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Name: python2-pexpect Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 4.8.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.2.3.1 Build date: Wed Jul 22 18:52:59 2020
Group: Development/Libraries/Python Build host: obs-arm-9
Size: 565236 Source RPM: python-pexpect-4.8.0-lp152.2.3.1.src.rpm
Summary: Pure Python Expect-like module
Pexpect is a pure Python module for spawning child applications;
controlling them; and responding to expected patterns in their output.






* Fri Feb 14 2020 Ondřej Súkup <>
  - update to 4.8.0
    * Returned behavior of searchwindowsize to that in 4.3 and earlier
    * Fixed a bug truncating before attribute after a timeout
    * Fixed a bug where a search could be less than searchwindowsize
      if it was increased between calls
    * Minor test cleanups to improve portability
    * Disable chaining of timeout and EOF exceptions
    * Several doc updates.
* Thu Feb 06 2020 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Disable test test_pager_as_cat as it pulls additional deps
* Wed Sep 11 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Disable test_large_stdout_stream as it randomly fails
* Fri Jul 19 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Add missing builddep on setuptools
* Sat May 25 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Update to 4.7.0:
    * The :meth:`.pxssh.login` method now no longer requires a username if an ssh config is provided and will raise an error if neither are provided. (:ghpull:`562`).
    * The :meth:`.pxssh.login` method now supports providing your own ssh command via the cmd parameter. (:ghpull:`528`) (:ghpull:`563`).
    * :class:`.pxssh` now supports the use_poll parameter which is passed into :meth:`.pexpect.spawn` (:ghpull:`542`).
    * Minor bug fix with ssh_config. (:ghpull:`498`).
    * :meth:`.replwrap.run_command` now has async support via an async_ parameter. (:ghpull:`501`).
    * :meth:`.pexpect.spawn` will now read additional bytes if able up to a buffer limit. (:ghpull:`304`).
  - Drop merged patch fix-test.patch
* Tue Dec 04 2018 Matej Cepl <>
  - Remove superfluous devel dependency for noarch package
* Tue Sep 04 2018
  - Add fix-test.patch to make tests pass with SLE-12-SP4's openssl (bsc#1107105)
* Sun Jun 24 2018
  - update to version 4.6.0:
    * The pxssh.login() method now supports an ssh_config parameter,
      which can be used to specify a file path to an SSH config file (PR
    * Improved compatability for the crlf parameter of PopenSpawn (PR
    * Fixed an issue in read timeout handling when using spawn and
      fdspawn with the use_poll parameter (PR #492).
* Thu Apr 19 2018
  - Fix typo and make sure the tests will pass
* Sat Apr 14 2018
  - specfile:
    * enable tests
  - update to version 4.5.0:
    * spawn and fdspawn now have a use_poll parameter. If this is True,
      they will use select.poll() instead of poll()
      allows file descriptors above 1024, but it must be explicitly
      enabled due to compatibility concerns (PR #474).
    * The pxssh.login() method has several new and changed options:
      + The option password_regex allows changing the password prompt
      regex, for servers that include password: in a banner before
      reaching a prompt (PR #468).
      + login() now allows for setting up SSH tunnels to be requested
      once logged in to the remote server. This option is ssh_tunnels
      (PR #473). The structure should be like this:
      'local': ['2424:localhost:22'],   # Local SSH tunnels
      'remote': ['2525:localhost:22'],  # Remote SSH tunnels
      'dynamic': [8888],                # Dynamic/SOCKS tunnels
      + The option spawn_local_ssh=False allows subsequent logins from
      the remote session and treats the session as if it was local (PR
      + Setting sync_original_prompt=False will prevent changing the
      prompt to something unique, in case the remote server is
      sensitive to new lines at login (PR #468).
      + If ssh_key=True is passed, the SSH client forces forwarding the
      authentication agent to the remote server instead of providing a
      key (PR #473).
* Sat Feb 10 2018
  - specfile:
    * update copyright year
  - update to version 4.4.0:
    * PopenSpawn now has a preexec_fn parameter, like spawn and
      subprocess.Popen, for a function to be called in the child process
      before executing the new command. Like in Popen, this works only
      in POSIX, and can cause issues if your application also uses
      threads (PR #460).
    * Significant performance improvements when processing large amounts
      of data (PR #464).
    * Ensure that spawn.closed gets set by close(), and improve an
      example for passing SIGWINCH through to a child process (PR #466).
* Sat Dec 16 2017
  - update to version 4.3.1:
    * When launching bash for pexpect.replwrap, load the system bashrc
      from a couple of different common locations (PR #457), and then
      unset the PROMPT_COMMAND environment variable, which can interfere
      with the prompt we’re expecting (PR #459).
* Fri Nov 10 2017
  - update to version 4.3.0:
    * The async= parameter to integrate with asyncio has become async_=
      (PR #431), as async is becoming a Python keyword from Python
      3.6. Pexpect will still recognise async as an alternative
    * Similarly, the module pexpect.async became pexpect._async (PR
      [#450]). This module is not part of the public API.
    * Fix problems with asyncio objects closing file descriptors during
      garbage collection (#347, PR #376).
    * Set the .pid attribute of a PopenSpawn object (PR #417).
    * Fix passing Windows paths to PopenSpawn (PR #446).
    * PopenSpawn on Windows can pass string commands through to Popen
      without splitting them into a list (PR #447).
    * Stop shlex trying to read from stdin when PopenSpawn is passed
      cmd=None (#433, PR #434).
    * Ensure that an error closing a Pexpect spawn object raises a
      Pexpect error, rather than a Ptyprocess error (#383, PR #386).
    * Cleaned up invalid backslash escape sequences in strings (PR #430,
      PR #445).
    * The pattern for a password prompt in pexpect.pxssh changed from
      password to password: (PR #452).
    * Correct docstring for using unicode with spawn (PR #395).
    * Various other improvements to documentation.
* Mon Jul 10 2017
  - Fix wrong-script-interpreter rpmlint error.
* Wed Apr 19 2017
  - Implement single-spec version.
* Thu Sep 15 2016
  - update to version 4.2.1:
    * Fix to allow running ``env`` in replwrap-ed bash.
    * Raise more informative exception from pxssh if it fails to connect.
    * Change ``passmass`` example to not log passwords entered.
  - update to version 4.2.0:
    * Change: When an "env" parameter is specified to the
      :class:`~.spawn` or :class:`` family of calls containing a
      value for "PATH", its value is used to discover the target
      executable from a relative path, rather than the current process's
      environment "PATH".  This mirrors the behavior of
      :func:`subprocess.Popen` in the standard library (:ghissue:`348`).
    * Regression: Re-introduce capability for :meth:`read_nonblocking`
      in class :class:`fdspawn` as previously supported in version 3.3
  - update to version 4.1.0:
    * No upstream changelog
  - update to version 4.0.1:
    * Integration with :mod:`asyncio`: passing "async=True" to :meth:`~.spawn.expect`,
      :meth:`~.spawn.expect_exact` or :meth:`~.spawn.expect_list` will make them return a
      coroutine. You can get the result using "yield from", or wrap it in an
      :class:`asyncio.Task`. This allows the event loop to do other things while
      waiting for output that matches a pattern.
    * Experimental support for Windows (with some caveats)—see :ref:`windows`.
    * Enhancement: allow method as callbacks of argument "events" for
      :func:`` (:ghissue:`176`).
    * It is now possible to call :meth:`~.spawn.wait` multiple times, or after a process
      is already determined to be terminated without raising an exception
    * New :class:`pexpect.spawn` keyword argument, "dimensions=(rows, columns)"
      allows setting terminal screen dimensions before launching a program
    * Fix regression that prevented executable, but unreadable files from
      being found when not specified by absolute path -- such as
      /usr/bin/sudo (:ghissue:`104`).
    * Fixed regression when executing pexpect with some prior releases of
      the multiprocessing module where stdin has been closed (:ghissue:`86`).
    * Deprecated "pexpect.screen" and "pexpect.ANSI". Please use other packages
      such as `pyte <>`__ to emulate a terminal.
    * Removed the independent top-level modules ("pxssh fdpexpect FSM screen ANSI")
      which were installed alongside Pexpect. These were moved into the Pexpect
      package in 3.0, but the old names were left as aliases.
    * Child processes created by Pexpect no longer ignore SIGHUP by default: the
      "ignore_sighup" parameter of :class:`pexpect.spawn` defaults to False. To
      get the old behaviour, pass "ignore_sighup=True".
* Mon Apr 27 2015
  - update to 3.3:
    * Added a mechanism to wrap REPLs, or shells, in an object which can
      conveniently be used to send commands and wait for the output
    * Fixed issue where pexpect would attempt to execute a directory because
      it has the 'execute' bit set (:ghissue:`37`).
    * Removed the ``pexpect.psh`` module. This was never documented, and we found
      no evidence that people use it. The new :mod:`pexpect.replwrap` module
      provides a more flexible alternative.
    * Fixed ``TypeError: got <type 'str'> ('\r\n') as pattern`` in
      method (:ghissue:`67`).
    * Fixed issue where EOF was not correctly detected in :meth:`~.interact`,
      causing a repeating loop of output on Linux, and blocking before EOF
      on BSD and Solaris (:ghissue:`49`).
    * Several Solaris (SmartOS) bugfixes, preventing :exc:`IOError` exceptions,
      especially when used with cron(1) (:ghissue:`44`).
    * Added new keyword argument ``echo=True`` for :class:`spawn`.  On SVR4-like
      systems, the method :meth:`~.isatty` will always return *False*: the child
      pty does not appear as a terminal.  Therefore, :meth:`~.setecho`,
    * Fix exception handling from :func:`` on Python 2 (:ghpull:`38`)
      This was accidentally broken in the previous release when it was fixed for
      Python 3.
    * Removed a workaround for ``TIOCSWINSZ`` on very old systems, which was
      causing issues on some BSD systems (:ghpull:`40`).
    * Fixed an issue with exception handling in :mod:`~pexpect.pxssh`



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