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Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Aug 5 10:25:23 2018 UTC (8 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2018Q3-base, pkgsrc-2018Q3
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py-pluggy: updated to 0.7.1 pluggy 0.7.1: Deprecations and Removals - Deprecate the implprefix kwarg to PluginManager and instead expect users to start using explicit HookimplMarker everywhere. Features - Add .plugin member to PluginValidationError to access failing plugin during post-mortem. - Add per implementation warnings support for hookspecs allowing for both deprecation and future warnings of legacy and (future) experimental hooks respectively. Bug Fixes - Fix a bug where _HookCaller.call_historic() would call the proc arg even when the default is None resulting in a TypeError. - Fix problem when handling VersionConflict errors when loading setuptools plugins. Improved Documentation - Document how exceptions are handled and how the hook call loop terminates immediately on the first error which is then delivered to any surrounding wrappers. - Docs rework including a much better introduction and comprehensive example set for new users. A big thanks goes out to @obestwalter for the great work! Trivial/Internal Changes - Break up the main monolithic package modules into separate modules by concern - Automate setuptools wheels building and PyPi upload using TravisCI. - Reorganize tests more appropriately by modules relating to each internal component/feature. This is in an effort to avoid (future) duplication and better separation of concerns in the test set. - Add HookImpl.__repr__() for better debugging. - Start using towncrier and a custom tox environment to prepare releases! pluggy 0.7.0 (Unreleased) * We discovered a deployment issue so this version was never released to PyPI, only the tag exists.
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