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2022-08-16: babel-py37-2.9.1-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    babel-py: 2.10.3
2022-08-16: babel-py39-2.9.1-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    babel-py: 2.10.3
2022-08-16: babel-py38-2.9.1-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    babel-py: 2.10.3
2022-08-16: babel-py310-2.9.1-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    babel-py: 2.10.3
2022-08-16: babel-py36-2.9.1-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    babel-py: 2.10.3
2022-08-14: click-py34-7.1.2-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: blinker-py27-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: blinker-py36-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: blinker-py37-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: unidecode-py37-1.3.4-1 (ASCII transliterations of Unicode text)
It often happens that you have text data in Unicode, but you need to 
represent it in ASCII. For example when integrating with legacy code 
that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names 
on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from 
human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat 
intelligible (a popular example of this is when making an URL slug 
from an article title).
Unidecode takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII 
characters (i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 
and 0x7F), where the compromises taken when mapping between two 
character sets are chosen to be near what a human with a US keyboard 
would choose.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    unidecode-py 1.3.4
2022-08-14: pyfakefs-py37-4.6.3-1 (Fake FS that mocks the Python FS modules)
pyfakefs implements a fake file system that mocks the Python file system
modules. Using pyfakefs, your tests operate on a fake file system in
memory without touching the real disk. The software under test requires
no modification to work with pyfakefs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pyfakefs 4.6.3
2022-08-14: blinker-py34-1.4-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: pybtex-docutils-py39-1.0.2-1 (Docutils backend for pybtex)
A docutils backend for pybtex.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pybtex-docutils 1.0.2
2022-08-14: click-py37-8.1.3-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: blinker-py35-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: pyfakefs-py36-4.6.3-1 (Fake FS that mocks the Python FS modules)
pyfakefs implements a fake file system that mocks the Python file system
modules. Using pyfakefs, your tests operate on a fake file system in
memory without touching the real disk. The software under test requires
no modification to work with pyfakefs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pyfakefs 4.6.3
2022-08-14: pybtex-docutils-py310-1.0.2-1 (Docutils backend for pybtex)
A docutils backend for pybtex.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pybtex-docutils 1.0.2
2022-08-14: unidecode-py38-1.3.4-1 (ASCII transliterations of Unicode text)
It often happens that you have text data in Unicode, but you need to 
represent it in ASCII. For example when integrating with legacy code 
that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names 
on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from 
human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat 
intelligible (a popular example of this is when making an URL slug 
from an article title).
Unidecode takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII 
characters (i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 
and 0x7F), where the compromises taken when mapping between two 
character sets are chosen to be near what a human with a US keyboard 
would choose.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    unidecode-py 1.3.4
2022-08-14: unidecode-py310-1.3.4-1 (ASCII transliterations of Unicode text)
It often happens that you have text data in Unicode, but you need to 
represent it in ASCII. For example when integrating with legacy code 
that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names 
on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from 
human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat 
intelligible (a popular example of this is when making an URL slug 
from an article title).
Unidecode takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII 
characters (i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 
and 0x7F), where the compromises taken when mapping between two 
character sets are chosen to be near what a human with a US keyboard 
would choose.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    unidecode-py 1.3.4
2022-08-14: pybtex-docutils-py37-1.0.2-1 (Docutils backend for pybtex)
A docutils backend for pybtex.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pybtex-docutils 1.0.2
2022-08-14: pybtex-docutils-py36-1.0.2-1 (Docutils backend for pybtex)
A docutils backend for pybtex.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pybtex-docutils 1.0.2
2022-08-14: click-py310-8.1.3-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: click-py36-7.1.2-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: pybtex-docutils-py38-1.0.2-1 (Docutils backend for pybtex)
A docutils backend for pybtex.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pybtex-docutils 1.0.2
2022-08-14: unidecode-py35-1.3.4-1 (ASCII transliterations of Unicode text)
It often happens that you have text data in Unicode, but you need to 
represent it in ASCII. For example when integrating with legacy code 
that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names 
on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from 
human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat 
intelligible (a popular example of this is when making an URL slug 
from an article title).
Unidecode takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII 
characters (i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 
and 0x7F), where the compromises taken when mapping between two 
character sets are chosen to be near what a human with a US keyboard 
would choose.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    unidecode-py 1.3.4
2022-08-14: blinker-py38-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: pyfakefs-py38-4.6.3-1 (Fake FS that mocks the Python FS modules)
pyfakefs implements a fake file system that mocks the Python file system
modules. Using pyfakefs, your tests operate on a fake file system in
memory without touching the real disk. The software under test requires
no modification to work with pyfakefs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pyfakefs 4.6.3
2022-08-14: click-py27-7.0-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 7.1.2
2022-08-14: click-py38-8.1.3-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: unidecode-py39-1.3.4-1 (ASCII transliterations of Unicode text)
It often happens that you have text data in Unicode, but you need to 
represent it in ASCII. For example when integrating with legacy code 
that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names 
on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from 
human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat 
intelligible (a popular example of this is when making an URL slug 
from an article title).
Unidecode takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII 
characters (i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 
and 0x7F), where the compromises taken when mapping between two 
character sets are chosen to be near what a human with a US keyboard 
would choose.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    unidecode-py 1.3.4
2022-08-14: unidecode-py36-1.3.4-1 (ASCII transliterations of Unicode text)
It often happens that you have text data in Unicode, but you need to 
represent it in ASCII. For example when integrating with legacy code 
that doesn't support Unicode, or for ease of entry of non-Roman names 
on a US keyboard, or when constructing ASCII machine identifiers from 
human-readable Unicode strings that should still be somewhat 
intelligible (a popular example of this is when making an URL slug 
from an article title).
Unidecode takes Unicode data and tries to represent it in ASCII 
characters (i.e., the universally displayable characters between 0x00 
and 0x7F), where the compromises taken when mapping between two 
character sets are chosen to be near what a human with a US keyboard 
would choose.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    unidecode-py 1.3.4
2022-08-14: click-py35-7.1.2-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: click-py39-8.1.3-1 (Optparse wrapper for CLI utilities)
Click is a Python package for creating beautiful command line interfaces
in a composable way with as little code as necessary.  It's the "Command
Line Interface Creation Kit".  It's highly configurable but comes with
sensible defaults out of the box.

It aims to make the process of writing command line tools quick and fun
while also preventing any frustration caused by the inability to implement
an intended CLI API.

Click in three points:
-   arbitrary nesting of commands
-   automatic help page generation
-   supports lazy loading of subcommands at runtime

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    click-py 8.1.3
2022-08-14: blinker-py39-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: pyfakefs-py39-4.6.3-1 (Fake FS that mocks the Python FS modules)
pyfakefs implements a fake file system that mocks the Python file system
modules. Using pyfakefs, your tests operate on a fake file system in
memory without touching the real disk. The software under test requires
no modification to work with pyfakefs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pyfakefs 4.6.3
2022-08-14: blinker-py310-1.5-1 (Fast object-to-object and broadcast signaling)
Blinker provides fast & simple object-to-object and broadcast signaling
for Python objects.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    blinker-py 1.5
2022-08-14: pyfakefs-py310-4.6.3-1 (Fake FS that mocks the Python FS modules)
pyfakefs implements a fake file system that mocks the Python file system
modules. Using pyfakefs, your tests operate on a fake file system in
memory without touching the real disk. The software under test requires
no modification to work with pyfakefs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    pyfakefs 4.6.3
2022-08-13: whois-5.5.13-1 (Intelligent RFC3912 client)
This package provides a commandline client for the WHOIS (RFC 3912)
 protocol, which queries online servers for information such as contact
 details for domains and IP address assignments.
 It can intelligently select the appropriate WHOIS server for most queries.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    whois 5.5.13
2022-08-13: libavcodec59-5.0-shlibs-5.1-1 (Audio/video encoders and decoders libraries)
FFMpeg is a complete and free Internet live audio and video broadcasting
  solution for Linux/Unix. It also includes a digital VCR. It can encode in
  real time in many formats including MPEG1 audio and video, MPEG4, h263,
  ac3, asf, avi, real, mjpeg, and flash.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    ffmpeg 5.1
2022-08-13: nano-6.4-1 (Free Pico clone with some new features)
GNU nano is an easy-to-use text editor originally designed as a replacement
 for Pico, the ncurses-based editor from the non-free mailer package Pine
 (itself now available under the Apache License as Alpine).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    nano 6.4
2022-08-13: nano-small-6.4-1 (Free Pico clone with some new features)
GNU nano is an easy-to-use text editor originally designed as a replacement
 for Pico, the ncurses-based editor from the non-free mailer package Pine
 (itself now available under the Apache License as Alpine).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    nano 6.4
2022-08-13: nano-noutf8-6.4-1 (Free Pico clone with some new features)
GNU nano is an easy-to-use text editor originally designed as a replacement
 for Pico, the ncurses-based editor from the non-free mailer package Pine
 (itself now available under the Apache License as Alpine).

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    nano 6.4
2022-08-13: nettle7-shlibs-3.5.1-3 (Low level cryptographic library)
Nettle is a cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in
 more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented
 languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or
 GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

 It tries to solve a problem of providing a common set of
 cryptographic algorithms for higher-level applications by
 implementing a context-independent set of cryptographic
 algorithms. In that light, Nettle doesn't do any memory allocation or
 I/O, it simply provides the cryptographic algorithms for the
 application to use in any environment and in any way it needs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    nettle 3.8.1
    new libN=8
2022-08-13: nettle4a-2.7.1-3 (Low level cryptographic library)
Nettle is a cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in
 more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented
 languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or
 GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

 It tries to solve a problem of providing a common set of
 cryptographic algorithms for higher-level applications by
 implementing a context-independent set of cryptographic
 algorithms. In that light, Nettle doesn't do any memory allocation or
 I/O, it simply provides the cryptographic algorithms for the
 application to use in any environment and in any way it needs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    nettle 3.8.1
    new libN=8
2022-08-13: nettle8-shlibs-3.8.1-2 (Low level cryptographic library)
Nettle is a cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in
 more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented
 languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or
 GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

 It tries to solve a problem of providing a common set of
 cryptographic algorithms for higher-level applications by
 implementing a context-independent set of cryptographic
 algorithms. In that light, Nettle doesn't do any memory allocation or
 I/O, it simply provides the cryptographic algorithms for the
 application to use in any environment and in any way it needs.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    nettle 3.8.1
    new libN=8
2022-08-13: gcc10-10.4.0-1 (GNU Compiler Collection Version 10)
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, includes front ends for
 C, C++, Objective-C, Objective-C++, Fortran and Ada.
 .
 C, C++, Objective C and Fortran are included in this package.
 .
 The C and C++ compilers are named gcc-10 and g++-10 to avoid
 conflicts with gcc and g++ installed by the Apple Developer Tools

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    dist restrict gcc10.
    There might be upstream build patches, but we're pushing things to gcc11+ anyway
2022-08-13: lbreakouthd-1.0.10-1 (Breakout clone, based on SDL)
LBreakoutHD is a scaleable 16:9 remake of LBreakout2. You try to clear
levels full of different types of bricks and extras by using your paddle
to aim balls at the bricks.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    lbreakouthd 1.0.10