Package Release Info

python-rpyc-3.4.4-bp151.1.2

Update Info: Base Release
Available in Package Hub : 15 SP1

platforms

AArch64
ppc64le
s390x
x86-64

subpackages

python2-rpyc
python3-rpyc

Change Logs

* Tue Dec 04 2018 Matej Cepl <mcepl@suse.com>
- Remove superfluous devel dependency for noarch package
* Wed May 16 2018 toddrme2178@gmail.com
- Update to 3.4.4
  * Fix refcount leakage when unboxing from cache (`#196`_)
  * Fix TypeError when dispatching exceptions on py2 (unicode)
  * Respect ``rpyc_protocol_config`` for default Service getattr
  * Support unix domain sockets
  * Use first accessible server in ``connect_by_service``
  * Fix deadlock problem with logging
  * Fix timeout problem for long commands
- Update to 3.4.3
  * Add missing endpoints config in ThreadPoolServer
  * Fix jython support
  * Improve documentation
- Update to 3.4.2
  * Fix ``export_function`` on python 3.6
- Update to 3.4.1
  * Fix issue high-cpu polling
  * Fix filename argument in logging
  * Improved log messages
  * Drop support for python 3.2 and py 2.5
- Update to 3.4.0
  * Add keepalive interface
  * Various fixes
- Update to 3.3.0
  * RPyC integrates with `plumbum <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/plumbum>`_; plumbum is required
    for some features, like ``rpyc_classic.py`` and   *zero deploy  *, but the core of the library
    doesn't require it. It is, of course, advised to have it installed.
  * ``SshContext``, ``SshTunnel`` classes killed in favor of plumbum's SSH tunneling. The interface
    doesn't change much, except that ``ssh_connect`` now accept a ``plumbum.SshMachine`` instance
    instead of ``SshContext``.
  * Zero deploy: deploy RPyC to a remote machine over an SSH connection and form an SSH tunnel
    connected to it, in just one line of code. All you need is SSH access and a Python interpreter
    installed on the remote machine.
  * Dropping Python 2.4 support. RPyC now requires Python 2.5 - 3.3.
  * rpycd - a well-behaved daemon for ``rpyc_classic.py``, based on
    `python-daemon <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-daemon/>`_
  * The ``OneShotServer`` is now exposed by ``rpyc_classic -m oneshot``
  * ``scripts`` directory renamed ``bin``
  * Introducing ``Splitbrain Python`` - running code on remote machines transparently. Although tested,
    it is still considered experimental.
  * Removing the ``BgServerThread`` and all polling/timeout hacks in favor of a "global background
    reactor thread" that handles all incoming transport from all connections. This should solve
    all threading issues once and for all.
  * Added ``MockClassicConnection`` - a mock RPyC "connection" that allows you to write code that runs
    either locally or remotely without modification
  * Added ``teleport_function``
- spec file cleanups
- Use update-alternatives
- Update summary and conclusions
* Sun Mar 18 2018 afaerber@suse.de
- Convert to singlespec
  * Drop pre_checkin.sh
* Mon Jan 21 2013 p.drouand@gmail.com
- Initial python3 support
* Mon Jan 21 2013 p.drouand@gmail.com
- Update to version 3.2.3:
  * No changelog available
* Tue Mar 13 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
- Update to 3.2.1:
  * Adding missing import (#52)
  * Fixing site documentation issue (#54)
  * Fixing Python 3 incompatibilities (#58, #59, #60, #61, #66)
  * Fixing slice issue (#62)
  * Added the endpoints parameter to the config dict of connection (only on
    the server side)
* Thu Dec 08 2011 jfunk@funktronics.ca
- Update to 3.2.0
  - Added support for IPv6 (#28)
  - Added SSH tunneling support (ssh_connect)
  - Added restricted object wrapping
  - Several fixes to AsyncResult and weak references
  - Added the ThreadPoolServer
  - Fixed some minor (harmless) races that caused tracebacks occasionally when
    server-threads terminated
  - Fixes issues #8, #41, #42, #43, #46, and #49.
  - Converted all CRLF to LF (#40)
  - Dropped TLSlite integration (#45). We?ve been dragging this corpse for too
    long
  - New documentation (both the website and docstrings) written in Sphinx
  - Python 3.0-3.2 support
- 3.1.0
  - Supports CPython 2.4-2.7, IronPython, and Jython
  - tlslite has been ported to python 2.5-2.7 (the original library targeted
    2.3 and 2.4)
  - Initial python 3 support ? not finished!
  - Moves to a more conventional directory structure
  - Moves to more standard facilities (logging, nosetests)
  - Solves a major performance issue with the BgServingThread (#32), by
    removing the contention between the two threads that share the connection
  - Fixes lots of issues concerning the ForkingServer (#3, #7, and #15)
  - Many small bug fixes (#16, #13, #4, etc.)
  - Integrates with the built-in ssl module for SSL support
  - rpyc_classic.py now takes several --ssl-xxx switches (see --help for more
    info)
  - Fixes typos, running pylint, etc.
  - Breakage from 3.0.7:
  - Removing egg builds (we?re pure python, and eggs just messed up the
    build)
  - Package layout changed drastically, and some files were renamed
  - The servers/ directory was renamed scripts/
  - classic_server.py was renamed rpyc_classic.py
  - They scripts now install to your python scripts directory (no longer
    part of the package), e.g. C:\python27\Scripts
  - rpyc_classic.py now takes --register in order to register, instead of
  - -dont-register, which was a silly choice
  - classic.tls_connect, factory.tls_connect were renamed tlslite_connect,
    to distinguish it from the new ssl_connect
* Thu Feb 18 2010 jfunk@funktronics.ca
- Update to 3.0.7
* Tue Jul 17 2007 James Oakley <jfunk@funktronics.ca> - 2.60-1
- Initial release