IPv6 host string support (#385) #491

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@max-arnold
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I updated host string normalization/denormalization functions to support ipv6 notation (plus related fix for contrib.sync_project). Parser is not very strict, but it works and passes all existing tests plus several new ones. The syntax examples are below:

::1
[::1]:1222
user@2001:db8::1
user@[2001:db8::1]:1222

Works for me on linux and os x, but more testing is certainly required.

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IPv6 addresses #385

@max-arnold max-arnold Merge branch 'master' into 385-ipv6-hosts
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	fabric/contrib/project.py
	fabric/network.py
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@max-arnold
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I finally managed to update IPv6 branch to match the latest master, sorry for the delay.

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Current Travis failure status looks like a temporary issue on their end or with Github. Will take a sec to try and update this locally & merge. Thanks a lot @max-arnold !

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Thanks!

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