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Metadata-Version: 1.2
Name: packaging
Version: 19.0
Summary: Core utilities for Python packages
Home-page: https://github.com/pypa/packaging
Author: Donald Stufft and individual contributors
Author-email: donald@stufft.io
License: BSD or Apache License, Version 2.0
Description: packaging
        =========
        
        Core utilities for Python packages
        
        
        Documentation
        -------------
        
        `documentation`_
        
        
        Discussion
        ----------
        
        If you run into bugs, you can file them in our `issue tracker`_.
        
        You can also join ``#pypa`` on Freenode to ask questions or get involved.
        
        
        .. _`documentation`: https://packaging.pypa.io/
        .. _`issue tracker`: https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues
        
        
        Code of Conduct
        ---------------
        
        Everyone interacting in the packaging project's codebases, issue trackers, chat
        rooms, and mailing lists is expected to follow the `PyPA Code of Conduct`_.
        
        .. _PyPA Code of Conduct: https://www.pypa.io/en/latest/code-of-conduct/
        
        Changelog
        ---------
        
        19.0 - 2019-01-20
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix string representation of PEP 508 direct URL requirements with markers.
        
        * Better handling of file URLs
        
          This allows for using ``file:///absolute/path``, which was previously
          prevented due to the missing ``netloc``.
        
          This allows for all file URLs that ``urlunparse`` turns back into the
          original URL to be valid.
        
        
        18.0 - 2018-09-26
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Improve error messages when invalid requirements are given. (`#129 <https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues/129>`__)
        
        
        17.1 - 2017-02-28
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix ``utils.canonicalize_version`` when supplying non PEP 440 versions.
        
        
        17.0 - 2017-02-28
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Drop support for python 2.6, 3.2, and 3.3.
        
        * Define minimal pyparsing version to 2.0.2 (`#91 <https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues/91>`__).
        
        * Add ``epoch``, ``release``, ``pre``, ``dev``, and ``post`` attributes to
          ``Version`` and ``LegacyVersion`` (`#34 <https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues/34>`__).
        
        * Add ``Version().is_devrelease`` and ``LegacyVersion().is_devrelease`` to
          make it easy to determine if a release is a development release.
        
        * Add ``utils.canonicalize_version`` to canonicalize version strings or
          ``Version`` instances (`#121 <https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues/121>`__).
        
        
        16.8 - 2016-10-29
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix markers that utilize ``in`` so that they render correctly.
        
        * Fix an erroneous test on Python RC releases.
        
        
        16.7 - 2016-04-23
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Add support for the deprecated ``python_implementation`` marker which was
          an undocumented setuptools marker in addition to the newer markers.
        
        
        16.6 - 2016-03-29
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Add support for the deprecated, PEP 345 environment markers in addition to
          the newer markers.
        
        
        16.5 - 2016-02-26
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix a regression in parsing requirements with whitespaces between the comma
          separators.
        
        
        16.4 - 2016-02-22
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix a regression in parsing requirements like ``foo (==4)``.
        
        
        16.3 - 2016-02-21
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix a bug where ``packaging.requirements:Requirement`` was overly strict when
          matching legacy requirements.
        
        
        16.2 - 2016-02-09
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Add a function that implements the name canonicalization from PEP 503.
        
        
        16.1 - 2016-02-07
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Implement requirement specifiers from PEP 508.
        
        
        16.0 - 2016-01-19
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Relicense so that packaging is available under *either* the Apache License,
          Version 2.0 or a 2 Clause BSD license.
        
        * Support installation of packaging when only distutils is available.
        
        * Fix ``==`` comparison when there is a prefix and a local version in play.
          (`#41 <https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues/41>`__).
        
        * Implement environment markers from PEP 508.
        
        
        15.3 - 2015-08-01
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Normalize post-release spellings for rev/r prefixes. `#35 <https://github.com/pypa/packaging/issues/35>`__
        
        
        15.2 - 2015-05-13
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix an error where the arbitary specifier (``===``) was not correctly
          allowing pre-releases when it was being used.
        
        * Expose the specifier and version parts through properties on the
          ``Specifier`` classes.
        
        * Allow iterating over the ``SpecifierSet`` to get access to all of the
          ``Specifier`` instances.
        
        * Allow testing if a version is contained within a specifier via the ``in``
          operator.
        
        
        15.1 - 2015-04-13
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Fix a logic error that was causing inconsistent answers about whether or not
          a pre-release was contained within a ``SpecifierSet`` or not.
        
        
        15.0 - 2015-01-02
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Add ``Version().is_postrelease`` and ``LegacyVersion().is_postrelease`` to
          make it easy to determine if a release is a post release.
        
        * Add ``Version().base_version`` and ``LegacyVersion().base_version`` to make
          it easy to get the public version without any pre or post release markers.
        
        * Support the update to PEP 440 which removed the implied ``!=V.*`` when using
          either ``>V`` or ``<V`` and which instead special cased the handling of
          pre-releases, post-releases, and local versions when using ``>V`` or ``<V``.
        
        
        14.5 - 2014-12-17
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Normalize release candidates as ``rc`` instead of ``c``.
        
        * Expose the ``VERSION_PATTERN`` constant, a regular expression matching
          a valid version.
        
        
        14.4 - 2014-12-15
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Ensure that versions are normalized before comparison when used in a
          specifier with a less than (``<``) or greater than (``>``) operator.
        
        
        14.3 - 2014-11-19
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * **BACKWARDS INCOMPATIBLE** Refactor specifier support so that it can sanely
          handle legacy specifiers as well as PEP 440 specifiers.
        
        * **BACKWARDS INCOMPATIBLE** Move the specifier support out of
          ``packaging.version`` into ``packaging.specifiers``.
        
        
        14.2 - 2014-09-10
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Add prerelease support to ``Specifier``.
        * Remove the ability to do ``item in Specifier()`` and replace it with
          ``Specifier().contains(item)`` in order to allow flags that signal if a
          prerelease should be accepted or not.
        * Add a method ``Specifier().filter()`` which will take an iterable and returns
          an iterable with items that do not match the specifier filtered out.
        
        
        14.1 - 2014-09-08
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Allow ``LegacyVersion`` and ``Version`` to be sorted together.
        * Add ``packaging.version.parse()`` to enable easily parsing a version string
          as either a ``Version`` or a ``LegacyVersion`` depending on it's PEP 440
          validity.
        
        
        14.0 - 2014-09-05
        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        
        * Initial release.
        
        
        .. _`master`: https://github.com/pypa/packaging/
        
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