April 1, 2009

python-apt 0.7.10 released

I have just uploaded a version of python-apt 0.7.10 to unstable ( my first upload of python-apt, all previous uploads were done by Michael Vogt).

This release is mainly a bugfix release, but also brings new features like apt.package.Version.uri and apt.package.Version.fetch_binary().I also added a Breaks: debdelta (« 0.28~) because debdelta 0.27 is not working anymore since python-apt 0.7.9 and I expect that this problem will be fixed in 0.28, which could then use the new apt.package.Version.uri API to fetch the uris of the packages).

Here is the changelog:

python-apt (0.7.10) unstable; urgency=low

  * Build-Depend on python-debian, use it to get version number from changelog
  * Depend on libjs-jquery, and remove internal copy (Closes: #521532)
  * apt/package.py:

    *  Introduce Version.{uri,uris,fetch_binary()}

  * debian/control:

    * Remove mdz from Uploaders (Closes: #521477), add myself.
    * Update Standards-Version to 3.8.1
    * Use ${binary:Version} instead of ${Source-Version}
    * Fix spelling error: python -> Python

  * debian/copyright: Switch to machine-interpretable copyright
  * Fix documentation building

    * doc/source/conf.py: Only include directories for current python version.
    * debian/control: Build-Depend on python-gtk2, python-vte.
    * setup.py: If pygtk can not be imported, do not build the documentation.

  * Breaks: debdelta (<< 0.28~) to avoid more problems due to the internal API changes from 0.7.9.

– Julian Andres Klode jak@debian.org Wed, 01 Apr 2009 15:24:29 +0200

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