python-parse 1.6.6-0.1 source package in Ubuntu

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python-parse (1.6.6-0.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Adds python3 support (closes: #849937).

  [ Gianfranco Costamagna ]
  * New upstream release.
  * Bump compat level to 10
  * Bump std-version to 3.9.8
  * Add homepage field
  * Add watch file
  * Add upstream signing key
  * Convert copyright file in dep-5 format

 -- Daniel Manila <email address hidden>  Thu, 12 Jan 2017 16:57:30 +0600

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Uploaded by:
Cyril Bouthors on 2017-01-24
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Original maintainer:
Cyril Bouthors
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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python-parse: Parse provides the reverse function for format(), Python2 package

 Parse strings using a specification based on the Python format() syntax.
 .
    ``parse()`` is the opposite of ``format()``
 .
 The module is set up to only export ``parse()``, ``search()`` and
 ``findall()`` when ``import *`` is used:
 .
 >>> from parse import *
 .
 From there it's a simple thing to parse a string:
 .
 >>> parse("It's {}, I love it!", "It's spam, I love it!")
 <Result ('spam',) {}>
 >>> _[0]
 'spam'
 .
 Or to search a string for some pattern:
 .
 >>> search('Age: {:d}\n', 'Name: Rufus\nAge: 42\nColor: red\n')
 <Result (42,) {}>
 .
 This is the Python 2 package

python3-parse: Parse provides the reverse function for format(), Python3 package

 Parse strings using a specification based on the Python format() syntax.
 .
    ``parse()`` is the opposite of ``format()``
 .
 The module is set up to only export ``parse()``, ``search()`` and
 ``findall()`` when ``import *`` is used:
 .
 >>> from parse import *
 .
 From there it's a simple thing to parse a string:
 .
 >>> parse("It's {}, I love it!", "It's spam, I love it!")
 <Result ('spam',) {}>
 >>> _[0]
 'spam'
 .
 Or to search a string for some pattern:
 .
 >>> search('Age: {:d}\n', 'Name: Rufus\nAge: 42\nColor: red\n')
 <Result (42,) {}>
 .
 This is the Python 3 package