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Name: python3-setuptools Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.1
Version: 40.5.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp151.2.3.1 Build date: Mon Nov 30 18:35:42 2020
Group: Development/Languages/Python Build host: armbuild21
Size: 3493396 Source RPM: python-setuptools-40.5.0-lp151.2.3.1.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://github.com/pypa/setuptools
Summary: Enhancements to distutils for building and distributing Python packages
setuptools is a collection of enhancements to the Python distutils that
allow you to build and distribute Python packages,
especially ones that have dependencies on other packages.

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Python-2.0 OR ZPL-2.0

Changelog

* Sat Nov 14 2020 Matej Cepl <mcepl@suse.com>
  - Add wheel subpackage with the generated wheel for this package
    (bsc#1176262, CVE-2019-20916).
* Tue Oct 30 2018 Arun Persaud <arun@gmx.de>
  - update to version 40.5.0:
    * #1335: In pkg_resources.normalize_path, fix issue on Cygwin when
      cwd contains symlinks.
    * #1502: Deprecated support for downloads from Subversion in
      package_index/easy_install.
    * #1517: Dropped use of six.u in favor of u"" literals.
    * #1520: Added support for data_files in setup.cfg.
    * #1525: Fixed rendering of the deprecation warning in easy_install
      doc.
* Sun Sep 30 2018 Arun Persaud <arun@gmx.de>
  - update to version 40.4.3:
    * #1480: Bump vendored pyparsing in pkg_resources to 2.2.1.
  - changes from version 40.4.2:
    * #1497: Updated gitignore in repo.
  - changes from version 40.4.1:
    * #1480: Bump vendored pyparsing to 2.2.1.
  - changes from version 40.4.0:
    * #1481: Join the sdist --dist-dir and the build_meta sdist
      directory argument to point to the same target (meaning the build
      frontend no longer needs to clean manually the dist dir to avoid
      multiple sdist presence, and setuptools no longer needs to handle
      conflicts between the two).
  - changes from version 40.3.0:
    * #1402: Fixed a bug with namespace packages under Python 3.6 when
      one package in current directory hides another which is
      installed.
    * #1427: Set timestamp of .egg-info directory whenever egg_info
      command is run.
    * #1474: build_meta.get_requires_for_build_sdist now does not
      include the wheel package anymore.
    * #1486: Suppress warnings in pkg_resources.handle_ns.
    * #1479: Remove internal use of six.binary_type.
* Sat Sep 01 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 40.2.0:
    * #1466: Fix handling of Unicode arguments in PEP 517 backend
  - changes from version 40.1.1:
    * #1465: Fix regression with egg_info command when tagging is used.
* Sat Aug 25 2018 jengelh@inai.de
  - Use noun phrase in summary.
* Sat Aug 18 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - specfile:
    * removed devel for noarch package
  - update to version 40.1.0:
    * #1410: Deprecated upload and register commands.
    * #1312: Introduced find_namespace_packages() to find PEP 420
      namespace packages.
    * #1420: Added find_namespace: directive to config parser.
    * #1418: Solved race in when creating egg cache directories.
    * #1450: Upgraded vendored PyParsing from 2.1.10 to 2.2.0.
    * #1451: Upgraded vendored appdirs from 1.4.0 to 1.4.3.
    * #1388: Fixed "Microsoft Visual C++ Build Tools" link in exception
      when Visual C++ not found.
    * #1389: Added support for scripts which have unicode content.
    * #1416: Moved several Python version checks over to using six.PY2
      and six.PY3.
    * #1441: Removed spurious executable permissions from files that
      don't need them.
* Thu Jul 12 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 40.0.0:
    * #1342: Drop support for Python 3.3.
    * #1366: In package_index, fixed handling of encoded entities in
      URLs.
    * #1383: In pkg_resources VendorImporter, avoid removing packages
      imported from the root.
    * #1379: Minor doc fixes after actually using the new release
      process.
    * #1385: Removed section on non-package data files.
    * #1403: Fix developer's guide.
    * #1404: Fix PEP 518 configuration: set build requirements in
      pyproject.toml to ["wheel"].
* Mon May 21 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 39.2.0:
    * #1359: Support using "file:" to load a PEP 440-compliant package
      version from a text file.
    * #1360: Fixed issue with a mismatch between the name of the package
      and the name of the .dist-info file in wheel files
    * #1364: Add __dir__() implementation to
      pkg_resources.Distribution() that includes the attributes in the
      _provider instance variable.
    * #1365: Take the package_dir option into account when loading the
      version from a module attribute.
    * #1353: Added coverage badge to README.
    * #1356: Made small fixes to the developer guide documentation.
    * #1357: Fixed warnings in documentation builds and started
      enforcing that the docs build without warnings in tox.
    * #1376: Updated release process docs.
    * #1343: The setuptools specific long_description_content_type,
      project_urls and provides_extras fields are now set consistently
      after any distutils setup_keywords calls, allowing them to
      override values.
    * #1352: Added tox environment for documentation builds.
    * #1354: Added towncrier for changelog managment.
    * #1355: Add PR template.
    * #1368: Fixed tests which failed without network connectivity.
    * #1369: Added unit tests for PEP 425 compatibility tags support.
    * #1372: Stop testing Python 3.3 in Travis CI, now that the latest
      version of wheel no longer installs on it.
* Sun May 06 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 39.1.0:
    * #1340: Update all PyPI URLs to reflect the switch to the new
      Warehouse codebase.
    * #1337: In pkg_resources, now support loading resources for modules
      loaded by the SourcelessFileLoader.
    * #1332: Silence spurious wheel related warnings on Windows.
* Mon Mar 19 2018 tchvatal@suse.com
  - Version update to 39.0.1:
    * Fix utf parsing with python2
    * Various other fixes
* Sat Mar 17 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 39.0.0:
    * #1296: Setuptools now vendors its own direct dependencies, no
      longer relying on the dependencies as vendored by pkg_resources.
    * #296: Removed long-deprecated support for iteration on Version
      objects as returned by pkg_resources.parse_version. Removed the
      SetuptoolsVersion and SetuptoolsLegacyVersion names as well. They
      should not have been used, but if they were, replace with Version
      and LegacyVersion from packaging.version.
  - changes from version 38.7.0:
    * #1288: Add support for maintainer in PKG-INFO.
  - changes from version 38.6.1:
    * #1292: Avoid generating Provides-Extra in metadata when no extra
      is present (but environment markers are).
* Sat Mar 17 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.6.0:
    * #1286: Add support for Metadata 2.1 (PEP 566).
* Thu Mar 08 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.5.2:
    * #1285: Fixed RuntimeError in pkg_resources.parse_requirements on
      Python 3.7 (stemming from PEP 479).
* Wed Mar 07 2018 aplanas@suse.com
  - Allows Recommends and Suggest in Fedora
* Tue Feb 27 2018 aplanas@suse.com
  - Recommends only for SUSE
* Tue Feb 06 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.5.1:
    * #1271: Revert to Cython legacy build_ext behavior for
      compatibility.
  - changes from version 38.5.0:
    * #1229: Expand imports in build_ext to refine detection of Cython
      availability.
    * #1270: When Cython is available, build_ext now uses the
      new_build_ext.
* Sun Feb 04 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.4.1:
    * #1257: In bdist_egg.scan_module, fix ValueError on Python 3.7.
* Sat Jan 06 2018 arun@gmx.de
  - specfile:
    * update copyright year
  - update to version 38.4.0:
    * #1231: Removed warning when PYTHONDONTWRITEBYTECODE is enabled.
  - changes from version 38.3.0:
    * #1210: Add support for PEP 345 Project-URL metadata.
    * #1207: Add support for long_description_type to setup.cfg
      declarative config as intended and documented.
* Sun Dec 31 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.2.5:
    * #1232: Fix trailing slash handling in pkg_resources.ZipProvider.
* Wed Dec 06 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.2.4:
    * #1220: Fix data_files handling when installing from wheel.
* Sun Dec 03 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.2.3:
    * fix Travis' Python 3.3 job.
  - changes from version 38.2.2:
    * #1214: fix handling of namespace packages when installing from a
      wheel.
* Mon Nov 27 2017 mimi.vx@gmail.com
  - update to 38.2.1
    * fix encoding handling of metadata when installing from a wheel
* Sun Nov 26 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 38.2.0:
    * #1200: easy_install now support installing from wheels: they will
      be installed as standalone unzipped eggs.
  - changes from version 38.1.0:
    * #1208: Improve error message when failing to locate scripts in
      egg-info metadata.
  - changes from version 38.0.0:
    * #458: In order to support deterministic builds, Setuptools no
      longer allows packages to declare install_requires as unordered
      sequences (sets or dicts).
* Wed Nov 22 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 37.0.0:
    * #878: Drop support for Python 2.6. Python 2.6 users should rely on
      'setuptools < 37dev'.
  - changes from version 36.8.0:
    * #1190: In SSL support for package index operations, use SNI where
      available.
  - changes from version 36.7.3:
    * #1175: Bug fixes to build_meta module.
* Fri Nov 17 2017 jengelh@inai.de
  - Trim bias from description.
* Wed Nov 15 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - specfile:
    * add missing url field
  - update to version 36.7.2:
    * #701: Fixed duplicate test discovery on Python 3.
* Sat Nov 11 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 36.7.1:
    * #1193: Avoid test failures in bdist_egg when
      PYTHONDONTWRITEBYTECODE is set.
  - changes from version 36.7.0:
    * #1054: Support setup_requires in setup.cfg files.
  - changes from version 36.6.1:
    * #1132: Removed redundant and costly serialization/parsing step in
      EntryPoint.__init__.
    * #844: bdist_egg --exclude-source-files now tested and works on
      Python 3.
* Fri Oct 13 2017 arun@gmx.de
  - update to version 36.6.0:
    * #1143: Added setuptools.build_meta module, an implementation of
      PEP-517 for Setuptools-defined packages.
    * #1143: Added dist_info command for producing dist_info metadata.
* Tue Sep 19 2017 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 36.5.0:
    * #170: When working with Mercurial checkouts, use Windows-friendly
      syntax for suppressing output.
    * Inspired by #1134, performed substantial refactoring of
      ``pkg_resources.find_on_path`` to facilitate an optimization
      for paths with many non-version entries.
    * #1075: Add new ``Description-Content-Type`` metadata field. `See here for
      documentation on how to use this field.
      <https://packaging.python.org/specifications/#description-content-type>`_
    * #1068: Sort files and directories when building eggs for
      deterministic order.
    * #196: Remove caching of easy_install command in fetch_build_egg.
      Fixes issue where ``pytest-runner-N.N`` would satisfy the installation
      of ``pytest``.
    * #1129: Fix working set dependencies handling when replacing conflicting
      distributions (e.g. when using ``setup_requires`` with a conflicting
      transitive dependency, fix #1124).
    * #1133: Improved handling of README files extensions and added
      Markdown to the list of searched READMES.
    * #1135: Improve performance of pkg_resources import by not invoking
      ``access`` or ``stat`` and using ``os.listdir`` instead.
    * #1131: Make possible using several files within ``file:`` directive
      in metadata.long_description in ``setup.cfg``.
    * fix #1105: Fix handling of requirements with environment
      markers when declared in ``setup.cfg`` (same treatment as
      for #1081).
    * #462: Don't assume a directory is an egg by the ``.egg``
      extension alone.
    * #1093: Fix test command handler with extras_require.
    * #1112, #1091, #1115: Now using Trusty containers in
      Travis for CI and CD.
    * #1092: ``pkg_resources`` now uses ``inspect.getmro`` to
      resolve classes in method resolution order.
    * #1102: Restore behavior for empty extras.
* Mon Jul 24 2017 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to 36.2.2
    v36.2.2
  -------
    * #1099: Revert commit a3ec721, restoring intended purpose of
    extras as part of a requirement declaration.
    v36.2.1
  -------
    * fix #1086
    * fix #1087
    * support extras specifiers in install_requires requirements
    v36.2.0
  -------
    * #1081: Environment markers indicated in ``install_requires``
    are now processed and treated as nameless ``extras_require``
    with markers, allowing their metadata in requires.txt to be
    correctly generated.
    * #1053: Tagged commits are now released using Travis-CI
    build stages, meaning releases depend on passing tests on
    all supported Python versions (Linux) and not just the latest
    Python version.
    v36.1.1
  -------
    * #1083: Correct ``py31compat.makedirs`` to correctly honor
    ``exist_ok`` parameter.
    * #1083: Also use makedirs compatibility throughout setuptools.
    v36.1.0
  -------
    * #1083: Avoid race condition on directory creation in
    ``pkg_resources.ensure_directory``.
    * Removed deprecation of and restored support for
    ``upload_docs`` command for sites other than PyPI.
    Only warehouse is dropping support, but services like
    `devpi <http://doc.devpi.net/latest/>`_ continue to
    support docs built by setuptools' plugins. See
    `this comment <https://bitbucket.org/hpk42/devpi/issues/388/support-rtd-model-for-building-uploading#comment-34292423>`_
    for more context on the motivation for this change.
* Thu Jun 08 2017 dmueller@suse.com
  - update to 36.0.1
    * #1042: Fix import in py27compat module that still
      referenced six directly, rather than through the externs
      module (vendored packages hook).
    * #980 and others: Once again, Setuptools vendors all
      of its dependencies. It seems to be the case that in
      the Python ecosystem, all build tools must run without
      any dependencies (build, runtime, or otherwise). At
      such a point that a mechanism exists that allows
      build tools to have dependencies, Setuptools will adopt
      it.
    * #1015: Fix test failures on Python 3.7.
    * #1024: Add workaround for Jython #2581 in monkey module.
    * #992: Revert change introduced in v34.4.1, now
      considered invalid.
    * #1016: Revert change introduced in v35.0.0 per #1014,
      referencing #436. The approach had unintended
      consequences, causing sdist installs to be missing
      files.
  - remove fix-sle11-test-failure.patch: this doesn't build for
    SLE11 anymore, so no need to patch it anymore
* Thu Feb 23 2017 jmatejek@suse.com
  - update to 34.2.0
    * dependencies are no longer vendored and setuptools can't bootstrap
      without them
    * drop support for python 2.6 and 3.2
    * declarative config option for setup.cfg
    * nspkg.pth files for development
    * switch to zip format for source dist
    * ensure extras are honored when building the working set
    * add support for reading dist-info metadata
    * support for PEP440 version specifiers
  - added build-time and run-time dependencies to appdirs and packaging,
    ensured these packages build without setuptools
  - drop upstreamed setuptools-certpath.patch
  - drop unneeded setuptools-5.4.1-create-sitedir.patch
  - add fdupes
  - change source file to zip, add unzip dependency
* Thu Feb 16 2017 jmatejek@suse.com
  - update for multipython build
* Mon Dec 12 2016 hpj@urpla.net
  - make sure, that setuptools-certpath.patch is applied
    unconditionally (fixes traceback in setuptools/ssl_support.py)
* Sat Oct 08 2016 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 28.3.0:
    * #809: In ``find_packages()``, restore support for excluding
      a parent package without excluding a child package.
    * #805: Disable ``-nspkg.pth`` behavior on Python 3.3+ where
      PEP-420 functionality is adequate. Fixes pip #1924.
    * #803: Bump certifi to 2016.9.26.
    * #733: Do not search excluded directories for packages.
      This introduced a backwards incompatible change in ``find_packages()``
      so that ``find_packages(exclude=['foo']) == []``, excluding subpackages of ``foo``.
      Previously, ``find_packages(exclude=['foo']) == ['foo.bar']``,
      even though the parent ``foo`` package was excluded.
    * #795: Bump certifi.
    * #719: Suppress decoding errors and instead log a warning
      when metadata cannot be decoded.
    * #790: In MSVC monkeypatching, explicitly patch each
      function by name in the target module instead of inferring
      the module from the function's ``__module__``. Improves
      compatibility with other packages that might have previously
      patched distutils functions (i.e. NumPy).
    * #794: In test command, add installed eggs to PYTHONPATH
      when invoking tests so that subprocesses will also have the
      dependencies available. Fixes `tox 330
      <https://github.com/tox-dev/tox/issues/330>`_.
    * #795: Update vendored pyparsing 2.1.9.
    * #520 and #513: Suppress ValueErrors in fixup_namespace_packages
      when lookup fails.
    * Nicer, more consistent interfaces for msvc monkeypatching.
    * #779 via #781: Fix circular import.
    * #778: Fix MSVC monkeypatching.
    * Introduce the (private) ``monkey`` module to encapsulate
      the distutils monkeypatching behavior.
    * Now use Warehouse by default for
      ``upload``, patching ``distutils.config.PyPIRCCommand`` to
      affect default behavior.
      Any config in .pypirc should be updated to replace
      https://pypi.python.org/pypi/
      with
      https://upload.pypi.org/legacy/
      Similarly, any passwords stored in the keyring should be
      updated to use this new value for "system".
      The ``upload_docs`` command will continue to use the python.org
      site, but the command is now deprecated. Users are urged to use
      Read The Docs instead.
    * #776: Use EXT_SUFFIX for py_limited_api renaming.
    * #774 and #775: Use LegacyVersion from packaging when
      detecting numpy versions.
    * Re-release of 26.1.0 with pytest pinned to allow for automated
      deployment and thus proper packaging environment variables,
      fixing issues with missing executable launchers.
* Wed Aug 31 2016 jmatejek@suse.com
  - fix certificate handling with certifi, add support for SUSE's
    CA bundle (setuptools-certpath.patch, fixes boo#993968)
  - remove shebang lines, strip executable bit from README, to silence
    the easy rpmlint warnings
* Tue Aug 30 2016 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 26.1.1:
    * Re-release of 26.1.0 with pytest pinned to allow for automated
      deployement and thus proper packaging environment variables,
      fixing issues with missing executable launchers.
    * #763: ``pkg_resources.get_default_cache`` now defers to the
      `appdirs project <https://pypi.org/project/appdirs>`_ to
      resolve the cache directory. Adds a vendored dependency on
      appdirs to pkg_resources.
    * #748: By default, sdists are now produced in gzipped tarfile
      format by default on all platforms, adding forward compatibility
      for the same behavior in Python 3.6 (See Python #27819).
    * #459 via #736: On Windows with script launchers,
      sys.argv[0] now reflects
      the name of the entry point, consistent with the behavior in
      distlib and pip wrappers.
    * #752 via #753: When indicating ``py_limited_api`` to Extension,
      it must be passed as a keyword argument.
    * Add Extension(py_limited_api=True). When set to a truthy value,
      that extension gets a filename apropriate for code using Py_LIMITED_API.
      When used correctly this allows a single compiled extension to work on
      all future versions of CPython 3.
      The py_limited_api argument only controls the filename. To be
      compatible with multiple versions of Python 3, the C extension
      will also need to set -DPy_LIMITED_API=... and be modified to use
      only the functions in the limited API.
    * #739 Fix unquoted libpaths by fixing compatibility between
      `numpy.distutils` and `distutils._msvccompiler`
      for numpy < 1.11.2 (Fix issue #728, error also fixed in Numpy).
    * #731: Bump certifi.
    * Style updates. See #740, #741, #743, #744, #742, #747.
    * #735: include license file.
    * #612 via #730: Add a LICENSE file which needs to be provided by the terms of
    the MIT license.
    * #725: revert `library_dir_option` patch (Error is related to
      `numpy.distutils` and make errors on non Numpy users).
    * #720
    * #723: Improve patch for `library_dir_option`.
    * #717
    * #713
    * #707: Fix Python 2 compatibility for MSVC by catching errors properly.
    * #715: Fix unquoted libpaths by patching `library_dir_option`.
    * #714 and #704: Revert fix as it breaks other components
      downstream that can't handle unicode. See #709, #710,
      and #712.
    * #704: Fix errors when installing a zip sdist that contained
      files named with non-ascii characters on Windows would
      crash the install when it attempted to clean up the build.
    * #646: MSVC compatibility - catch errors properly in
      RegistryInfo.lookup.
    * #702: Prevent UnboundLocalError when initial working_set
      is empty.
    * #686: Fix issue in sys.path ordering by pkg_resources when
      rewrite technique is "raw".
    * #699: Fix typo in msvc support.
    * #609: Setuptools will now try to download a distribution from
      the next possible download location if the first download fails.
      This means you can now specify multiple links as ``dependency_links``
      and all links will be tried until a working download link is encountered.
    * #688: Fix AttributeError in setup.py when invoked not from
      the current directory.
    * Cleanup of setup.py script.
    * Fixed documentation builders by allowing setup.py
      to be imported without having bootstrapped the
      metadata.
    * More style cleanup. See #677, #678, #679, #681, #685.
    * #674: Default ``sys.path`` manipulation by easy-install.pth
      is now "raw", meaning that when writing easy-install.pth
      during any install operation, the ``sys.path`` will not be
      rewritten and will no longer give preference to easy_installed
      packages.
      To retain the old behavior when using any easy_install
      operation (including ``setup.py install`` when setuptools is
      present), set the environment variable:
      SETUPTOOLS_SYS_PATH_TECHNIQUE=rewrite
      This project hopes that that few if any environments find it
      necessary to retain the old behavior, and intends to drop
      support for it altogether in a future release. Please report
      any relevant concerns in the ticket for this change.
    * #398: Fix shebang handling on Windows in script
      headers where spaces in ``sys.executable`` would
      produce an improperly-formatted shebang header,
      introduced in 12.0 with the fix for #188.
    * #663, #670: More style updates.
    * #516: Disable ``os.link`` to avoid hard linking
      in ``sdist.make_distribution``, avoiding errors on
      systems that support hard links but not on the
      file system in which the build is occurring.
    * #667: Update Metadata-Version to 1.2 when
      ``python_requires`` is supplied.
    * #631: Add support for ``python_requires`` keyword.
    * More style updates. See #660, #661, #641.
    * #659: ``setup.py`` now will fail fast and with a helpful
      error message when the necessary metadata is missing.
    * More style updates. See #656, #635, #640,
      [#644], #650, #652, and #655.
    * Updated style in much of the codebase to match
      community expectations. See #632, #633, #634,
      [#637], #639, #638, #642, #648.
    * If MSVC++14 is needed ``setuptools.msvc`` now redirect
      user to Visual C++ Build Tools web page.
    * #625 and #626: Fixes on ``setuptools.msvc`` mainly
      for Python 2 and Linux.
    * Pull Request #174: Add more aggressive support for
      standalone Microsoft Visual C++ compilers in
      msvc9compiler patch.
      Particularly : Windows SDK 6.1 and 7.0
      (MSVC++ 9.0), Windows SDK 7.1 (MSVC++ 10.0),
      Visual C++ Build Tools 2015 (MSVC++14)
    * Renamed ``setuptools.msvc9_support`` to
      ``setuptools.msvc``.
    Re-release of v23.2.0, which was missing the intended
    commits.
    * #623: Remove used of deprecated 'U' flag when reading
      manifests.
* Mon Jul 04 2016 dev@stellardeath.org
  - Update fix-sle11-test-failure.patch to new line numbers and
    indentation
* Mon Jul 04 2016 tbechtold@suse.com
  - Use pypi.io for Source url
* Thu Jun 30 2016 tbechtold@suse.com
  -  update to 23.1.0:
    * #619: Deprecated ``tag_svn_revision`` distribution
      option.
    * #611: Removed ARM executables for CLI and GUI script
      launchers on Windows. If this was a feature you cared
      about, please comment in the ticket.
    * #604: Removed docs building support. The project
      now relies on documentation hosted at
      https://setuptools.readthedocs.io/.
    * #604: Restore repository for upload_docs command
      to restore publishing of docs during release.
    * #589: Upload releases to pypi.io using the upload
      hostname and legacy path.
    * #589: Releases are now uploaded to pypi.io (Warehouse)
      even when releases are made on Twine via Travis.
    * #589: Releases are now uploaded to pypi.io (Warehouse).
    * #190: On Python 2, if unicode is passed for packages to
      ``build_py`` command, it will be handled just as with
      text on Python 3.
    * #598: Setuptools now lists itself first in the User-Agent
      for web requests, better following the guidelines in
      `RFC 7231
      <https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7231#section-5.5.3>`_.
    * Minor fixes to changelog and docs.
    * #261: Exclude directories when resolving globs in
      package_data.
    * #539: In the easy_install get_site_dirs, honor all
      paths found in ``site.getsitepackages``.
    * #572: In build_ext, now always import ``_CONFIG_VARS``
      from ``distutils`` rather than from ``sysconfig``
      to allow ``distutils.sysconfig.customize_compiler``
      configure the OS X compiler for ``-dynamiclib``.
    * Removed ez_setup.py from Setuptools sdist. The
      bootstrap script will be maintained in its own
      branch and should be generally be retrieved from
      its canonical location at
      https://bootstrap.pypa.io/ez_setup.py.
    * #553: egg_info section is now generated in a
      deterministic order, matching the order generated
      by earlier versions of Python. Except on Python 2.6,
      order is preserved when existing settings are present.
    * #556: Update to Packaging 16.7, restoring support
      for deprecated ``python_implmentation`` marker.
    * #555: Upload command now prompts for a password
      when uploading to PyPI (or other repository) if no
      password is present in .pypirc or in the keyring.
    * #548: Update certify version to 2016.2.28
    * #545: Safely handle deletion of non-zip eggs in rotate
      command.
    * Issue #544: Fix issue with extra environment marker
      processing in WorkingSet due to refactor in v20.7.0.
    * Issue #543: Re-release so that latest release doesn't
      cause déjà vu with distribute and setuptools 0.7 in
      older environments.
    * Refactored extra enviroment marker processing
      in WorkingSet.
    * Issue #533: Fixed intermittent test failures.
    * Issue #536: In msvc9_support, trap additional exceptions
      that might occur when importing
      ``distutils.msvc9compiler`` in mingw environments.
    * Issue #537: Provide better context when package
      metadata fails to decode in UTF-8.
    * Issue #523: Restored support for environment markers,
      now honoring 'extra' environment markers.
    * Issue #523: Disabled support for environment markers
      introduced in v20.5.
    * Issue #503: Restore support for PEP 345 environment
      markers by updating to Packaging 16.6.
    * New release process that relies on
      `bumpversion <https://github.com/peritus/bumpversion>`_
      and Travis CI for continuous deployment.
    * Project versioning semantics now follow
      `semver <https://semver.org>`_ precisely.
      The 'v' prefix on version numbers now also allows
      version numbers to be referenced in the changelog,
      e.g. https://pythonhosted.org/setuptools/history.html#v20-6-0.
    * BB Pull Request #185, #470: Add support for environment markers
      in requirements in install_requires, setup_requires,
      tests_require as well as adding a test for the existing
      extra_requires machinery.
    * Issue #422: Moved hosting to
      `Github <https://github.com/pypa/setuptools>`_
      from `Bitbucket <https://bitbucket.org/pypa/setuptools>`_.
      Issues have been migrated, though all issues and comments
      are attributed to bb-migration. So if you have a particular
      issue or issues to which you've been subscribed, you will
      want to "watch" the equivalent issue in Github.
      The Bitbucket project will be retained for the indefinite
      future, but Github now hosts the canonical project repository.
    * Issue #519: Remove import hook when reloading the
      ``pkg_resources`` module.
    * BB Pull Request #184: Update documentation in ``pkg_resources``
      around new ``Requirement`` implementation.
    * BB Pull Request #179: ``pkg_resources.Requirement`` objects are
      now a subclass of ``packaging.requirements.Requirement``,
      allowing any environment markers and url (if any) to be
      affiliated with the requirement
    * BB Pull Request #179: Restore use of RequirementParseError
      exception unintentionally dropped in 20.2.
* Wed Mar 09 2016 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 20.2.2:
    * Issue #502: Correct regression in parsing of multiple
      version specifiers separated by commas and spaces.
    * Issue #499: Restore compatiblity for legacy versions
      by bumping to packaging 16.4.
    * Changelog now includes release dates and links to PEPs.
    * Pull Request #173: Replace dual PEP 345 _markerlib implementation
      and PEP 426 implementation of environment marker support from
      packaging 16.1 and PEP 508. Fixes Issue #122.
      See also Pull Request #175, Pull Request #168, and
      Pull Request #164. Additionally:
    - ``Requirement.parse`` no longer retains the order of extras.
    - ``parse_requirements`` now requires that all versions be
      PEP-440 compliant, as revealed in #499. Packages released
      with invalid local versions should be re-released using
      the proper local version syntax, e.g. ``mypkg-1.0+myorg.1``.
    * Update ``upload_docs`` command to also honor keyring
      for password resolution.
    * Added support for using passwords from keyring in the upload
      command.
    * Issue #118: Once again omit the package metadata (egg-info)
      from the list of outputs in ``--record``. This version of setuptools
      can no longer be used to upgrade pip earlier than 6.0.
    * `Off-project PR <https://github.com/jaraco/setuptools/pull/32>`_:
      For FreeBSD, also honor root certificates from ca_root_nss.
* Mon Feb 01 2016 toddrme2178@gmail.com
  - update to version 19.6.2:
    * Issue #491: Correct regression incurred in 19.4 where a
      double-namespace package installed using pip would cause a
      TypeError.
  - update to version 19.6.1:
    * Restore compatibility for PyPy 3 compatibility lost in 19.4.1
      addressing Issue #487.
    * "setuptools.launch" shim now loads scripts in a new namespace,
      avoiding getting relative imports from the setuptools package on
      Python 2.
  - update to version 19.6:
    * Added a new entry script "setuptools.launch", implementing the
      shim found in "pip.util.setuptools_build". Use this command to
      launch distutils-only packages under setuptools in the same way
      that pip does, causing the setuptools monkeypatching of distutils
      to be invoked prior to invoking a script. Useful for debugging or
      otherwise installing a distutils-only package under setuptools
      when pip isn't available or otherwise does not expose the desired
      functionality. For example::
      $ python -m setuptools.launch setup.py develop
    * Issue #488: Fix dual manifestation of Extension class in extension
      packages installed as dependencies when Cython is present.
  - update to version 19.5:
    * Issue #486: Correct TypeError when getfilesystemencoding
      returns None.
    * Issue #139: Clarified the license as MIT.
    * Pull Request #169: Removed special handling of command
      spec in scripts for Jython.
  - changes from version 19.4.1:
    * Issue #487: Use direct invocation of "importlib.machinery" in
      "pkg_resources" to avoid missing detection on relevant platforms.
  - update to version 19.4:
    * Issue #341: Correct error in path handling of package data files
      in "build_py" command when package is empty.
    * Distribute #323, Issue #141, Issue #207, and Pull Request #167:
      Another implementation of "pkg_resources.WorkingSet" and
      "pkg_resources.Distribution" that supports replacing an extant
      package with a new one, allowing for setup_requires dependencies
      to supersede installed packages for the session.
  - update to version 19.3:
    * Issue #229: Implement new technique for readily incorporating
      dependencies conditionally from vendored copies or primary
      locations. Adds a new dependency on six.
  - update to version 19.2:
    * Pull Request #163: Add get_command_list method to Distribution.
    * Pull Request #162: Add missing whitespace to multiline string
      literals.
  - update to version 19.1.1:
    * Issue #476: Cast version to string (using default encoding) to
      avoid creating Unicode types on Python 2 clients.
    * Issue #477: In Powershell downloader, use explicit rendering of
      strings, rather than rely on "repr", which can be incorrect
      (especially on Python 2).
  - changes from version 19.1:
    * Issue #215: The bootstrap script "ez_setup.py" now automatically
      detects the latest version of setuptools (using PyPI JSON API)
      rather than hard-coding a particular value.
    * Issue #475: Fix incorrect usage in _translate_metadata2.
  - changes from version 19.0:
    * Issue #442: Use RawConfigParser for parsing .pypirc file.
      Interpolated values are no longer honored in .pypirc files.
  - update to version 18.8.1:
    * Issue #440: Prevent infinite recursion when a SandboxViolation or
      other UnpickleableException occurs in a sandbox context with
      setuptools hidden. Fixes regression introduced in Setuptools 12.0.
  - changes from version 18.8:
    * Deprecated ``egg_info.get_pkg_info_revision``.
    * Issue #471: Don't rely on repr for an HTML attribute value in
      package_index.
    * Issue #419: Avoid errors in FileMetadata when the metadata directory
      is broken.
    * Issue #472: Remove deprecated use of 'U' in mode parameter
      when opening files.
  - update to version 18.7.1:
    * Issue #469: Refactored logic for Issue #419 fix to re-use metadata
      loading from Provider.
  - update to version 18.7:
    * Update dependency on certify.
    * Pull Request #160: Improve detection of gui script in
      "easy_install._adjust_header".
    * Made "test.test_args" a non-data property; alternate fix
      for the issue reported in Pull Request #155.
    * Issue #453: In "ez_setup" bootstrap module, unload all
      "pkg_resources" modules following download.
    * Pull Request #158: Honor `PEP-488
      <https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0488/>`_ when excluding
      files for namespace packages.
    * Issue #419 and Pull Request #144: Add experimental support for
      reading the version info from distutils-installed metadata rather
      than using the version in the filename.
  - update to version 18.6.1:
    * Issue #464: Correct regression in invocation of superclass on
      old-style class on Python 2.
  - changes from version 18.6:
    * Issue #439: When installing entry_point scripts under development,
      omit the version number of the package, allowing any version of
      the package to be used.
  - update to version 18.5:
    * In preparation for dropping support for Python 3.2, a warning is now
      logged when pkg_resources is imported on Python 3.2 or earlier
      Python 3 versions.
    * `Add support for python_platform_implementation environment marker
      <https://github.com/jaraco/setuptools/pull/28>`_.
    * `Fix dictionary mutation during iteration
      <https://github.com/jaraco/setuptools/pull/29>`_.
* Thu Oct 22 2015 toddrme2178@gmail.com
  - Update to 18.4
    * Test command now always invokes unittest,
      even if no test suite is supplied.
* Tue Oct 06 2015 hpj@urpla.net
  - update to 18.3.2:
    * Correct another regression in setuptools.findall
      where the fix for Python #12885 was lost.
  - update to 18.3.1:
    * Issue #425: Correct regression in setuptools.findall.
  - update to 18.3:
    * Setuptools now allows disabling of the manipulation of the sys.path
      during the processing of the easy-install.pth file. To do so, set
      the environment variable ``SETUPTOOLS_SYS_PATH_TECHNIQUE`` to
      anything but "rewrite" (consider "raw"). During any install operation
      with manipulation disabled, setuptools packages will be appended to
      sys.path naturally.
      Future versions may change the default behavior to disable
      manipulation. If so, the default behavior can be retained by setting
      the variable to "rewrite".
    * Issue #257: ``easy_install --version`` now shows more detail
      about the installation location and Python version.
    * Refactor setuptools.findall in preparation for re-submission
      back to distutils.
* Thu Aug 20 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 18.2:
    * Issue #412: More efficient directory search in ``find_packages``.
* Tue Aug 11 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 18.1:
    * Upgrade to vendored packaging 15.3.
* Mon Jul 20 2015 dmueller@suse.com
  - update to 18.0.1:
    * Issue #401: Fix failure in test suite.
    * Dropped support for builds with Pyrex. Only Cython is supported.
    * Issue #288: Detect Cython later in the build process, after
      ``setup_requires`` dependencies are resolved.
    * Issue #396: Fixed test failure on OS X.
    * Pull Request #136: Remove excessive quoting from shebang headers
      for Jython.
* Mon Jun 22 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 17.1.1:
    * Backed out unintended changes to pkg_resources, restoring removal of
      deprecated imp module
* Mon Jun 08 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 17.1:
    * Issue #380: Add support for range operators on environment
      marker evaluation.
    * Issue #378: Do not use internal importlib._bootstrap module.
    * Issue #390: Disallow console scripts with path separators in
      the name. Removes unintended functionality and brings behavior
      into parity with pip.
    * Pull Request #130: Better error messages for errors in
      parsed requirements.
    * Pull Request #133: Removed ``setuptools.tests`` from the
      installed packages.
    * Issue #373: Provisionally expose
      ``pkg_resources._initialize_master_working_set``, allowing for
      imperative re-initialization of the master working set.
* Mon Apr 27 2015 mcihar@suse.cz
  - Disable testsuite as this causes build cycle
* Wed Apr 22 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 15.1:
    * Updated Packaging to 15.1 to address Packaging #28.
    * Fix ``setuptools.sandbox._execfile()`` with Python 3.1.
  - Remove fix-type-error.patch . Applied upstream
* Sat Apr 11 2015 hpj@urpla.net
  - openSUSE versions up to 12.2 are affected as well from:
    AssertionError: error: must supply either home or prefix/exec-prefix -- not both
    raise version check of applying fix-sle11-test-failure.patch accordingly
* Fri Mar 27 2015 tbechtold@suse.com
  - update to 15.0:
    * Pull Request #126: DistributionNotFound message now lists the package or
      packages that required it. E.g.::
      pkg_resources.DistributionNotFound: The 'colorama>=0.3.1' distribution
      was not found and is required by smlib.log.
      Note that zc.buildout once dependended on the string rendering of this
      message to determine the package that was not found. This expectation
      has since been changed, but older versions of buildout may experience
      problems. See Buildout #242 for details.
    * Issue #307: Removed PEP-440 warning during parsing of versions
      in ``pkg_resources.Distribution``.
    * Issue #364: Replace deprecated usage with recommended usage of
      ``EntryPoint.load``.
    * Issue #254: When creating temporary egg cache on Unix, use mode 755
      for creating the directory to avoid the subsequent warning if
      the directory is group writable.
    * Issue #137: Update ``Distribution.hashcmp`` so that Distributions with
      None for pyversion or platform can be compared against Distributions
      defining those attributes.
    * Issue #360: Removed undesirable behavior from test runs, preventing
      write tests and installation to system site packages.
    * Pull Request #125: Add ``__ne__`` to Requirement class.
    * Various refactoring of easy_install.
    * Bootstrap script now accepts ``--to-dir`` to customize save directory or
      allow for re-use of existing repository of setuptools versions. See
      Pull Request #112 for background.
    * Issue #285: ``easy_install`` no longer will default to installing
      packages to the "user site packages" directory if it is itself installed
      there. Instead, the user must pass ``--user`` in all cases to install
      packages to the user site packages.
      This behavior now matches that of "pip install". To configure
      an environment to always install to the user site packages, consider
      using the "install-dir" and "scripts-dir" parameters to easy_install
      through an appropriate distutils config file.
    * Issue #359: Include pytest.ini in the sdist so invocation of py.test on the
      sdist honors the pytest configuration.
      Re-release of 13.0. Intermittent connectivity issues caused the release
      process to fail and PyPI uploads no longer accept files for 13.0.
    * Issue #356: Back out Pull Request #119 as it requires Setuptools 10 or later
      as the source during an upgrade.
    * Removed build_py class from setup.py. According to 892f439d216e, this
      functionality was added to support upgrades from old Distribute versions,
      0.6.5 and 0.6.6.
    * Pull Request #119: Restore writing of ``setup_requires`` to metadata
      (previously added in 8.4 and removed in 9.0).
    * Documentation is now linked using the rst.linker package.
    * Fix ``setuptools.command.easy_install.extract_wininst_cfg()``
      with Python 2.6 and 2.7.
    * Issue #354. Added documentation on building setuptools
      documentation.
    * Issue #345: Unload all modules under pkg_resources during
      ``ez_setup.use_setuptools()``.
    * Issue #336: Removed deprecation from ``ez_setup.use_setuptools``,
      as it is clearly still used by buildout's bootstrap. ``ez_setup``
      remains deprecated for use by individual packages.
    * Simplified implementation of ``ez_setup.use_setuptools``.
    * Pull Request #118: Soften warning for non-normalized versions in
      Distribution.
    * Issue #339: Correct Attribute reference in ``cant_write_to_target``.
    * Issue #336: Deprecated ``ez_setup.use_setuptools``.
    * Issue #335: Fix script header generation on Windows.
    * Fixed incorrect class attribute in ``install_scripts``. Tests would be nice.
    * Issue #331: Fixed ``install_scripts`` command on Windows systems corrupting
      the header.
    * Restore ``setuptools.command.easy_install.sys_executable`` for pbr
      compatibility. For the future, tools should construct a CommandSpec
      explicitly.
    * Issue #188: Setuptools now support multiple entities in the value for
      ``build.executable``, such that an executable of "/usr/bin/env my-python" may
      be specified. This means that systems with a specified executable whose name
      has spaces in the path must be updated to escape or quote that value.
    * Deprecated ``easy_install.ScriptWriter.get_writer``, replaced by ``.best()``
      with slightly different semantics (no force_windows flag).
    * Issue #327: Formalize and restore support for any printable character in an
      entry point name.
    * Expose ``EntryPoint.resolve`` in place of EntryPoint._load, implementing the
      simple, non-requiring load. Deprecated all uses of ``EntryPoint._load``
      except for calling with no parameters, which is just a shortcut for
      ``ep.require(); ep.resolve();``.
      Apps currently invoking ``ep.load(require=False)`` should instead do the
      following if wanting to avoid the deprecating warning::
      getattr(ep, "resolve", lambda: ep.load(require=False))()
    * Pip #2326: Report deprecation warning at stacklevel 2 for easier diagnosis.
    * Issue #281: Since Setuptools 6.1 (Issue #268), a ValueError would be raised
      in certain cases where VersionConflict was raised with two arguments, which
      occurred in ``pkg_resources.WorkingSet.find``. This release adds support
      for indicating the dependent packages while maintaining support for
      a VersionConflict when no dependent package context is known. New unit tests
      now capture the expected interface.
    * Interop #3: Upgrade to Packaging 15.0; updates to PEP 440 so that >1.7 does
      not exclude 1.7.1 but does exclude 1.7.0 and 1.7.0.post1.
    * Issue #323: Fix regression in entry point name parsing.
    * Deprecated use of EntryPoint.load(require=False). Passing a boolean to a
      function to select behavior is an anti-pattern. Instead use
      ``Entrypoint._load()``.
    * Substantial refactoring of all unit tests. Tests are now much leaner and
      re-use a lot of fixtures and contexts for better clarity of purpose.
    * Issue #320: Added a compatibility implementation of
      ``sdist._default_revctrl``
      so that systems relying on that interface do not fail (namely, Ubuntu 12.04
      and similar Debian releases).
    * Issue #319: Fixed issue installing pure distutils packages.
    * Issue #313: Removed built-in support for subversion. Projects wishing to
      retain support for subversion will need to use a third party library. The
      extant implementation is being ported to `setuptools_svn
      <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/setuptools_svn>`_.
    * Issue #315: Updated setuptools to hide its own loaded modules during
      installation of another package. This change will enable setuptools to
      upgrade (or downgrade) itself even when its own metadata and implementation
      change.
    * Prefer vendored packaging library `as recommended
      <https://github.com/jaraco/setuptools/commit/170657b68f4b92e7e1bf82f5e19a831f57
      44af67#commitcomment-9109448>`_.
    * Issue #312: Restored presence of pkg_resources API tests (doctest) to sdist.
    * Issue #314: Disabled support for ``setup_requires`` metadata to avoid issue
      where Setuptools was unable to upgrade over earlier versions.
    * Pull Request #106: Now write ``setup_requires`` metadata.
    * Issue #311: Decoupled pkg_resources from setuptools once again.
      ``pkg_resources`` is now a package instead of a module.
    * Issue #306: Suppress warnings about Version format except in select scenarios
      (such as installation).
    * Pull Request #85: Search egg-base when adding egg-info to manifest.
    * Upgrade ``packaging`` to 14.5, giving preference to "rc" as designator for
      release candidates over "c".
    * PEP-440 warnings are now raised as their own class,
      ``pkg_resources.PEP440Warning``, instead of RuntimeWarning.
    * Disabled warnings on empty versions.
    * Upgrade ``packaging`` to 14.4, fixing an error where there is a
      different result for if 2.0.5 is contained within >2.0dev and >2.0.dev even
      though normalization rules should have made them equal.
    * Issue #296: Add warning when a version is parsed as legacy. This warning will
      make it easier for developers to recognize deprecated version numbers.
    * Issue #296: Restored support for ``__hash__`` on parse_version results.
    * Issue #296: Restored support for ``__getitem__`` and sort operations on
      parse_version result.
    * Issue #296: Restore support for iteration over parse_version result, but
      deprecated that usage with a warning. Fixes failure with buildout.
    * Implement `PEP 440 <http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/>`_ within
      pkg_resources and setuptools. This change
      deprecates some version numbers such that they will no longer be installable
      without using the ``===`` escape hatch. See `the changes to test_resources
      <https://bitbucket.org/pypa/setuptools/commits/dcd552da643c4448056de84c73d56da6
      d70769d5#chg-setuptools/tests/test_resources.py>`_
      for specific examples of version numbers and specifiers that are no longer
      supported. Setuptools now "vendors" the `packaging
      <https://github.com/pypa/packaging>`_ library.
    * Issue #80, Issue #209: Eggs that are downloaded for ``setup_requires``,
      ``test_requires``, etc. are now placed in a ``./.eggs`` directory instead of
      directly in the current directory. This choice of location means the files
      can be readily managed (removed, ignored). Additionally,
      later phases or invocations of setuptools will not detect the package as
      already installed and ignore it for permanent install (See #209).
      This change is indicated as backward-incompatible as installations that
      depend on the installation in the current directory will need to account for
      the new location. Systems that ignore ``*.egg`` will probably need to be
      adapted to ignore ``.eggs``. The files will need to be manually moved or
      will be retrieved again. Most use cases will require no attention.
    * Issue #268: When resolving package versions, a VersionConflict now reports
      which package previously required the conflicting version.
    * Issue #262: Fixed regression in pip install due to egg-info directories
      being omitted. Re-opens Issue #118.
    * Issue #259: Fixed regression with namespace package handling on ``single
      version, externally managed`` installs.
    * Issue #100: When building a distribution, Setuptools will no longer match
      default files using platform-dependent case sensitivity, but rather will
      only match the files if their case matches exactly. As a result, on Windows
      and other case-insensitive file systems, files with names such as
      'readme.txt' or 'README.TXT' will be omitted from the distribution and a
      warning will be issued indicating that 'README.txt' was not found. Other
      filenames affected are:
    - README.rst
    - README
    - setup.cfg
    - setup.py (or the script name)
    - test/test*.py
      Any users producing distributions with filenames that match those above
      case-insensitively, but not case-sensitively, should rename those files in
      their repository for better portability.
    * Pull Request #72: When using ``single_version_externally_managed``, the
      exclusion list now includes Python 3.2 ``__pycache__`` entries.
    * Pull Request #76 and Pull Request #78: lines in top_level.txt are now
      ordered deterministically.
    * Issue #118: The egg-info directory is now no longer included in the list
      of outputs.
    * Issue #258: Setuptools now patches distutils msvc9compiler to
      recognize the specially-packaged compiler package for easy extension module
      support on Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.2.
    * Issue #237: ``pkg_resources`` now uses explicit detection of Python 2 vs.
      Python 3, supporting environments where builtins have been patched to make
      Python 3 look more like Python 2.
    * Issue #240: Based on real-world performance measures against 5.4, zip
      manifests are now cached in all circumstances. The
      ``PKG_RESOURCES_CACHE_ZIP_MANIFESTS`` environment variable is no longer
      relevant. The observed "memory increase" referenced in the 5.4 release
      notes and detailed in Issue #154 was likely not an increase over the status
      quo, but rather only an increase over not storing the zip info at all.
    * Issue #242: Use absolute imports in svn_utils to avoid issues if the
      installing package adds an xml module to the path.
    * Issue #239: Fix typo in 5.5 such that fix did not take.
    * Issue #239: Setuptools now includes the setup_requires directive on
      Distribution objects and validates the syntax just like install_requires
      and tests_require directives.
    * Issue #236: Corrected regression in execfile implementation for Python 2.6.
  - Enable testsuite run during build. Added BuildRequires needed for that
  - Refresh setuptools-5.4.1-create-sitedir.patch
  - Add fix-type-error.patch: Fix error during test run
  - Add fix-sle11-test-failure.patch: Fix error during test run on SLE11SP3

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