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Revision 1.3, Wed Sep 14 10:31:36 2022 UTC (4 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2022Q3-base, pkgsrc-2022Q3
Changes since 1.2: +4 -16 lines

py-pathspec: updated to 0.10.1

0.10.1 (2022-09-02)

Bug fixes:

- Fix documentation on `pathspec.pattern.RegexPattern.match_file()`.
- Remove redundant wheel dep from pyproject.toml.
- Dist failure for Fedora, CentOS, EPEL.
- Since version 0.10.0 pure wildcard does not work in some cases.


- Restore support for legacy installations using `setup.py`.

0.10.0 (2022-08-30)

Major changes:

- Dropped support of EOL Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6.
- The *gitwildmatch* pattern `dir/*` is now handled the same as `dir/`. This means `dir/*` will now match all descendants rather than only direct children.
- Added `pathspec.GitIgnoreSpec` class (see new features).
- Changed build system to `pyproject.toml`_ and build backend to `setuptools.build_meta`_ which may have unforeseen consequences.
- Renamed GitHub project from `python-path-specification`_ to `python-pathspec`_.

API changes:

- Deprecated: `pathspec.util.match_files()` is an old function no longer used.
- Deprecated: `pathspec.match_files()` is an old function no longer used.
- Deprecated: `pathspec.util.normalize_files()` is no longer used.
- Deprecated: `pathspec.util.iter_tree()` is an alias for `pathspec.util.iter_tree_files()`.
- Deprecated: `pathspec.iter_tree()` is an alias for `pathspec.util.iter_tree_files()`.
- Deprecated: `pathspec.pattern.Pattern.match()` is no longer used. Use or implement

New features:

- Added class `pathspec.gitignore.GitIgnoreSpec` (with alias `pathspec.GitIgnoreSpec`) to implement *gitignore* behavior not possible with standard `PathSpec` class. The particular *gitignore* behavior implemented is prioritizing patterns matching the file directly over matching an ancestor directory.

Bug fixes:

- Files inside an ignored sub-directory are not matched.
- Incorrectly (?) matches files inside directories that do match.
- Refactor deprecated unittest aliases for Python 3.11 compatibility.
- Symlink pathspec_meta.py breaks Windows.
- test_util.py uses os.symlink which can fail on Windows.
- Backslashes at start of pattern not handled correctly.
- pyproject.toml: include subpackages in setuptools config
- `!` doesn't exclude files in directories if the pattern doesn't have a trailing slash.


- Support Python 3.10, 3.11.
- Modernize code to Python 3.7.
- match_files() is not a pure generator function, and it impacts tree_*() gravely.

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