ruby193-puppet-0.25.5nb1 has /opt/csw prefix configured in /opt/local/lib/svc/method/svc-puppetmasterd instead of /opt/local #43

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scarcry commented Mar 15, 2013

using http://pkgsrc.smartos.org/packages/SmartOS/2012Q4-multiarch/All
ruby193-puppet-0.25.5nb1 contains /opt/local/lib/svc/method/svc-puppetmasterd method file but it contains /opt/csw as the prefix instead of /opt/local
Said method file is being used in /opt/local/share/examples/ruby193-puppet/svc/puppetmasterd.xml as it's start and stop method

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 1, 2013

wiz Update to 0.10.1; bump ABI depends due to new fribidi dependency.
libass (0.10.1)
 * Fix letter spacing
 * Add \rSTYLENAME syntax support (GC #43)
 * Fix border generation and border style reset (GC #56)
 * Fix various issues with bug-for-bug compatibility of
   transformations (\fax, \fay, etc.) to VSFilter (GC #46, GC #42)
 * Fix drawing parsing (GC #47)
 * Various fixes to shaper (GC #54, GC #55, GC#59)
 * Fix change detection
 * Add ass_set_line_position API to set a vertical subtitle offset
 * Fix scaling of drawing baseline offset (\pbo) values
 * Fix skipping of zero-width characters for FriBiDi shaper
 * Use LTR text base direction by default, similar to VSFilter

libass (0.10.0)
 * Bidirectional layout and Arabic shaping via FriBidi (GC #13)
 * OpenType shaping via HarfBuzz-ng (GC #13)
 * Add API for shaper configuration
 * Add support for `Language' Script Info property, this can be used for
   hinting the text language
 * Vertical layout improvements
   * Use `vert' and `vkna' OpenType features for vertical glyph variants
   * Position rotated glyphs onto baseline
 * Parse font encoding property for base text direction hinting
 * Refactor cache system
 * Use generic outlines in place of FreeType glyphs
 * Direct outline bitmap rendering
 * Fix whitespace trimming (GC #35)
 * Do not render border if there's no shadow or glyph (GC #29)
 * Adjust spacing after a italic to non-italic style change (GC #37)
 * Fix fade timing
 * Fix x positioning with borders (GC #27)
 * Build system tweaks
d07c237
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mamash commented May 28, 2013

This is now OBE, as upstream pkgsrc was updated to 3.1.1 last month. I haven't tried that package yet, but it's an entire overhaul of the ancient 0.25.5 that was there before. The new version will part of the next package set (2013Q2) in early July, so let's focus on that (I'll try to test it soon).

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@mamash mamash pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 12, 2013

wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
82ae65a

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 16, 2013

taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.9.
=== 2.9 / 2013-07-24

* Minor enhancement
  * Added max_requests to avoid ECONNRESET for a server that allows a limited
    number of requests on a connection.  Pull request #42 by James Tucker.
  * Request failures are now raised with the backtrace of the original
    exception.  This gives better insight into the reason for the failure.
    See #41 by Andrew Cholakian.
  * OpenSSL is no longer required.  If OpenSSL is not available an exception
    will be raised when attempting to access HTTPS resources.  Feature request
    by André Arko

* Bug fixes
  * Explain the proper way of sending parameters depending upon the request
    method.  Issue #35 by André Arko.
  * Handle Errno::ETIMEDOUT by retrying the request.  Issue #36 by André Arko.
  * Requests retried by ruby 2.x are no longer retried by net-http-persistent.
  * Finish the connection if an otherwise unhandled exception happens during a
    request.  Bug #46 by Mark Oude Veldhuis.
  * detect_idle_timeout now assumes a StandardError indicates the idle timeout
    has been found.  Bug #43 by James Tucker.
fee061f

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013

taca Update ruby-mocha to 0.10.5.
= 0.10.5 (a5a64cf9755b21d4a30e446232654d1c0fc6f151)
* Fix for issue #66 (hopefully without regressing on issue #63) - Mocha::Mock has Mocha::Mockery as a dependency. Stop trying to pretend otherwise. Thanks to @kennyj for reporting.
* Fix a bunch of warnings in Ruby 1.9. There are still the 6 test failures mentioned in issue #41 which I suspect are due to the introspection gem not being Ruby 1.9-compatible.
* Add links to README for source code & issue tracker.
* Fix for issue #67 - Make the travis-ci badge visible in the README. Thanks to Diego Plentz for pull request.
* Fix for issue #70 - Rename Mock#expectations to Mock#__expectations__ to avoid conflicts. Thanks to Jeremy Stephens for pull request.

= 0.10.4 ()
* Fix for issue #65 - expectations not being verified in subsequent tests
* Fix for issue #63 - require Mocha::Mockery at Mocha::Mock class load time and not on invocation of Mock#method_missing.
* Fix for issue #45 - raise ArgumentError if Mocha::ParameterMatchers#has_entry is given
Hash with wrong number of entries.
* Make global variable name more obscure to avoid clashes with other libraries.
* Move travis-ci-related gemfiles into their own directory.

= 0.10.3 (e7f88af8e7c3396bc85fe9f9cb9e5f5fef04bea2)
* Fix for issue #57. Gem::Requirement#=~ was only added in rubygems v1.8.0, but Object#=~ means the result of various monkey-patching checks is always false/nil for earlier versions of rubygems. However, the method it aliases #satisfied_by? has existed since Gem::Dependency was extracted from Gem::Version in rubygems v0.9.4.4, so it's much safer to use that. Thanks to fguillen for reporting and helping with diagnosis.

= 0.10.2 (e05d9a555f1cf97c5961900dab0d884e9753257b)
* Merge pull request #53. Unstubbing a method should not remove expectations for other stubbed methods. Fixes #52. Thanks to saikat.

= 0.10.1 (f631a4ba22c6ed4929c52b0520311a9a84034a20)
* Merge pull request #51. Use Gem::Requirement & Gem::Version for version comparison. Fixes issue #50. Thanks to meineerde.
* Fixed typo in rdoc for Mocha::ObjectMethods.
* Improve README as suggested in issue #46. Explain that Mocha must be loaded after test libraries and how to achieve this using Bundler.
* Merge pull request #43 - nobody expects the spanish inquisition! Thanks to cairo140.
* Fix for issue #39 - improve documentation for Expectation#multiple_yields.
* Fix for issue #38 where a subtle change in test-unit v2.3.0 had been missed - only visible in verbose mode.
* Support for MiniTest up to v2.6.2 has been verified.
* Add explicit development dependency on coderay for generating syntax-highlighted code examples.
03b0d3d

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013

sno Updating package for Perl 5 module Method::Signatures in
devel/p5-Method-Signatures from 20111020 to 20120523.

pkgsrc changes:
- adding test dependencies
- reordering runtime dependencies for easier check against module
  meta information

Upstream changes:
20120523	May 23 16:36:04 PDT 2012
    Distribution Fixes
	* Fixed META.json

20120517    Thu May 17 20:14:34 PDT 2012
    Promoted to full release

20120514.0117_001   Mon May 14 01:17:38 PDT 2012
    Distribution Fixes
    * Added version number to Method::Signatures::Modifiers.

20111125    Fri Nov 25 01:15:50 PST 2011
    Optimizations
    * Type checks significantly faster.  40% faster with Mouse.
      20% faster with Moose. [github #42]

    Distribution Fixes
    * Added Test::Exception as a build requirement [github #43]
    * Added Moose as a recommended module (with version number)
e1fa0ec

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013

wiz Update to 0.10.1; bump ABI depends due to new fribidi dependency.
libass (0.10.1)
 * Fix letter spacing
 * Add \rSTYLENAME syntax support (GC #43)
 * Fix border generation and border style reset (GC #56)
 * Fix various issues with bug-for-bug compatibility of
   transformations (\fax, \fay, etc.) to VSFilter (GC #46, GC #42)
 * Fix drawing parsing (GC #47)
 * Various fixes to shaper (GC #54, GC #55, GC#59)
 * Fix change detection
 * Add ass_set_line_position API to set a vertical subtitle offset
 * Fix scaling of drawing baseline offset (\pbo) values
 * Fix skipping of zero-width characters for FriBiDi shaper
 * Use LTR text base direction by default, similar to VSFilter

libass (0.10.0)
 * Bidirectional layout and Arabic shaping via FriBidi (GC #13)
 * OpenType shaping via HarfBuzz-ng (GC #13)
 * Add API for shaper configuration
 * Add support for `Language' Script Info property, this can be used for
   hinting the text language
 * Vertical layout improvements
   * Use `vert' and `vkna' OpenType features for vertical glyph variants
   * Position rotated glyphs onto baseline
 * Parse font encoding property for base text direction hinting
 * Refactor cache system
 * Use generic outlines in place of FreeType glyphs
 * Direct outline bitmap rendering
 * Fix whitespace trimming (GC #35)
 * Do not render border if there's no shadow or glyph (GC #29)
 * Adjust spacing after a italic to non-italic style change (GC #37)
 * Fix fade timing
 * Fix x positioning with borders (GC #27)
 * Build system tweaks
612ef5f

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013

wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
98ab6bc

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013

taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.9.
=== 2.9 / 2013-07-24

* Minor enhancement
  * Added max_requests to avoid ECONNRESET for a server that allows a limited
    number of requests on a connection.  Pull request #42 by James Tucker.
  * Request failures are now raised with the backtrace of the original
    exception.  This gives better insight into the reason for the failure.
    See #41 by Andrew Cholakian.
  * OpenSSL is no longer required.  If OpenSSL is not available an exception
    will be raised when attempting to access HTTPS resources.  Feature request
    by André Arko

* Bug fixes
  * Explain the proper way of sending parameters depending upon the request
    method.  Issue #35 by André Arko.
  * Handle Errno::ETIMEDOUT by retrying the request.  Issue #36 by André Arko.
  * Requests retried by ruby 2.x are no longer retried by net-http-persistent.
  * Finish the connection if an otherwise unhandled exception happens during a
    request.  Bug #46 by Mark Oude Veldhuis.
  * detect_idle_timeout now assumes a StandardError indicates the idle timeout
    has been found.  Bug #43 by James Tucker.
a232434

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014

wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
33480cb

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014

taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.9.
=== 2.9 / 2013-07-24

* Minor enhancement
  * Added max_requests to avoid ECONNRESET for a server that allows a limited
    number of requests on a connection.  Pull request #42 by James Tucker.
  * Request failures are now raised with the backtrace of the original
    exception.  This gives better insight into the reason for the failure.
    See #41 by Andrew Cholakian.
  * OpenSSL is no longer required.  If OpenSSL is not available an exception
    will be raised when attempting to access HTTPS resources.  Feature request
    by André Arko

* Bug fixes
  * Explain the proper way of sending parameters depending upon the request
    method.  Issue #35 by André Arko.
  * Handle Errno::ETIMEDOUT by retrying the request.  Issue #36 by André Arko.
  * Requests retried by ruby 2.x are no longer retried by net-http-persistent.
  * Finish the connection if an otherwise unhandled exception happens during a
    request.  Bug #46 by Mark Oude Veldhuis.
  * detect_idle_timeout now assumes a StandardError indicates the idle timeout
    has been found.  Bug #43 by James Tucker.
e463d52

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014

wiz Update to 0.10.1; bump ABI depends due to new fribidi dependency.
libass (0.10.1)
 * Fix letter spacing
 * Add \rSTYLENAME syntax support (GC #43)
 * Fix border generation and border style reset (GC #56)
 * Fix various issues with bug-for-bug compatibility of
   transformations (\fax, \fay, etc.) to VSFilter (GC #46, GC #42)
 * Fix drawing parsing (GC #47)
 * Various fixes to shaper (GC #54, GC #55, GC#59)
 * Fix change detection
 * Add ass_set_line_position API to set a vertical subtitle offset
 * Fix scaling of drawing baseline offset (\pbo) values
 * Fix skipping of zero-width characters for FriBiDi shaper
 * Use LTR text base direction by default, similar to VSFilter

libass (0.10.0)
 * Bidirectional layout and Arabic shaping via FriBidi (GC #13)
 * OpenType shaping via HarfBuzz-ng (GC #13)
 * Add API for shaper configuration
 * Add support for `Language' Script Info property, this can be used for
   hinting the text language
 * Vertical layout improvements
   * Use `vert' and `vkna' OpenType features for vertical glyph variants
   * Position rotated glyphs onto baseline
 * Parse font encoding property for base text direction hinting
 * Refactor cache system
 * Use generic outlines in place of FreeType glyphs
 * Direct outline bitmap rendering
 * Fix whitespace trimming (GC #35)
 * Do not render border if there's no shadow or glyph (GC #29)
 * Adjust spacing after a italic to non-italic style change (GC #37)
 * Fix fade timing
 * Fix x positioning with borders (GC #27)
 * Build system tweaks
2d196b1

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014

wiz Update to 0.9.6:
-----
0.9.6
-----

* Issue #44: Test failure on Python 2.4 when MD5 hash doesn't have a `.name`
  attribute.

-----
0.9.5
-----

* Python #17980: Fix security vulnerability in SSL certificate validation.

-----
0.9.4
-----

* Issue #43: Fix issue (introduced in 0.9.1) with version resolution when
  upgrading over other releases of Setuptools.

-----
0.9.3
-----

* Issue #42: Fix new ``AttributeError`` introduced in last fix.

-----
0.9.2
-----

* Issue #42: Fix regression where blank checksums would trigger an
  ``AttributeError``.

-----
0.9.1
-----

* Distribute #386: Allow other positional and keyword arguments to os.open.
* Corrected dependency on certifi mis-referenced in 0.9.
dea6f42

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014

taca Update ruby-net-http-persistent to 2.9.
=== 2.9 / 2013-07-24

* Minor enhancement
  * Added max_requests to avoid ECONNRESET for a server that allows a limited
    number of requests on a connection.  Pull request #42 by James Tucker.
  * Request failures are now raised with the backtrace of the original
    exception.  This gives better insight into the reason for the failure.
    See #41 by Andrew Cholakian.
  * OpenSSL is no longer required.  If OpenSSL is not available an exception
    will be raised when attempting to access HTTPS resources.  Feature request
    by André Arko

* Bug fixes
  * Explain the proper way of sending parameters depending upon the request
    method.  Issue #35 by André Arko.
  * Handle Errno::ETIMEDOUT by retrying the request.  Issue #36 by André Arko.
  * Requests retried by ruby 2.x are no longer retried by net-http-persistent.
  * Finish the connection if an otherwise unhandled exception happens during a
    request.  Bug #46 by Mark Oude Veldhuis.
  * detect_idle_timeout now assumes a StandardError indicates the idle timeout
    has been found.  Bug #43 by James Tucker.
bbb8fba

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 19, 2014

wiz Update to 6.06:
2014-04-16  Release 6.06

Ville Skyttä (3):
      Merge pull request #44 from dsteinbrunner/master
      Spelling fixes.
      Merge pull request #55 from oalders/master

Karen Etheridge (2):
      Merge pull request #38 from mbeijen/typo-sting
      Merge pull request #43 from dsteinbrunner/master

David Steinbrunner (2):
      Spelling corrections

Olaf Alders (1):
      Typo fixes.

Steffen Ullrich (1):
      correct behavior for https_proxy,
      e.g. don't send plain https:// requests to proxy, but instead establish
      CONNECT tunnel and then send requests inside tunnel.
      This change does together with a change in LWP::Protocol::https.
      The change supports LWP::Protocol::https with the default
      IO::Socket::SSL backend, but also with Net::SSL. Also:
      - proxy authorization is supported (http://user:pass@host:port as proxy
        URL, Net::SSL still needs special HTTPS_PROXY_* environemt variables,
        as before)
      - CONNECT request does not need to be the first request inside the
        tunnel (not with Net::SSL)
      - conn_cache is read and written inside request(), instead of writing in
        request() and reading in _new_socket(). If a https tunnel is
        established the cache_key no longer depends only on proxy host,port
        but also on the tunnel endpoint
      - CONNECT is a proxy request and must always use Proxy-Authorization,
        not Authorization header

turugina (1):
      fix: auth-header of Digest auth did not conform to
      RFC 2617 when WWW-Authenticate has 'qop' parameter.

Gisle Aas (1):
      SSL libs might trigger ENOTTY on read

Michiel Beijen (1):
      Small typo.
187601a

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 2, 2014

wiz Update to 6.06:
2014-04-16  Release 6.06

Ville Skyttä (3):
      Merge pull request #44 from dsteinbrunner/master
      Spelling fixes.
      Merge pull request #55 from oalders/master

Karen Etheridge (2):
      Merge pull request #38 from mbeijen/typo-sting
      Merge pull request #43 from dsteinbrunner/master

David Steinbrunner (2):
      Spelling corrections

Olaf Alders (1):
      Typo fixes.

Steffen Ullrich (1):
      correct behavior for https_proxy,
      e.g. don't send plain https:// requests to proxy, but instead establish
      CONNECT tunnel and then send requests inside tunnel.
      This change does together with a change in LWP::Protocol::https.
      The change supports LWP::Protocol::https with the default
      IO::Socket::SSL backend, but also with Net::SSL. Also:
      - proxy authorization is supported (http://user:pass@host:port as proxy
        URL, Net::SSL still needs special HTTPS_PROXY_* environemt variables,
        as before)
      - CONNECT request does not need to be the first request inside the
        tunnel (not with Net::SSL)
      - conn_cache is read and written inside request(), instead of writing in
        request() and reading in _new_socket(). If a https tunnel is
        established the cache_key no longer depends only on proxy host,port
        but also on the tunnel endpoint
      - CONNECT is a proxy request and must always use Proxy-Authorization,
        not Authorization header

turugina (1):
      fix: auth-header of Digest auth did not conform to
      RFC 2617 when WWW-Authenticate has 'qop' parameter.

Gisle Aas (1):
      SSL libs might trigger ENOTTY on read

Michiel Beijen (1):
      Small typo.
9784428

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 16, 2015

wen Update to 1.3.6
Add test target

Upstream changes:
2015-03-14 -- 1.3.6

    * Class.slots raises NotImplementedError for old style classes.
      Closes issue #67.

    * Add a new option to AstroidManager, `optimize_ast`, which
      controls if peephole optimizer should be enabled or not.
      This prevents a regression, where the visit_binop method
      wasn't called anymore with astroid 1.3.5, due to the differences
      in the resulting AST. Closes issue #82.


2015-03-11 -- 1.3.5

    * Add the ability to optimize small ast subtrees,
      with the first use in the optimization of multiple
      BinOp nodes. This removes recursivity in the rebuilder
      when dealing with a lot of small strings joined by the
      addition operator. Closes issue #59.

    * Obtain the methods for the nose brain tip through an
      unittest.TestCase instance. Closes Pylint issue #457.

    * Fix a crash which occurred when a class was the ancestor
      of itself. Closes issue #78.

    * Improve the scope_lookup method for Classes regarding qualified
      objects, with an attribute name exactly as one provided in the
      class itself.

      For example, a class containing an attribute 'first',
      which was also an import and which had, as a base, a qualified name
      or a Gettattr node, in the form 'module.first', then Pylint would
      have inferred the `first` name as the function from the Class,
      not the import. Closes Pylint issue #466.

    * Implement the assigned_stmts operation for Starred nodes,
      which was omitted when support for Python 3 was added in astroid.
      Closes issue #36.


2015-01-17 -- 1.3.4

    * Get the first element from the method list when obtaining
      the functions from nose.tools.trivial. Closes Pylint issue #448.

2015-01-16 -- 1.3.3

    * Restore file_stream to a property, but deprecate it in favour of
      the newly added method Module.stream. By using a method instead of a
      property, it will be easier to properly close the file right
      after it is used, which will ensure that no file descriptors are
      leaked. Until now, due to the fact that a module was cached,
      it was not possible to close the file_stream anywhere.
      file_stream will start emitting PendingDeprecationWarnings in
      astroid 1.4, DeprecationWarnings in astroid 1.5 and it will
      be finally removed in astroid 1.6.

    * Add inference tips for 'tuple', 'list', 'dict' and 'set' builtins.

    * Add brain definition for most string and unicode methods

    * Changed the API for Class.slots. It returns None when the class
      doesn't define any slots. Previously, for both the cases where
      the class didn't have slots defined and when it had an empty list
      of slots, Class.slots returned an empty list.

    * Add a new method to Class nodes, 'mro', for obtaining the
      the method resolution order of the class.

    * Add brain tips for six.moves. Closes issue #63.

    * Improve the detection for functions decorated with decorators
      which returns static or class methods.

    * .slots() can contain unicode strings on Python 2.

    * Add inference tips for nose.tools.


2014-11-22 -- 1.3.2

    * Fixed a crash with invalid subscript index.

    * Implement proper base class semantics for Python 3, where
      every class derives from object.

    * Allow more fine-grained control over C extension loading
      in the manager.

2014-11-21 -- 1.3.1

    * Fixed a crash issue with the pytest brain module.

2014-11-20 -- 1.3.0

    * Fix a maximum recursion error occured during the inference,
      where statements with the same name weren't filtered properly.
      Closes pylint issue #295.

    * Check that EmptyNode has an underlying object in
      EmptyNode.has_underlying_object.

    * Simplify the understanding of enum members.

    * Fix an infinite loop with decorator call chain inference,
      where the decorator returns itself. Closes issue #50.

    * Various speed improvements. Patch by Alex Munroe.

    * Add pytest brain plugin. Patch by Robbie Coomber.

    * Support for Python versions < 2.7 has been dropped, and the
      source has been made compatible with Python 2 and 3. Running
      2to3 on installation for Python 3 is not needed anymore.

    * astroid now depends on six.

    * modutils._module_file opens __init__.py in binary mode.
      Closes issues #51 and #13.

    * Only C extensions from trusted sources (the standard library)
      are loaded into the examining Python process to build an AST
      from the live module.

    * Path names on case-insensitive filesystems are now properly
      handled. This fixes the stdlib detection code on Windows.

    * Metaclass-generating functions like six.with_metaclass
      are now supported via some explicit detection code.

    * astroid.register_module_extender has been added to generalize
      the support for module extenders as used by many brain plugins.

    * brain plugins can now register hooks to handle failed imports,
      as done by the gobject-introspection plugin.

    * The modules have been moved to a separate package directory,
      `setup.py develop` now works correctly.


2014-08-24 -- 1.2.1

    * Fix a crash occurred when inferring decorator call chain.
      Closes issue #42.

    * Set the parent of vararg and kwarg nodes when inferring them.
      Closes issue #43.

    * namedtuple inference knows about '_fields' attribute.

    * enum members knows about the methods from the enum class.

    * Name inference will lookup in the parent function
      of the current scope, in case searching in the current scope
      fails.

    * Inference of the functional form of the enums takes into
      consideration the various inputs that enums accepts.

    * The inference engine handles binary operations (add, mul etc.)
      between instances.

    * Fix an infinite loop in the inference, by returning a copy
      of instance attributes, when calling 'instance_attr'.
      Closes issue #34 (patch by Emile Anclin).

    * Don't crash when trying to infer unbound object.__new__ call.
      Closes issue #11.

2014-07-25  --  1.2.0

    * Function nodes can detect decorator call chain and see if they are
      decorated with builtin descriptors (`classmethod` and `staticmethod`).

    * infer_call_result called on a subtype of the builtin type will now
      return a new `Class` rather than an `Instance`.

    * `Class.metaclass()` now handles module-level __metaclass__ declaration
      on python 2, and no longer looks at the __metaclass__ class attribute on
      python 3.

    * Function nodes can detect if they are decorated with subclasses
      of builtin descriptors when determining their type
      (`classmethod` and `staticmethod`).

    * Add `slots` method to `Class` nodes, for retrieving
      the list of valid slots it defines.

    * Expose function annotation to astroid: `Arguments` node
      exposes 'varargannotation', 'kwargannotation' and 'annotations'
      attributes, while `Function` node has the 'returns' attribute.

    * Backported most of the logilab.common.modutils module there, as
      most things there are for pylint/astroid only and we want to be
      able to fix them without requiring a new logilab.common release

    * Fix names grabed using wildcard import in "absolute import mode"
      (ie with absolute_import activated from the __future__ or with
      python 3). Fix pylint issue #58.

    * Add support in pylint-brain for understanding enum classes.

2014-04-30  --  1.1.1
    * `Class.metaclass()` looks in ancestors when the current class
      does not define explicitly a metaclass.

    * Do not cache modules if a module with the same qname is already
      known, and only return cached modules if both name and filepath
      match. Fixes pylint Bitbucket issue #136.

2014-04-18  --  1.1.0
    * All class nodes are marked as new style classes for Py3k.

    * Add a `metaclass` function to `Class` nodes to
      retrieve their metaclass.

    * Add a new YieldFrom node.

    * Add support for inferring arguments to namedtuple invocations.

    * Make sure that objects returned for namedtuple
      inference have parents.

    * Don't crash when inferring nodes from `with` clauses
      with multiple context managers. Closes #18.

    * Don't crash when a class has some __call__ method that is not
      inferable. Closes #17.

    * Unwrap instances found in `.ancestors()`, by using their _proxied
      class.
847122f

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 14, 2015

taca Update ruby-classifier-reborn to 2.0.4.
v2.0.4

Major Enhancements

* Classification thresholds can be enabled or disabled. The default is
  disabled. The threshold value can be set at initialization time or
  dynamically during processing (#47)
* Made auto-categorization optional, defaulting to false (#45)
* Added the ability to handle an array of classifications to the constructor
  (#44)
* Classification with a threshold has been added to the api (#39)

Minor Enhancements

* Documentation around threshold usage (#54)
* Fixed UTF-8 encoding for hasher.rb (#50)
* Removed some unnecessary methods (#43)
* Add optional CachedContentNode (GSL only) (#43)
* Caches the transposed search_vector (#43)
* Added custom marshal_ methods to not save the cache when dumping/loading
  (#43)
* Optimized some numeric comparisons and iterators (#43)
* Added cached calculation table when computing raw_vectors (#43)
* If a category name is already a symbol, just return it (#45)
* Various Hash improvements (#45)
* Eliminated several Ruby ⚠️s when run with RUBYOPT="-w" (#38)
* Simple performance improvements for the Hasher process (#41)
* Fixes for broken regex splitting for non-ascii characters and removal of the
  unused punctuation filter (#41)
* Add multiple language stopwords with customizable stop word paths (#40)

Bug Fixes

* Fixed the bug where adding the same category a second time would clobber the
  category that was already there (#45)
* Fixed deprecation warning for <=> in ls.rb (#33)
* Remove references to Madeline in the README and replace it with Marshal or
  Redis (#32)

Development Fixes

* Added development dependency on mini_test and added 2.2 to travis.yml (#36)
3dad9c8

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 9, 2016

wiz Update setuptools_scm to 1.10.1:
v1.10.1
=======

* fix issue #73 - in hg pre commit merge, consider parent1 instead of failing

v1.10.0
=======

* add support for overriding the version number via the
  environment variable SETUPTOOLS_SCM_PRETEND_VERSION

* fix isssue #63 by adding the --match parameter to the git describe call
  and prepare the possibility of passing more options to scm backends

* fix issue #70 and #71 by introducing the parse keyword
  to specify custom scm parsing, its an expert feature,
  use with caution

  this change also introduces the setuptools_scm.parse_scm_fallback
  entrypoint which can be used to register custom archive fallbacks


v1.9.0
======

* Add :code:`relative_to` parameter to :code:`get_version` function;
  fixes #44 per #45.

v1.8.0
======

* fix issue with setuptools wrong version warnings being printed to standard
  out. User is informed now by distutils-warnings.
* restructure root finding, we now reliably ignore outer scm
  and prefer PKG-INFO over scm, fixes #43 and #45

v1.7.0
======

* correct the url to github
  thanks David Szotten
* enhance scm not found errors with a note on git tarballs
  thanks Markus
* add support for :code:`write_to_template`
cd7b2d5

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 19, 2016

wen Update to 0.36
Upstream changes:
0.36  Tue Feb 16 22:16:21 CST 2016

 - 117bd64 - Use croak instead of die; use eval syntax instead of universal::isa (as perlcritic wishes) <viviparous>
 - 4b620b6 - Load File::Copy and Perl::OSType only when used (copy_to, move_to) <Olivier Mengu矇>
 - 55ecb58 - always use canonpath on arguments to splitdir <Andrew Gregory>
 - 25c12f7 - Fix 'Operation "eq": no method found' error (RT #77259), whose underlying cause
   isn't really understood. <mzrinsky>
 - 935eeed - Add some fixes & tests for contains() with updir stuff (github #43) <Ken Williams>
 - 927fa74 - Fix Carp::Croak to Carp::croak <Ken Williams>
 - 2d615ca 34da6d3 5fcad02 1b7be68 a622acf - Fixed and improved Travis testing configuration <Dave Rolsky>
 - 2a74c40 - Fix Pod typos <苤迮�迣迮邿 �郋邾訄郇郋赲>
 - 28ca95a - Check all print calls in spew and explicitly call (and check) close <Dave Rolsky>
4c30485

@mamash mamash added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 6, 2016

@mamash fhajny + mamash Update time/py-parsedatetime to 2.1 (in-freeze, OK by wiz).
v2.1
- Issue #156 parsedatetime 2.0 doesn't work on py26

v2.0
- Issue #155 Relative times containing years fail when computed
  from a leap day
- Issue #145 cal.parse('2015-11-18') returns November 19th 2015
- Issue #143 What is the second value returned by `parse`?
- Issue #141 Bad test case in TestComplexDateTimes
- Issue #123 update supporting files for v2.0 release
- Issue #124 Put locales into config-files (yaml)
- Issue #125 Remove extra files
- Issue #137 Year is parsed wrongly if the date is of format
  MMM DD, YYxx xx:SS bug
- Issue #136 Why I see 2016 instead of 2015?
- Issue #133 Bug: "2015-01-01" is parsed as the current date.
- Issue #126 "Unresolved attribute reference 'parse' for class
  'object'... " in Pycharm IDE. bug
- Issue #120 the pdt_locales/en_AU.py file uses en_A for
  the localID instead of en_AU
- Issue #114 Dates in the format 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM' give
  the incorrect month and day
- Issue #112 Document getting a time from parsedatetime
  into a standard Python structure
- Issue #110 AttributeError when running in the context
  of an HTTP request
- Issue #109 YearParseStyle is ignored for dates in MM/DD style
- Issue #107 yyyy/mm/dd date format
- Issue #105 "this week" is not parsed
- Issue #103 get UTC times from parseDT - trouble with at 9:30
  clock times being interpreted directly in UTC
- Issue #100 Fractional deltas result in incoherent results.
- PR #118 ADD: improve russian locale
- PR #117 ADD: Russian Locale
- PR #116 Fix spelling of "separator".
- PR #115 Update README.rst
- PR #113 Add datetime example to readme.
- PR #111 Allowed real number appear in text like "5.5 days ago"

v1.5
- Issue #99 Which year is implied when given just a month and day?
  Next and last? question
- Issue #96 Word boundary issues for specials (on, at, in) in nlp
- Issue #94 inconsistent application of sourceTime
  in Calendar.parseDT
- Issue #87 nlp() doesn't recognize some "next ..." expressions
- Issue #84 Afternoon? bug
- Issue #82 'last week' and 'next week' are broken
- Issue #81 parse returns default time of 0900 with dates like
  'next friday' despite passed struct_time bug
- Issue #78 Link for Travis in README is wrong
- Issue #72 Enable travis
- Issue #71 Calendar() class can not be initialized 1.4 (it's
  fine)
- Issue #66 Unexpected struct_time flag with Calendar.parse
  on HTML <a href> string
- Issue #65 NLP false positives
- Issue #63 Supporting multiple shortweekday abbreviations
- Issue #61 Short weekday abbreviations bug
- Issue #56 Parse words to numbers (thirteen => 13)
- Issue #54 testMonths fails
- commit 107c7e4655 fix for issue 95 - parsing 'next june 15'
- commit 2c0c8ec778 Fixed faulty test, "730am" parses as "73:0 am"
  which is a bug for a later day.
- commit 6f244e891d Fix "ones" parsing as "1s." Require a word
  boundary between spelled numbers and units.
- commit 035818edef Fix "1 day ago" parsing like "1d 1y ago"
  where "a" within the word "day" is interpreted as 1.
- commit 45002e6eec Fixes "next week" and similar modifier
  + unit pairs in nlp()
- commit 47d2e1d527 Fixed "last week"

v1.4
- Updated setup.py for wheel compatibility
- renamed README.txt to README.rst
- renamed MANIFEST to MANIFEST.in
- cleaned up a lot of the doc and notes
- Commit 3fc165e701 mafagafo Now it works for Python 3.4.1
- Commit d5883801e7 borgstrom Restore Python 2.6 compatibility

1.3
- Issue #45 make a new release to really fix backwards
  compatibility
- Issue #43 Please tag version 1.3
- Commit 29c5c8961d devainandor fixed Python 3 compatibility
  in pdtLocale_icu
- Commit d7304f18f7 inean Fix support for 'now' when no modifiers
  are present
- Commit 26bfc91c28 sashaacker Added parseDT method.
- Commit 848deb47e2 rmecham Added support for dotted meridians.
- Commit c821e08ce2 ccho-sevenrooms corrected misspelling
  of 'thirteen'
- Biggest change is the addition of the nlp() function
  by Geoffrey Floyd:
    nlp() function that utilizes parse() after making judgements
    about what datetime information belongs together. It makes
    logical groupings based on proximity and returns a parsed
    datetime for each matched grouping of datetime text, along
    with location info within the given inputString.
297dd9c

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 7, 2016

fhajny Update time/py-parsedatetime to 2.1 (in-freeze, OK by wiz).
v2.1
- Issue #156 parsedatetime 2.0 doesn't work on py26

v2.0
- Issue #155 Relative times containing years fail when computed
  from a leap day
- Issue #145 cal.parse('2015-11-18') returns November 19th 2015
- Issue #143 What is the second value returned by `parse`?
- Issue #141 Bad test case in TestComplexDateTimes
- Issue #123 update supporting files for v2.0 release
- Issue #124 Put locales into config-files (yaml)
- Issue #125 Remove extra files
- Issue #137 Year is parsed wrongly if the date is of format
  MMM DD, YYxx xx:SS bug
- Issue #136 Why I see 2016 instead of 2015?
- Issue #133 Bug: "2015-01-01" is parsed as the current date.
- Issue #126 "Unresolved attribute reference 'parse' for class
  'object'... " in Pycharm IDE. bug
- Issue #120 the pdt_locales/en_AU.py file uses en_A for
  the localID instead of en_AU
- Issue #114 Dates in the format 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM' give
  the incorrect month and day
- Issue #112 Document getting a time from parsedatetime
  into a standard Python structure
- Issue #110 AttributeError when running in the context
  of an HTTP request
- Issue #109 YearParseStyle is ignored for dates in MM/DD style
- Issue #107 yyyy/mm/dd date format
- Issue #105 "this week" is not parsed
- Issue #103 get UTC times from parseDT - trouble with at 9:30
  clock times being interpreted directly in UTC
- Issue #100 Fractional deltas result in incoherent results.
- PR #118 ADD: improve russian locale
- PR #117 ADD: Russian Locale
- PR #116 Fix spelling of "separator".
- PR #115 Update README.rst
- PR #113 Add datetime example to readme.
- PR #111 Allowed real number appear in text like "5.5 days ago"

v1.5
- Issue #99 Which year is implied when given just a month and day?
  Next and last? question
- Issue #96 Word boundary issues for specials (on, at, in) in nlp
- Issue #94 inconsistent application of sourceTime
  in Calendar.parseDT
- Issue #87 nlp() doesn't recognize some "next ..." expressions
- Issue #84 Afternoon? bug
- Issue #82 'last week' and 'next week' are broken
- Issue #81 parse returns default time of 0900 with dates like
  'next friday' despite passed struct_time bug
- Issue #78 Link for Travis in README is wrong
- Issue #72 Enable travis
- Issue #71 Calendar() class can not be initialized 1.4 (it's
  fine)
- Issue #66 Unexpected struct_time flag with Calendar.parse
  on HTML <a href> string
- Issue #65 NLP false positives
- Issue #63 Supporting multiple shortweekday abbreviations
- Issue #61 Short weekday abbreviations bug
- Issue #56 Parse words to numbers (thirteen => 13)
- Issue #54 testMonths fails
- commit 107c7e4655 fix for issue 95 - parsing 'next june 15'
- commit 2c0c8ec778 Fixed faulty test, "730am" parses as "73:0 am"
  which is a bug for a later day.
- commit 6f244e891d Fix "ones" parsing as "1s." Require a word
  boundary between spelled numbers and units.
- commit 035818edef Fix "1 day ago" parsing like "1d 1y ago"
  where "a" within the word "day" is interpreted as 1.
- commit 45002e6eec Fixes "next week" and similar modifier
  + unit pairs in nlp()
- commit 47d2e1d527 Fixed "last week"

v1.4
- Updated setup.py for wheel compatibility
- renamed README.txt to README.rst
- renamed MANIFEST to MANIFEST.in
- cleaned up a lot of the doc and notes
- Commit 3fc165e701 mafagafo Now it works for Python 3.4.1
- Commit d5883801e7 borgstrom Restore Python 2.6 compatibility

1.3
- Issue #45 make a new release to really fix backwards
  compatibility
- Issue #43 Please tag version 1.3
- Commit 29c5c8961d devainandor fixed Python 3 compatibility
  in pdtLocale_icu
- Commit d7304f18f7 inean Fix support for 'now' when no modifiers
  are present
- Commit 26bfc91c28 sashaacker Added parseDT method.
- Commit 848deb47e2 rmecham Added support for dotted meridians.
- Commit c821e08ce2 ccho-sevenrooms corrected misspelling
  of 'thirteen'
- Biggest change is the addition of the nlp() function
  by Geoffrey Floyd:
    nlp() function that utilizes parse() after making judgements
    about what datetime information belongs together. It makes
    logical groupings based on proximity and returns a parsed
    datetime for each matched grouping of datetime text, along
    with location info within the given inputString.
413686f

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jun 13, 2016

wiz Update to latest version.
The versioning is quite confusing (2.010 vs 1.030). I went with
the lower version.

For the same reason I didn't use the github framework.

Changes:

    Adds italic styles to family. (GitHub issue #6)
    Adds Powerline symbols. (GitHub issue #43)
    Adds mathematical operators specifically requested to date.
    (GitHub issue #49)
    Adds geometric shapes specifically requested to date. (GitHub
    issue #51)
    Changes vendor ID from ADBE to ADBO. (GitHub issue #80)
    Updates name table to remove full license text. (GitHub issue
    #83)
    Increases length of em dash. (GitHub issue #85)
    Adds character variants features (ccXX).
    Adds support for some extended Latin (IPA).
    Adds characters to fully support WGL4 standard.
    Adds characters that were missing for Arabic and Hebrew
    transliteration schemes.
    Adds a few emoji characters.
    Adds SVG colored versions of these characters: ☑ ✓ ♪ ♫ ♥ ♦ ☺ ☻
    ❤ ☕ 💩 🤖 🔒
    Nudges the dot accent up to prevent from collapsing in CFF
    fonts.
    Adjusts design and positioning of cedillas.
    Updates the design of the following glyphs in intermediate
    weights, thanks to intermediate master: B, M, N, W, e, g, m,
    w, Bstroke, Hbar, Oslash, Tbar, Eth, ae, bstroke, dcroat,
    eogonek, hbar, oslash, oe, eth, zero.0, zero.0o, zero.0c, e.sups
    Updates design of ringhalfleftmod, ringhalfrightmod.

The following changes only apply to the Roman fonts:

    Adds support for Greek and Cyrillic. (GitHub issues #48 & #85)
    Adds alternate lowercase i with foot serifs (ss04 – stylistic
    set 4).
f5af392

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jul 17, 2016

schmonz Update to 2.05.1. From the changelog:
- Fix incorrectly reporting files containing disabled formatting as
  being formatted.
- Fix incorrect handling of quoted arguments in the options file (#321).
- Fix error in identifying an enum return type as an enumeration
  (#322, 323).
- Fix error in identifying an enum argument as an enumeration (#327).
- Fix recognition of Qt keywords when used as variables in C++ (#329).
- Fix recognition of a pointer in a C++ cast (#316).
- Fix removing trailing whitespace after a changed pointer or
  reference cast.

- Add new bracket style option "style=vtk" (#155).
- Add new option "indent-preproc-block" to indent blocks of preprocessor
  directives (#21, #114, #229, #242, #294).
- Add new option, "dry-run", to run AStyle without updating the files
  (#184, #285).
- Add new options, "html" (-!") and "html=###", to display the HTML help
  documentation in the default browser.
- Add tags "*INDENT-OFF*" and "*INDENT_ON*" to disable formatting of
  source code blocks (#2, #47, #55, #78, #110, #176).
- Add tag *NOPAD* to disable selected formatting on a single line.
- Add '__attribute__ ((visibility ("default")))' to Linux exported functions.
- Remove option "style=ansi" and make it depreciated (#146).
- Remove fix for broken 'case' statements from release 2.02.1, Nov 21, 2011.
- Improve Korean translation (#256).
- Change shared libraries to include the version number as part of the
  file name (#264)
- Change "help" display to stdout to allow piping and redirection (#63).
- Change "version" display to stdout.
- Change headers to include foreach, forever, Q_FOREACH, and Q_FOREVER
  (#98, #154).
- Change compiler definition ASTYLE_NO_VCX (no Visual Studio exports) to
  ASTYLE_NO_EXPORTS.
- Change shared library error handler argument from "char*" to "const char*".
- Fix not recognizing noexcept, interrupt, and autoreleasepool as
  pre-command headers (#225, #259).
- Fix formatting of C++11 uniform initializer brackets (#253, #257,
  #260, #284).
- Fix to not automatically space pad C++11 uniform initializer
  brackets (#275).
- Fix formatting of enums with leading commas (#159, #179, #270).
- Fix formatting of logical && operator in class initializers (#290).
- Fix flagging a 'const' variable as a 'const' method (#275).
- Fix piping and redirection adding an extra character to the output
  (#245, #252, #305).
- Fix "indent-modifiers" to attach class access modifiers to Horstmann
  style brackets.
- Fix ASFormatter to correctly recognize the end of a C++ raw string
  literal (#261).
- Fix to recognize C++11 "enum class" as an enum (#303).
- Fix indent of C++11 "noexecpt" statements within a class (#260, #304).
- Fix not resetting templateDepth when a template was not found (#295).
- Fix formatting of multiplication in a block paren (#144).
- Fix whitespace padding when formatting an rvalue references (#297).
- Fix to recognize an rvalue reference without a name (#265).
- Fix to not identify an operator overload method as a calculation (#296).
- Fix concatenating multiplication with a pointer dereference (#291).
- Fix recognition of a pointer dereference following a question mark (#213).
- Fix extra space after a trailing reference type (#300).
- Fix _asm blocks not being identified as a block opener and the
  variable not cleared on exit (#163).
- Fix indentation of line comments before a "class" opening bracket.
- Fix indentation of line comments before a "namespace" opening bracket.
- Fix isBracketType() method to correctly process a NULL_TYPE.
- Fix unpad-paren to recognize additional variables (#43, #132, #143).
- Fix indentation of C# "let" statements.
- Fix a few omissions with "fill-empty-lines".
- Fix file read to read 64K blocks of data.
- Refactor to un-obfuscate (clarify) the code, and improve design and
  decomposition::
    - Extract class Utf8_16 from ASConsole.
    - Replace Linux dependency on iconv with a Utf8_16 class for ASLibrary.
    - Move global "using" statements to the astyle namespace in astyle.h
      and ASLocalizer.h.
    - Move shared library declarations from astyle.h to astyle_main.h.
    - Move indentable macros from ASEnhancer to ASResource and create
      static pairs.
    - Simplify ASBeautifier procedure to identify the colon (:) type.
    - Major refactoring in ASBeautifier to create separate variables for
      an enum, a class statement and a class initializer.
    - This was needed to fix the processing of C++11 uniform
      initializers in a class initializer.
    - Minor changes to ASFormatter and ASBeautifier based on results of
      the Clang analyzer.
    - Change several methods in astyle_main to "const".
6d89956

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 24, 2016

richard update to python-dateutil-2.5.3
NEWS:
Version 2.5.3
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016d
- Fixed parser bug where unambiguous datetimes fail to parse when dayfirst is
  set to true. (gh issue #233, pr #234)
- Bug in zoneinfo file on platforms such as Google App Engine which do not
  do not allow importing of subprocess.check_call was reported and fixed by
  @savraj (gh issue #239, gh pr #240)
- Fixed incorrect version in documentation (gh issue #235, pr #243)

Version 2.5.2
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016c
- Fixed parser bug where yearfirst and dayfirst parameters were not being
  respected when no separator was present. (gh issue #81 and #217, pr #229)

Version 2.5.1
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016b
- Changed MANIFEST.in to explicitly include test suite in source distributions,
  with help from @koobs (gh issue #193, pr #194, #201, #221)
- Explicitly set all line-endings to LF, except for the NEWS file, on a
  per-repository basis (gh pr #218)
- Fixed an issue with improper caching behavior in rruleset objects (gh issue
  #104, pr #207)
- Changed to an explicit error when rrulestr strings contain a missing BYDAY
  (gh issue #162, pr #211)
- tzfile now correctly handles files containing leapcnt (although the leapcnt
  information is not actually used). Contributed by @hjoukl (gh issue #146, pr
  #147)
- Fixed recursive import issue with tz module (gh pr #204)
- Added compatibility between tzwin objects and datetime.time objects (gh issue
  #216, gh pr #219)
- Refactored monolithic test suite by module (gh issue #61, pr #200 and #206)
- Improved test coverage in the relativedelta module (gh pr #215)
- Adjusted documentation to reflect possibly counter-intuitive properties of
  RFC-5545-compliant rrules, and other documentation improvements in the rrule
  module (gh issue #105, gh issue #149 - pointer to the solution by @phep,
  pr #213).


Version 2.5.0
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016a
- zoneinfo_metadata file version increased to 2.0 - the updated updatezinfo.py
  script will work with older zoneinfo_metadata.json files, but new metadata
  files will not work with older updatezinfo.py versions. Additionally, we have
  started hosting our own mirror of the Olson databases on a github pages
  site (https://dateutil.github.io/tzdata/) (gh pr #183)
- dateutil zoneinfo tarballs now contain the full zoneinfo_metadata file used
  to generate them. (gh issue #27, gh pr #85)
- relativedelta can now be safely subclassed without derived objects reverting
  to base relativedelta objects as a result of arithmetic operations.
  (lp:1010199, gh issue #44, pr #49)
- relativedelta 'weeks' parameter can now be set and retrieved as a property of
  relativedelta instances. (lp: 727525, gh issue #45, pr #49)
- relativedelta now explicitly supports fractional relative weeks, days, hours,
  minutes and seconds. Fractional values in absolute parameters (year, day, etc)
  are now deprecated. (gh issue #40, pr #190)
- relativedelta objects previously did not use microseconds to determine of two
  relativedelta objects were equal. This oversight has been corrected.
  Contributed by @elprans (gh pr #113)
- rrule now has an xafter() method for retrieving multiple recurrences after a
  specified date. (gh pr #38)
- str(rrule) now returns an RFC2445-compliant rrule string, contributed by
  @schinckel and @armicron (lp:1406305, gh issue #47, prs #50, #62 and #160)
- rrule performance under certain conditions has been significantly improved
  thanks to a patch contributed by @dekoza, based on an article by Brian Beck
  (@exogen) (gh pr #136)
- The use of both the 'until' and 'count' parameters is now deprecated as
  inconsistent with RFC2445 (gh pr #62, #185)
- Parsing an empty string will now raise a ValueError, rather than returning the
  datetime passed to the 'default' parameter. (gh issue #78, pr #187)
- tzwinlocal objects now have a meaningful repr() and str() implementation
  (gh issue #148, prs #184 and #186)
- Added equality logic for tzwin and tzwinlocal objects. (gh issue #151,
  pr #180, #184)
- Added some flexibility in subclassing timelex, and switched the default
  behavior over to using string methods rather than comparing against a fixed
  list. (gh pr #122, #139)
- An issue causing tzstr() to crash on Python 2.x was fixed. (lp: 1331576,
  gh issue #51, pr #55)
- An issue with string encoding causing exceptions under certain circumstances
  when tzname() is called was fixed. (gh issue #60, #74, pr #75)
- Parser issue where calling parse() on dates with no day specified when the
  day of the month in the default datetime (which is "today" if unspecified) is
  greater than the number of days in the parsed month was fixed (this issue
  tended to crop up between the 29th and 31st of the month, for obvious reasons)
  (canonical gh issue #25, pr #30, #191)
- Fixed parser issue causing fuzzy_with_tokens to raise an unexpected exception
  in certain circumstances. Contributed by @MichaelAquilina (gh pr #91)
- Fixed parser issue where years > 100 AD were incorrectly parsed. Contributed
  by @Bachmann1234 (gh pr #130)
- Fixed parser issue where commas were not a valid separator between seconds
  and microseconds, preventing parsing of ISO 8601 dates. Contributed by
  @ryanss (gh issue #28, pr #106)
- Fixed issue with tzwin encoding in locales with non-Latin alphabets
  (gh issue #92, pr #98)
- Fixed an issue where tzwin was not being properly imported on Windows.
  Contributed by @labrys. (gh pr #134)
- Fixed a problem causing issues importing zoneinfo in certain circumstances.
  Issue and solution contributed by @alexxv (gh issue #97, pr #99)
- Fixed an issue where dateutil timezones were not compatible with basic time
  objects. One of many, many timezone related issues contributed and tested by
  @labrys. (gh issue #132, pr #181)
- Fixed issue where tzwinlocal had an invalid utcoffset. (gh issue #135,
  pr #141, #142)
- Fixed issue with tzwin and tzwinlocal where DST transitions were incorrectly
  parsed from the registry. (gh issue #143, pr #178)
- updatezinfo.py no longer suppresses certain OSErrors. Contributed by @bjamesv
  (gh pr #164)
- An issue that arose when timezone locale changes during runtime has been
  fixed by @carlosxl and @mjschultz (gh issue #100, prs #107, #109)
- Python 3.5 was added to the supported platforms in the metadata (@tacaswell
  gh pr #159) and the test suites (@moreati gh pr #117).
- An issue with tox failing without unittest2 installed in Python 2.6 was fixed
  by @moreati (gh pr #115)
- Several deprecated functions were replaced in the tests by @moreati
  (gh pr #116)
- Improved the logic in Travis and Appveyor to alleviate issues where builds
  were failing due to connection issues when downloading the IANA timezone
  files. In addition to adding our own mirror for the files (gh pr #183), the
  download is now retried a number of times (with a delay) (gh pr #177)
- Many failing doctests were fixed by @moreati. (gh pr #120)
- Many fixes to the documentation (gh pr #103, gh pr #87 from @radarhere,
  gh pr #154 from @gpoesia, gh pr #156 from @awsum, gh pr #168 from @ja8zyjits)
- Added a code coverage tool to the CI to help improve the library. (gh pr #182)
- We now have a mailing list - dateutil@python.org, graciously hosted by
  Python.org.


Version 2.4.2
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2015b.
- Fixed issue with parsing of tzstr on Python 2.7.x; tzstr will now be decoded
  if not a unicode type. gh #51 (lp:1331576), gh pr #55.
- Fix a parser issue where AM and PM tokens were showing up in fuzzy date
  stamps, triggering inappropriate errors. gh #56 (lp: 1428895), gh pr #63.
- Missing function "setcachesize" removed from zoneinfo __all__ list by @ryanss,
  fixing an issue with wildcard imports of dateutil.zoneinfo. (gh pr #66).
- (PyPi only) Fix an issue with source distributions not including the test
  suite.


Version 2.4.1
-------------

- Added explicit check for valid hours if AM/PM is specified in parser.
  (gh pr #22, issue #21)
- Fix bug in rrule introduced in 2.4.0 where byweekday parameter was not
  handled properly. (gh pr #35, issue #34)
- Fix error where parser allowed some invalid dates, overwriting existing hours
  with the last 2-digit number in the string. (gh pr #32, issue #31)
- Fix and add test for Python 2.x compatibility with boolean checking of
  relativedelta objects. Implemented by @nimasmi (gh pr #43) and Cédric Krier
  (lp: 1035038)
- Replaced parse() calls with explicit datetime objects in unit tests unrelated
  to parser. (gh pr #36)
- Changed private _byxxx from sets to sorted tuples and fixed one currently
  unreachable bug in _construct_byset. (gh pr #54)
- Additional documentation for parser (gh pr #29, #33, #41) and rrule.
- Formatting fixes to documentation of rrule and README.rst.
- Updated zoneinfo to 2015a.
5815f17

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 24, 2016

wiz Updated p5-Path-Class to 0.37.
0.37  Sat Aug 13 21:33:23 CDT 2016

 - Doc update for contains/subsumes [1916528]
 - Fix "contains" when $self is a relative path - #43 [1c01e86]
 - Handle case where $other evaluates false [70e4b6b]
 - Add additional test cases for contains and subsumes [434f244]
 - Test with Perl 5.24 [a4d2d73]
b51c5ab

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Oct 18, 2016

taca Update ruby-sshkit to 1.11.3.
## [1.11.3][] (2016-09-16)

  * Fix known_hosts caching to match on the entire hostlist
    [PR #364](capistrano/sshkit#364) @byroot

## [1.11.2][] (2016-07-29)

### Bug fixes

  * Fixed a crash occurring when `Host@keys` was set to a non-Enumerable.
    @xavierholt [PR #360](capistrano/sshkit#360)

## [1.11.1][] (2016-06-17)

### Bug fixes

  * Fixed a regression in 1.11.0 that would cause
    `ArgumentError: invalid option(s): known_hosts` in some older versions of
    net-ssh. @byroot [#357](capistrano/sshkit#357)

## [1.11.0][] (2016-06-14)

### Bug fixes

  * Fixed colorized output alignment in Logger::Pretty. @xavierholt
    [PR #349](capistrano/sshkit#349)
  * Fixed a bug that prevented nested `with` calls
    [#43](capistrano/sshkit#43)

### Other changes

  * Known hosts lookup optimization is now enabled by default. @byroot

## 1.10.0 (2016-04-22)

  * You can now opt-in to caching of SSH's known_hosts file for a speed boost
    when deploying to a large fleet of servers. Refer to the
    [README](https://github.com/capistrano/sshkit/tree/v1.10.0#known-hosts-caching) for
    details. We plan to turn this on by default in a future version of SSHKit.
    [PR #330](capistrano/sshkit#330) @byroot
  * SSHKit now explicitly closes its pooled SSH connections when Ruby exits;
    this fixes `zlib(finalizer): the stream was freed prematurely` warnings
    [PR #343](capistrano/sshkit#343) @mattbrictson
  * Allow command map entries (`SSHKit::CommandMap#[]`) to be Procs
    [PR #310](capistrano/sshkit#310)
    @mikz

## 1.9.0

**Refer to the 1.9.0.rc1 release notes for a full list of new features, fixes,
and potentially breaking changes since SSHKit 1.8.1.** There are no changes
since 1.9.0.rc1.

## 1.9.0.rc1

### Potentially breaking changes

  * The SSHKit DSL is no longer automatically included when you `require` it.
    **This means you  must now explicitly `include SSHKit::DSL`.**
    See [PR #219](capistrano/sshkit#219) for details.
    @beatrichartz
  * `SSHKit::Backend::Printer#test` now always returns true
    [PR #312](capistrano/sshkit#312) @mikz

### New features

  * `SSHKit::Formatter::Abstract` now accepts an optional Hash of options
    [PR #308](capistrano/sshkit#308) @mattbrictson
  * Add `SSHKit::Backend.current` so that Capistrano plugin authors can refactor
    helper methods and still have easy access to the currently-executing Backend
    without having to use global variables.
  * Add `SSHKit.config.default_runner` options that allows to override default command runner.
    This option also accepts a name of the custom runner class.
  * The ConnectionPool has been rewritten in this release to be more efficient
    and have a cleaner internal API. You can still completely disable the pool
    by setting `SSHKit::Backend::Netssh.pool.idle_timeout = 0`.
    @mattbrictson @byroot [PR #328](capistrano/sshkit#328)

### Bug fixes

  * make sure working directory for commands is properly cleared after `within` blocks
    [PR #307](capistrano/sshkit#307)
    @steved
  * display more accurate string for commands with spaces being output in `Formatter::Pretty`
    [PR #304](capistrano/sshkit#304)
    @steved
    [PR #319](capistrano/sshkit#319) @mattbrictson
  * Fix a race condition experienced in JRuby that could cause multi-server
    deploys to fail. [PR #322](capistrano/sshkit#322)
    @mattbrictson
3d7d2f5

@wiedi wiedi pushed a commit to wiedi/pkgsrc that referenced this issue Nov 17, 2016

wiz Updated todoman to 1.7.0.
No changelog found.

github changes:
Merge pull request #52 from untitaker/generic-todo-prop-params
Merge pull request #51 from nim65s/master
Remove ansi dependency (#53)
Share parameters between new and edit
Add a move command
Fix editor support (#47)
Add a copy command (#50)
Merge pull request #46 from untitaker/no-delete-button
Replace cancel button with hint to hit ctrl-c
Remove delete button from editor
Exclude buggy setuptools-scm version
Show error messages in UI (#43)
delete cmd: Show tasks that will be deleted (#44)
Fix tests
done cmd: Show done tasks (#45)
Don't strip time from datetime objects (#41)
Add `default_list` in config for new todos (#40)
Add shortcut to edit textfield in editor (#39)
Merge pull request #6 from pimutils/widget-improvements
Add basic editing shortcuts to text widgets
Merge pull request #38 from untitaker/coc
Add CoC
Merge pull request #37 from untitaker/glob-clarify
Clarify what path is supposed to match
Don't require setuptool_scm at runtime
Fix inconsistent minimum todo ID
Merge pull request #30 from untitaker/color-option
Implement color option
Fix typo
8480166

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 1, 2017

fhajny Update www/php-http to 2.6.0.
- Added http\Client\Curl\User interface for userland event loops
- Added http\Url::IGNORE_ERRORS, http\Url::SILENT_ERRORS and
  http\Url::STDFLAGS
- Added http\Client::setDebug(callable $debug)
- Added http\Client\Curl\FEATURES constants and namespace
- Added http\Client\Curl\VERSIONS constants and namespace
- Added share_cookies and share_ssl (libcurl >= 7.23.0) options to
  http\Client::configure()
- http\Client uses curl_share handles to properly share cookies and
  SSL/TLS sessions between requests
- Improved configure checks for default CA bundles
- Improved negotiation precision
- Fixed regression introduced by http\Params::PARSE_RFC5987:
  negotiation using the params parser would receive param keys without
  the trailing asterisk, stripped by http\Params::PARSE_RFC5987.
- Fix gh-issue #50: http\Client::dequeue() within
  http\Client::setDebug() causes segfault
- Fix gh-issue #47: http\Url: Null pointer deref in sanitize_value()
- Fix gh-issue #45: HTTP/2 response message parsing broken with
  libcurl >= 7.49.1
- Fix gh-issue #43: Joining query with empty original variable in
  query
- Fix gh-issue #42: fatal error when using punycode in URLs
- Fix gh-issue #41: Use curl_version_info_data.features when
  initializing options
- Fix gh-issue #40: determinde the SSL backend used by curl at runtime
- Fix gh-issue #39: Notice: http\Client::enqueue(): Could not set
  option proxy_service_name
- Fix gh-issue #38: Persistent curl handles: error code not properly
  reset
- Fix gh-issue #36: Unexpected cookies sent if persistent_handle_id is
  used
- Fix gh-issue #34: allow setting multiple headers with the same name
- Fix gh-issue #33: allow setting prodyhost request option to NULL
- Fix gh-issue #31: add/improve configure checks for default CA
  bundle/path

Changes from beta1:
- Fixed PHP-5.3 compatibility
- Fixed recursive calls to the event loop dispatcher

Changes from beta2:
- Fix bug #73055: crash in http\QueryString (CVE-2016-7398)
- Fix bug #73185: Buffer overflow in HTTP parse_hostinfo()
  (CVE-2016-7961)
- Fix HTTP/2 version parser for older libcurl versions
9ba74be

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 6, 2017

kamil Update nim from 0.14.2 to 0.16.0
Upstream changelog
==================

Changelog 0.16.0
Changes affecting backwards compatibility

    staticExec now uses the directory of the nim file that contains the staticExec call as the current working directory.
    TimeInfo.tzname has been removed from times module because it was broken. Because of this, the option "ZZZ" will no longer work in format strings for formatting and parsing.

Library Additions

    Added new parameter to error proc of macro module to provide better error message
    Added new deques module intended to replace queues. deques provides a superset of queues API with clear naming. queues module is now deprecated and will be removed in the future.
    Added hideCursor, showCursor, terminalWidth, terminalWidthIoctl and terminalSize to the terminal (doc) module.
    Added new module distros (doc) that can be used in Nimble packages to aid in supporting the OS's native package managers.

Tool Additions
Compiler Additions

    The C/C++ code generator has been rewritten to use stable name mangling rules. This means that compile times for edit-compile-run cycles are much reduced.

Language Additions

    The emit pragma now takes a list of Nim expressions instead of a single string literal. This list can easily contain non-strings like template parameters. This means emit works out of the box with templates and no new quoting rules needed to be introduced. The old way with backtick quoting is still supported but will be deprecated.

type Vector* {.importcpp: "std::vector", header: "<vector>".}[T] = object

template `[]=`*[T](v: var Vector[T], key: int, val: T) =
  {.emit: [v, "[", key, "] = ", val, ";"].}

proc setLen*[T](v: var Vector[T]; size: int) {.importcpp: "resize", nodecl.}
proc `[]`*[T](v: var Vector[T], key: int): T {.importcpp: "(#[#])", nodecl.}

proc main =
  var v: Vector[float]
  v.setLen 1
  v[0] = 6.0
  echo v[0]

    The import statement now supports importing multiple modules from the same directory:

import compiler / [ast, parser, lexer]

Is a shortcut for:

import compiler / ast, compiler / parser, compiler / lexer

Bugfixes

The list below has been generated based on the commits in Nim's git repository. As such it lists only the issues which have been closed via a commit, for a full list see this link on Github.

    Fixed "staticRead and staticExec have different working directories" (#4871)
    Fixed "CountTable doesn't support the '==' operator" (#4901)
    Fixed "documentation for module sequtls apply proc" (#4386)
    Fixed "Operator == for CountTable does not work." (#4946)
    Fixed "sysFatal (IndexError) with parseUri and the / operator" (#4959)
    Fixed "initialSize parameter does not work in OrderedTableRef" (#4940)
    Fixed "error proc from macro library could have a node parameter" (#4915)
    Fixed "Segfault when comparing OrderedTableRef with nil" (#4974)
    Fixed "Bad codegen when comparing isNil results" (#4975)
    Fixed "OrderedTable cannot delete entry with empty string or 0 key" (#5035)
    Fixed "Deleting specific keys from ordered table leaves it in invalid state." (#5057)
    Fixed "Paths are converted to lowercase on Windows" (#5076)
    Fixed "toTime(getGMTime(...)) doesn't work correctly when local timezone is not UTC" (#5065)
    Fixed "out of memory error from test= type proc call when parameter is a call to a table's [] proc" (#5079)
    Fixed "Incorrect field order in object construction" (#5055)
    Fixed "Incorrect codegen when importing nre with C++ backend (commit 8494338)" (#5081)
    Fixed "Templates, {.emit.}, and backtick interpolation do not work together" (#4730)
    Fixed "Regression: getType fails in certain cases" (#5129)
    Fixed "CreateThread doesn't accept functions with generics" (#43)
    Fixed "No instantiation information when template has error" (#4308)
    Fixed "realloc leaks" (#4818)
    Fixed "Regression: getType" (#5131)
    Fixed "Code generation for generics broken by sighashes" (#5135)
    Fixed "Regression: importc functions are not declared in generated C code" (#5136)
    Fixed "Calling split("") on string hangs program" (#5119)
    Fixed "Building dynamic library: undefined references (Linux)" (#4775)
    Fixed "Bad codegen for distinct + importc - sighashes regression" (#5137)
    Fixed "C++ codegen regression: memset called on a result variable of importcpp type" (#5140)
    Fixed "C++ codegen regression: using channels leads to broken C++ code" (#5142)
    Fixed "Ambiguous call when overloading var and non-var with generic type" (#4519)
    Fixed "[Debian]: build.sh error: unknown processor: aarch64" (#2147)
    Fixed "RFC: asyncdispatch.poll behaviour" (#5155)
    Fixed "Can't access enum members through alias (possible sighashes regression)" (#5148)
    Fixed "Type, declared in generic proc body, leads to incorrect codegen (sighashes regression)" (#5147)
    Fixed "Compiler SIGSEGV when mixing method and proc" (#5161)
    Fixed "Compile-time SIGSEGV when declaring .importcpp method with return value " (#3848)
    Fixed "Variable declaration incorrectly parsed" (#2050)
    Fixed "Invalid C code when naming a object member "linux"" (#5171)
    Fixed "[Windows] MinGW within Nim install is missing libraries" (#2723)
    Fixed "async: annoying warning for future.finished" (#4948)
    Fixed "new import syntax doesn't work?" (#5185)
    Fixed "Fixes #1994" (#4874)
    Fixed "Can't tell return value of programs with staticExec" (#1994)
    Fixed "startProcess() on Windows with poInteractive: Second call fails ("Alle Pipeinstanzen sind ausgelastet")" (#5179)


Version 0.15.2 released

We're happy to announce that the latest release of Nim, version 0.15.2, is now available!

As always, you can grab the latest version from the downloads page.

This release is a pure bugfix release fixing the most pressing issues and regressions of 0.15.0. For Windows we now provide zipfiles in addition to the NSIS based installer which proves to be hard to maintain and after all these months still has serious issues. So we encourage you download the .zip file instead of the .exe file! Unzip it somewhere, run finish.exe to detect your MingW installation, done. finish.exe can also set your PATH environment variable.
Bugfixes

The list below has been generated based on the commits in Nim's git repository. As such it lists only the issues which have been closed via a commit, for a full list see this link on Github.

    Fixed "NimMain not exported in DLL, but NimMainInner is" (#4840)
    Fixed "Tables clear seems to be broken" (#4844)
    Fixed "compiler: internal error" (#4845)
    Fixed "trivial macro breaks type checking in the compiler" (#4608)
    Fixed "derived generic types with static[T] breaks type checking in v0.15.0 (worked in v0.14.2)" (#4863)
    Fixed "xmlparser.parseXml is not recognised as GC-safe" (#4899)
    Fixed "async makes generics instantiate only once" (#4856)
    Fixed "db_common docs aren't generated" (#4895)
    Fixed "rdstdin disappeared from documentation index" (#3755)
    Fixed "ICE on template call resolution" (#4875)
    Fixed "Invisible code-block" (#3078)
    Fixed "nim doc does not generate doc comments correctly" (#4913)
    Fixed "nim doc2 fails on ARM when running against lib/pure/coro.nim" (#4879)
    Fixed "xmlparser does not unescape correctly" (#1518)
    Fixed "[docs] mysterious "raise hook"" (#3485)
    Fixed "assertion failure in non-release Nim when compiling NimYAML" (#4869)
    Fixed "A closure causes nimscript to fail with unhandled exception" (#4906)
    Fixed "startProcess changes working directory" (#4867)
    Fixed "bindsym to void template produces ICE" (#4808)
    Fixed "readline(TFile, var string) segfaults if second argument is nil" (#564)
    Fixed "times.parse gives the wrong day of the week for the first hour of the day." (#4922)
    Fixed "Internal error when passing parameter proc inside .gcsafe closure" (#4927)
    Fixed "Upcoming asyncdispatch doesn't compile with C++ backend on OS X" (#4928)



Changelog 0.15.0
Changes affecting backwards compatibility

    The json module now uses an OrderedTable rather than a Table for JSON objects.
    The split (doc) procedure in the strutils module (with a delimiter of type set[char]) no longer strips and splits characters out of the target string by the entire set of characters. Instead, it now behaves in a similar fashion to split with string and char delimiters. Use splitWhitespace to get the old behaviour.

    The command invocation syntax will soon apply to open brackets and curlies too. This means that code like a [i] will be interpreted as a([i]) and not as a[i] anymore. Likewise f (a, b) means that the tuple (a, b) is passed to f. The compiler produces a warning for a [i]:

    Warning: a [b] will be parsed as command syntax; spacing is deprecated

    See Issue #3898 for the relevant discussion.
    Overloading the special operators ., .(), .=, () now needs to be enabled via the {.experimental.} pragma.
    immediate templates and macros are now deprecated. Use untyped (doc) parameters instead.
    The metatype expr is deprecated. Use untyped (doc) instead.
    The metatype stmt is deprecated. Use typed (doc) instead.
    The compiler is now more picky when it comes to tuple types. The following code used to compile, now it's rejected:

import tables
var rocketaims = initOrderedTable[string, Table[tuple[k: int8, v: int8], int64]]()
rocketaims["hi"] = {(-1.int8, 0.int8): 0.int64}.toTable()

Instead be consistent in your tuple usage and use tuple names for named tuples:

import tables
var rocketaims = initOrderedTable[string, Table[tuple[k: int8, v: int8], int64]]()
rocketaims["hi"] = {(k: -1.int8, v: 0.int8): 0.int64}.toTable()

    Now when you compile console applications for Windows, console output encoding is automatically set to UTF-8.
    Unhandled exceptions in JavaScript are now thrown regardless of whether noUnhandledHandler is defined. But the stack traces should be much more readable now.
    In JavaScript, the system.alert procedure has been deprecated. Use dom.alert instead.
    De-deprecated re.nim because there is too much code using it and it got the basic API right.
    The type of headers field in the AsyncHttpClient type (doc) has been changed from a string table to the specialised HttpHeaders type.
    The httpclient.request (doc) procedure which takes the httpMethod as a string value no longer requires it to be prefixed with "http" (or similar).
    Converting a HttpMethod (doc) value to a string using the $ operator will give string values without the "Http" prefix now.
    The Request (doc) object defined in the asynchttpserver module now uses the HttpMethod type for the request method.

Library Additions

    Added readHeaderRow and rowEntry to the parsecsv (doc) module to provide a lightweight alternative to python's csv.DictReader.
    Added setStdIoUnbuffered proc to the system module to enable unbuffered I/O.
    Added center and rsplit to the strutils (doc) module to provide similar Python functionality for Nim's strings.
    Added isTitle, title, swapCase, isUpper, toUpper, isLower, toLower, isAlpha, isSpace, and capitalize to the unicode.nim (doc) module to provide unicode aware case manipulation and case testing.
    Added a new module strmisc (doc) to hold uncommon string operations. Currently contains partition, rpartition and expandTabs.
    Split out walkFiles in the os (doc) module to three separate procs in order to make a clear distinction of functionality. walkPattern iterates over both files and directories, while walkFiles now only iterates over files and walkDirs only iterates over directories.
    Added a synchronous HttpClient in the httpclient (doc) module. The old get, post and similar procedures are now deprecated in favour of it.
    Added a new macro called multisync allowing you to write procedures for synchronous and asynchronous sockets with no duplication.
    The async macro will now complete FutureVar[T] parameters automatically unless they have been completed already.

Tool Additions

    The documentation is now searchable and sortable by type.
    Pragmas are now hidden by default in the documentation to reduce noise.
    Edit links are now present in the documentation.

Compiler Additions

    The -d/--define flag can now optionally take a value to be used by code at compile time. (doc)

Nimscript Additions

    It's possible to enable and disable specific hints and warnings in Nimscript via the warning and hint procedures.
    Nimscript exports a proc named patchFile which can be used to patch modules or include files for different Nimble packages, including the stdlib package.

Language Additions

    Added {.intdefine.} and {.strdefine.} macros to make use of (optional) compile time defines. (doc)
    If the first statement is an import system statement then system is not imported implicitly anymore. This allows for code like import system except echo or from system import nil.

Bugfixes

The list below has been generated based on the commits in Nim's git repository. As such it lists only the issues which have been closed via a commit, for a full list see this link on Github.

    Fixed "RFC: should startsWith and endsWith work with characters?" (#4252)
    Fixed "Feature request: unbuffered I/O" (#2146)
    Fixed "clear() not implemented for CountTableRef" (#4325)
    Fixed "Cannot close file opened async" (#4334)
    Fixed "Feature Request: IDNA support" (#3045)
    Fixed "Async: wrong behavior of boolean operations on futures" (#4333)
    Fixed "os.walkFiles yields directories" (#4280)
    Fixed "Fix #4392 and progress on #4170" (#4393)
    Fixed "Await unable to wait futures from objects fields" (#4390)
    Fixed "TMP variable name generation should be more stable" (#4364)
    Fixed "nativesockets doesn't compile for Android 4.x (API v19 or older) because of gethostbyaddr" (#4376)
    Fixed "no generic parameters allowed for ref" (#4395)
    Fixed "split proc in strutils inconsistent for set[char]" (#4305)
    Fixed "Problem with sets in devel" (#4412)
    Fixed "Compiler crash when using seq[PNimrodNode] in macros" (#537)
    Fixed "ospaths should be marked for nimscript use only" (#4249)
    Fixed "Repeated deepCopy() on a recursive data structure eventually crashes" (#4340)
    Fixed "Analyzing destructor" (#4371)
    Fixed "getType does not work anymore on a typedesc" (#4462)
    Fixed "Error in rendering empty JSON array" (#4399)
    Fixed "Segmentation fault when using async pragma on generic procs" (#2377)
    Fixed "Forwarding does not work for generics, | produces an implicit generic" (#3055)
    Fixed "Inside a macro, the length of the seq data inside a queue does not increase and crashes" (#4422)
    Fixed "compiler sigsegv while processing varargs" (#4475)
    Fixed "JS codegen - strings are assigned by reference" (#4471)
    Fixed "when statement doesn't verify syntax" (#4301)
    Fixed ".this pragma doesn't work with .async procs" (#4358)
    Fixed "type foo = range(...) crashes compiler" (#4429)
    Fixed "Compiler crash" (#2730)
    Fixed "Crash in compiler with static[int]" (#3706)
    Fixed "Bad error message "could not resolve"" (#3548)
    Fixed "Roof operator on string in template crashes compiler (Error: unhandled exception: sons is not accessible [FieldError])" (#3545)
    Fixed "SIGSEGV during compilation with parallel block" (#2758)
    Fixed "Codegen error with template and implicit dereference" (#4478)
    Fixed "@ in importcpp should work with no-argument functions" (#4496)
    Fixed "Regression: findExe raises" (#4497)
    Fixed "Linking error - repeated symbols when splitting into modules" (#4485)
    Fixed "Error: method is not a base" (#4428)
    Fixed "Casting from function returning a tuple fails" (#4345)
    Fixed "clang error with default nil parameter" (#4328)
    Fixed "internal compiler error: openArrayLoc" (#888)
    Fixed "Can't forward declare async procs" (#1970)
    Fixed "unittest.check and sequtils.allIt do not work together" (#4494)
    Fixed "httpclient package can't make SSL requests over an HTTP proxy" (#4520)
    Fixed "False positive warning "declared but not used" for enums." (#4510)
    Fixed "Explicit conversions not using converters" (#4432)
    Fixed "Unclear error message when importing" (#4541)
    Fixed "Change console encoding to UTF-8 by default" (#4417)
    Fixed "Typedesc ~= Generic notation does not work anymore!" (#4534)
    Fixed "unittest broken?" (#4555)
    Fixed "Operator "or" in converter types seems to crash the compiler." (#4537)
    Fixed "nimscript failed to compile/run -- Error: cannot 'importc' variable at compile time" (#4561)
    Fixed "Regression: identifier expected, but found ..." (#4564)
    Fixed "varargs with transformation that takes var argument creates invalid c code" (#4545)
    Fixed "Type mismatch when using empty tuple as generic parameter" (#4550)
    Fixed "strscans" (#4562)
    Fixed "getTypeImpl crashes (SIGSEGV) on variant types" (#4526)
    Fixed "Wrong result of sort in VM" (#4065)
    Fixed "I can't call the random[T](x: Slice[T]): T" (#4353)
    Fixed "invalid C code generated (function + block + empty tuple)" (#4505)
    Fixed "performance issue: const Table make a copy at runtime lookup." (#4354)
    Fixed "Compiler issue: libraries without absolute paths cannot be found correctly" (#4568)
    Fixed "Cannot use math.`^` with non-int types." (#4574)
    Fixed "C codegen fails when constructing an array using an object constructor." (#4582)
    Fixed "Visual Studio 10 unresolved external symbol _trunc(should we support VS2010?)" (#4532)
    Fixed "Cannot pass generic subtypes to proc for generic supertype" (#4528)
    Fixed "Lamda-lifting bug leading to crash." (#4551)
    Fixed "First-class iterators declared as inline are compiled at Nim side (no error message) and fail at C" (#2094)
    Fixed "VS2010-warning C4090 : 'function' : different 'const' qualifiers" (#4590)
    Fixed "Regression: type mismatch with generics" (#4589)
    Fixed "„can raise an unlisted exception“ when assigning nil as default value" (#4593)
    Fixed "upcoming asyncdispatch.closeSocket is not GC-safe" (#4606)
    Fixed "Visual Studio 10.0 compiler errors, 12.0 warning" (#4459)
    Fixed "Exception of net.newContext: result.extraInternalIndex == 0 [AssertionError]" (#4406)
    Fixed "error: redeclaration of 'result_115076' with no linkage" (#3221)
    Fixed "Compiler crashes on conversion from int to float at compile time" (#4619)
    Fixed "wrong number of arguments regression in devel" (#4600)
    Fixed "importc $ has broken error message (and is not documented)" (#4579)
    Fixed "Compiler segfaults on simple importcpp in js mode [regression]" (#4632)
    Fixed "Critical reference counting codegen problem" (#4653)
    Fixed "tables.nim needs lots of {.noSideEffect.}" (#4254)
    Fixed "Capture variable error when using => macro" (#4658)
    Fixed "Enum from char: internal error getInt" (#3606)
    Fixed "Compiler crashes in debug mode (no error in release mode) with Natural discriminant in object variants" (#2865)
    Fixed "SIGSEGV when access field in const object variants" (#4253)
    Fixed "varargs cannot be used with template converter." (#4292)
    Fixed "Compiler crashes when borrowing $" (#3928)
    Fixed "internal error: genMagicExpr: mArrPut" (#4491)
    Fixed "Unhelpful error message on importc namespace collision" (#4580)
    Fixed "Problem with openarrays and slices" (#4179)
    Fixed "Removing lines from end of file then rebuilding does not rebuild [js only?]" (#4656)
    Fixed "getCurrentException and getCurrentExceptionMsg do not work with JS" (#4635)
    Fixed "generic proc parameter is not inferred if type parameter has specifier" (#4672)
    Fixed "Cannot instantiate generic parameter when it is parent type parameter" (#4673)
    Fixed "deepCopy doesn't work with inheritance after last commit" (#4693)
    Fixed "Multi-methods don't work when passing ref to a different thread" (#4689)
    Fixed "Infinite loop in effect analysis on generics" (#4677)
    Fixed "SIGSEGV when compiling NimYAML tests" (#4699)
    Fixed "Closing AsyncEvent now also unregisters it on non-Windows platforms" (#4694)
    Fixed "Don't update handle in upcoming/asyncdispatch poll() if it was closed" (#4697)
    Fixed "generated local variables declared outside block" (#4721)
    Fixed "Footer Documentation links, & Community link point to the wrong place under news entries" (#4529)
    Fixed "Jester's macro magic leads to incorrect C generation" (#4088)
    Fixed "cas bug in atomics.nim" (#3279)
    Fixed "nimgrep PEG not capturing the pattern 'A'" (#4751)
    Fixed "GC assert triggers when assigning TableRef threadvar" (#4640)
    Fixed ".this pragma conflicts with experimental ptr dereferencing when names conflict" (#4671)
    Fixed "Generic procs accepting var .importcpp type do not work [regression]" (#4625)
    Fixed "C Error on tuple assignment with array" (#4626)
    Fixed "module securehash not gcsafe" (#4760)
    Fixed "Nimble installation failed on Windows x86." (#4764)
    Fixed "Recent changes to marshal module break old marshalled data" (#4779)
    Fixed "tnewasyncudp.nim test loops forever" (#4777)
    Fixed "Wrong poll timeout behavior in asyncdispatch" (#4262)
    Fixed "Standalone await shouldn't read future" (#4170)
    Fixed "Regression: httpclient fails to compile without -d:ssl" (#4797)
    Fixed "C Error on declaring array of heritable objects with bitfields" (#3567)
    Fixed "Corruption when using Channels and Threads" (#4776)
    Fixed "Sometimes Channel tryRecv() erroneously reports no messages available on the first call on Windows" (#4746)
    Fixed "Improve error message of functions called without parenthesis" (#4813)
    Fixed "Docgen doesn't find doc comments in macro generated procs" (#4803)
    Fixed "asynchttpserver may consume unbounded memory reading headers" (#3847)
    Fixed "TLS connection to api.clashofclans.com hangs forever." (#4587)
56d3fad

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 19, 2017

fhajny Update textproc/jo to 1.1.
- NEW: type coercion (#55)
- FIX: quotes in quotes and double quotes at begin of string (#47)
- FIX: catch null value in assignmen (#46)
- NEW: support for key:=file.json for reading object values from a file (#43)
- NEW: PPA contributed by Ross Duggan in #32
- FIX: "null" is now handled like we handle "true" and "false"; disable with -B
- NEW: more tests in the test suite
b0ae603

@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 24, 2017

manu Update nagios-base to 4.3.2
The previous version in pkgsrc had a critical bug where status would not
update and nagios log "wproc: Core Worker seems to be choked". More
details at http://tracker.nagios.org/view.php?id=642

Here is the complete Changelog

4.3.2 - xxxx-xx-xx
------------------
FIXED
* Every 15sec /var/log/messages is flooded with "nagios: set_environment_var" (John Frickson)
* Changed release date to ISO format (yyyy-mm-dd) (John Frickson)
* `make all` fails if unzip is not installed (John Frickson)
* Quick Search no longer allows search by Alias (John Frickson)
* flexible downtime on a service immediately turns off notifications (John Frickson)
* Fix to allow url_encode to be called twice (Z. Liu)
* Update timeperiods.cfg.in (spelling) (Parth Laxmikant Kolekar)
* Spelling fixes (Josh Soref)
* Vent command pipe before remove to avoid deadlocks on writing end (Kai Kunstmann)
* CGI utility cgiutil.c does not process relative config file path names properly (John Frickson)
* xdata/xodtemplate.c bug in option-deprecation code (John Frickson)
* Wildcard searching causes service status links to not work properly (John Frickson)
* Quick search with no hits shows a permission denied error (John Frickson)
* Setting a service as its own parent is not caught by the sanity checker (-v) and causes a segfault (John Frickson)


4.3.1 - 2017-02-23
------------------
FIXES
* Service hard state generation and host hard or soft down status (John Frickson)
* Comments are duplicated through Nagios reload (John Frickson)
* host hourly value is incorrectly dumped as json boolean (John Frickson)
* Bug - Quick Search no longer allows search by IP (John Frickson)
* Config: status_update_interval can not be set to 1 (John Frickson)
* Check attempts not increasing if nagios is reloaded (John Frickson)
* nagios hangs on reload while sending external command to cmd file (John Frickson)
* Feature Request: return code xxx out of bounds - include message as well (John Frickson)


4.3.0 - 2017-02-21
------------------
SECURITY FIXES
* Fix for CVE-2016-6209 - The "corewindow" parameter (as in
  http://localhost/nagios?corewindow=www.somewhere.com) has been disabled by
  default. See the UPGRADING document for how to enable it. (John Frickson)

FIXES
* Fix early event scheduling (pmalek / John Frickson)
* on-demand host checks triggered by service checks cause attempt number increments (fredericve)
* Service notification not being send when host is in soft down state (John Frickson)
* configure does not error if no perl installed on CentOS 7 (John Frickson)
* failed passive requests leave .ok files in checkresults dir (caronc)
* Services don't show in status.cgi if "noheader" specified (John Frickson)
* Standardized check interval config file names (John Frickson)
* "Event Log" (showlog.cgi) could not open log file (John Frickson)
* "nagios_check_command" has been deprecated since v3.0. Last vestiges removed (John Frickson)

ENHANCEMENTS
* Added new flag to cgi.cfg: tac_cgi_hard_only to show only HARD states (John Frickson)
* Add broker-event for the end of a timed event (NEBTYPE_TIMEDEVENT_END) (John Frickson)
* There is no Macro to retrieve addresses of hostgroup members (now $HOSTGROUPMEMBERADDRESSES$) (John Frickson)
* Add "Page Tour" videos to several of the core web pages (John Frickson)
* Added a login page, and a `Logoff` links (John Frickson)
* On the status map, the host name will be colored if services are not all OK. (John Frickson)
* Added "Clear flapping state" command on host and services detail pages. (John Frickson)
* User-entered comment now displays below generated comment for downtime (John Frickson)


4.2.4 - 2016-12-07
------------------
SECURITY FIXES
* Fixed another root privilege escalation (CVE-2016-9566) Thanks for bringing this
  to our attention go to Dawid Golunski (http://legalhackers.com).


4.2.3 - 2016-11-21
-------------------
SECURITY FIXES
* Fixed a root privilege escalation (CVE-2016-8641) (John Frickson)

FIXES
* external command during reload doesn't work (John Frickson)
* Nagios provides no error condition as to why it fails on the verify for serviceescalation (John Frickson)
* No root group in FreeBSD and Apple OS X (John Frickson)
* jsonquery.html doesn't display scheduled_time_ok correctly (John Frickson)
* daemon_dumps_core=1 has no effect on Linux when Nagios started as root (John Frickson)
* Configuration check in hostgroup - misspelled hostname does not error (John Frickson)
* contacts or contact_groups directive with no value should not be allowed (John Frickson)
* Compile 64-bit on SPARC produces LD error (John Frickson)
* HOSTSTATEID returns 0 even if host does not exist (John Frickson)
* Submitting UNREACHABLE passive result for host sets it as DOWN if the host has no parents (John Frickson)
* nagios: job XX (pid=YY): read() returned error 11 (changed from LOG_ERR to LOG_NOTICE) (John Frickson)
* Fix for quick search not showing services if wildcard used (John Frickson)


4.2.2 - 2016-10-24
------------------
SECURITY FIXES
* There was a fix to vulnerability CVE-2008-4796 in the 4.2.0 release on
  August 1, 2016. The fix was apparently incomplete, as there was still a
  problem. However, we are now getting all RSS feeds using AJAX calls
  instead of the (outdated) MagpieRSS package. Thanks for bringing this to
  our attention go to Dawid Golunski (http://legalhackers.com).

ENHANCEMENTS
* Update status.c to display passive check icon for hosts when passive checks
	are enabled and actives disabled (John Frickson)

FIXES
* Fix permissions for Host Groups reports (status.cgi) (Patrik Halfar)
* Service Parents does not appear to be functioning as intended (lev)
* Availability report mixes up scheduled and unscheduled warning percentages (Helmut Mikulcik)
* Invalid values for saved_stamp in compute_subject_downtime_times() (John Frickson)
* Remove deprecated "framespacing" (John Frickson)
* The nagios tarball contains two identical jquery copies (John Frickson)
* extinfo.cgi does not set content-type (most cgi's don't) (John Frickson)
* Timeperiods are corrupted by external command CHANGE_SVC_CHECK_TIMEPERIOD (xoubih)
* Quick search doesn't show hosts without services (service status detail page) (John Frickson)
* In host/services details view, if exactly 100 entries would not show last one (John Frickson)
* nagios host URL parameter for NEW map doesn`t work - Network Map for All Hosts (John Frickson)
* next_problem_id is improperly initialized (gherteg)
* Passive problems not showing as "unhandled" (John Frickson)
* September reported as Sept instead of Sep (Rostislav Opočenský)
* Notifications are not sent for active alerts after scheduled downtime ends (John Frickson)
* Nagios 4.2.0 not working on Solaris (John Frickson)
* install-exfoliation and install-classicui don't work FreeBSD and Mac OS X (John Frickson)
* Updated makefile to delete some no-longer-needed files (John Frickson)


4.2.1 - 2016-09-06
------------------
FIXES
* Fix undefined variable php error (John Frickson)
* Links on the sidebar menu under 'Problems' are indented too far (John Frickson)
* Using $ARGn$ Macros in perfdata (John Frickson)
* using a wildcard in search returns service status total all zero's (John Frickson)
* read_only does not take priority (deppy)
* Running nagios -v on 4.2.0 takes 90+ seconds (John Frickson)
* Bare "make" invoked in subtarget (mjo)
* Theme images/stylesheets installed with inconsistent permissions (mjo / John Frickson)
* Missing Image for Host and Service State Trends in Availability Report (nichokap / John Frickson)
* Maintain non-persistent comments through reload (John Frickson)
* Servicegroup availability report ignores includesoftstates in service report links (PriceChild)
* error: format not a string literal and no format arguments (Karsten Weiss)
* Synced config.guess and config.sub with GNU (Zakhar Kleyman)


4.2.0 - 2016-08-01
------------------
SECURITY FIXES
* Fixed vulnerability CVE-2008-4796 (John Frickson)
* Fixed vulnerability CVE-2013-4214 (John Frickson)
* web interface vulnerable to Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks (John Frickson)

ENHANCEMENTS
* Increase socket queue length for listen()
* Added host name to the website page title (leres / John Frickson)
* Added additional icons for NetBSD and SuSE (John Frickson)
* The new Status Map will now use cgi.cfg options (John Frickson)
    default_statusmap_layout will default to "6" for the new map
* The new Status Map will now show some valid values in the popup for "Nagios Process" (John Frickson)

FIXES
* Network outage view without access to all hosts (John Frickson)
* Core workers looping (John Frickson)
* service query returns duplicate host_name and description fields in the returned data (John Frickson)
* HTML output of plug-ins is parsed in wrong way => webgui unusable (John Frickson)
* Command worker fails to handle SIGPIPE
* "View Status" links under "Map" broken in Nagios Core Version 4.1.1 (John Frickson)
* Can't send big buffer - wproc: Core Worker seems to be choked (velripn / John Frickson)
* Too big CPU load on FreeBSD and other systems using poll() interface (cejkar)
* Flexible downtime recorded as unscheduled downtime (John Frickson)
* Service Flexible downtimes produce 1 notification before entering (John Frickson)
* Once you "set flap_detection_enabled 0" it should remove flapping state from the host/services page (John Frickson)
* New map doesn't finish loading if a logo image is not found (John Frickson)
* Extraneous Div end tag in map.html (Scott Wilkerson)
* Issue with "Problems" section (John Frickson)
* Status Map icons and online/offline status dots disappear in IE11 (John Frickson)
* New network map overlays the nagios process with objects (John Frickson)
* Added Default-Start and Default-Stop to the init script (John Frickson)
* Compile / logging issues with BSD 6
* Related to above, Fixed a lot of incorrectly handled time_t's in *printf's (John Frickson)
* New map not working for RU locale (actually, most locales) (John Frickson)
* Replaced all instances of signal() with sigaction() + blocking (John Frickson)
* UTF-8 characters like german ä are not processed properly by function url_encode (John Frickson)
* nagios worker processes can hog CPU (huxley / John Frickson)
* custom time periods that include special characters were not being handled in reports (John Frickson)
* Fixed init script to wait up to 90 seconds then kill the nagios process (John Frickson)
* No Host Groups results in wrong error message (John Frickson)
* Setup Nagios users to view specific host is not working in the new network map (John Frickson)
* statusjson.cgi fails glibc realloc truncate response output (John Frickson)
* Report Time Period does not work if an @ character is in the timeperiod name (John Frickson)
* State History does not use actual plugin long_output (John Frickson)
* Time period corruption (xoubih)
* Tactical Overview - Disabled Flap Detection Link (John Frickson)

4.1.1 - 08/19/2015
------------------
FIXES
* CGI Could not read object configuration data (broken by error in 4.1.0)
* exclude (!) not working (broken by mis-applied fix for 4.1.0)


4.1.0 - 08/18/2015
------------------
ENHANCEMENTS
* Promoted JSON CGIs to released status (Eric Stanley)
* New graphical CGI displays: statusmap, trends, histogram (Eric Stanley)
* Make sticky status for acks and comments configurable enhancement #20 (Trevor McDonald / Scott Wilkerson)
* Add host_down_disable_service_checks directive to nagios.cfg #44 (Trevor McDonald / Scott Wilkerson)
* httpd.conf doesn't support Apache versions > 2.3 (DanielB / John Frickson)

FIXES
* Fix for not all service dependencies created (John Frickson)
* Fix SIGSEGV with empty custom variable (orbis / John Frickson)
* Fix contact macros in environment variables (dvoryanchikov)
* Fixed host's current attempt goes to 1 after going to hard state (John Frickson)
* Fixed two bugs/problems: Replace use of %zd in base/utils.c & incorrect va_start() in cgi/jsonutils.c (Peter Eriksson)
* Fixed: Let remove_specialized actually remove all workers (Phil Mayers)
* Fixed log file spam caused when using perfdata command directives in nagios.cfg (shashikanthbussa)
* Fixed off-by-one error in bounds check leads to segfault (Phil Mayers)
* Added links for legacy graphical displays (Eric Stanley)
* Update embedded URL's to https versions of Nagios websites (scottwilkerson)
* Fixed doxygen comments to work with latest doxygen 1.8.9.1 #30 (Trevor McDonald)
* Fixed makefile target "html" to PHONY to fix GitHub issue #28 (Trevor McDonald)
* Fixed typo as per GitHub issue #27 (Trevor McDonald)
* Fixed jsonquery.php 404 not found error, and disabled Send Query button until form populates #43 (Scott Wilkerson)
* Fixed linking in Tactical Overview for several of the Host entries in Featured section #48 (Scott Wilkerson)
* Fixed passing limit and sort options to pagination and sort links #42 (Scott Wilkerson)
* Added form field for icon URL and clean-up when it changes in CGI Status Map. (Eric Stanley)
* Added options to cgi.cfg to uncheck sticky and send when acknowledging a problem (Trevor McDonald)
* Low impact changes to automate the generation of RPMs from nagios.spec file. (T.J. Yang)
* Update index.php (Trevor McDonald)
* Fixed escaping of corewindow parameter to account for possible XSS injection (Scott Wilkerson)
* Typo correction (T.J. Yang)
* Make getCoreStatus respect cgi_base_url (Moritz Schlarb)
* Adjusted map layout to work within frames (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed map displays are now the full size of browser window (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed labels and icons on circular markup no longer scale on zoom (Eric Stanley)
* Got all maps except circular markup working with icons (Eric Stanley)
* Fixes to make legacy CGIs work again. (Eric Stanley)
* Fixes to make all/html target tolerant of being run multiple times (Eric Stanley)
* For user-supplied maps, converted node group to have transform (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed issue transitioning from circular markup map to other maps (Eric Stanley)
* Fix displayForm to trigger on the button press (Scott Wilkerson)
* Fix fo getBBox crash on Firefox (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed map now resets zoom when form apply()'d (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed so close box on dialogs actually closes dialog (Eric Stanley)
* Corrected directive in trends display (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed minor issue with link in trends links (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed issue with map displaying on Firefox (Eric Stanley)
* Added exclusions for ctags generation (Eric Stanley)
* Update map-popup.html (Scott Wilkerson)
* Initial commit of new graphical CGIs (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed Github bug #18 - archivejson.cgi returns wrong host for state change query (Eric Stanley)
* Status JSON: Added next_check to service details (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed escaping of keys for scalar values in JSON CGIs (Eric Stanley)
* build: Include <sys/loadavg.h> if it exists. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* lib-tests: test-io{cache|broker} need -lsocket to link. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* lib-tests: test-runcmd assumes GNU echo. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* lib-tests: Signal handlers don't return int on most platforms, and using a cast was the wrong way to resolve this. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* Fix some type/format mismatch warnings for pid_t. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* Fix build on Solaris. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* runcmd: Fix build when we don't HAVE_SETENV. (Eric J. Mislivec)
* Fixed checkresult output processing (Eric Mislivec)
* Corrected escaping of long output macros (Eric Mislivec)
* Fixed null pointer dereferences in archive JSON (Eric Stanley)
* Fixed memory overwrite issue in JSON string escaping (Eric Stanley)
* JSON CGI: Now escaping object and array keys (Eric Stanley)

KNOWN ISSUES
* New map does not account for multiple parents, leaving "legacy" map as an option in the menu
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