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Name: python2-dbus-python Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 1.2.14 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Tue Jan 21 21:05:36 2020
Group: Development/Libraries/Python Build host: cloud111
Size: 509996 Source RPM: python-dbus-python-1.2.14-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Python bindings for D-Bus
D-Bus python bindings for use with python programs.






* Wed Jan 08 2020 Michael Gorse <>
  - Version update to version 1.2.14:
    * Ensure that the numeric types from dbus.types get the same
      str() under Python 3.8 that they did under previous versions.
    * Disable -Winline.
    * Add Python 3.8 to CI.
    - Changes in version 1.2.12:
    * Don't save and restore the exception indicator when called
      from C code.
    - Changes in version 1.2.10:
    * Rewrite document, based on Wayland's equivalent
    * Add clearer license information using SPDX-License-Identifier.
    * Improve test coverage.
    * Don't set deprecated tp_print to NULL under Python 3.
    * Include inherited methods and properties when documenting
      objects, which regressed when migrating from epydoc to sphinx.
    * Add missing variant_level member to UnixFd type, for parity
      with the other dbus.types types (dbus-python!3.
    - Note that this is a potentially incompatible change: unknown
      keyword arguments were previously ignored (!) and are now an
    * Don't reply to method calls if they have the NO_REPLY_EXPECTED
      flag (fd.o#32529, dbus-python#26.
    * Silence -Wcast-function-type with gcc 8.
    * Fix distcheck with python3.7 by deleting __pycache__ during
    * Consistently save and restore the exception indicator when
      called from C code.
    * Avoid a long-standing race condition in the automated tests.
    * Fix Qt website URL.
  - Up dbus dependency; 1.8 is now required.
* Mon Oct 01 2018 Nicolas Bock <>
  - Add missing dependency for pkg-config files
* Wed Jul 04 2018
  - Version update to version 1.2.8:
    * Python 2.7 required or 3.4 respectively
    * Tests use functionality
    * Upstream dropped epydoc completely
    * See NEWS for more
* Wed Jul 04 2018
  - Use requires_ge instead of the rpm calls
* Mon Dec 18 2017
  - drop unneeded epydoc requirement properly
* Thu Dec 07 2017
  - Escape the usage of %{VERSION} when calling out to rpm.
    RPM 4.14 has %{VERSION} defined as 'the main packages version'.
* Tue Nov 14 2017
  - drop unneeded epydoc requirement (API docs were not built anyway)
* Wed Mar 08 2017
  - Rename package from dbus-1-python to python-dbus-python to
    conform to openSUSE package naming guidelines.
  - Switch to single-spec version
  - Update to version 1.2.4
    + Enhancements:
    * Continous integration metadata for is now available.
      Similar to dbus, this is split into .travis.yml (Travis-specifics)
      and tools/ (intended to be useful for any CI framework,
      although it does include various workarounds for travis-ci oddities).
      (Simon McVittie)
    + Fixes:
    * Make dbus.version a tuple again, not a list, for consistent sorting.
      This was a regression in 1.2.2. (Debian #816729, Simon McVittie)
    * Use inspect.signature() instead of inspect.getargspec() on Python
      versions that have it. inspect.getargspec() is deprecated in recent
      Python 3 and seems to have disappeared from 3.6 nightly builds.
      (Simon McVittie)
    * Make the tests pass in "narrow" Python builds where unicode objects
      are UTF-16, rather than the UCS-4 used in Linux distributions.
      (fd.o #57140, Simon McVittie)
    * Always include headers in a consistent order (Debian #749133, Simon McVittie)
    * Include config.h in all C code that we compile. This is necessary
      on platforms where it might contain something like "#define _GNU_SOURCE"
      or "#define inline __inline".
      (Simon McVittie)
  - Update to version 1.2.2
    + Versioning changes:
    * dbus-python releases now have an even micro version (1.2.0, 1.2.2),
      and snapshots from git have an odd micro version (1.2.1).
    + Dependencies:
    * Building from git (but not from tarballs) now requires
      macros from the GNU Autoconf Archive, for example the autoconf-archive
      package in Debian or Fedora derivatives.
    * Building from git (but not from tarballs) now requires Automake 1.13
      or later.
    * The automated tests and some examples now require PyGI (the gi module),
      not PyGObject 2 (the deprecated glib and gobject modules).
    + Enhancements:
    * There is now a setuptools, allowing dbus-python to be installed
      into a virtualenv using pip from a standard Automake source release. This
      requires pre-existing system-wide installations of the normal build
      dependencies (pkg-config, libdbus, dbus-glib, a C compiler) and has
      some limitations. For system-wide installations and development,
      please use the Autoconf/Automake build system directly.
      (fd.o #55439; Simon McVittie)
    * dbus-python now uses the common compiler warnings from AX_COMPILER_FLAGS
      (Simon McVittie)
    * The automated tests can now be installed as GNOME-style "installed tests",
      and should be somewhat more reliable (Simon McVittie)
    + Fixes:
    * ``from dbus.service import *`` now imports FallbackObject
      (fd.o #85720; Ben Longbons)
    * The GConf-related examples work again (fd.o #85720; Ben Longbons)
    * Consistently make examples executable, and install them all
      (fd.o #85720; Ben Longbons)
    * Search PATH for an appropriately-versioned pythonX.Y-config, or as a last
      resort python-config, if there isn't a ${PYTHON}-config in the
      same directory as ${PYTHON} (fd.o #92085; Yamashita, Yuu)
    * Add support for the Automake 1.13 parallel test driver (Simon McVittie)
    * Skip building API documentation if "import epydoc" fails (Simon McVittie)
  - Add python version-dependent and python version-indepent devel
* Sat Nov 16 2013
  - Add missing dependency on python-gobject (bnc#850792)
* Mon Jun 03 2013
  - Removed the %{RELEASE} from the dbus-1 Requires: entries (fixes also Factory
    auto check).
* Sun Jun 02 2013
  - Update to version 1.2.0:
    - libdbus 1.6 or later is now required.
    - Unicode Corrigendum 9: when used with a suitable version of libdbus
      (1.6.10 or later, or 1.7.2 or later), noncharacters in strings are
      now accepted
    - Support DBusException('something with non—ASCII') under Python 2
      (Michael Vogt, smcv; fd.o #55899)
    - Correct some misleading wording in COPYING which was written under the
      assumption that libdbus could actually be relicensed to MIT/X11
      (Thiago Macieira)
    - Avoid variable-length arrays, because MSVC++ is still stuck in 1998
      (based on patches from Christoph Höger, fd.o #51725)
    - Remove unnecessary uses of stdint.h (fd.o #51725)
    - Add support for Unix compilers not supporting 'inline', for completeness
    - Use GObject.__class__ instead of GObjectMeta, which can no longer be
      imported from gi.repository.GObject in pygobject 3.8
    - Fix autoreconfiscation on Automake 1.13 (Marko Lindqvist, fd.o #59006)
  - Removed libxml2-python runtime requirement (not needed).
* Mon Nov 19 2012
  - Update to version 1.1.1:
    - libdbus 1.6 or later is now recommended. It is not strictly required yet.
    - Validate UTF-8 according to the rules libdbus uses, falling back to our
      own (inefficient) implementation if not compiled against dbus >= 1.6
    - Under Python 3, in the absence of introspection or signature='...',
      pass dbus.ObjectPath or dbus.Signature arguments with the obvious
      signature 'o' or 'g', not 's'. This previously only worked in Python 2.
    From version 1.1.0:
    - dbus.gobject_service is deprecated. Use dbus.gi_service and PyGI in new
    API changes:
    - dbus.gobject_service works in legacy PyGObject 2 applications again,
      like it did before 1.0. The down side is that it doesn't work in all PyGI
      applications any more, unlike 1.0. In PyGI applications, depend on
      dbus-python >= 1.1 and use dbus.gi_service instead - its API is the same.
      (fdo#48904, deb#670516)
    - dbus.gobject_service has been removed from Python 3 builds altogether.
    - Use DBusBasicValue from libdbus 1.5, if available, rather than reinventing
    - Put sockets for the regression tests in /tmp, not the builddir, fixing
      test failures in a really long builddir (fdo#46747)
    - Fix a reference leak in dbus_py_variant_level_set (fdo#47108)
    - Modify AM_CHECK_PYTHON_HEADERS so the "another way" works with Python 3
* Sun May 27 2012
  - dbus-1-python3 package added
* Thu Mar 08 2012
  - New upstream version 1.0.0:
    - libdbus 1.4 or later is now required.
    - Python 2.6 or later is now required. If Python 3 is used, it must be
      version 3.2 or later.
    - GNU make (or, at your own risk, another make with the GNU $(patsubst)
      extension) is now required.
    API changes:
    - dbus_bindings, which was never meant to be public API and has been
      deprecated for nearly 5 years, has finally been removed.
    - The repr() of every dbus-python object is now unicode.
    - The Python 3 API is not the same as the Python 2 API; see PY3PORT.rst for
    - Python 3 compatibility (fd.o #26420)
    - MethodCallMessage and SignalMessage now have a more useful repr()
    - OOM while appending a unicode object to a message no longer leaks a string
    - If libdbus somehow gives us invalid UTF-8, don't crash
    - Fix rst2html failure in non-UTF-8 locales
    From version 0.84.0:
    - fd.o #30812: add the UnixFd type, and support Unix fd passing if compiled
      against a new enough libdbus
    - fd.o #34342: add Connection.set_allow_anonymous(bool)
    - fd.o #21017: add configure arguments PYTHON_INCLUDES and PYTHON_LIBS which
      can be used to override $PYTHON-config
    - fd.o #35626: clear ProxyObject's pending introspection queue after
    - fd.o #22560: remove duplicate code from example-async-client
    - fd.o #36206: allow signature='x' among ProxyObject method arguments
  - Spec file updates:
    - Removed pyrex from BuildRequires: (not needed anymore).
    - Removed "autoreconf -fi" from %build section and also libtool requirement
      (not needed).
    - Added epydoc and python-docutils in BuildRequires: to enable generation of
      HTML docs and API documentation.
* Wed Jan 25 2012
  - license update: MIT
    SPDX format for MIT license
* Fri Sep 30 2011
  - add libtool as buildrequire to make the spec file more reliable
* Sun Sep 18 2011
  - Remove redundant tags/sections from specfile
    (cf. packaging guidelines)
  - Use %_smp_mflags for parallel build
* Tue Jan 04 2011
  - new upstream version 0.83.2 :
    - libdbus 1.2 is still supported, but libdbus >= 1.4 is
    - Make BusConnection.list_activatable_names actually call
    ListActivatableNames, not ListNames
    - Don't override CFLAGS when adding compiler warnings
    - Fix compilation on platforms where Py_ssize_t is larger than
    int, like x86-64
    - fd.o #21831: deserialize empty byte arrays with byte_arrays=True
    as ByteArray(''), not ByteArray('None')
    - fd.o #23278, #25105: fix crashes when trying to append more
    struct entries than the signature allows with libdbus 1.4
    - fd.o #23831: fix crashes when an embedded Python interpreter
    imports dbus, is finalized, is re-initialized, and re-imports
    - fd.o #21172: avoid some deprecation warnings in Python 2.6
    - fd.o #15013: add dbus.lowlevel.MESSAGE_TYPE_SIGNAL etc., for
    those who care about message types at a low level
    - When removing signal matches, clean up internal state, avoiding
    a memory leak in long-lived Python processes that connect to
    signals from arbitrarily many object paths (fd.o #17551)
    - When setting the sender of a message, allow it to be
    org.freedesktop.DBus so you can implement a D-Bus daemon in
    pure Python
* Sun Oct 31 2010
  - Use %_smp_mflags
* Sun Aug 09 2009
  - use new python macros
* Mon Sep 08 2008
  - use py_sitedir macro in filelist
* Tue Jul 29 2008
  - new upstream version 0.83.0
    - Add bindings for DBusServer (thanks to Mathias Hasselmann,
    Huang Peng; fd.o #14322, #15514).
    - Omit the service's traceback from certain D-Bus errors:
    specifically, those that were probably deliberately raised as
    part of an API. Subclasses of DBusException that indicate
    programmer error can turn the traceback back on if it seems
    likely to be useful.
    - Don't emit spurious Error messages if libdbus gives object-path
    handlers a message that isn't a method call (most likely because
    of binding to a locally emitted signal, as in fd.o #14199).
    - Make multiple filters added by Connection.add_message_filter
    work (fd.o #15547, thanks to Huang Peng).
    - Make the API docs build correctly when out-of-tree
    - Require dbus 1.0 so we can get rid of DBUS_API_SUBJECT_TO_CHANGE
* Tue Dec 11 2007
  - supplying reply_handler but not error_handler raises
    MissingReplyHandlerException instead of
    MissingErrorHandlerException, and vice versa (fd.o #12304, patch
    from René Neumann)
  - Using non-recursive make for dbus/ directory should fix builds in
    some environments (fd.o #12741)
  - Everything is now under the same MIT/X11 license used for
    Collabora code in the previous release
  - Added copyright headers to some files that were still missing
* Wed Dec 05 2007
  - new upstream version 0.82.3 (skipped 0.82.1 and 0.82.2)
    - Don't try to distribute COPYING.LGPL-2.1 - no longer exists
    - Fix NEWS indentation
    - Mention relicensing in NEWS
    - Update NEWS, and add regression tests for fd.o #12096 and
    - fd.o #12432: fix documentation for remove_from_connection
    - dbus.exceptions.DBusException: allow setting _dbus_error_name
      in subclasses
    - Don't raise KeyError when closing private dbus.Bus.
      (fd.o #12096)
    - Also deprecate private dbus.Bus in favour of
      dbus.bus.BusConnection - the only things you gain from using
      dbus.Bus are the shared-instance behaviour and some strange
      more-than-one-way-to-do-it APIs.
    - Relicense Collabora code under the MIT/X11 license proposed for
      dbus core, removing all references to the LGPL as a result
    - dbus.service: Don't assume that exceptions passed to
      asynchronous callbacks are the same as the pending exception
      (fd.o #12403,
    -, test/ Use @abs_top_builddir@,
    - This fixes incorrect Python path for docs and tests if doing
      an out-of-tree
    - build using an absolute path for $(srcdir), and is also
      less ugly.
    - Unset dbus_python_released
    - Release 0.82.2
    - Mention in NEWS that API docs are generated by default
    - Reorganise README to reflect that API docs are generated
      by default
    - Mention incompatibility with 0.82.1 more prominently
    - Check for epydoc version >= 3, and default to building API docs
      if available
    - Update NEWS to mention #11623 fix
    - Add rel_path_keyword to @method (fd.o #11623)
    - Avoid deprecated API in cross-test
    - Fix introspection on objects with more than one connection or
      more than one object path (bugs.fd.o #11794)
    - NEWS: mention the solved build problems related to
    - Re-fix checking for Python include paths. Use $PYTHON-config
      like in 0.82.1 if we can, use the hard-coded logic from
      versions prior to 0.82.0 if we can't.
    - Complete the .m4 renaming
    - Move dbus-py-add-rst2htmlflag.m4 to jh-add-cflag.m4 - the
      contents of two of the .m4 files were the opposite of what
      they should be
    - Move jh-add-cflag.m4 to dbuspy-add-rst2htmlflag.m4 - the
      contents of two of the .m4 files were the opposite of what
      they should be
    - Revert "Use python-config to get Python cppflags (patch from
      Ubuntu, fd.o #11282)."
    - Python < 2.5 didn't have python-config (although some
      distributions, e.g. Debian and Ubuntu, shipped it as an
      add-on). Even for 2.5, some distributions install it under
      gratuitously different names (hi, Gentoo). As a result, this
      patch needs replacing with one that doesn't rely on having
    - _dbus_bindings/mainloop.c: Remove Watch and Timeout.
      They were never used, and didn't make a great deal of sense.
      I now believe the right direction for pure-Python mainloop
      support is to define a Pythonic main loop abstraction and
      coerce libdbus to fit into it, rather than pretending the
      objects in libdbus' abstraction are Python objects.
    - NEWS: update with timeout fix
    - Measure async call timeout in seconds as intended, not in
      ms (blocking calls already used seconds). Add regression tests
    - test-client: Avoid deprecated usage - explicitly pass
      SessionBus() to BusName ctor
    - Try to avoid importing things from _dbus_bindings when they
      could be imported from public API
    - Bump version to 0.82.1.YYYYMMDD
    - Avoid cpp directives inside macro calls, to be nice to old
      gcc versions
    - NEWS, 0.82.1, the "double precision" release
    - Use PyArg_ParseTuple correctly, fixing the timeout in
      send_message_with_reply and send_message_with_reply_and_block.
      (bugs.fd.o #11489; thanks to Marco Pesenti Gritti for report
      and initial patch)
    - Unset dbus_python_released
    - .gitignore: ignore patch(1) cruft, and detached signatures
      for the release tarballs
    - dbus.proxies: If making a call with ignore_reply=True, don't
      block for introspection
    - dbus.service: use DBUS_INTROSPECT_1_0_XML_DOCTYPE_DECL_NODE
      as public API in dbus.lowlevel
    - Get stacklevel right on deprecation of not specifying bus in
    - _dbus_bindings: add DBUS_INTROSPECT_1_0_XML_DOCTYPE_DECL_NODE
    - Avoid using deprecated dbus_watch_get_fd()
    - dbus.service: Deprecate the omission of the `bus` argument in
      the BusName constructor.
    - Explicit is better than implicit.
    - Stop using interactive-Python syntax in tutorial to reduce
      user confusion. Closes bugs.fd.o #11209.
* Tue Jun 19 2007
  - new upstream version 0.82.0 (skipped 0.80.2 and 0.81.0)
    - dbus.service.Object can start off with no Connection or object path, and
      become exported later. If suitable class attributes are set, objects can
      even be exported on multiple connections, or with multiple object-paths,
      or both.
    - dbus.service.FallbackObject implements a whole subtree of object-path space
      (fd.o #9295).
    - ``@method`` accepts a parameter ``connection_keyword`` so methods can find
      out which connection to use for any follow-up actions.
    - ``@signal`` has a new parameter ``rel_path_keyword`` which gets the path at
      which to emit the signal, relative to the path of the FallbackObject.
      ``path_keyword`` is now deprecated, and will raise an exception if used
      on an object with ``SUPPORTS_MULTIPLE_OBJECT_PATHS``, including any
  - update to 0.81.0
    - When an Error message on the bus is represented as a DBusException, the
      error name is copied into the exception and can be retrieved by
      get_dbus_name(). Exception handlers should use this instead of looking at
      the stringified form of the exception, unless backwards compatibility
      is needed.
    - DBusException objects now get all arguments from the Error message, not
      just the first (although there will usually only be one). Use the 'args'
      attribute if you need to retrieve them.
    - The Connection, BusConnection and Bus classes have a method
      list_exported_child_objects(path: str) -> list of str, which wraps
    - You can remove objects from D-Bus before they become unreferenced, by
      using dbus.service.Object.remove_from_connection()
  - update to 0.80.2
    - Fix numerous memory and reference leaks
    - Only use -Werror if the user specifically asks for it
    - Audit tp_dealloc callbacks to make sure they correctly preserve the
      exception state
    - Relicense files solely owned by Collabora Ltd. more permissively (LGPL/AFL
      rather than GPL/AFL) - this includes the tutorial and all the C code
* Fri Mar 09 2007
  - add python-xml to 'Requires'
* Sun Mar 04 2007
  - fix completely broken build
  - new package: dbus-1-python-devel
* Thu Mar 01 2007
  - new upstream version 0.80.1
  - drop patch dbus-python_bindings_fix.diff
* Mon Nov 06 2006
  - loosen dependency to D-Bus
* Mon Sep 25 2006
  - add %{py_requires} (b.n.c #207919)
* Tue Aug 01 2006
  - new upstream version 0.71
* Tue Aug 01 2006
  - split out binings to sparate spec files



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