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Add attr.fields_dict() #349

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rouge8 commented Feb 27, 2018

This patch adds attr.fields_dict(), which returns an OrderedDict of {attribute_name: Attribute} for all attrs attributes of a class.

Closes #290.

I'm bad at describing dictionaries in prose, so feel free to improve. :)

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Add attr.fields_dict()
This patch adds `attr.fields_dict()`, which returns an `OrderedDict` of
`{attribute_name: Attribute}` for all attrs attributes of a class.

Closes #290.
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@hynek

Looks great overall, thanks for working on it! I’ve added a few remarks that should be easy to fix so I’m confident we can merge this swiftly.

raise NotAnAttrsClassError(
"{cls!r} is not an attrs-decorated class.".format(cls=cls)
)
return ordered_dict([(a.name, a) for a in attrs])

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Shouldn't it be possible to avoid the list and just make it a generator? (iow drop the square brackets)

@@ -0,0 +1 @@
Added ``attr.field_dict()`` to return an ``OrderedDict` of ``attrs`` attributes for a class, whose keys are the attribute names.

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I think we shouldn’t speak of OrderedDict since that’s not true. Just say “ordered dict” or “ordered dictionary”. I’m not gonna point it out in every instance of your PR to avoid clutter, but please get rid of it. :)

@@ -1068,6 +1068,32 @@ def fields(cls):
return attrs
def fields_dict(cls):
"""
Returns an OrderedDict of ``attrs`` attributes for a class, whose keys are

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Ugh I’ve just noticed the “Returns” in fields! Please make both a “Return”, thanks!

Raises `ValueError` if passed a non-``attrs`` instance.
"""
with pytest.raises(NotAnAttrsClassError) as e:
fields_dict(object)

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empty line before assert block would be nice

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want me to clean these up in the tests for fields too? that's where I copy/pasted from 😉

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Sure, #boyScout. :)

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(done ✔️)

Returns an ordered dict of ``{attribute_name: Attribute}``.
"""
d = fields_dict(C)
assert isinstance(d, ordered_dict)

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empty line before assert block would be nice

:raise attr.exceptions.NotAnAttrsClassError: If *cls* is not an ``attrs``
class.
:rtype: OrderedDict where keys are attribute names and values are

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In this case it’s worth explaining what happens (something along of “a plain dict if it's naturally ordered like in Python 3.6+, OrderedDict otherwise”)

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@hynek updated 🎉

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Have you pushed? 😇

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I think so? The review comments show as outdated except for #349 (comment) which is on the line above the newline

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Merge #185
185: Scheduled weekly dependency update for week 18 r=mithrandi a=pyup-bot






### Update [attrs](https://pypi.org/project/attrs) from **17.4.0** to **18.1.0**.


<details>
  <summary>Changelog</summary>
  
  
   ### 18.1.0
   ```
   -------------------

Changes
^^^^^^^

- ``x=X(); x.cycle = x; repr(x)`` will no longer raise a ``RecursionError``, and will instead show as ``X(x=...)``.

  `95 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/95&gt;`_
- ``attr.ib(factory=f)`` is now syntactic sugar for the common case of ``attr.ib(default=attr.Factory(f))``.

  `178 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/178&gt;`_,
  `356 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/356&gt;`_
- Added ``attr.field_dict()`` to return an ordered dictionary of ``attrs`` attributes for a class, whose keys are the attribute names.

  `290 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/290&gt;`_,
  `349 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/349&gt;`_
- The order of attributes that are passed into ``attr.make_class()`` or the ``these`` argument of ``attr.s()`` is now retained if the dictionary is ordered (i.e. ``dict`` on Python 3.6 and later, ``collections.OrderedDict`` otherwise).

  Before, the order was always determined by the order in which the attributes have been defined which may not be desirable when creating classes programatically.

  `300 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/300&gt;`_,
  `339 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/339&gt;`_,
  `343 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/343&gt;`_
- In slotted classes, ``__getstate__`` and ``__setstate__`` now ignore the ``__weakref__`` attribute.

  `311 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/311&gt;`_,
  `326 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/326&gt;`_
- Setting the cell type is now completely best effort.
  This fixes ``attrs`` on Jython.

  We cannot make any guarantees regarding Jython though, because our test suite cannot run due to dependency incompatabilities.

  `321 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/321&gt;`_,
  `334 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/334&gt;`_
- If ``attr.s`` is passed a *these* argument, it will not attempt to remove attributes with the same name from the class body anymore.

  `322 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/322&gt;`_,
  `323 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/323&gt;`_
- The hash of ``attr.NOTHING`` is now vegan and faster on 32bit Python builds.

  `331 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/331&gt;`_,
  `332 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/332&gt;`_
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  `336 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/336&gt;`_
- Generated ``__init__`` methods now have an ``__annotations__`` attribute derived from the types of the fields.

  `363 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/363&gt;`_
- We have restructured the documentation a bit to account for ``attrs``&#39; growth in scope.
  Instead of putting everything into the `examples &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/examples.html&gt;`_ page, we have started to extract narrative chapters.

  So far, we&#39;ve added chapters on `initialization &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/init.html&gt;`_ and `hashing &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/hashing.html&gt;`_.

  Expect more to come!

  `369 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/369&gt;`_,
  `370 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/370&gt;`_


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.. _`Issue 350`: https://bitbucket.org/cffi/cffi/issues/350/
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   =======

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   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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  :func:`~cryptography.hazmat.primitives.keywrap.aes_key_unwrap_with_padding`
  .
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.. _v2-1-4:
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   ==================

Bugs fixed
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* LP1756314: Failure to import 4.2.0 into PyPy due to a missing library symbol.

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   ==================

Features added
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* GH261: The ``HTMLParser()`` now supports the ``huge_tree`` option.
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Bugs fixed
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* LP1737825: Crash at shutdown after an interrupted iterparse run with XMLSchema
  validation.

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   ------------------

- Close fp before return in ImagingSavePPM 3061
  [kathryndavies]

- Added documentation for ICNS append_images 3051
  [radarhere]

- Docs: Move intro text below its header 3021
  [hugovk]

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- Remove _imaging.crc32 in favor of builtin Python crc32 implementation 2935
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- Move Tk directory to src directory 2928
  [hugovk]

- Enable pip cache in Travis CI 2933
  [jdufresne]

- Remove unused and duplicate imports 2927
  [radarhere]

- Docs: Changed documentation references to 2.x to 2.7 2921
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- Fix memory leak when opening webp files 2974
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- Setup: Fix &quot;TypeError: &#39;NoneType&#39; object is not iterable&quot; for PPC and CRUX 2951
  [hugovk]

- Setup: Add libdirs for ppc64le and armv7l 2968
  [nehaljwani]
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   ### 5.0.0
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- Docs: Added docstrings from documentation 2914
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- Test: Switch from nose to pytest 2815
  [hugovk]

- Rework Source directory layout, preventing accidental import of PIL. 2911
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Bugfixes
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- Fixed an issue with the setup script running in non-UTF-8 environment.
  Reported and fixed by gergondet (gh pr 651)


Misc
----

- GH 655
   ```
   
  
  
   ### 2.7.1
   ```
   ===========================

Data updates
------------

- Updated tzdata version to 2018d.


Bugfixes
--------

- Fixed issue where parser.parse would occasionally raise
  decimal.Decimal-specific error types rather than ValueError. Reported by
  amureki (gh issue 632). Fixed by pganssle (gh pr 636).
- Improve error message when rrule&#39;s dtstart and until are not both naive or
  both aware. Reported and fixed by ryanpetrello (gh issue 633, gh pr 634)


Misc
----

- GH 644, GH 648
   ```
   
  
  
   ### 2.7.0
   ```
   =============
- Dropped support for Python 2.6 (gh pr 362 by jdufresne)
- Dropped support for Python 3.2 (gh pr 626)
- Updated zoneinfo file to 2018c (gh pr 616)
- Changed licensing scheme so all new contributions are dual licensed under
  Apache 2.0 and BSD. (gh pr 542, issue 496)
- Added __all__ variable to the root package. Reported by tebriel
  (gh issue 406), fixed by mariocj89 (gh pr 494)
- Added python_requires to setup.py so that pip will distribute the right
  version of dateutil. Fixed by jakec-github (gh issue 537, pr 552)
- Added the utils submodule, for miscellaneous utilities.
- Added within_delta function to utils - added by justanr (gh issue 432,
  gh pr 437)
- Added today function to utils (gh pr 474)
- Added default_tzinfo function to utils (gh pr 475), solving an issue
  reported by nealmcb (gh issue 94)
- Added dedicated ISO 8601 parsing function isoparse (gh issue 424).
  Initial implementation by pganssle in gh pr 489 and 622, with a
  pre-release fix by kirit93 (gh issue 546, gh pr 573). 
- Moved parser module into parser/_parser.py and officially deprecated the use
  of several private functions and classes from that module. (gh pr 501, 515)
- Tweaked parser error message to include rejected string format, added by
  pbiering (gh pr 300)
- Add support for parsing bytesarray, reported by uckelman (gh issue 417) and
  fixed by uckelman and pganssle (gh pr 514)
- Started raising a warning when the parser finds a timezone string that it
  cannot construct a tzinfo instance for (rather than succeeding with no
  indication of an error). Reported and fixed by jbrockmendel (gh pr 540)
- Dropped the use of assert in the parser. Fixed by jbrockmendel (gh pr 502)
- Fixed to assertion logic in parser to support dates like &#39;2015-15-May&#39;,
  reported and fixed by jbrockmendel (gh pr 409)
- Fixed IndexError in parser on dates with trailing colons, reported and fixed
  by jbrockmendel (gh pr 420)
- Fixed bug where hours were not validated, leading to improper parse. Reported
  by heappro (gh pr 353), fixed by jbrockmendel (gh pr 482)
- Fixed problem parsing strings in %b-%Y-%d format. Reported and fixed by
  jbrockmendel (gh pr 481)
- Fixed problem parsing strings in the %d%B%y format. Reported by asishm
  (gh issue 360), fixed by jbrockmendel (gh pr 483)
- Fixed problem parsing certain unambiguous strings when year &lt;99 (gh pr 510).
  Reported by alexwlchan (gh issue 293).
- Fixed issue with parsing an unambiguous string representation of an ambiguous
  datetime such that if possible the correct value for fold is set. Fixes
  issue reported by JordonPhillips and pganssle (gh issue 318, 320,
  gh pr 517)
- Fixed issue with improper rounding of fractional components. Reported by
  dddmello (gh issue 427), fixed by m-dz (gh pr 570)
- Performance improvement to parser from removing certain min() calls. Reported
  and fixed by jbrockmendel (gh pr 589)
- Significantly refactored parser code by jbrockmendel (gh prs 419, 436,
  490, 498, 539) and pganssle (gh prs 435, 468)
- Implementated of __hash__ for relativedelta and weekday, reported and fixed
  by mrigor (gh pr 389) 
- Implemented __abs__ for relativedelta. Reported by binnisb and pferreir
  (gh issue 350, pr 472)
- Fixed relativedelta.weeks property getter and setter to work for both
  negative and positive values. Reported and fixed by souliane (gh issue 459,
  pr 460)
- Fixed issue where passing whole number floats to the months or years
  arguments of the relativedelta constructor would lead to errors during
  addition. Reported by arouanet (gh pr 411), fixed by lkollar (gh pr 553)
- Added a pre-built tz.UTC object representing UTC (gh pr 497)
- Added a cache to tz.gettz so that by default it will return the same object
  for identical inputs. This will change the semantics of certain operations
  between datetimes constructed with tzinfo=tz.gettz(...). (gh pr 628)
- Changed the behavior of tz.tzutc to return a singleton (gh pr 497, 504)
- Changed the behavior of tz.tzoffset to return the same object when passed the
  same inputs, with a corresponding performance improvement (gh pr 504)
- Changed the behavior of tz.tzstr to return the same object when passed the
  same inputs. (gh pr 628)
- Added .instance alternate constructors for tz.tzoffset and tz.tzstr, to
  allow the construction of a new instance if desired. (gh pr 628)
- Added the tz.gettz.nocache function to allow explicit retrieval of a new
  instance of the relevant tzinfo. (gh pr 628)
- Expand definition of tz.tzlocal equality so that the local zone is allow
  equality with tzoffset and tzutc. (gh pr 598)
- Deprecated the idiosyncratic tzstr format mentioned in several examples but
  evidently designed exclusively for dateutil, and very likely not used by
  any current users. (gh issue 595, gh pr 606)
- Added the tz.resolve_imaginary function, which generates a real date from
  an imaginary one, if necessary. Implemented by Cheukting (gh issue 339,
  gh pr 607)
- Fixed issue where the tz.tzstr constructor would erroneously succeed if
  passed an invalid value for tzstr. Fixed by pablogsal (gh issue 259,
  gh pr 581)
- Fixed issue with tz.gettz for TZ variables that start with a colon. Reported
  and fixed by lapointexavier (gh pr 601)
- Added a lock to tz.tzical&#39;s cache. Reported and fixed by Unrud (gh pr 430) 
- Fixed an issue with fold support on certain Python 3 implementations that
  used the pre-3.6 pure Python implementation of datetime.replace, most
  notably pypy3 (gh pr 446).
- Added support for VALUE=DATE-TIME for DTSTART in rrulestr. Reported by potuz
  (gh issue 401) and fixed by Unrud (gh pr 429)
- Started enforcing that within VTIMEZONE, the VALUE parameter can only be
  omitted or DATE-TIME, per RFC 5545. Reported by Unrud (gh pr 439)
- Added support for TZID parameter for DTSTART in rrulestr. Reported and
  fixed by ryanpetrello (gh issue 614, gh pr 624)
- Added &#39;RRULE:&#39; prefix to rrule strings generated by rrule.__str__, in
  compliance with the RFC. Reported by AndrewPashkin (gh issue 86), fixed by
  jarondl and mlorant (gh pr 450)
- Switched to setuptools_scm for version management, automatically calculating
  a version number from the git metadata. Reported by jreback (gh issue 511),
  implemented by Sulley38 (gh pr 564)
- Switched setup.py to use find_packages, and started testing against pip
  installed versions of dateutil in CI. Fixed issue with parser import
  discovered by jreback in pandas-dev/pandas18141. (gh issue 507, pr 509)
- Switched test suite to using pytest (gh pr 495)
- Switched CI over to use tox. Fixed by gaborbernat (gh pr 549)
- Added a test-only dependency on freezegun. (gh pr 474)
- Reduced number of CI builds on Appveyor. Fixed by kirit93 (gh issue 529,
  gh pr 579)
- Made xfails strict by default, so that an xpass is a failure. (gh pr 567)
- Added a documentation generation stage to tox and CI. (gh pr 568)
- Added an explicit warning when running python setup.py explaining how to run
  the test suites with pytest. Fixed by lkollar. (gh issue 544, gh pr 548)
- Added requirements-dev.txt for test dependency management (gh pr 499, 516)
- Fixed code coverage metrics to account for Windows builds (gh pr 526)
- Fixed code coverage metrics to NOT count xfails. Fixed by gaborbernat
  (gh issue 519, gh pr 563)
- Style improvement to zoneinfo.tzfile that was confusing to static type
  checkers. Reported and fixed by quodlibetor (gh pr 485)
- Several unused imports were removed by jdufresne. (gh pr 486)
- Switched isinstance(*, collections.Callable) to callable, which is available
  on all supported Python versions. Implemented by jdufresne (gh pr 612)
- Added CONTRIBUTING.md (gh pr 533)
- Added AUTHORS.md (gh pr 542)
- Corrected setup.py metadata to reflect author vs. maintainer, (gh issue 477,
  gh pr 538)
- Corrected README to reflect that tests are now run in pytest. Reported and
  fixed by m-dz (gh issue 556, gh pr 557)
- Updated all references to RFC 2445 (iCalendar) to point to RFC 5545. Fixed
  by mariocj89 (gh issue 543, gh pr 555)
- Corrected parse documentation to reflect proper integer offset units,
  reported and fixed by abrugh (gh pr 458)
- Fixed dangling parenthesis in tzoffset documentation (gh pr 461)
- Started including the license file in wheels. Reported and fixed by
  jdufresne (gh pr 476)
- Indendation fixes to parser docstring by jbrockmendel (gh pr 492)
- Moved many examples from the &quot;examples&quot; documentation into their appropriate
  module documentation pages. Fixed by Tomasz-Kluczkowski and jakec-github
  (gh pr 558, 561)
- Fixed documentation so that the parser.isoparse documentation displays.
  Fixed by alexchamberlain (gh issue 545, gh pr 560)
- Refactored build and release sections and added setup instructions to
  CONTRIBUTING. Reported and fixed by kynan (gh pr 562)
- Cleaned up various dead links in the documentation. (gh pr 602, 608, 618)
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### Update [twisted[tls,conch]](https://pypi.org/project/twisted) from **17.9.0** to **18.4.0**.


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   ### 18.4.0
   ```
   ===========================

Features
--------

- The --port/--https arguments to web plugin are now deprecated, in favor of
  --listen. The --listen argument can be given multiple times to listen on
  multiple ports. (6670)
- Twisted now requires zope.interface 4.4.2 or higher across all platforms and
  Python versions. (8149)
- The osx_platform setuptools extra has been renamed to macos_platform, with
  the former name being a compatibility alias. (8848)
- Zsh completions are now provided for the twist command. (9338)
- twisted.internet.endpoints.HostnameEndpoint now has a __repr__ method which
  includes the host and port to which the endpoint connects. (9341)


Bugfixes
--------

- twistd now uses the UID&#39;s default GID to initialize groups when --uid is
  given but --gid is not. This prevents an unhandled TypeError from being
  raised when os.initgroups() is called. (4442)
- twisted.protocols.basic.LineReceiver checks received lines&#39; lengths against
  its MAX_LENGTH only after receiving a complete delimiter. A line ending in a
  multi-byte delimiter like &#39;\r\n&#39; might be split by the network, with the
  first part arriving before the rest; previously, LineReceiver erroneously
  disconnected if the first part, e.g. &#39;zzzz....\r&#39; exceeded MAX_LENGTH.
  LineReceiver now checks received data against MAX_LENGTH plus the delimiter&#39;s
  length, allowing short reads to complete a line. (6556)
- twisted.protocols.basic.LineOnlyReceiver disconnects the transport after
  receiving a line that exceeds MAX_LENGTH, like LineReceiver. (6557)
- twisted.web.http.Request.getClientIP now returns the host part of the
  client&#39;s address when connected over IPv6. (7704)
- twisted.application.service.IService is now documented as requiring the
  &#39;running&#39;, &#39;name&#39; and &#39;parent&#39; attributes (the documentation previously
  implied they were required, but was unclear). (7922)
- twisted.web.wsgi.WSGIResource no longer raises an exception when a client
  connects over IPv6. (8241)
- When using TLS enable automatic ECDH curve selection on OpenSSL 1.0.2+
  instead of only supporting P-256 (9210)
- twisted.trial._dist.worker and twisted.trial._dist.workertrial consistently
  pass bytes, not unicode to AMP. This fixes &quot;trial -j&quot; on Python 3. (9264)
- twisted.trial.runner now uses the &#39;importlib&#39; module instead of the &#39;imp&#39;
  module on Python 3+. This eliminates DeprecationWarnings caused by importing
  &#39;imp&#39; on Python 3. (9275)
- twisted.web.client.HTTP11ClientProtocol now closes the connection when the
  server is sending a header line which is longer than he line limit of
  twisted.protocols.basic.LineReceiver.MAX_LENGTH. (9295)
- twisted.python.failure now handles long stacktraces better; in particular it
  will log tracebacks for stack overflow errors. (9301)
- The &quot;--_shell-completion&quot; argument to twistd now works on Python 3. (9303)
- twisted.python.failure.Failure now raises the wrapped exception in Python3,
  and self (Failure) n Python2 when trap() is called without a matching
  exception (9307)
- Writing large amounts of data no longer implies repeated, expensive copying
  under Python 3. Python 3&#39;s write speeds are now as fast as Python 2&#39;s.
  (9324)
- twisted.protocols.postfix now properly encodes errors which are unicode
  strings to bytes. (9335)
- twisted.protocols.policies.ProtocolWrapper and
  twisted.protocols.tls.TLSMemoryBIOProtocol no longer create circular
  references that keep protocol instances in memory after connection is closed.
  (9374)
- twisted.conch.ssh.transport.SSHTransportBase no longer strips trailing spaces
  from the SSH version string of the connected peer. (9377)
- `trial -j` no longer crashes on Python 2 on test failure messages containing
  non-ASCII bytes. (9378)
- RSA keys replaced with 2048bit ones in twisted.conch.test.keydata in order to
  be compatible with OpenSSH 7.6. (9388)
- AsyncioSelectorReactor uses the global policy&#39;s event loop. asyncio libraries
  that retrieve the running event loop with get_event_loop() will now receive
  the one used by AsyncioSelectorReactor. (9390)


Improved Documentation
----------------------

- public attributes of `twisted.logger.Logger` are now documented as
  attributes. (8157)
- List indentation formatting errors have been corrected throughout the
  documentation. (9256)


Deprecations and Removals
-------------------------

- twisted.protocols.basic.LineOnlyReceiver.lineLengthExceeded no longer returns
  twisted.internet.error.ConnectionLost. It instead directly disconnects the
  transport and returns None. (6557)
- twisted.python.win32.getProgramsMenuPath and
  twisted.python.win32.getProgramFilesPath were deprecated in Twisted 15.3.0
  and have now been removed. (9312)
- Python 3.3 is no longer supported. (9352)


Misc
----

- 7033, 8887, 9204, 9289, 9291, 9292, 9293, 9302, 9336, 9355, 9356,
  9364, 9375, 9381, 9382, 9389, 9391, 9393, 9394, 9396


Conch
-----

Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- twisted.plugins.cred_unix now properly converts a username and password from
  bytes to str on Python 3. In addition, passwords which are encrypted with
  SHA512 and SH256 are properly verified. This fixes running a conch server
  with: &quot;twistd -n conch -d /etc/ssh/ --auth=unix&quot;. (9130)
- In twisted.conch.scripts.conch, on Python 3 do not write bytes directly to
  sys.stderr. On Python 3, this fixes remote SSH execution of a command which
  fails. (9344)


Deprecations and Removals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- twisted.conch.ssh.filetransfer.FileTransferClient.wasAFile attribute has been
  removed as it serves no purpose. (9362)
- Removed deprecated support for PyCrypto key objects in conch (9368)


Web
---

Features
~~~~~~~~

- The new twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientAddress returns the IAddress provider
  representing the client&#39;s address. Callers should check the type of the
  returned value before using it. (7707)
- Eliminate use of twisted.python.log in twisted.web modules. (9280)


Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- Scripts ending with .rpy, .epy, and .cgi now execute properly in Twisted Web
  on Python 3. (9271)
- twisted.web.http.Request and twisted.web.server.Request are once again
  hashable on Python 2, fixing a regression introduced in Twisted 17.5.0.
  (9314)


Improved Documentation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- Correct reactor docstrings for twisted.web.client.Agent and
  twisted.web.client._StandardEndpointFactory to communicate interface
  requirements since 17.1. (9274)
- The examples for the &quot;Twisted Web in 60 Seconds&quot; tutorial have been fixed to
  work on Python 3. (9285)


Deprecations and Removals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientIP is deprecated. Use
  twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientAddress instead (see 7707). (7705)
- twisted.web.iweb.IRequest.getClient and its implementations (deprecated in
  2552) have been removed. (9395)


Mail
----

Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- twistd.mail.scripts.mailmail has been ported to Python 3. (8487)
- twisted.mail.bounce now works on Python 3. (9260)
- twisted.mail.pop3 and twisted.mail.pop3client now work on Python 3. (9269)
- SMTP authentication in twisted.mail.smtp now works better on Python 3, due to
  improved improved bytes vs unicode handling. (9299)


Misc
~~~~

- 9310


Words
-----

No significant changes.


Names
-----

No significant changes.
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- Drop support for 3.3, avoid accidental dependence breakage via setup.py.
  See `PR 110 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/pull/110&gt;`_.
- Allow registering and unregistering instance methods as listeners.
  See `issue 12 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/issues/12&gt;`_
  and `PR 102 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/pull/102&gt;`_.
- Synchronize and simplify zope/__init__.py. See `issue 114
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### Update [attrs](https://pypi.org/project/attrs) from **17.4.0** to **18.1.0**.


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   ```
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Changes
^^^^^^^

- ``x=X(); x.cycle = x; repr(x)`` will no longer raise a ``RecursionError``, and will instead show as ``X(x=...)``.

  `95 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/95&gt;`_
- ``attr.ib(factory=f)`` is now syntactic sugar for the common case of ``attr.ib(default=attr.Factory(f))``.

  `178 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/178&gt;`_,
  `356 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/356&gt;`_
- Added ``attr.field_dict()`` to return an ordered dictionary of ``attrs`` attributes for a class, whose keys are the attribute names.

  `290 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/290&gt;`_,
  `349 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/349&gt;`_
- The order of attributes that are passed into ``attr.make_class()`` or the ``these`` argument of ``attr.s()`` is now retained if the dictionary is ordered (i.e. ``dict`` on Python 3.6 and later, ``collections.OrderedDict`` otherwise).

  Before, the order was always determined by the order in which the attributes have been defined which may not be desirable when creating classes programatically.

  `300 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/300&gt;`_,
  `339 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/339&gt;`_,
  `343 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/343&gt;`_
- In slotted classes, ``__getstate__`` and ``__setstate__`` now ignore the ``__weakref__`` attribute.

  `311 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/311&gt;`_,
  `326 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/326&gt;`_
- Setting the cell type is now completely best effort.
  This fixes ``attrs`` on Jython.

  We cannot make any guarantees regarding Jython though, because our test suite cannot run due to dependency incompatabilities.

  `321 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/321&gt;`_,
  `334 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/334&gt;`_
- If ``attr.s`` is passed a *these* argument, it will not attempt to remove attributes with the same name from the class body anymore.

  `322 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/322&gt;`_,
  `323 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/323&gt;`_
- The hash of ``attr.NOTHING`` is now vegan and faster on 32bit Python builds.

  `331 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/331&gt;`_,
  `332 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/332&gt;`_
- The overhead of instantiating frozen dict classes is virtually eliminated.
  `336 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/336&gt;`_
- Generated ``__init__`` methods now have an ``__annotations__`` attribute derived from the types of the fields.

  `363 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/363&gt;`_
- We have restructured the documentation a bit to account for ``attrs``&#39; growth in scope.
  Instead of putting everything into the `examples &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/examples.html&gt;`_ page, we have started to extract narrative chapters.

  So far, we&#39;ve added chapters on `initialization &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/init.html&gt;`_ and `hashing &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/hashing.html&gt;`_.

  Expect more to come!

  `369 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/369&gt;`_,
  `370 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/370&gt;`_


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### Update [twisted[tls]](https://pypi.org/project/twisted) from **17.9.0** to **18.4.0**.


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   ### 18.4.0
   ```
   ===========================

Features
--------

- The --port/--https arguments to web plugin are now deprecated, in favor of
  --listen. The --listen argument can be given multiple times to listen on
  multiple ports. (6670)
- Twisted now requires zope.interface 4.4.2 or higher across all platforms and
  Python versions. (8149)
- The osx_platform setuptools extra has been renamed to macos_platform, with
  the former name being a compatibility alias. (8848)
- Zsh completions are now provided for the twist command. (9338)
- twisted.internet.endpoints.HostnameEndpoint now has a __repr__ method which
  includes the host and port to which the endpoint connects. (9341)


Bugfixes
--------

- twistd now uses the UID&#39;s default GID to initialize groups when --uid is
  given but --gid is not. This prevents an unhandled TypeError from being
  raised when os.initgroups() is called. (4442)
- twisted.protocols.basic.LineReceiver checks received lines&#39; lengths against
  its MAX_LENGTH only after receiving a complete delimiter. A line ending in a
  multi-byte delimiter like &#39;\r\n&#39; might be split by the network, with the
  first part arriving before the rest; previously, LineReceiver erroneously
  disconnected if the first part, e.g. &#39;zzzz....\r&#39; exceeded MAX_LENGTH.
  LineReceiver now checks received data against MAX_LENGTH plus the delimiter&#39;s
  length, allowing short reads to complete a line. (6556)
- twisted.protocols.basic.LineOnlyReceiver disconnects the transport after
  receiving a line that exceeds MAX_LENGTH, like LineReceiver. (6557)
- twisted.web.http.Request.getClientIP now returns the host part of the
  client&#39;s address when connected over IPv6. (7704)
- twisted.application.service.IService is now documented as requiring the
  &#39;running&#39;, &#39;name&#39; and &#39;parent&#39; attributes (the documentation previously
  implied they were required, but was unclear). (7922)
- twisted.web.wsgi.WSGIResource no longer raises an exception when a client
  connects over IPv6. (8241)
- When using TLS enable automatic ECDH curve selection on OpenSSL 1.0.2+
  instead of only supporting P-256 (9210)
- twisted.trial._dist.worker and twisted.trial._dist.workertrial consistently
  pass bytes, not unicode to AMP. This fixes &quot;trial -j&quot; on Python 3. (9264)
- twisted.trial.runner now uses the &#39;importlib&#39; module instead of the &#39;imp&#39;
  module on Python 3+. This eliminates DeprecationWarnings caused by importing
  &#39;imp&#39; on Python 3. (9275)
- twisted.web.client.HTTP11ClientProtocol now closes the connection when the
  server is sending a header line which is longer than he line limit of
  twisted.protocols.basic.LineReceiver.MAX_LENGTH. (9295)
- twisted.python.failure now handles long stacktraces better; in particular it
  will log tracebacks for stack overflow errors. (9301)
- The &quot;--_shell-completion&quot; argument to twistd now works on Python 3. (9303)
- twisted.python.failure.Failure now raises the wrapped exception in Python3,
  and self (Failure) n Python2 when trap() is called without a matching
  exception (9307)
- Writing large amounts of data no longer implies repeated, expensive copying
  under Python 3. Python 3&#39;s write speeds are now as fast as Python 2&#39;s.
  (9324)
- twisted.protocols.postfix now properly encodes errors which are unicode
  strings to bytes. (9335)
- twisted.protocols.policies.ProtocolWrapper and
  twisted.protocols.tls.TLSMemoryBIOProtocol no longer create circular
  references that keep protocol instances in memory after connection is closed.
  (9374)
- twisted.conch.ssh.transport.SSHTransportBase no longer strips trailing spaces
  from the SSH version string of the connected peer. (9377)
- `trial -j` no longer crashes on Python 2 on test failure messages containing
  non-ASCII bytes. (9378)
- RSA keys replaced with 2048bit ones in twisted.conch.test.keydata in order to
  be compatible with OpenSSH 7.6. (9388)
- AsyncioSelectorReactor uses the global policy&#39;s event loop. asyncio libraries
  that retrieve the running event loop with get_event_loop() will now receive
  the one used by AsyncioSelectorReactor. (9390)


Improved Documentation
----------------------

- public attributes of `twisted.logger.Logger` are now documented as
  attributes. (8157)
- List indentation formatting errors have been corrected throughout the
  documentation. (9256)


Deprecations and Removals
-------------------------

- twisted.protocols.basic.LineOnlyReceiver.lineLengthExceeded no longer returns
  twisted.internet.error.ConnectionLost. It instead directly disconnects the
  transport and returns None. (6557)
- twisted.python.win32.getProgramsMenuPath and
  twisted.python.win32.getProgramFilesPath were deprecated in Twisted 15.3.0
  and have now been removed. (9312)
- Python 3.3 is no longer supported. (9352)


Misc
----

- 7033, 8887, 9204, 9289, 9291, 9292, 9293, 9302, 9336, 9355, 9356,
  9364, 9375, 9381, 9382, 9389, 9391, 9393, 9394, 9396


Conch
-----

Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- twisted.plugins.cred_unix now properly converts a username and password from
  bytes to str on Python 3. In addition, passwords which are encrypted with
  SHA512 and SH256 are properly verified. This fixes running a conch server
  with: &quot;twistd -n conch -d /etc/ssh/ --auth=unix&quot;. (9130)
- In twisted.conch.scripts.conch, on Python 3 do not write bytes directly to
  sys.stderr. On Python 3, this fixes remote SSH execution of a command which
  fails. (9344)


Deprecations and Removals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- twisted.conch.ssh.filetransfer.FileTransferClient.wasAFile attribute has been
  removed as it serves no purpose. (9362)
- Removed deprecated support for PyCrypto key objects in conch (9368)


Web
---

Features
~~~~~~~~

- The new twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientAddress returns the IAddress provider
  representing the client&#39;s address. Callers should check the type of the
  returned value before using it. (7707)
- Eliminate use of twisted.python.log in twisted.web modules. (9280)


Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- Scripts ending with .rpy, .epy, and .cgi now execute properly in Twisted Web
  on Python 3. (9271)
- twisted.web.http.Request and twisted.web.server.Request are once again
  hashable on Python 2, fixing a regression introduced in Twisted 17.5.0.
  (9314)


Improved Documentation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- Correct reactor docstrings for twisted.web.client.Agent and
  twisted.web.client._StandardEndpointFactory to communicate interface
  requirements since 17.1. (9274)
- The examples for the &quot;Twisted Web in 60 Seconds&quot; tutorial have been fixed to
  work on Python 3. (9285)


Deprecations and Removals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientIP is deprecated. Use
  twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientAddress instead (see 7707). (7705)
- twisted.web.iweb.IRequest.getClient and its implementations (deprecated in
  2552) have been removed. (9395)


Mail
----

Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- twistd.mail.scripts.mailmail has been ported to Python 3. (8487)
- twisted.mail.bounce now works on Python 3. (9260)
- twisted.mail.pop3 and twisted.mail.pop3client now work on Python 3. (9269)
- SMTP authentication in twisted.mail.smtp now works better on Python 3, due to
  improved improved bytes vs unicode handling. (9299)


Misc
~~~~

- 9310


Words
-----

No significant changes.


Names
-----

No significant changes.
   ```
   
  
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<details>
  <summary>Links</summary>
  
  - PyPI: https://pypi.org/project/twisted
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### Update [zope.interface](https://pypi.org/project/zope.interface) from **4.4.3** to **4.5.0**.


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   ### 4.5.0
   ```
   ------------------

- Drop support for 3.3, avoid accidental dependence breakage via setup.py.
  See `PR 110 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/pull/110&gt;`_.
- Allow registering and unregistering instance methods as listeners.
  See `issue 12 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/issues/12&gt;`_
  and `PR 102 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/pull/102&gt;`_.
- Synchronize and simplify zope/__init__.py. See `issue 114
  &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/issues/114&gt;`_
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### Update [attrs](https://pypi.org/project/attrs) from **17.4.0** to **18.1.0**.


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   ### 18.1.0
   ```
   -------------------

Changes
^^^^^^^

- ``x=X(); x.cycle = x; repr(x)`` will no longer raise a ``RecursionError``, and will instead show as ``X(x=...)``.

  `95 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/95&gt;`_
- ``attr.ib(factory=f)`` is now syntactic sugar for the common case of ``attr.ib(default=attr.Factory(f))``.

  `178 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/178&gt;`_,
  `356 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/356&gt;`_
- Added ``attr.field_dict()`` to return an ordered dictionary of ``attrs`` attributes for a class, whose keys are the attribute names.

  `290 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/290&gt;`_,
  `349 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/349&gt;`_
- The order of attributes that are passed into ``attr.make_class()`` or the ``these`` argument of ``attr.s()`` is now retained if the dictionary is ordered (i.e. ``dict`` on Python 3.6 and later, ``collections.OrderedDict`` otherwise).

  Before, the order was always determined by the order in which the attributes have been defined which may not be desirable when creating classes programatically.

  `300 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/300&gt;`_,
  `339 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/339&gt;`_,
  `343 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/343&gt;`_
- In slotted classes, ``__getstate__`` and ``__setstate__`` now ignore the ``__weakref__`` attribute.

  `311 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/311&gt;`_,
  `326 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/326&gt;`_
- Setting the cell type is now completely best effort.
  This fixes ``attrs`` on Jython.

  We cannot make any guarantees regarding Jython though, because our test suite cannot run due to dependency incompatabilities.

  `321 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/321&gt;`_,
  `334 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/334&gt;`_
- If ``attr.s`` is passed a *these* argument, it will not attempt to remove attributes with the same name from the class body anymore.

  `322 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/322&gt;`_,
  `323 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/323&gt;`_
- The hash of ``attr.NOTHING`` is now vegan and faster on 32bit Python builds.

  `331 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/331&gt;`_,
  `332 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/332&gt;`_
- The overhead of instantiating frozen dict classes is virtually eliminated.
  `336 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/336&gt;`_
- Generated ``__init__`` methods now have an ``__annotations__`` attribute derived from the types of the fields.

  `363 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/363&gt;`_
- We have restructured the documentation a bit to account for ``attrs``&#39; growth in scope.
  Instead of putting everything into the `examples &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/examples.html&gt;`_ page, we have started to extract narrative chapters.

  So far, we&#39;ve added chapters on `initialization &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/init.html&gt;`_ and `hashing &lt;http://www.attrs.org/en/stable/hashing.html&gt;`_.

  Expect more to come!

  `369 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/369&gt;`_,
  `370 &lt;https://github.com/python-attrs/attrs/issues/370&gt;`_


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  - Changelog: https://pyup.io/changelogs/attrs/
  - Homepage: http://www.attrs.org/
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### Update [hypothesis](https://pypi.org/project/hypothesis) from **3.53.0** to **3.56.5**.


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  - Repo: https://github.com/HypothesisWorks/hypothesis/issues
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### Update [ipaddress](https://pypi.org/project/ipaddress) from **1.0.19** to **1.0.21**.


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### Update [pbr](https://pypi.org/project/pbr) from **4.0.0** to **4.0.2**.


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### Update [twisted[tls]](https://pypi.org/project/twisted) from **17.9.0** to **18.4.0**.


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   ### 18.4.0
   ```
   ===========================

Features
--------

- The --port/--https arguments to web plugin are now deprecated, in favor of
  --listen. The --listen argument can be given multiple times to listen on
  multiple ports. (6670)
- Twisted now requires zope.interface 4.4.2 or higher across all platforms and
  Python versions. (8149)
- The osx_platform setuptools extra has been renamed to macos_platform, with
  the former name being a compatibility alias. (8848)
- Zsh completions are now provided for the twist command. (9338)
- twisted.internet.endpoints.HostnameEndpoint now has a __repr__ method which
  includes the host and port to which the endpoint connects. (9341)


Bugfixes
--------

- twistd now uses the UID&#39;s default GID to initialize groups when --uid is
  given but --gid is not. This prevents an unhandled TypeError from being
  raised when os.initgroups() is called. (4442)
- twisted.protocols.basic.LineReceiver checks received lines&#39; lengths against
  its MAX_LENGTH only after receiving a complete delimiter. A line ending in a
  multi-byte delimiter like &#39;\r\n&#39; might be split by the network, with the
  first part arriving before the rest; previously, LineReceiver erroneously
  disconnected if the first part, e.g. &#39;zzzz....\r&#39; exceeded MAX_LENGTH.
  LineReceiver now checks received data against MAX_LENGTH plus the delimiter&#39;s
  length, allowing short reads to complete a line. (6556)
- twisted.protocols.basic.LineOnlyReceiver disconnects the transport after
  receiving a line that exceeds MAX_LENGTH, like LineReceiver. (6557)
- twisted.web.http.Request.getClientIP now returns the host part of the
  client&#39;s address when connected over IPv6. (7704)
- twisted.application.service.IService is now documented as requiring the
  &#39;running&#39;, &#39;name&#39; and &#39;parent&#39; attributes (the documentation previously
  implied they were required, but was unclear). (7922)
- twisted.web.wsgi.WSGIResource no longer raises an exception when a client
  connects over IPv6. (8241)
- When using TLS enable automatic ECDH curve selection on OpenSSL 1.0.2+
  instead of only supporting P-256 (9210)
- twisted.trial._dist.worker and twisted.trial._dist.workertrial consistently
  pass bytes, not unicode to AMP. This fixes &quot;trial -j&quot; on Python 3. (9264)
- twisted.trial.runner now uses the &#39;importlib&#39; module instead of the &#39;imp&#39;
  module on Python 3+. This eliminates DeprecationWarnings caused by importing
  &#39;imp&#39; on Python 3. (9275)
- twisted.web.client.HTTP11ClientProtocol now closes the connection when the
  server is sending a header line which is longer than he line limit of
  twisted.protocols.basic.LineReceiver.MAX_LENGTH. (9295)
- twisted.python.failure now handles long stacktraces better; in particular it
  will log tracebacks for stack overflow errors. (9301)
- The &quot;--_shell-completion&quot; argument to twistd now works on Python 3. (9303)
- twisted.python.failure.Failure now raises the wrapped exception in Python3,
  and self (Failure) n Python2 when trap() is called without a matching
  exception (9307)
- Writing large amounts of data no longer implies repeated, expensive copying
  under Python 3. Python 3&#39;s write speeds are now as fast as Python 2&#39;s.
  (9324)
- twisted.protocols.postfix now properly encodes errors which are unicode
  strings to bytes. (9335)
- twisted.protocols.policies.ProtocolWrapper and
  twisted.protocols.tls.TLSMemoryBIOProtocol no longer create circular
  references that keep protocol instances in memory after connection is closed.
  (9374)
- twisted.conch.ssh.transport.SSHTransportBase no longer strips trailing spaces
  from the SSH version string of the connected peer. (9377)
- `trial -j` no longer crashes on Python 2 on test failure messages containing
  non-ASCII bytes. (9378)
- RSA keys replaced with 2048bit ones in twisted.conch.test.keydata in order to
  be compatible with OpenSSH 7.6. (9388)
- AsyncioSelectorReactor uses the global policy&#39;s event loop. asyncio libraries
  that retrieve the running event loop with get_event_loop() will now receive
  the one used by AsyncioSelectorReactor. (9390)


Improved Documentation
----------------------

- public attributes of `twisted.logger.Logger` are now documented as
  attributes. (8157)
- List indentation formatting errors have been corrected throughout the
  documentation. (9256)


Deprecations and Removals
-------------------------

- twisted.protocols.basic.LineOnlyReceiver.lineLengthExceeded no longer returns
  twisted.internet.error.ConnectionLost. It instead directly disconnects the
  transport and returns None. (6557)
- twisted.python.win32.getProgramsMenuPath and
  twisted.python.win32.getProgramFilesPath were deprecated in Twisted 15.3.0
  and have now been removed. (9312)
- Python 3.3 is no longer supported. (9352)


Misc
----

- 7033, 8887, 9204, 9289, 9291, 9292, 9293, 9302, 9336, 9355, 9356,
  9364, 9375, 9381, 9382, 9389, 9391, 9393, 9394, 9396


Conch
-----

Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- twisted.plugins.cred_unix now properly converts a username and password from
  bytes to str on Python 3. In addition, passwords which are encrypted with
  SHA512 and SH256 are properly verified. This fixes running a conch server
  with: &quot;twistd -n conch -d /etc/ssh/ --auth=unix&quot;. (9130)
- In twisted.conch.scripts.conch, on Python 3 do not write bytes directly to
  sys.stderr. On Python 3, this fixes remote SSH execution of a command which
  fails. (9344)


Deprecations and Removals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- twisted.conch.ssh.filetransfer.FileTransferClient.wasAFile attribute has been
  removed as it serves no purpose. (9362)
- Removed deprecated support for PyCrypto key objects in conch (9368)


Web
---

Features
~~~~~~~~

- The new twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientAddress returns the IAddress provider
  representing the client&#39;s address. Callers should check the type of the
  returned value before using it. (7707)
- Eliminate use of twisted.python.log in twisted.web modules. (9280)


Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- Scripts ending with .rpy, .epy, and .cgi now execute properly in Twisted Web
  on Python 3. (9271)
- twisted.web.http.Request and twisted.web.server.Request are once again
  hashable on Python 2, fixing a regression introduced in Twisted 17.5.0.
  (9314)


Improved Documentation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- Correct reactor docstrings for twisted.web.client.Agent and
  twisted.web.client._StandardEndpointFactory to communicate interface
  requirements since 17.1. (9274)
- The examples for the &quot;Twisted Web in 60 Seconds&quot; tutorial have been fixed to
  work on Python 3. (9285)


Deprecations and Removals
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

- twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientIP is deprecated. Use
  twisted.iweb.IRequest.getClientAddress instead (see 7707). (7705)
- twisted.web.iweb.IRequest.getClient and its implementations (deprecated in
  2552) have been removed. (9395)


Mail
----

Bugfixes
~~~~~~~~

- twistd.mail.scripts.mailmail has been ported to Python 3. (8487)
- twisted.mail.bounce now works on Python 3. (9260)
- twisted.mail.pop3 and twisted.mail.pop3client now work on Python 3. (9269)
- SMTP authentication in twisted.mail.smtp now works better on Python 3, due to
  improved improved bytes vs unicode handling. (9299)


Misc
~~~~

- 9310


Words
-----

No significant changes.


Names
-----

No significant changes.
   ```
   
  
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<details>
  <summary>Links</summary>
  
  - PyPI: https://pypi.org/project/twisted
  - Changelog: https://pyup.io/changelogs/twisted/
  - Homepage: http://twistedmatrix.com/
  - Bugtracker: https://twistedmatrix.com/trac/
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### Update [zope.interface](https://pypi.org/project/zope.interface) from **4.4.3** to **4.5.0**.


<details>
  <summary>Changelog</summary>
  
  
   ### 4.5.0
   ```
   ------------------

- Drop support for 3.3, avoid accidental dependence breakage via setup.py.
  See `PR 110 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/pull/110&gt;`_.
- Allow registering and unregistering instance methods as listeners.
  See `issue 12 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/issues/12&gt;`_
  and `PR 102 &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/pull/102&gt;`_.
- Synchronize and simplify zope/__init__.py. See `issue 114
  &lt;https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface/issues/114&gt;`_
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  - Changelog: https://pyup.io/changelogs/zope.interface/
  - Repo: https://github.com/zopefoundation/zope.interface
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