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Revision 1.12 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Jan 4 21:50:31 2019 UTC (3 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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py-lxml: updated to 4.3.0

Features added
* The module lxml.sax is compiled using Cython in order to speed it up.
* lxml.sax.ElementTreeProducer now preserves the namespace prefixes. If two prefixes point to the same URI, the first prefix in alphabetical order is used. Patch by Lennart Regebro.
* Updated ISO-Schematron implementation to 2013 version (now MIT licensed) and the corresponding schema to the 2016 version (with optional „ŗ◊—roperties„ŗ.

Other changes
* Support for Python 2.6 and 3.3 was removed. Patch by hugovk.
* The minimum dependency versions were raised to libxml2 2.9.2 and libxslt 1.1.27, which were released in 2014 and 2012 respectively.
* Built with Cython 0.29.2.

Revision 1.11 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Sep 18 11:59:12 2017 UTC (19 months ago) by adam
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py-lxml: update to 4.0.0

4.0.0:

Features added
--------------
* The ElementPath implementation is now compiled using Cython,
  which speeds up the ``.find*()`` methods quite significantly.

* The modules ``lxml.builder``, ``lxml.html.diff`` and ``lxml.html.clean``
  are also compiled using Cython in order to speed them up.

* ``xmlfile()`` supports async coroutines using ``async with`` and ``await``.

* ``iterwalk()`` has a new method ``skip_subtree()`` that prevents walking into
  the descendants of the current element.

* ``RelaxNG.from_rnc_string()`` accepts a ``base_url`` argument to
  allow relative resource lookups.

* The XSLT result object has a new method ``.write_output(file)`` that serialises
  output data into a file according to the ``<xsl:output>`` configuration.

Bugs fixed
----------
* GH-251: HTML comments were handled incorrectly by the soupparser.
  Patch by mozbugbox.

* LP-1654544: The html5parser no longer passes the ``useChardet`` option
  if the input is a Unicode string, unless explicitly requested.  When parsing
  files, the default is to enable it when a URL or file path is passed (because
  the file is then opened in binary mode), and to disable it when reading from
  a file(-like) object.

  Note: This is a backwards incompatible change of the default configuration.
  If your code parses byte strings/streams and depends on character detection,
  please pass the option ``guess_charset=True`` explicitly, which already worked
  in older lxml versions.

* LP-1703810: ``etree.fromstring()`` failed to parse UTF-32 data with BOM.

* LP-1526522: Some RelaxNG errors were not reported in the error log.

* LP-1567526: Empty and plain text input raised a TypeError in soupparser.

* LP-1710429: Uninitialised variable usage in HTML diff.

* LP-1415643: The closing tags context manager in ``xmlfile()`` could continue
  to output end tags even after writing failed with an exception.

* LP-1465357: ``xmlfile.write()`` now accepts and ignores None as input argument.

* Compilation under Py3.7-pre failed due to a modified function signature.

Other changes
-------------
* The main module source files were renamed from ``lxml.*.pyx`` to plain
  ``*.pyx`` (e.g. ``etree.pyx``) to simplify their handling in the build
  process.  Care was taken to keep the old header files as fallbacks for
  code that compiles against the public C-API of lxml, but it might still
  be worth validating that third-party code does not notice this change.

Revision 1.10 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Mar 12 09:59:28 2014 UTC (5 years, 1 month ago) by wiz
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Update to 3.3.3:

3.3.3 (2014-03-04)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when using Element subtypes with ``__slots__``.

Other changes
-------------

* The internal classes ``_LogEntry`` and ``_Attrib`` can no longer be
  subclassed from Python code.



3.3.2 (2014-02-26)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* The properties ``resolvers`` and ``version``, as well as the methods
  ``set_element_class_lookup()`` and ``makeelement()``, were lost from
  ``iterparse`` objects in 3.3.0.

* LP#1222132: instances of ``XMLSchema``, ``Schematron`` and ``RelaxNG``
  did not clear their local ``error_log`` before running a validation.

* LP#1238500: lxml.doctestcompare mixed up "expected" and "actual" in
  attribute values.

* Some file I/O tests were failing in MS-Windows due to non-portable temp
  file usage.  Initial patch by Gabi Davar.

* LP#910014: duplicate IDs in a document were not reported by DTD validation.

* LP#1185332: ``tostring(method="html")`` did not use HTML serialisation
  semantics for trailing tail text.  Initial patch by Sylvain Viollon.

* LP#1281139: ``.attrib`` value of Comments lost its mutation methods
  in 3.3.0.  Even though it is empty and immutable, it should still
  provide the same interface as that returned for Elements.

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Install as egg. Bump revision.

Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Mar 17 15:47:15 2013 UTC (6 years, 1 month ago) by wiz
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Update to 3.1.0:

3.1.0 (2013-02-10)
==================

Features added
--------------

* GH#89: lxml.html.clean allows overriding the set of attributes that it
  considers 'safe'.  Patch by Francis Devereux.

Bugs fixed
----------

* LP#1104370: ``copy.copy(el.attrib)`` raised an exception.  It now returns
  a copy of the attributes as a plain Python dict.

* GH#95: When used with namespace prefixes, the  ``el.find*()`` methods
  always used the first namespace mapping that was provided for each
  path expression instead of using the one that was actually passed
  in for the current run.

* LP#1092521, GH#91: Fix undefined C symbol in Python runtimes compiled
  without threading support.  Patch by Ulrich Seidl.

Other changes
-------------


3.1beta1 (2012-12-21)
=====================

Features added
--------------

* New build-time option ``--with-unicode-strings`` for Python 2 that
  makes the API always return Unicode strings for names and text
  instead of byte strings for plain ASCII content.

* New incremental XML file writing API ``etree.xmlfile()``.

* E factory in lxml.objectify is callable to simplify the creation of
  tags with non-identifier names without having to resort to getattr().

Bugs fixed
----------

* When starting from a non-namespaced element in lxml.objectify, searching
  for a child without explicitly specifying a namespace incorrectly found
  namespaced elements with the requested local name, instead of restricting
  the search to non-namespaced children.

* GH#85: Deprecation warnings were fixed for Python 3.x.

* GH#33: lxml.html.fromstring() failed to accept bytes input in Py3.

* LP#1080792: Static build of libxml2 2.9.0 failed due to missing file.

Other changes
-------------

* The externally useless class ``_ObjectifyElementMakerCaller`` was
  removed from the module API of lxml.objectify.

* LP#1075622: lxml.builder is faster for adding text to elements with
  many children.  Patch by Anders Hammarquist.

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Oct 21 21:34:42 2012 UTC (6 years, 6 months ago) by wiz
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Update to 3.0.1. Remove unnecessary setuptools dependency.
Mark as python3-ready.

3.0.1 (2012-10-14)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* LP#1065924: Element proxies could disappear during garbage collection
  in PyPy without proper cleanup.

* GH#71: Failure to work with libxml2 2.6.x.

* LP#1065139: static MacOS-X build failed in Py3.


3.0 (2012-10-08)
================

Bugs fixed
----------

* End-of-file handling was incorrect in iterparse() when reading from
  a low-level C file stream and failed in libxml2 2.9.0 due to its
  improved consistency checks.

Other changes
-------------

* The build no longer uses Cython by default unless the generated C files
  are missing.  To use Cython, pass the option "--with-cython".  To ignore
  the fatal build error when Cython is required but not available (e.g. to
  run special setup.py commands that do not actually run a build), pass
  "--without-cython".


3.0beta1 (2012-09-26)
=====================

Features added
--------------

* Python level access to (optional) libxml2 memory debugging features
  to simplify debugging of memory leaks etc.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Fix a memory leak in XPath by switching to Cython 0.17.1.

* Some tests were adapted to work with PyPy.

Other changes
-------------

* The code was adapted to work with the upcoming libxml2 2.9.0 release.


3.0alpha2 (2012-08-23)
======================

Features added
--------------

* The ``.iter()`` method of elements now accepts ``tag`` arguments like
  ``"{*}name"`` to search for elements with a given local name in any
  namespace. With this addition, all combinations of wildcards now work
  as expected:
  ``"{ns}name"``, ``"{}name"``, ``"{*}name"``, ``"{ns}*"``, ``"{}*"``
  and ``"{*}*"``.  Note that ``"name"`` is equivalent to ``"{}name"``,
  but ``"*"`` is ``"{*}*"``.
  The same change applies to the ``.getiterator()``, ``.itersiblings()``,
  ``.iterancestors()``, ``.iterdescendants()``, ``.iterchildren()``
  and ``.itertext()`` methods;the ``strip_attributes()``,
  ``strip_elements()`` and ``strip_tags()`` functions as well as the
  ``iterparse()`` class.

* C14N allows specifying the inclusive prefixes to be promoted
  to top-level during exclusive serialisation.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Passing long Unicode strings into the ``feed()`` parser interface
  failed to read the entire string.


3.0alpha1 (2012-07-31)
======================

Features added
--------------

* Initial support for building in PyPy (through cpyext).

* DTD objects gained an API that allows read access to their
  declarations.

* ``xpathgrep.py`` gained support for parsing line-by-line (e.g.
  from grep output) and for surrounding the output with a new root
  tag.

* ``E-factory`` in ``lxml.builder`` accepts subtypes of known data
  types (such as string subtypes) when building elements around them.

* Tree iteration and ``iterparse()`` with a selective ``tag``
  argument supports passing a set of tags.  Tree nodes will be
  returned by the iterators if they match any of the tags.

Bugs fixed
----------

* The ``.find*()`` methods in ``lxml.objectify`` no longer use XPath
  internally, which makes them faster in many cases (especially when
  short circuiting after a single or couple of elements) and fixes
  some behavioural differences compared to ``lxml.etree``.  Note that
  this means that they no longer support arbitrary XPath expressions
  but only the subset that the ``ElementPath`` language supports.
  The previous implementation was also redundant with the normal
  XPath support, which can be used as a replacement.

* ``el.find('*')`` could accidentally return a comment or processing
  instruction that happened to be in the wrong spot.  (Same for the
  other ``.find*()`` methods.)

* The error logging is less intrusive and avoids a global setup where
  possible.

* Fixed undefined names in html5lib parser.

* ``xpathgrep.py`` did not work in Python 3.

* ``Element.attrib.update()`` did not accept an ``attrib`` of
  another Element as parameter.

* For subtypes of ``ElementBase`` that make the ``.text`` or ``.tail``
  properties immutable (as in objectify, for example), inserting text
  when creating Elements through the E-Factory feature of the class
  constructor would fail with an exception, stating that the text
  cannot be modified.

Other changes
--------------

* The code base was overhauled to properly use 'const' where the API
  of libxml2 and libxslt requests it.  This also has an impact on the
  public C-API of lxml itself, as defined in ``etreepublic.pxd``, as
  well as the provided declarations in the ``lxml/includes/`` directory.
  Code that uses these declarations may have to be adapted.  On the
  plus side, this fixes several C compiler warnings, also for user
  code, thus making it easier to spot real problems again.

* The functionality of "lxml.cssselect" was moved into a separate PyPI
  package called "cssselect".  To continue using it, you must install
  that package separately.  The "lxml.cssselect" module is still
  available and provides the same interface, provided the "cssselect"
  package can be imported at runtime.

* Element attributes passed in as an ``attrib`` dict or as keyword
  arguments are now sorted by (namespaced) name before being created
  to make their order predictable for serialisation and iteration.
  Note that adding or deleting attributes afterwards does not take
  that order into account, i.e. setting a new attribute appends it
  after the existing ones.

* Several classes that are for internal use only were removed
  from the ``lxml.etree`` module dict:
  ``_InputDocument, _ResolverRegistry, _ResolverContext, _BaseContext,
  _ExsltRegExp, _IterparseContext, _TempStore, _ExceptionContext,
  __ContentOnlyElement, _AttribIterator, _NamespaceRegistry,
  _ClassNamespaceRegistry, _FunctionNamespaceRegistry,
  _XPathFunctionNamespaceRegistry, _ParserDictionaryContext,
  _FileReaderContext, _ParserContext, _PythonSaxParserTarget,
  _TargetParserContext, _ReadOnlyProxy, _ReadOnlyPIProxy,
  _ReadOnlyEntityProxy, _ReadOnlyElementProxy, _OpaqueNodeWrapper,
  _OpaqueDocumentWrapper, _ModifyContentOnlyProxy,
  _ModifyContentOnlyPIProxy, _ModifyContentOnlyEntityProxy,
  _AppendOnlyElementProxy, _SaxParserContext, _FilelikeWriter,
  _ParserSchemaValidationContext, _XPathContext,
  _XSLTResolverContext, _XSLTContext, _XSLTQuotedStringParam``

* Several internal classes can no longer be inherited from:
  ``_InputDocument, _ResolverRegistry, _ExsltRegExp, _ElementUnicodeResult,
  _IterparseContext, _TempStore, _AttribIterator, _ClassNamespaceRegistry,
  _XPathFunctionNamespaceRegistry, _ParserDictionaryContext,
  _FileReaderContext, _PythonSaxParserTarget, _TargetParserContext,
  _ReadOnlyPIProxy, _ReadOnlyEntityProxy, _OpaqueDocumentWrapper,
  _ModifyContentOnlyPIProxy, _ModifyContentOnlyEntityProxy,
  _AppendOnlyElementProxy, _FilelikeWriter, _ParserSchemaValidationContext,
  _XPathContext, _XSLTResolverContext, _XSLTContext, _XSLTQuotedStringParam,
  _XSLTResultTree, _XSLTProcessingInstruction``


2.3.6 (2012-09-28)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Passing long Unicode strings into the ``feed()`` parser interface
  failed to read the entire string.


2.3.5 (2012-07-31)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when merging text nodes in ``element.remove()``.

* Crash in sax/target parser when reporting empty doctype.


2.3.4 (2012-03-26)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when building an nsmap (Element property) with empty
  namespace URIs.

* Crash due to race condition when errors (or user messages) occur
  during threaded XSLT processing.

* XSLT stylesheet compilation could ignore compilation errors.

2.3.3 (2012-01-04)
==================

Features added
--------------

* ``lxml.html.tostring()`` gained new serialisation options
  ``with_tail`` and ``doctype``.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Fixed a crash when using ``iterparse()`` for HTML parsing and
  requesting start events.

* Fixed parsing of more selectors in cssselect.  Whitespace before
  pseudo-elements and pseudo-classes is significant as it is a
  descendant combinator.
  "E :pseudo" should parse the same as "E \*:pseudo", not "E:pseudo".
  Patch by Simon Sapin.

* lxml.html.diff no longer raises an exception when hitting
  'img' tags without 'src' attribute.

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Update py-lxml to 2.3.2.

2.3.2 (2011-11-11)
==================

Features added
--------------

* ``lxml.objectify.deannotate()`` has a new boolean option
  ``cleanup_namespaces`` to remove the objectify namespace
  declarations (and generally clean up the namespace declarations)
  after removing the type annotations.

* ``lxml.objectify`` gained its own ``SubElement()`` function as a
  copy of ``etree.SubElement`` to avoid an otherwise redundant import
  of ``lxml.etree`` on the user side.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Fixed the "descendant" bug in cssselect a second time (after a first
  fix in lxml 2.3.1).  The previous change resulted in a serious
  performance regression for the XPath based evaluation of the
  translated expression.  Note that this breaks the usage of some of
  the generated XPath expressions as XSLT location paths that
  previously worked in 2.3.1.

* Fixed parsing of some selectors in cssselect. Whitespace after combinators
  ">", "+" and "~" is now correctly ignored. Previously is was parsed as
  a descendant combinator. For example, "div> .foo" was parsed the same as
  "div>* .foo" instead of "div>.foo".

Other changes
--------------


2.3.1 (2011-09-25)
==================

Features added
--------------

* New option ``kill_tags`` in ``lxml.html.clean`` to remove specific
  tags and their content (i.e. their whole subtree).

* ``pi.get()`` and ``pi.attrib`` on processing instructions to parse
  pseudo-attributes from the text content of processing instructions.

* ``lxml.get_include()`` returns a list of include paths that can be
  used to compile external C code against lxml.etree.  This is
  specifically required for statically linked lxml builds when code
  needs to compile against the exact same header file versions as lxml
  itself.

* ``Resolver.resolve_file()`` takes an additional option
  ``close_file`` that configures if the file(-like) object will be
  closed after reading or not.  By default, the file will be closed,
  as the user is not expected to keep a reference to it.

Bugs fixed
----------

* HTML cleaning didn't remove 'data:' links.

* The html5lib parser integration now uses the 'official'
  implementation in html5lib itself, which makes it work with newer
  releases of the library.

* In ``lxml.sax``, ``endElementNS()`` could incorrectly reject a plain
  tag name when the corresponding start event inferred the same plain
  tag name to be in the default namespace.

* When an open file-like object is passed into ``parse()`` or
  ``iterparse()``, the parser will no longer close it after use.  This
  reverts a change in lxml 2.3 where all files would be closed.  It is
  the users responsibility to properly close the file(-like) object,
  also in error cases.

* Assertion error in lxml.html.cleaner when discarding top-level elements.

* In lxml.cssselect, use the xpath 'A//B' (short for
  'A/descendant-or-self::node()/B') instead of 'A/descendant::B' for
  the css descendant selector ('A B').  This makes a few edge cases
  like ``"div *:last-child"`` consistent with the selector behavior in
  WebKit and Firefox, and makes more css expressions valid location
  paths (for use in xsl:template match).

* In lxml.html, non-selected ``<option>`` tags no longer show up in the
  collected form values.

* Adding/removing ``<option>`` values to/from a multiple select form
  field properly selects them and unselects them.

Other changes
--------------

* Static builds can specify the download directory with the
  ``--download-dir`` option.


2.3 (2011-02-06)
================

Features added
--------------

* When looking for children, ``lxml.objectify`` takes '{}tag' as
  meaning an empty namespace, as opposed to the parent namespace.

Bugs fixed
----------

* When finished reading from a file-like object, the parser
  immediately calls its ``.close()`` method.

* When finished parsing, ``iterparse()`` immediately closes the input
  file.

* Work-around for libxml2 bug that can leave the HTML parser in a
  non-functional state after parsing a severly broken document (fixed
  in libxml2 2.7.8).

* ``marque`` tag in HTML cleanup code is correctly named ``marquee``.

Other changes
--------------

* Some public functions in the Cython-level C-API have more explicit
  return types.


2.3beta1 (2010-09-06)
=====================

Features added
--------------

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash in newer libxml2 versions when moving elements between
  documents that had attributes on replaced XInclude nodes.

* ``XMLID()`` function was missing the optional ``parser`` and
  ``base_url`` parameters.

* Searching for wildcard tags in ``iterparse()`` was broken in Py3.

* ``lxml.html.open_in_browser()`` didn't work in Python 3 due to the
  use of os.tempnam.  It now takes an optional 'encoding' parameter.

Other changes
--------------


2.3alpha2 (2010-07-24)
======================

Features added
--------------

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash in XSLT when generating text-only result documents with a
  stylesheet created in a different thread.

Other changes
--------------

* ``repr()`` of Element objects shows the hex ID with leading 0x
  (following ElementTree 1.3).


2.3alpha1 (2010-06-19)
======================

Features added
--------------

* Keyword argument ``namespaces`` in ``lxml.cssselect.CSSSelector()``
  to pass a prefix-to-namespace mapping for the selector.

* New function ``lxml.etree.register_namespace(prefix, uri)`` that
  globally registers a namespace prefix for a namespace that newly
  created Elements in that namespace will use automatically.  Follows
  ElementTree 1.3.

* Support 'unicode' string name as encoding parameter in
  ``tostring()``, following ElementTree 1.3.

* Support 'c14n' serialisation method in ``ElementTree.write()`` and
  ``tostring()``, following ElementTree 1.3.

* The ElementPath expression syntax (``el.find*()``) was extended to
  match the upcoming ElementTree 1.3 that will ship in the standard
  library of Python 3.2/2.7.  This includes extended support for
  predicates as well as namespace prefixes (as known from XPath).

* During regular XPath evaluation, various ESXLT functions are
  available within their namespace when using libxslt 1.1.26 or later.

* Support passing a readily configured logger instance into
  ``PyErrorLog``, instead of a logger name.

* On serialisation, the new ``doctype`` parameter can be used to
  override the DOCTYPE (internal subset) of the document.

* New parameter ``output_parent`` to ``XSLTExtension.apply_templates()``
  to append the resulting content directly to an output element.

* ``XSLTExtension.process_children()`` to process the content of the
  XSLT extension element itself.

* ISO-Schematron support based on the de-facto Schematron reference
  'skeleton implementation'.

* XSLT objects now take XPath object as ``__call__`` stylesheet
  parameters.

* Enable path caching in ElementPath (``el.find*()``) to avoid parsing
  overhead.

* Setting the value of a namespaced attribute always uses a prefixed
  namespace instead of the default namespace even if both declare the
  same namespace URI.  This avoids serialisation problems when an
  attribute from a default namespace is set on an element from a
  different namespace.

* XSLT extension elements: support for XSLT context nodes other than
  elements: document root, comments, processing instructions.

* Support for strings (in addition to Elements) in node-sets returned
  by extension functions.

* Forms that lack an ``action`` attribute default to the base URL of
  the document on submit.

* XPath attribute result strings have an ``attrname`` property.

* Namespace URIs get validated against RFC 3986 at the API level
  (required by the XML namespace specification).

* Target parsers show their target object in the ``.target`` property
  (compatible with ElementTree).

Bugs fixed
----------

* API is hardened against invalid proxy instances to prevent crashes
  due to incorrectly instantiated Element instances.

* Prevent crash when instantiating ``CommentBase`` and friends.

* Export ElementTree compatible XML parser class as
  ``XMLTreeBuilder``, as it is called in ET 1.2.

* ObjectifiedDataElements in lxml.objectify were not hashable.  They
  now use the hash value of the underlying Python value (string,
  number, etc.) to which they compare equal.

* Parsing broken fragments in lxml.html could fail if the fragment
  contained an orphaned closing '</div>' tag.

* Using XSLT extension elements around the root of the output document
  crashed.

* ``lxml.cssselect`` did not distinguish between ``x[attr="val"]`` and
  ``x [attr="val"]`` (with a space).  The latter now matches the
  attribute independent of the element.

* Rewriting multiple links inside of HTML text content could end up
  replacing unrelated content as replacements could impact the
  reported position of subsequent matches.  Modifications are now
  simplified by letting the ``iterlinks()`` generator in ``lxml.html``
  return links in reversed order if they appear inside the same text
  node.  Thus, replacements and link-internal modifications no longer
  change the position of links reported afterwards.

* The ``.value`` attribute of ``textarea`` elements in lxml.html did
  not represent the complete raw value (including child tags etc.). It
  now serialises the complete content on read and replaces the
  complete content by a string on write.

* Target parser didn't call ``.close()`` on the target object if
  parsing failed.  Now it is guaranteed that ``.close()`` will be
  called after parsing, regardless of the outcome.

Other changes
-------------

* Official support for Python 3.1.2 and later.

* Static MS Windows builds can now download their dependencies
  themselves.

* ``Element.attrib`` no longer uses a cyclic reference back to its
  Element object.  It therefore no longer requires the garbage
  collector to clean up.

* Static builds include libiconv, in addition to libxml2 and libxslt.


2.2.8 (2010-09-02)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash in newer libxml2 versions when moving elements between
  documents that had attributes on replaced XInclude nodes.

* Import fix for urljoin in Python 3.1+.


2.2.7 (2010-07-24)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash in XSLT when generating text-only result documents with a
  stylesheet created in a different thread.

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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2011Q4-base, pkgsrc-2011Q4, pkgsrc-2011Q3-base, pkgsrc-2011Q3, pkgsrc-2011Q2-base, pkgsrc-2011Q2, pkgsrc-2011Q1-base, pkgsrc-2011Q1, pkgsrc-2010Q4-base, pkgsrc-2010Q4, pkgsrc-2010Q3-base, pkgsrc-2010Q3, pkgsrc-2010Q2-base, pkgsrc-2010Q2, pkgsrc-2010Q1-base, pkgsrc-2010Q1, pkgsrc-2009Q4-base, pkgsrc-2009Q4, pkgsrc-2009Q3-base, pkgsrc-2009Q3
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Update to 2.2.2:

2.2.2 (2009-06-21)
==================

Features added
--------------

* New helper functions ``strip_attributes()``, ``strip_elements()``,
  ``strip_tags()`` in lxml.etree to remove attributes/subtrees/tags
  from a subtree.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Namespace cleanup on subtree insertions could result in missing
  namespace declarations (and potentially crashes) if the element
  defining a namespace was deleted and the namespace was not used by
  the top element of the inserted subtree but only in deeper subtrees.

* Raising an exception from a parser target callback didn't always
  terminate the parser.

* Only {true, false, 1, 0} are accepted as the lexical representation for
  BoolElement ({True, False, T, F, t, f} not any more), restoring lxml <= 2.0
  behaviour.

2.2.1 (2009-06-02)
==================

Features added
--------------

* Injecting default attributes into a document during XML Schema
  validation (also at parse time).

* Pass ``huge_tree`` parser option to disable parser security
  restrictions imposed by libxml2 2.7.

Bugs fixed
----------

* The script for statically building libxml2 and libxslt didn't work
  in Py3.

* ``XMLSchema()`` also passes invalid schema documents on to libxml2
  for parsing (which could lead to a crash before release 2.6.24).

2.2 (2009-03-21)
================

Features added
--------------

* Support for ``standalone`` flag in XML declaration through
  ``tree.docinfo.standalone`` and by passing ``standalone=True/False``
  on serialisation.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when parsing an XML Schema with external imports from a
  filename.


2.2beta4 (2009-02-27)
=====================

Features added
--------------

* Support strings and instantiable Element classes as child arguments
  to the constructor of custom Element classes.

* GZip compression support for serialisation to files and file-like
  objects.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Deep-copying an ElementTree copied neither its sibling PIs and
  comments nor its internal/external DTD subsets.

* Soupparser failed on broken attributes without values.

* Crash in XSLT when overwriting an already defined attribute using
  ``xsl:attribute``.

* Crash bug in exception handling code under Python 3.  This was due
  to a problem in Cython, not lxml itself.

* ``lxml.html.FormElement._name()`` failed for non top-level forms.

* ``TAG`` special attribute in constructor of custom Element classes
  was evaluated incorrectly.

Other changes
-------------

* Official support for Python 3.0.1.

* ``Element.findtext()`` now returns an empty string instead of None
  for Elements without text content.


2.2beta3 (2009-02-17)
=====================

Features added
--------------

* ``XSLT.strparam()`` class method to wrap quoted string parameters
  that require escaping.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Memory leak in XPath evaluators.

* Crash when parsing indented XML in one thread and merging it with
  other documents parsed in another thread.

* Setting the ``base`` attribute in ``lxml.objectify`` from a unicode
  string failed.

* Fixes following changes in Python 3.0.1.

* Minor fixes for Python 3.

Other changes
-------------

* The global error log (which is copied into the exception log) is now
  local to a thread, which fixes some race conditions.

* More robust error handling on serialisation.


2.2beta2 (2009-01-25)
=====================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Potential memory leak on exception handling.  This was due to a
  problem in Cython, not lxml itself.

* ``iter_links`` (and related link-rewriting functions) in
  ``lxml.html`` would interpret CSS like ``url("link")`` incorrectly
  (treating the quotation marks as part of the link).

* Failing import on systems that have an ``io`` module.


2.1.5 (2009-01-06)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Potential memory leak on exception handling.  This was due to a
  problem in Cython, not lxml itself.

* Failing import on systems that have an ``io`` module.


2.2beta1 (2008-12-12)
=====================

Features added
--------------

* Allow ``lxml.html.diff.htmldiff`` to accept Element objects, not
  just HTML strings.

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when using an XPath evaluator in multiple threads.

* Fixed missing whitespace before ``Link:...`` in ``lxml.html.diff``.

Other changes
-------------

* Export ``lxml.html.parse``.


2.1.4 (2008-12-12)
==================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when using an XPath evaluator in multiple threads.


2.0.11 (2008-12-12)
===================

Bugs fixed
----------

* Crash when using an XPath evaluator in multiple threads.


2.2alpha1 (2008-11-23)
======================

Features added
--------------

* Support for XSLT result tree fragments in XPath/XSLT extension
  functions.

* QName objects have new properties ``namespace`` and ``localname``.

* New options for exclusive C14N and C14N without comments.

* Instantiating a custom Element classes creates a new Element.

Bugs fixed
----------

* XSLT didn't inherit the parse options of the input document.

* 0-bytes could slip through the API when used inside of Unicode
  strings.

* With ``lxml.html.clean.autolink``, links with balanced parenthesis,
  that end in a parenthesis, will be linked in their entirety (typical
  with Wikipedia links).

Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jun 14 18:17:25 2009 UTC (9 years, 10 months ago) by joerg
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2009Q2-base, pkgsrc-2009Q2
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Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Feb 17 15:35:45 2009 UTC (10 years, 2 months ago) by joerg
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2009Q1-base, pkgsrc-2009Q1
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Fix native_libs.txt issue. Bump revision.

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Use Python Egg framework. DESTDIR support. Bump revision.

Revision 1.1.1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs] (vendor branch), Tue Nov 18 15:45:56 2008 UTC (10 years, 5 months ago) by wiz
Branch: TNF
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Initial import of py-lxml:

lxml is a Pythonic binding for the libxml2 and libxslt libraries.
It is unique in that it combines the speed and feature completeness
of these libraries with the simplicity of a native Python API,
mostly compatible but superior to the well-known ElementTree API.

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