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Update Travis CI matrix #763

merged 2 commits into from Jan 6, 2019

Update Travis CI matrix #763

merged 2 commits into from Jan 6, 2019


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@kevin-brown kevin-brown commented Jan 5, 2019

  • Test on Python 3.7
kevin-brown added 2 commits Jan 5, 2019
Let's see what "os" gives us by default. We may need to force it to use Xenial if it still defaults to Trust, which it probably does.
Python 3.7 is not supprted within Travis CI when running on Trusty, which is the current default for Linux.
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@liZe liZe commented Jan 6, 2019

Thank you!

Have xenial been available for a long time on Travis? I'm always lost when I want to get updates about supported Ubuntu distributions and Python versions…

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@kevin-brown kevin-brown commented Jan 6, 2019

Have xenial been available for a long time on Travis?

For a few months, but not a lot of projects have been moving over to it (because it takes effort). Here's the blog post:

I'm always lost when I want to get updates about supported Ubuntu distributions and Python versions…

The Travis CI Blog is probably your best bet there, but I personally just watch for pull requests to other projects and then realize that there are new supported versions.

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netbsd-srcmastr pushed a commit to NetBSD/pkgsrc that referenced this pull request Feb 21, 2019
Version 45

Released on 2019-02-20.

WeasyPrint now has a `code of conduct

A new website has been launched, with beautiful and useful graphs about speed
and memory use across versions: check `WeasyPerf


* Python 3.5+ is now needed, Python 3.4 is not supported anymore

Bug fixes:

* `798 <>`_:
  Prevent endless loop and index out of range in pagination
* `767 <>`_:
  Add a ``--quiet`` CLI parameter
* `784 <>`_:
  Fix library loading on Alpine
* `791 <>`_:
  Use path2url in tests for Windows
* `789 <>`_:
  Add LICENSE file to distributed sources
* `788 <>`_:
  Fix pending references
* `780 <>`_:
  Don't draw patterns for empty page backgrounds
* `774 <>`_:
  Don't crash when links include quotes
* `637 <>`_:
  Fix a problem with justified text
* `763 <>`_:
  Launch tests with Python 3.7
* `704 <>`_:
  Fix a corner case with tables
* `804 <>`_:
  Don't logger handlers defined before importing WeasyPrint
* `109 <>`_,
  `748 <>`_:
  Don't include punctuation for hyphenation
* `770 <>`_:
  Don't crash when people use uppercase words from old-fashioned Microsoft
  fonts in tables, especially when there's an 5th column
* Use a `separate logger
  <>`_ to
  report the rendering process
* Add a ``--debug`` CLI parameter and set debug level for unknown prefixed CSS
* Define minimal versions of Python and setuptools in setup.cfg


* `796 <>`_:
  Fix a small typo in the tutorial
* `792 <>`_:
  Document no alignement character support
* `773 <>`_:
  Fix phrasing in Hacking section
* `402 <>`_:
  Add a paragraph about fontconfig error
* `764 <>`_:
  Fix list of dependencies for Alpine
* Fix API documentation of HTML and CSS classes
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