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Release history and notes
=========================
`Sequence based identifiers
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_versioning#Sequence-based_identifiers>`_
are used for versioning (schema follows below):

.. code-block:: none

    major.minor[.revision]

- It's always safe to upgrade within the same minor version (for example, from
  0.3 to 0.3.4).
- Minor version changes might be backwards incompatible. Read the
  release notes carefully before upgrading (for example, when upgrading from
  0.3.4 to 0.4).
- All backwards incompatible changes are mentioned in this document.

0.9.1
-----
2018-07-09

- Correctly handling nested TLDs.

0.9
---
2018-06-14

.. note::

    This release contains backward incompatible changes. You should update
    your code.

    The ``active_only`` option has been removed from ``get_tld``, ``get_fld``
    and ``parse_url`` functions. Update your code accordingly.

- Removed ``active_only`` option from ``get_tld``, ``get_fld``
  and ``parse_url`` functions.
- Correctly handling exceptions (!) in the original TLD list.
- Fixes in documentation.
- Added ``parse_tld`` function.
- Fixes the ``python setup.py test`` command.

0.8
---
2018-06-13

.. note::

    This release contains backward incompatible changes. You should update
    your code.

    Old ``get_tld`` functionality is moved to ``get_fld`` (first-level
    domain definition). The ``as_object`` argument (False by default) has been
    deprecated for ``get_fld``.

    .. code-block:: python

        res = get_tld("http://www.google.co.uk", as_object=True)

    **Old behaviour**

    .. code-block:: text

        In: res.domain
        Out: 'google'

        In: res.extension
        Out: 'co.uk'

        In: res.subdomain
        Out: 'www'

        In: res.suffix
        Out: 'co.uk'

        In: res.tld
        Out: 'google.co.uk'

    **New behaviour**

    .. code-block:: text

        In: res.fld
        Out: 'google.co.uk'

        In: res.tld
        Out: 'co.uk'

        In: res.domain
        Out: 'google'

        In: res.subdomain
        Out: 'www'

    When used without ``as_object`` it returns ``co.uk``.

    **Recap**

    If you have been happily using old version of ``get_tld`` function without
    ``as_object`` argument set to ``True``, you might want to replace ``get_tld``
    import with ``get_fld`` import:

    .. code-block:: python

        # Old
        from tld import get_tld
        get_tld('http://google.co.uk')

        # New
        from tld import get_fld
        get_fld('http://google.co.uk')

- Move to a Trie to match TLDs. This brings a speed up of 15-20%.
- It's now possible to search in public, private or all suffixes (old
  behaviour). Use ``search_public`` and ``search_private`` arguments accordingly.
  By default (to support old behavior), both are set to True.
- Correct TLD definitions.
- Domains like `*****.xn--fiqs8s` are now recognized as well.
- Due to usage of ``urlsplit`` instead of ``urlparse``, the initial list of TLDs
  is assembled quicker (a speed-up of 15-20%).
- Docs/ directory is included in source distribution tarball.
- More tests.

0.7.10
------
2018-04-07

- The ``fix_protocol`` argument respects protocol relative URLs.
- Change year in the license.
- Improved docstrings.
- TLD source updated to the latest version.

0.7.9
-----
2017-05-02

- Added base path override for local .dat file.
- `python setup.py test` can used to execute the tests

0.7.8
-----
2017-02-19

- Fix relative import in non-package for update-tls-names script. #15
- ``get_tld`` got a new argument ``fix_protocol``, which fixes the missing
  protocol, having prepended "https" if missing or incorrect.

0.7.7
-----
2017-02-09

- Tested against Python 3.5, 3.6 and PyPy.
- pep8 fixes.
- removed deprecated `tld.update` module. Use ``update-tld-names`` command
  instead.

0.7.6
-----
2016-01-23

- Minor fixes.

0.7.5
-----
2015-11-22

- Minor fixes.
- Updated tld names file to the latest version.

0.7.4
-----
2015-09-24

- Exposed TLD initialization as ``get_tld_names``.

0.7.3
-----
2015-07-18

- Support for wheel packages.
- Fixed failure on some unicode domains.
- TLD source updated to the latest version.
- Documentation updated.

0.7.2
-----
2014-09-28

- Minor fixes.

0.7.1
-----
2014-09-23

- Force lower case of the URL for correct search.

0.7
---
2014-08-14

- Making it possible to obtain object instead of just extracting the TLD by
  setting the ``as_object`` argument of ``get_tld`` function to True.

0.6.4
-----
2014-05-21

- Softened dependencies and lowered the ``six`` package version requirement to
  1.4.0.
- Documentation improvements.

0.6.3
-----
2013-12-05

- Speed up search

0.6.2
-----
2013-12-03

- Fix for URLs with a port not handled correctly.
- Adding licenses.

0.6.1
-----
2013-09-15

- Minor fixes.
- Credits added.

0.6
---
2013-09-12

- Fixes for Python 3 (Windows encoding).

0.5
---
2013-09-13

- Python 3 support added.

0.4
---
2013-08-03

- Tiny code improvements.
- Tests added.