the
    request object.
  - The ``pyramid.security.unauthenticated_userid`` API is now deprecated.
    Instead, use the newly-added ``unauthenticated_userid`` attribute of the
    request object.
  - Pyramid now depends on WebOb>=1.3 (it uses ``webob.cookies.CookieProfile``
    from 1.3+).
  - Users can now provide dotted Python names to as the ``factory`` argument
    the Configurator methods named ``add_{view,route,subscriber}_predicate``
    (instead of passing the predicate factory directly, you can pass a
    dotted name which refers to the factory).
  - Fix an exception in ``pyramid.path.package_name`` when resolving the package
    name for namespace packages that had no ``__file__`` attribute.
  - Pyramid no longer depends on or configures the Mako and Chameleon templating
    system renderers by default.  Disincluding these templating systems by
    default means that the Pyramid core has fewer dependencies and can run on
    future platforms without immediate concern for the compatibility of its
    templating add-ons.  It also makes maintenance slightly more effective, as
    different people can maintain the templating system add-ons that they
    understand and care about without needing commit access to the Pyramid core,
    and it allows users who just don't want to see any packages they don't use
    come along for the ride when they install Pyramid.
    This means that upon upgrading to Pyramid 1.5a2+, projects that use either
    of these templating systems will see a traceback that ends something like
    this when their application attempts to render a Chameleon or Mako template::
    ValueError: No such renderer factory .pt
    Or::
    ValueError: No such renderer factory .mako
    Or::
    ValueError: No such renderer factory .mak
    Support for Mako templating has been moved into an add-on package named
    ``pyramid_mako``, and support for Chameleon templating has been moved into
    an add-on package named ``pyramid_chameleon``.  These packages are drop-in
    replacements for the old built-in support for these templating langauges.
    All you have to do is install them and make them active in your configuration
    to register renderer factories for ``.pt`` and/or ``.mako`` (or ``.mak``) to
    make your application work again.
    To re-add support for Chameleon and/or Mako template renderers into your
    existing projects, follow the below steps.
    If you depend on Mako templates:
  * Make sure the ``pyramid_mako`` package is installed.  One way to do this
    is by adding ``pyramid_mako`` to the ``install_requires`` section of your
    package's ``setup.py`` file and afterwards rerunning ``setup.py develop``::
    setup(
    [#]...
    install_requires=[
    'pyramid_mako',         # new dependency
    'pyramid',
    [#]...
    ],
    )
  * Within the portion of your application which instantiates a Pyramid
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator`` (often the ``main()`` function in
    your project's ``__init__.py`` file), tell Pyramid to include the
    ``pyramid_mako`` includeme::
    config = Configurator(.....)
    config.include('pyramid_mako')
    If you depend on Chameleon templates:
  * Make sure the ``pyramid_chameleon`` package is installed.  One way to do
    this is by adding ``pyramid_chameleon`` to the ``install_requires`` section
    of your package's ``setup.py`` file and afterwards rerunning
    ``setup.py develop``::
    setup(
    [#]...
    install_requires=[
    'pyramid_chameleon',         # new dependency
    'pyramid',
    [#]...
    ],
    )
  * Within the portion of your application which instantiates a Pyramid
    ``~pyramid.config.Configurator`` (often the ``main()`` function in
    your project's ``__init__.py`` file), tell Pyramid to include the
    ``pyramid_chameleon`` includeme::
    config = Configurator(.....)
    config.include('pyramid_chameleon')
    Note that it's also fine to install these packages into *older* Pyramids for
    forward compatibility purposes.  Even if you don't upgrade to Pyramid 1.5
    immediately, performing the above steps in a Pyramid 1.4 installation is
    perfectly fine, won't cause any difference, and will give you forward
    compatibility when you eventually do upgrade to Pyramid 1.5.
    With the removal of Mako and Chameleon support from the core, some
    unit tests that use the ``pyramid.renderers.render*`` methods may begin to
    fail.  If any of your unit tests are invoking either
    ``pyramid.renderers.render()``  or ``pyramid.renderers.render_to_response()``
    with either Mako or Chameleon templates then the
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator`` instance in effect during
    the unit test should be also be updated to include the addons, as shown
    above. For example::
    class ATest(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
    self.config = pyramid.testing.setUp()
    self.config.include('pyramid_mako')
    def test_it(self):
    result = pyramid.renderers.render('mypkg:templates/home.mako', {}                           )
    Or::
    class ATest(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
    self.config = pyramid.testing.setUp()
    self.config.include('pyramid_chameleon')
    def test_it(self):
    result = pyramid.renderers.render('mypkg:templates/home.pt', {})
  - If you're using the Pyramid debug toolbar, when you upgrade Pyramid to
    1.5a2+, you'll also need to upgrade the ``pyramid_debugtoolbar`` package to
    at least version 1.0.8, as older toolbar versions are not compatible with
    Pyramid 1.5a2+ due to the removal of Mako support from the core.  It's
    fine to use this newer version of the toolbar code with older Pyramids too.
  - Removed the ``request.response_*`` varying attributes. These attributes
    have been deprecated since Pyramid 1.1, and as per the deprecation policy,
    have now been removed.
  - ``request.response`` will no longer be mutated when using the
    ``pyramid.renderers.render()`` API.  Almost all renderers mutate the
    ``request.response`` response object (for example, the JSON renderer sets
    ``request.response.content_type`` to ``application/json``), but this is
    only necessary when the renderer is generating a response; it was a bug
    when it was done as a side effect of calling ``pyramid.renderers.render()``.
  - Removed the ``bfg2pyramid`` fixer script.
  - The ``pyramid.events.NewResponse`` event is now sent **after** response
    callbacks are executed.  It previously executed before response callbacks
    were executed.  Rationale: it's more useful to be able to inspect the response
    after response callbacks have done their jobs instead of before.
  - Removed the class named ``pyramid.view.static`` that had been deprecated
    since Pyramid 1.1.  Instead use ``pyramid.static.static_view`` with
    ``use_subpath=True`` argument.
  - Removed the ``pyramid.view.is_response`` function that had been deprecated
    since Pyramid 1.1.  Use the ``pyramid.request.Request.is_response`` method
    instead.
  - Removed the ability to pass the following arguments to
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_route``: ``view``, ``view_context``.
    ``view_for``, ``view_permission``, ``view_renderer``, and ``view_attr``.
    Using these arguments had been deprecated since Pyramid 1.1.  Instead of
    passing view-related arguments to ``add_route``, use a separate call to
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_view`` to associate a view with a route
    using its ``route_name`` argument.  Note that this impacts the
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_static_view`` function too, because it
    delegates to ``add_route``.
  - Removed the ability to influence and query a ``pyramid.request.Request``
    object as if it were a dictionary.  Previously it was possible to use methods
    like ``__getitem__``, ``get``, ``items``, and other dictlike methods to
    access values in the WSGI environment.  This behavior had been deprecated
    since Pyramid 1.1.  Use methods of ``request.environ`` (a real dictionary)
    instead.
  - Removed ancient backwards compatibily hack in
    ``pyramid.traversal.DefaultRootFactory`` which populated the ``__dict__`` of
    the factory with the matchdict values for compatibility with BFG 0.9.
  - The ``renderer_globals_factory`` argument to the
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator` constructor and its ``setup_registry`` method
    has been removed.  The ``set_renderer_globals_factory`` method of
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator`` has also been removed.  The (internal)
    ``pyramid.interfaces.IRendererGlobals`` interface was also removed.  These
    arguments, methods and interfaces had been deprecated since 1.1.  Use a
    ``BeforeRender`` event subscriber as documented in the "Hooks" chapter of the
    Pyramid narrative documentation instead of providing renderer globals values
    to the configurator.
  - The ``pyramid.config.Configurator.set_request_property`` method now issues
    a deprecation warning when used.  It had been docs-deprecated in 1.4
    but did not issue a deprecation warning when used.
  - A new http exception subclass named ``pyramid.httpexceptions.HTTPSuccessful``
    was added.  You can use this class as the ``context`` of an exception
    view to catch all 200-series "exceptions" (e.g. "raise HTTPOk").  This
    also allows you to catch *only* the ``HTTPOk`` exception itself; previously
    this was impossible because a number of other exceptions
    (such as ``HTTPNoContent``) inherited from ``HTTPOk``, but now they do not.
  - You can now generate "hybrid" urldispatch/traversal URLs more easily
    by using the new ``route_name``, ``route_kw`` and ``route_remainder_name``
    arguments to  ``request.resource_url`` and ``request.resource_path``.  See
    the new section of the "Combining Traversal and URL Dispatch" documentation
    chapter entitled  "Hybrid URL Generation".
  - It is now possible to escape double braces in Pyramid scaffolds (unescaped,
    these represent replacement values).  You can use ``\{\{a\}\}`` to
    represent a "bare" ``{{a}}``.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/862
  - Add ``localizer`` and ``locale_name`` properties (reified) to the request.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/508.  Note that the
    ``pyramid.i18n.get_localizer`` and ``pyramid.i18n.get_locale_name`` functions
    now simply look up these properties on the request.
  - Add ``pdistreport`` script, which prints the Python version in use, the
    Pyramid version in use, and the version number and location of all Python
    distributions currently installed.
  - Add the ability to invert the result of any view, route, or subscriber
    predicate using the ``not_`` class.  For example::
    from pyramid.config import not_
    @view_config(route_name='myroute', request_method=not_('POST'))
    def myview(request): ...
    The above example will ensure that the view is called if the request method
    is not POST (at least if no other view is more specific).
    The ``pyramid.config.not_`` class can be used against any value that is
    a predicate value passed in any of these contexts:
  - ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_view``
  - ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_route``
  - ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_subscriber``
  - ``pyramid.view.view_config``
  - ``pyramid.events.subscriber``
  - ``scripts/prequest.py``: add support for submitting ``PUT`` and ``PATCH``
    requests.  See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1033.  add support for
    submitting ``OPTIONS`` and ``PROPFIND`` requests, and  allow users to specify
    basic authentication credentials in the request via a ``--login`` argument to
    the script.  See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1039.
  - ``ACLAuthorizationPolicy`` supports ``__acl__`` as a callable. This
    removes the ambiguity between the potential ``AttributeError`` that would
    be raised on the ``context`` when the property was not defined and the
    ``AttributeError`` that could be raised from any user-defined code within
    a dynamic property. It is recommended to define a dynamic ACL as a callable
    to avoid this ambiguity. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/735.
  - Allow a protocol-relative URL (e.g. ``//example.com/images``) to be passed to
    ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_static_view``. This allows
    externally-hosted static URLs to be generated based on the current protocol.
  - The ``AuthTktAuthenticationPolicy`` has two new options to configure its
    domain usage:
  * ``parent_domain``: if set the authentication cookie is set on
    the parent domain. This is useful if you have multiple sites sharing the
    same domain.
  * ``domain``: if provided the cookie is always set for this domain, bypassing
    all usual logic.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1028,
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1072 and
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1078.
  - The ``AuthTktAuthenticationPolicy`` now supports IPv6 addresses when using
    the ``include_ip=True`` option. This is possibly incompatible with
    alternative ``auth_tkt`` implementations, as the specification does not
    define how to properly handle IPv6. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/831.
  - Make it possible to use variable arguments via
    ``pyramid.paster.get_appsettings``. This also allowed the generated
    ``initialize_db`` script from the ``alchemy`` scaffold to grow support
    for options in the form ``a=1 b=2`` so you can fill in
    values in a parameterized ``.ini`` file, e.g.
    ``initialize_myapp_db etc/development.ini a=1 b=2``.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/911
  - The ``request.session.check_csrf_token()`` method and the ``check_csrf`` view
    predicate now take into account the value of the HTTP header named
    ``X-CSRF-Token`` (as well as the ``csrf_token`` form parameter, which they
    always did).  The header is tried when the form parameter does not exist.
  - View lookup will now search for valid views based on the inheritance
    hierarchy of the context. It tries to find views based on the most
    specific context first, and upon predicate failure, will move up the
    inheritance chain to test views found by the super-type of the context.
    In the past, only the most specific type containing views would be checked
    and if no matching view could be found then a PredicateMismatch would be
    raised. Now predicate mismatches don't hide valid views registered on
    super-types. Here's an example that now works::
    class IResource(Interface):
    ...
    @view_config(context=IResource)
    def get(context, request):
    ...
    @view_config(context=IResource, request_method='POST')
    def post(context, request):
    ...
    @view_config(context=IResource, request_method='DELETE')
    def delete(context, request):
    ...
    @implementer(IResource)
    class MyResource:
    ...
    @view_config(context=MyResource, request_method='POST')
    def override_post(context, request):
    ...
    Previously the override_post view registration would hide the get
    and delete views in the context of MyResource -- leading to a
    predicate mismatch error when trying to use GET or DELETE
    methods. Now the views are found and no predicate mismatch is
    raised.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/786 and
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1004 and
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1046
  - The ``pserve`` command now takes a ``-v`` (or ``--verbose``) flag and a
    ``-q`` (or ``--quiet``) flag.  Output from running ``pserve`` can be
    controlled using these flags.  ``-v`` can be specified multiple times to
    increase verbosity.  ``-q`` sets verbosity to ``0`` unconditionally.  The
    default verbosity level is ``1``.
  - The ``alchemy`` scaffold tests now provide better coverage.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1029
  - The ``pyramid.config.Configurator.add_route`` method now supports being
    called with an external URL as pattern. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/611 and the documentation section
    in the "URL Dispatch" chapter entitled "External Routes" for more information.
  Bug Fixes
  - --------
  - It was not possible to use ``pyramid.httpexceptions.HTTPException`` as
    the ``context`` of an exception view as very general catchall for
    http-related exceptions when you wanted that exception view to override the
    default exception view.  See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/985
  - When the ``pyramid.reload_templates`` setting was true, and a Chameleon
    template was reloaded, and the renderer specification named a macro
    (e.g. ``foo#macroname.pt``), renderings of the template after the template
    was reloaded due to a file change would produce the entire template body
    instead of just a rendering of the macro.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1013.
  - Fix an obscure problem when combining a virtual root with a route with a
    ``*traverse`` in its pattern.  Now the traversal path generated in
    such a configuration will be correct, instead of an element missing
    a leading slash.
  - Fixed a Mako renderer bug returning a tuple with a previous defname value
    in some circumstances. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1037
    for more information.
  - Make the ``pyramid.config.assets.PackageOverrides`` object implement the API
    for ``__loader__`` objects specified in PEP 302.  Proxies to the
    ``__loader__`` set by the importer, if present; otherwise, raises
    ``NotImplementedError``.  This makes Pyramid static view overrides work
    properly under Python 3.3 (previously they would not).  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1015 for more information.
  - ``mako_templating``: added defensive workaround for non-importability of
    ``mako`` due to upstream ``markupsafe`` dropping Python 3.2 support.  Mako
    templating will no longer work under the combination of MarkupSafe 0.17 and
    Python 3.2 (although the combination of MarkupSafe 0.17 and Python 3.3 or any
    supported Python 2 version will work OK).
  - Spaces and dots may now be in mako renderer template paths. This was
    broken when support for the new makodef syntax was added in 1.4a1.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/950
  - ``pyramid.debug_authorization=true`` will now correctly print out
    ``Allowed`` for views registered with ``NO_PERMISSION_REQUIRED`` instead
    of invoking the ``permits`` method of the authorization policy.
    See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/954
  - Pyramid failed to install on some systems due to being packaged with
    some test files containing higher order characters in their names. These
    files have now been removed. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/981
  - ``pyramid.testing.DummyResource`` didn't define ``__bool__``, so code under
    Python 3 would use ``__len__`` to find truthiness; this usually caused an
    instance of DummyResource to be "falsy" instead of "truthy".  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1032
  - The ``alchemy`` scaffold would break when the database was MySQL during
    tables creation.  See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1049
  - The ``current_route_url`` method now attaches the query string to the URL by
    default. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1040
  - Make ``pserve.cherrypy_server_runner`` Python 3 compatible. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/718
  - Modified the ``current_route_url`` method in pyramid.Request. The method
    previously returned the URL without the query string by default, it now does
    attach the query string unless it is overriden.
  - The ``route_url`` and ``route_path`` APIs no longer quote ``/``
    to ``%2F`` when a replacement value contains a ``/``.  This was pointless,
    as WSGI servers always unquote the slash anyway, and Pyramid never sees the
    quoted value.
  - It is no longer possible to set a ``locale_name`` attribute of the request,
    nor is it possible to set a ``localizer`` attribute of the request.  These
    are now "reified" properties that look up a locale name and localizer
    respectively using the machinery described in the "Internationalization"
    chapter of the documentation.
  - If you send an ``X-Vhm-Root`` header with a value that ends with a slash (or
    any number of slashes), the trailing slash(es) will be removed before a URL
    is generated when you use use ``request.resource_url`` or
    ``request.resource_path``.  Previously the virtual root path would not have
    trailing slashes stripped, which would influence URL generation.
  - The ``pyramid.interfaces.IResourceURL`` interface has now grown two new
    attributes: ``virtual_path_tuple`` and ``physical_path_tuple``.  These should
    be the tuple form of the resource's path (physical and virtual).
- Update python-WebOb requirement
- Add fix_mimetype_tests.patch (from upstream) to fix testcase
- Set LANG=en_US.UTF-8 during testrun
- Remove /usr/bin/bfg2pyramid . Removed upstream
- Add /usr/bin/pdistreport
* Sun Nov 24 2013 p.drouand@gmail.com
- Update to version 1.4.5
  + The ``alchemy`` scaffold would break when the database was MySQL during
    tables creation.  See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/pull/1049.  Backport
    from master.
  + It was not possible to use ``pyramid.httpexceptions.HTTPException`` as
    the ``context`` of an exception view as very general catchall for
    http-related exceptions when you wanted that exception view to override the
    default exception view. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/985.
    Backport from master.
  + When the ``pyramid.reload_templates`` setting was true, and a Chameleon
    template was reloaded, and the renderer specification named a macro
    (e.g. ``foo#macroname.pt``), renderings of the template after the template
    was reloaded due to a file change would produce the entire template body
    instead of just a rendering of the macro.  See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1013.  Backport from master.
  + Fixed a Mako renderer bug returning a tuple with a previous defname value
    in some circumstances. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/1037 for
    more information.  Backport from master.
  + Make ``pserve.cherrypy_server_runner`` Python 3 compatible. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid/issues/718.  Backport from master.
- Changes from version 1.4.4
  + Fix an obscure problem when combining a virtual root with a route with a
    ``*traverse`` in its pattern.  Now the traversal path generated in
    such a configuration will be correct, instead of an element missing
    a leading slash.
- Remove pyramid-dont-load-external-sphinx-theme.patch; merged on upstream
  release
* Thu Oct 24 2013 speilicke@suse.com
- Require python-setuptools instead of distribute (upstreams merged)
* Mon Aug 05 2013 hpj@urpla.net
- remove pylons_theme_support.py module, as it is provided by
  python-pylons_sphinx_theme now
* Wed Jul 31 2013 hpj@urpla.net
- add python-unittest2 and python-ordereddict deps for 11.1
* Tue Jul 30 2013 hpj@urpla.net
- Update to version 1.4.3
- generate documentation
- fix dependencies
- enable nose tests with coverage
* Tue Jul 16 2013 hpj@urpla.net
- add python-zope-deprecation dependency
* Fri Mar 01 2013 coolo@suse.com
- update license to new format
* Tue Mar 20 2012 saschpe@suse.de
- Update to version 1.3.b3
  * No changelog provided
- Don't install documentation with problematic licensing terms (bnc#753015)
* Mon Mar 12 2012 saschpe@gmx.de
- Update to version 1.3.b2
  * No changelog provided