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Latest commit aaec654 Jan 17, 2017 @jaraco jaraco committed on GitHub Merge pull request #927 from hugovk/patch-1
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docs Remove installation instructions from the README and instead refer to… Jan 15, 2017
pkg_resources Bypass sort behavior altogether when module.__path__ isn't a list. Fi… Dec 14, 2016
setuptools Restore setuptools import, falsely identified as an unused import by … Jan 16, 2017
tests Add test to verify the install of Pypi top packages Nov 3, 2016
.gitignore Rename CHANGES and README files for nicer rendering on Github. Apr 1, 2016
.travis.yml I doubt there's any need to test on 3.7-dev if we're testing nightly. Jan 16, 2017
CHANGES.rst Update changelog. Ref #921. Jan 16, 2017
LICENSE Add LICENSE file for expectant auditors Aug 12, 2016 Include tox.ini in the sdist. Ref #904. Jan 7, 2017
README.rst Fix GitHub typo Jan 16, 2017
appveyor.yml Add environment variable to detect APPVEYOR. Ref #851. Nov 18, 2016 Fix quantity of blank lines. Oct 18, 2016 Use py.test to launch pytest, rather than python -m test, preventing … Dec 10, 2016 Backport all known 2.5-compatibility fixes Sep 20, 2006
launcher.c Added support for Windows RT (arm). Apr 2, 2013
msvc-build-launcher.cmd Remove ARM launchers. Fixes #611. Jun 9, 2016 Add appdirs as vendored package. Ref #763. Aug 27, 2016
pytest.ini Add tests capturing failure of depends.get_module_constant on Python … Dec 29, 2016
setup.cfg Bump version: 33.1.0 → 33.1.1 Jan 16, 2017 Update Python versions Jan 17, 2017
tox.ini Use py.test to launch pytest, rather than python -m test, preventing … Dec 10, 2016


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