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2018-09-23: vim-nox-8.1.429-1 (Improved version of the editor "vi")
VIM adds many of the features that you would expect in an editor:
Unlimited undo, syntax coloring, split windows, visual selection,
graphical user interface (read: menus, mouse control, scrollbars,
text selection), and much much more.

commit log from Hisashi T Fujinaka (htodd@twofifty.com):

    Vim: Welcome to Vim-8.1.429.
2018-09-23: vim-8.1.429-1 (Improved version of the editor "vi")
VIM adds many of the features that you would expect in an editor:
Unlimited undo, syntax coloring, split windows, visual selection,
graphical user interface (read: menus, mouse control, scrollbars,
text selection), and much much more.

commit log from Hisashi T Fujinaka (htodd@twofifty.com):

    Vim: Welcome to Vim-8.1.429.
2018-09-21: whoosh-py37-2.7.4-1 (Text indexing, search, and spell checking)
Text indexing, search, and spell checking

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    whoosh-py: Text engine
2018-09-21: whoosh-py27-2.7.4-1 (Text indexing, search, and spell checking)
Text indexing, search, and spell checking

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    whoosh-py: Text engine
2018-09-21: whoosh-py35-2.7.4-1 (Text indexing, search, and spell checking)
Text indexing, search, and spell checking

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    whoosh-py: Text engine
2018-09-21: whoosh-py34-2.7.4-1 (Text indexing, search, and spell checking)
Text indexing, search, and spell checking

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    whoosh-py: Text engine
2018-09-21: whoosh-py36-2.7.4-1 (Text indexing, search, and spell checking)
Text indexing, search, and spell checking

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    whoosh-py: Text engine
2018-09-21: pypubsub4-py36-4.0.0-1 (Publish - subscribe API)
PyPubSub provides a publish - subscribe API that facilitates the
development of event-based / message-based applications.  PyPubSub supports
sending and receiving messages between objects of an application.  It is
centered on the notion of a topic; senders publish messages of a given
topic, and listeners subscribe to messages of a given topic.  The package
also supports a variety of advanced features that facilitate debugging and
maintaining pypubsub topics and messages in larger applications.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    pypubsub: fix test when not installed.
2018-09-21: pypubsub4-py35-4.0.0-1 (Publish - subscribe API)
PyPubSub provides a publish - subscribe API that facilitates the
development of event-based / message-based applications.  PyPubSub supports
sending and receiving messages between objects of an application.  It is
centered on the notion of a topic; senders publish messages of a given
topic, and listeners subscribe to messages of a given topic.  The package
also supports a variety of advanced features that facilitate debugging and
maintaining pypubsub topics and messages in larger applications.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    pypubsub: fix test when not installed.
2018-09-21: pypubsub3-py27-3.3.0-1 (Publish - subscribe API)
PyPubSub provides a publish - subscribe API that facilitates the
development of event-based / message-based applications.  PyPubSub supports
sending and receiving messages between objects of an application.  It is
centered on the notion of a topic; senders publish messages of a given
topic, and listeners subscribe to messages of a given topic.  The package
also supports a variety of advanced features that facilitate debugging and
maintaining pypubsub topics and messages in larger applications.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    pypubsub: fix test when not installed.
2018-09-21: pypubsub4-py37-4.0.0-1 (Publish - subscribe API)
PyPubSub provides a publish - subscribe API that facilitates the
development of event-based / message-based applications.  PyPubSub supports
sending and receiving messages between objects of an application.  It is
centered on the notion of a topic; senders publish messages of a given
topic, and listeners subscribe to messages of a given topic.  The package
also supports a variety of advanced features that facilitate debugging and
maintaining pypubsub topics and messages in larger applications.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    pypubsub: fix test when not installed.
2018-09-21: pypubsub4-py34-4.0.0-1 (Publish - subscribe API)
PyPubSub provides a publish - subscribe API that facilitates the
development of event-based / message-based applications.  PyPubSub supports
sending and receiving messages between objects of an application.  It is
centered on the notion of a topic; senders publish messages of a given
topic, and listeners subscribe to messages of a given topic.  The package
also supports a variety of advanced features that facilitate debugging and
maintaining pypubsub topics and messages in larger applications.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    pypubsub: fix test when not installed.
2018-09-19: yaml-py35-3.13-1 (Python YAML read/write)
YAML is a data serialization format designed for human readability and
interaction with scripting languages.

PyYAML is a YAML parser and emitter for the Python programming language.

PyYAML features

 * a complete YAML 1.1 parser. In particular, PyYAML can parse all
     examples from the specification. The parsing algorithm is simple
     enough to be a reference for YAML parser implementors. 
 * Unicode support including UTF-8/UTF-16 input/output and \u escape
     sequences. 
 * low-level event-based parser and emitter API (like SAX).
 * high-level API for serializing and deserializing native Python
     objects (like DOM or pickle).
 * support for all types from the YAML types repository. A simple
     extension API is provided. 
 * both pure-Python and fast LibYAML-based parsers and emitters.
 * relatively sensible error messages.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    yaml-py: request dependency on libyaml  (>= 0.2.1-2)
2018-09-19: libyaml-0.2.1-2 (YAML 1.1 parser and emitter written in C)
YAML 1.1 parser and emitter written in C

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    libyaml: add comment as suggested by K. S.
2018-09-19: yaml-py36-3.13-1 (Python YAML read/write)
YAML is a data serialization format designed for human readability and
interaction with scripting languages.

PyYAML is a YAML parser and emitter for the Python programming language.

PyYAML features

 * a complete YAML 1.1 parser. In particular, PyYAML can parse all
     examples from the specification. The parsing algorithm is simple
     enough to be a reference for YAML parser implementors. 
 * Unicode support including UTF-8/UTF-16 input/output and \u escape
     sequences. 
 * low-level event-based parser and emitter API (like SAX).
 * high-level API for serializing and deserializing native Python
     objects (like DOM or pickle).
 * support for all types from the YAML types repository. A simple
     extension API is provided. 
 * both pure-Python and fast LibYAML-based parsers and emitters.
 * relatively sensible error messages.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    yaml-py: request dependency on libyaml  (>= 0.2.1-2)
2018-09-19: yaml-py27-3.13-1 (Python YAML read/write)
YAML is a data serialization format designed for human readability and
interaction with scripting languages.

PyYAML is a YAML parser and emitter for the Python programming language.

PyYAML features

 * a complete YAML 1.1 parser. In particular, PyYAML can parse all
     examples from the specification. The parsing algorithm is simple
     enough to be a reference for YAML parser implementors. 
 * Unicode support including UTF-8/UTF-16 input/output and \u escape
     sequences. 
 * low-level event-based parser and emitter API (like SAX).
 * high-level API for serializing and deserializing native Python
     objects (like DOM or pickle).
 * support for all types from the YAML types repository. A simple
     extension API is provided. 
 * both pure-Python and fast LibYAML-based parsers and emitters.
 * relatively sensible error messages.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    yaml-py: request dependency on libyaml  (>= 0.2.1-2)
2018-09-19: yaml-py37-3.13-1 (Python YAML read/write)
YAML is a data serialization format designed for human readability and
interaction with scripting languages.

PyYAML is a YAML parser and emitter for the Python programming language.

PyYAML features

 * a complete YAML 1.1 parser. In particular, PyYAML can parse all
     examples from the specification. The parsing algorithm is simple
     enough to be a reference for YAML parser implementors. 
 * Unicode support including UTF-8/UTF-16 input/output and \u escape
     sequences. 
 * low-level event-based parser and emitter API (like SAX).
 * high-level API for serializing and deserializing native Python
     objects (like DOM or pickle).
 * support for all types from the YAML types repository. A simple
     extension API is provided. 
 * both pure-Python and fast LibYAML-based parsers and emitters.
 * relatively sensible error messages.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    yaml-py: request dependency on libyaml  (>= 0.2.1-2)
2018-09-19: yaml-py34-3.13-1 (Python YAML read/write)
YAML is a data serialization format designed for human readability and
interaction with scripting languages.

PyYAML is a YAML parser and emitter for the Python programming language.

PyYAML features

 * a complete YAML 1.1 parser. In particular, PyYAML can parse all
     examples from the specification. The parsing algorithm is simple
     enough to be a reference for YAML parser implementors. 
 * Unicode support including UTF-8/UTF-16 input/output and \u escape
     sequences. 
 * low-level event-based parser and emitter API (like SAX).
 * high-level API for serializing and deserializing native Python
     objects (like DOM or pickle).
 * support for all types from the YAML types repository. A simple
     extension API is provided. 
 * both pure-Python and fast LibYAML-based parsers and emitters.
 * relatively sensible error messages.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    yaml-py: request dependency on libyaml  (>= 0.2.1-2)
2018-09-19: psutil-py36-5.4.7-1 (Process and system monitoring library)
psutil (process and system utilities) is a library for retrieving
information on running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory,
disks, network, sensors) in Python.  It is useful mainly for system
monitoring, profiling and limiting process resources and management of
running processes.  It implements many functionalities offered by UNIX
command line tools such as: ps, top, lsof, netstat, ifconfig, who, df,
kill, free, nice, ionice, iostat, iotop, uptime, pidof, tty, taskset, pmap.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    mods as suggested by nieder.
    
    - applied patches from debian
    - use "make" in scripts
    tests still fail
    -> file upstream bug reports
2018-09-19: psutil-py35-5.4.7-1 (Process and system monitoring library)
psutil (process and system utilities) is a library for retrieving
information on running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory,
disks, network, sensors) in Python.  It is useful mainly for system
monitoring, profiling and limiting process resources and management of
running processes.  It implements many functionalities offered by UNIX
command line tools such as: ps, top, lsof, netstat, ifconfig, who, df,
kill, free, nice, ionice, iostat, iotop, uptime, pidof, tty, taskset, pmap.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    mods as suggested by nieder.
    
    - applied patches from debian
    - use "make" in scripts
    tests still fail
    -> file upstream bug reports
2018-09-19: psutil-py34-5.4.7-1 (Process and system monitoring library)
psutil (process and system utilities) is a library for retrieving
information on running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory,
disks, network, sensors) in Python.  It is useful mainly for system
monitoring, profiling and limiting process resources and management of
running processes.  It implements many functionalities offered by UNIX
command line tools such as: ps, top, lsof, netstat, ifconfig, who, df,
kill, free, nice, ionice, iostat, iotop, uptime, pidof, tty, taskset, pmap.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    mods as suggested by nieder.
    
    - applied patches from debian
    - use "make" in scripts
    tests still fail
    -> file upstream bug reports
2018-09-19: psutil-py27-5.4.7-1 (Process and system monitoring library)
psutil (process and system utilities) is a library for retrieving
information on running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory,
disks, network, sensors) in Python.  It is useful mainly for system
monitoring, profiling and limiting process resources and management of
running processes.  It implements many functionalities offered by UNIX
command line tools such as: ps, top, lsof, netstat, ifconfig, who, df,
kill, free, nice, ionice, iostat, iotop, uptime, pidof, tty, taskset, pmap.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    mods as suggested by nieder.
    
    - applied patches from debian
    - use "make" in scripts
    tests still fail
    -> file upstream bug reports
2018-09-19: psutil-py37-5.4.7-1 (Process and system monitoring library)
psutil (process and system utilities) is a library for retrieving
information on running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory,
disks, network, sensors) in Python.  It is useful mainly for system
monitoring, profiling and limiting process resources and management of
running processes.  It implements many functionalities offered by UNIX
command line tools such as: ps, top, lsof, netstat, ifconfig, who, df,
kill, free, nice, ionice, iostat, iotop, uptime, pidof, tty, taskset, pmap.

commit log from Karl-Michael Schindler (karl-michael.schindler@web.de):

    mods as suggested by nieder.
    
    - applied patches from debian
    - use "make" in scripts
    tests still fail
    -> file upstream bug reports