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Name: python38-importlib-metadata Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 4.8.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Sun Sep 26 21:55:37 2021
Group: Unspecified Build host: old-cirrus2
Size: 149672 Source RPM: python-importlib-metadata-4.8.1-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Read metadata from Python packages
This package supplies third-party access to the functionality of
importlib.metadata including improvements added to subsequent Python versions.






* Mon Sep 20 2021 Ben Greiner <>
  - Update to v4.8.1
    * #348: Restored support for EntryPoint access by item,
      deprecating support in the process. Users are advised to use
      direct member access instead of item-based access:
    - ep[0] ->
    - ep[1] -> ep.value
    - ep[2] ->
    - ep[:] ->, ep.value,
  - Release v4.8.0
    * #337: Rewrote EntryPoint as a simple class, still immutable
      and still with the attributes, but without any expectation for
      namedtuple functionality such as _asdict.
  - Release v4.7.1
    * #344: Fixed regression in packages_distributions when neither
      top-level.txt nor a files manifest is present.
  - Release v4.7.0
    * #330: In packages_distributions, now infer top-level names
      from .files() when a top-level.txt (Setuptools-specific
      metadata) is not present.
  - Release v4.6.4
    * #334: Correct SimplePath protocol to match pathlib protocol
      for __truediv__.
  - Release v4.6.3
    * Moved workaround for #327 to _compat module.
  - Release v4.6.2
    * bpo-44784: Avoid errors in test suite when DeprecationWarnings
      are treated as errors.
  - Release v4.6.1
    * #327: Deprecation warnings now honor call stack variance on
  - Release v4.6.0
    * #326: Performance tests now rely on pytest-perf. To disable
      these tests, which require network access and a git checkout,
      pass -p no:perf to pytest.
  - Release v4.5.0
    * #319: Remove SelectableGroups deprecation exception for flake8.
  - Release v4.4.0
    * #300: Restore compatibility in the result from Distribution.
      entry_points (EntryPoints) to honor expectations in older
      implementations and issuing deprecation warnings for these
    * EntryPoints objects are once again mutable, allowing for sort
      () and other list-based mutation operations. Avoid deprecation
      warnings by casting to a mutable sequence (e.g. list(dist.
    * EntryPoints results once again allow for access by index. To
      avoid deprecation warnings, cast the result to a Sequence
      first (e.g. tuple(dist.entry_points)[0]).
  - Release v4.3.1
    * #320: Fix issue where normalized name for eggs was incorrectly
      solicited, leading to metadata being unavailable for eggs.
  - Release v4.3.0
    * #317: De-duplication of distributions no longer requires
      loading the full metadata for PathDistribution objects, entry
      point loading performance by ~10x.
  - Release v4.2.0
    * Prefer f-strings to .format calls.
  - Release v4.1.0
    * #312: Add support for metadata 2.2 (Dynamic field).
    * #315: Add SimplePath protocol for interface clarity in
  - Release v4.0.1
    * #306: Clearer guidance about compatibility in readme.
  - Release v4.0.0
    * #304: PackageMetadata as returned by metadata() and
      Distribution.metadata() now provides normalized metadata
      honoring PEP 566:
    * If a long description is provided in the payload of the RFC
      822 value, it can be retrieved as the Description field.
    * Any multi-line values in the metadata will be returned as such.
    * For any multi-line values, line continuation characters are
      removed. This backward-incompatible change means that any
      projects relying on the RFC 822 line continuation characters
      being present must be tolerant to them having been removed.
    * Add a json property that provides the metadata converted to a
      JSON-compatible form per PEP 566.
  - Release v3.10.1
    * Minor tweaks from CPython.
  - Release v3.10.0
    * #295: Internal refactoring to unify section parsing logic.
  - Release v3.9.1
    * #296: Exclude 'prepare' package.
    * #297: Fix ValueError when entry points contains comments.
  - Release v3.9.0
    * Use of Mapping (dict) interfaces on SelectableGroups is now
      flagged as deprecated. Instead, users are advised to use the
      select interface for future compatibility.
    * Suppress the warning with this filter: ignore:SelectableGroups
      dict interface.
    * Or with this invocation in the Python environment: warnings.
      filterwarnings('ignore', 'SelectableGroups dict interface').
    * Preferably, switch to the select interface introduced in
      3.7.0. See the entry points documentation and changelog for
      the 3.6 release below for more detail.
    * For some use-cases, especially those that rely on importlib.
      metadata in Python 3.8 and 3.9 or those relying on older
      importlib_metadata (especially on Python 3.5 and earlier),
      backports.entry_points_selectable was created to ease the
      transition. Please have a look at that project if simply
      relying on importlib_metadata 3.6+ is not straightforward.
      Background in #298.
    * #283: Entry point parsing no longer relies on ConfigParser and
      instead uses a custom, one-pass parser to load the config,
      resulting in a ~20% performance improvement when loading entry
  - Release v3.8.2
    * #293: Re-enabled lazy evaluation of path lookup through a
  - Release v3.8.1
    * #293: Workaround for error in distribution search.
  - Release v3.8.0
    * #290: Add mtime-based caching for FastPath and its lookups,
      dramatically increasing performance for repeated distribution
  - Release v3.7.3
    * Docs enhancements and cleanup following review in GH-24782.
* Fri Mar 12 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 3.7.2:
    * Cleaned up cruft in entry_points docstring.
    * Internal refactoring to facilitate ``entry_points() -> dict``
* Tue Mar 02 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 3.7.0:
    * #131: Added ``packages_distributions`` to conveniently
      resolve a top-level package or module to its distribution(s).
    * #284: Introduces new ``EntryPoints`` object, a tuple of
      ``EntryPoint`` objects but with convenience properties for
      selecting and inspecting the results:
    - ``.select()`` accepts ``group`` or ``name`` keyword
      parameters and returns a new ``EntryPoints`` tuple
      with only those that match the selection.
    - ``.groups`` property presents all of the group names.
    - ``.names`` property presents the names of the entry points.
    - Item access (e.g. ``eps[name]``) retrieves a single
      entry point by name.
      ``entry_points`` now accepts "selection parameters",
      same as ````.
      ``entry_points()`` now provides a future-compatible
      ``SelectableGroups`` object that supplies the above interface
      but remains a dict for compatibility.
      In the future, ``entry_points()`` will return an
      ``EntryPoints`` object, but provide for backward
      compatibility with a deprecated  ``__getitem__``
      accessor by group and a ``get()`` method.
      If passing selection parameters to ``entry_points``, the
      future behavior is invoked and an ``EntryPoints`` is the
      Construction of entry points using
      ``dict([EntryPoint, ...])`` is now deprecated and raises
      an appropriate DeprecationWarning and will be removed in
      a future version.
    * #280: ``entry_points`` now only returns entry points for
      unique distributions (by name).
* Sun Jan 24 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 3.4.0:
    * Project now declares itself as being typed.
    * Additional performance enhancements to distribution
    * For PyPA projects, add test ensuring that
      ``MetadataPathFinder._search_paths`` honors the needed
      interface. Method is still private.
* Sat Dec 19 2020 Benjamin Greiner <>
  - New version requires typing_extensions for Python < 3.8
    (Leap and TW python36 flavor)
* Sat Dec 19 2020 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 3.3.0:
    * * #265: ``EntryPoint`` objects now expose a ``.dist`` object
      referencing the ``Distribution`` when constructed from a
    * The object returned by ``metadata()`` now has a
      formally-defined protocol called ``PackageMetadata``
      with declared support for the ``.get_all()`` method.
      Fixes #126.
  - add typing-extensions dependency for older python versions
* Mon Dec 07 2020 Benjamin Greiner <>
  - Update to 3.1.1
    * no changelog, probably just the merge of 2.1.1
  - Update in v2.1.1
    * #261: Restored compatibility for package discovery for metadata
      without version in the name and for legacy eggs.
  - Update in v3.1.0
    * Merge with 2.1.0.
  - Update in v2.1.0
    * #253: When querying for package metadata, the lookup now honors
      package normalization rules.
  - Update in v3.0.0
    * Require Python 3.6 or later.
  - Upstream switched to pytest, so do we
  - Revert last change: The condition for **BuildRequires** does not
    make any sense, as that would also prevent the install of
    python36-importlib_resources into the build environment.
* Wed Dec 02 2020 Matej Cepl <>
  - Make requirement of importlib_resources only for particular
    versions of Python (< 3.9).
* Thu Nov 19 2020 Benjamin Greiner <>
  - Reintroduce into Tumbleweed for python36 flavor
  - Update to 2.0.0
    * importlib_metadata no longer presents a __version__ attribute.
      Consumers wishing to resolve the version of the package should
      query it directly with
      importlib_metadata.version('importlib-metadata'). Closes #71.
  - v1.7.0
    * PathNotFoundError now has a custom __str__ mentioning “package
      metadata” being missing to help guide users to the cause when
      the package is installed but no metadata is present. Closes
  - v1.6.1
    * Added Distribution._local() as a provisional demonstration of
      how to load metadata for a local package. Implicitly requires
      that pep517 is installed. Ref #42.
    * Ensure inputs to FastPath are Unicode. Closes #121.
    * Tests now rely on importlib.resources.files (and backport)
      instead of the older path function.
    * Support any iterable from find_distributions. Closes #122.
  - v1.6.0
    * Added module and attr attributes to EntryPoint
  - v1.5.2
    * Fix redundant entries from FastPath.zip_children. Closes #117.
  - v1.5.1
    * Improve reliability and consistency of compatibility imports
      for contextlib and pathlib when running tests. Closes #116.
* Sun Mar 08 2020 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Switch to multibuild in order to avoid buildcycles
* Fri Feb 28 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - update to 1.5.0:
    * Additional performance optimizations in FastPath now
      saves an additional 20% on a typical call.
    * Correct for issue where PyOxidizer finder has no
      ``__module__`` attribute. Closes #110.
* Fri Jan 17 2020 Marketa Calabkova <>
  - update to 1.4.0
    * Renamed package parameter to distribution_name.
    * For better compatibility with the stdlib implementation and to
      avoid the same distributions being discovered by the stdlib
      and backport implementations, the backport now disables the
      stdlib DistributionFinder during initialization (import time).
    * Project adopts semver for versioning.
    * EntryPoints are now pickleable.
    * Dropped support for Python 3.4.
    * Fixed repr(EntryPoint) on PyPy.
    * Repaired project metadata to correctly declare the python_requires directive.
    * Through careful optimization, distribution() is 3-4x faster.
    * When searching through sys.path, if any error occurs attempting
      to list a path entry, that entry is skipped, making the system
      much more lenient to errors.
* Wed Sep 11 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Update to 0.21:
    * various minor fixes
* Wed Aug 07 2019 Ondřej Súkup <>
  - update to 0.19
    * restrain over-eager egg metadata resolution.
    * Add support for entry points with colons in the name.
    * Parse entry points case sensitively.
    * Add a version constraint on the backport configparser package
* Wed Jul 31 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - This package is part of python 3.8 and we don't need to build
    it there
  - Do not require importlib_resources on python3.7 where it is
    part of core python
* Tue Jul 09 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Fixup the requires for the SLE-12 build
* Tue Jul 09 2019 John Paul Adrian Glaubitz <>
  - Enable python-pathlib2 build dependency for suse_version < 1500 to fix SLE-12 build
* Mon Jun 03 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Remove do-not-test-pip.patch as it seems no longer needed
* Mon Jun 03 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Update to 0.17:
    * Don't crash if there exists an EGG-INFO directory on sys.path.
    * Update docstrings to match PEP 8. Closes #63.
    * Merged modules into one module. Closes #62.
    * Add support for eggs.  !65; Closes #19.
    * Support generic zip files (not just wheels).  Closes #59
    * Support zip files with multiple distributions in them.  Closes #60
    * Fully expose the public API in importlib_metadata.__all__.
    * The Distribution ABC is now officially part of the public API.
    * Fixed support for older single file egg-info formats.  Closes #43.
    * Fixed a testing bug when $CWD has spaces in the path.  Closes #50.
    * Fixed issue where entry points without an attribute would raise an Exception.
    * Removed unused name parameter from entry_points(). Closes #44.
    * DistributionFinder classes must now be instantiated before being placed on sys.meta_path.
* Tue Feb 26 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Add missing setuptools_scm dependency to fix generated
* Tue Feb 26 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Some packages request importlib_metadata to ease living provide
    this symbol too
* Wed Feb 06 2019 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Add do-not-test-pip.patch so tests depending on pip are not used
    (they fail when the tests are run without tox)
* Thu Jan 31 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Initial commit, needed by pygments-pytest



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