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python-venusian-doc-1.1.0-bp151.3.3

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Change Logs

Version: 1.1.0-bp150.2.4
* Fri Jul 14 2017 aloisio@gmx.com
- Update to version 1.1.0
  * Updated to using py.test instead of nosetest, and added
    support for Python 3.4 -> 3.6
  * Make scanning more resilient of metaclasses that return
    proxies for any attribute access.
  * Fix bug where using the same venusian decorator on both a
    class and its methods would cause the method decorations to be
    ignored. See https://github.com/Pylons/venusian/issues/40
  * Drop support for Python 2.6.
  * Drop support for Python 3.2: it is no longer supported by
    current packaging / CI tools.
  * Support loaders that require the module name as argument to
    their get_filename() method. This fixes problems with zipped
    packages on Python 3.
  * Micro-optimization when ignores are used (see
    https://github.com/Pylons/venusian/pull/20).
  * A tox run now combines coverage between Py2 and Py3.
- Split docs and tests into separate package to make the
  latter work
- Converted to single-spec
* Fri Feb 06 2015 hpj@urpla.net
- update to version 1.0
  - Fix an issue under PyPy > 2.0 where attached decorators may not be found.
  - Drop support of Python 2.4 / 2.5 / Jython.
  - Add lift and onlyliftedfrom class decorators to allow for inheritance of
    venusian decorators attached to superclass methods. See the API
    documentation for more information.
  - Fix bug where otherwise undecorated subclass of a superclass that had
    venusian decorators on it would inherit its superclass? decorations.
    Venusian decorators should have never been inherited implicitly. See
    https://github.com/Pylons/venusian/issues/11#issuecomment-4977352
* Wed Dec 18 2013 cfarrell@suse.com
- license update: SUSE-Repoze
  See LICENSE
* Tue Dec 10 2013 p.drouand@gmail.com
- Use tarball from pypi.python.org/ as source
* Tue Dec 10 2013 p.drouand@gmail.com
- Change license to get it SPDX compliant;
  In general, python packages are licensed under BSD derived; the
  most closed license is BSD-2-Clause
* Mon Jul 29 2013 speilicke@suse.com
- Simplify macro usage
* Sun Jul 28 2013 hpj@urpla.net
- version 1.0a8: initial release