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python-python-memcached-1.59-bp151.1.2

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subpackages

python2-python-memcached
python3-python-memcached

Change Logs

Version: 1.58-bp150.1.2
* Thu Aug 24 2017 jmatejek@suse.com
- singlespec auto-conversion
* Tue Nov 15 2016 dmueller@suse.com
- update to 1.58:
  * Fixing a performance regression in v1.54 in Python 2, using cPickle again.
  * Support for "stats slabs".
  * Pin Six version to >= 1.4
  * setup.py build process pulls version from memcached.py
  * delete() and delete_multi() now default the "time" argument to None,
    since the protocol doesn't allow a time in some implementations.
    Patch by oremj #27
* Tue Oct 06 2015 mcihar@suse.cz
- update to 1.57:
  * Fix for #75 and #76, mc.set(key, False) results in "ValueError:
    invalid literal for int()".  Reported by Carlos Sanchez on github.
* Thu Jul 30 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
- update to 1.56:
  * More patches for python3 from Victor Stinner #67.  Thanks!
  * Tests moved out into their own unittest testcases.
    Patch by Jeremy Thurgood.
  * Adding support for pluggable compressors.  Patch by cactus on github.
  * Adding support for "noreply".  Patch by cactus on github.
  * Allowing empty key in _multi() calls.  Suggested by sergio97 on github.
* Thu Apr 23 2015 mcihar@suse.cz
- Update to 1.54:
  * Numerous patches to attempt to get Python 3 working, but
    tests are still failing under Python 3, so this code is not ready
    yet.
  * MemcachedKeyCharacterError better describes key problem.
    Suggested by Roy Smith
  * Added touch(), patch by erankor on github.
  * Allow empty server list, patch by zewt on github.
  * If unknown flags in get request, raises a value error rather than the
    code bombing out.
  * Setting the SERVER_MAX_* values after import did not work, despite
    being documented to.  Reported by alexf101 on github.
- Run testsuite in %check, adjust build requires
* Thu Oct 24 2013 speilicke@suse.com
- Require python-setuptools instead of distribute (upstreams merged)
* Sun Jun 23 2013 dmueller@suse.com
- update to 1.53:
  * Fixing set_multi() so that if the server closes the connection
    it will no longer raise AttributeError.  Issue found and resolution
    reviewed by Ben Hoyt.
  * readline() now will mark the connection dead if the read fails.
    It was just closing it before.  This is related to the set_multi()
    change but worth noting separately.  Thanks to Ben Hoyt.
  * Changing check_keys to use re.match() instead of str.translate(),
    because re.match() works with Python < 2.6.
    Found by Giovanni Di Milia.
* Mon May 27 2013 dmueller@suse.com
- update to 1.51:
  * Add a MANIFEST.in file, patch by Daniel Widerin.
  * Client() now takes a "check_keys" option, which defaults to True.
    If False, it disables the checking of keys to ensure they have
    acceptable size and are composed of non-control characters.
    Suggested by Ben Hoyt.
  * Converting control character checking of keys based on performance
    testing of alternatives by Ben Hoyt.
  * Converted unicode tests from using u'', patch from Eren Güve.
  * Included license file (pull request by "Philippe" pombredanne).
  * Doing a "set" after server goes away, raised AttributeError:
    'NoneType' object has no attribute 'sendall'.  Patch by Ken Lalonde
  * incr/decr return None instead of 0 on server connection failure.
    Suggested by Ivan Virabyan
  * Supports IPv6 connections using: "inet6:[fd00::32:19f7]:11000".
    Patch by Romain Courteaud
- python-memcached-ipv6-and-or.patch: remove. Solved differently upstream
* Fri Apr 26 2013 speilicke@suse.com
- Add python-memcached-ipv6-and-or.patch: Add IPv6 support and fix
  hostData port return value
* Fri Apr 26 2013 speilicke@suse.com
- Update to version 1.48:
  + Dropped HTML docu
* Fri Apr 01 2011 oliver.bengs@opensuse.org
- added %{py_requires}
- make use of --record-rpm from setuptools
* Sat Feb 26 2011 stian@viskjer.net
- python-memcached 1.47
  * Bug #680359: useOldServerHashFunction() is broken. It now
    correctly switches back to the old memcache hash function.
- python-memcached 1.46
  * Bug #471727: Changed the delete() code to explicitly check for
    both NOT_FOUND and DELETED as the responses and return
    successful for both. It also logs an error if one of these two
    responses is not found. Also added a test to ensure that
    delete() works.
  * When using set_multi and one value is too big, traceback
    TypeError: 'int' object is unsubscriptable.
    Patch by Orjan Persson
  * Fixing Bug #529855: Server host can now be bare host without
    ":<port>". Fix proposed by Roger Binns.
  * Fixing Bug #491164: Typo fix, "compession" -> "compRession".
  * Fixing Bug #509712: "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is
    unsubscriptable" Also fixed some other similar code to not have
    issues with that.
  * Also related to 509712 and 628339: readline() now returns ''
    instead of None when a server dies. This should be safer.
    Patch suggested by Denis Otkidach.
  * Fixing Bug #628339: Read from server sometimes fails.
    Patch by Jeremy Cowles.
  * Fixing Bug #633553: Add stat arguments support to get_stats().
    Patch by Ryan Lane.
  * Changing the license to the PSF License.
  * Removing Evan's e-mail address at his request, changing
    authorship to Sean.
* Fri Nov 26 2010 stian@viskjer.net
- python-memcached 1.45
  * Initial specfile based on Fedora's v1.43-6
Version: 1.59-bp150.2.3.1
* Wed Jan 09 2019 Jonathan Brownell <jbrownell@suse.com>
- Use proper memcached path on Red Hat platforms
* Wed Aug 08 2018 tchvatal@suse.com
- Kill memcache deamon at the end of the tests
* Wed Aug 08 2018 tchvatal@suse.com
- Version update to 1.59:
  * Various fixes for python 3.7 and 3.6
- Run tests