python3.5 3.5.2-2~16.01 source package in Ubuntu

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python3.5 (3.5.2-2~16.01) xenial-proposed; urgency=medium

  * SRU: LP: #1591887. Backport 3.5.2 to 16.04 LTS.

python3.5 (3.5.2-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * asyncio: Fix callbacks race in SelectorLoop.sock_connect, proposed patch
    taken from https://github.com/python/asyncio/pull/366.
  * asyncio: Fix NameError in asyncio.sslproto. Closes: #827453.

python3.5 (3.5.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Python 3.5.2 release.
    - Issue #26867: Ubuntu's openssl OP_NO_SSLv3 is forced on by default;
      fix test.
    - Issue #27365: Allow non-ascii in idlelib/NEWS.txt.

python3.5 (3.5.2~rc1-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix building with the wheel files in the source package.

python3.5 (3.5.2~rc1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Python 3.5.2 release candidate 1.
    - Issue #15657: Delete incorrect statement from PyMethodDef documentation.
    - Issue #27289: Prevent test_urllib2net failures due to EOFError raised
      by ftplib.
    - Issue #25455: Clean up reference loops created in tests for recursive.
    - Issue #27190: Raise NotSupportedError if sqlite3 is older than 3.3.1.
    - Issue #27188: Fix various sqlite3 documentation errors.
    - Issue #15476: Make "code object" its own entry in the index.
    - Issue #8491: Add link to Gnu Readline configuration documentation.
    - Issue #24617: Add comment for os.mkdir about mode quirks.
    - Issue #27280: Fix typo in IPv6Network documentation.
    - Issue #17500, and https://github.com/python/pythondotorg/issues/945:
      Remove unused and outdated icons.
    - Issue #20900: distutils register command now decodes HTTP responses
      correctly.
    - Issue #5124: Paste with selection should always replace.
      This is how paste work on Windows, Mac, modern Linux apps, and ttk
      widgets.  The exception was X11 tk widgets.
    - Issue #27223: aio: Fix _read_ready and _write_ready to respect _conn_lost.
    - Issue #22970: asyncio: Fix inconsistency cancelling Condition.wait.
    - Issue #22558: Add remaining doc links to source code for Python-coded
      modules.
    - Issue #21386: Implement missing IPv4Address.is_global property.
    - Issue #27194: superfluous truncate calls in tarfile.py slow down
      extraction.
    - Issue #14209: pkgutil.iter_zipimport_modules ignores the prefix for
      packages.
    - Issue #24136: Document generalized unpacking, PEP 448.
    - Issue #27286: Fixed compiling BUILD_MAP_UNPACK_WITH_CALL opcode.  Calling
      function with generalized unpacking (PEP 448) and conflicting keyword
      names could cause undefined behavior.
    - Issue #25455: Fixed a crash in repr of ElementTree.Element with recursive
      tag.
  * Extend debian/copyright to the files shipped in the wheel files.

python3.5 (3.5.1-16) unstable; urgency=high

  * Restore the distutils-init patch, only applied on upstream trunk.

python3.5 (3.5.1-15) unstable; urgency=high

  * Fix bad update of the distutils-install-layout patch.

python3.5 (3.5.1-14) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update to 20160609 from the 3.5 branch.
    - A new version of typing.py provides several new classes and
      features: @overload outside stubs, Reversible, DefaultDict, Text,
      ContextManager, Type[], NewType(), TYPE_CHECKING, and numerous bug
      fixes (note that some of the new features are not yet implemented in
      mypy or other static analyzers).  Also classes for PEP 492
      (Awaitable, AsyncIterable, AsyncIterator) have been added (in fact
      they made it into 3.5.1 but were never mentioned).
    - Issue #25738: Stop http.server.BaseHTTPRequestHandler.send_error() from
      sending a message body for 205 Reset Content.  Also, don't send Content
      header fields in responses that don't have a body.
    - Issue #21313: Fix the "platform" module to tolerate when sys.version
      contains truncated build information.
    - Issue #26839: On Linux, :func:`os.urandom` now calls ``getrandom()`` with
      ``GRND_NONBLOCK`` to fall back on reading ``/dev/urandom`` if the urandom
      entropy pool is not initialized yet. Closes: #824379.
    - Issue #27164: In the zlib module, allow decompressing raw Deflate streams
      with a predefined zdict.
    - Issue #24291: Fix wsgiref.simple_server.WSGIRequestHandler to completely
      write data to the client.  Previously it could do partial writes and
      truncate data.  Also, wsgiref.handler.ServerHandler can now handle stdout
      doing partial writes, but this is deprecated.
    - Issue #26809: Add ``__all__`` to :mod:`string`.
    - Issue #26373: subprocess.Popen.communicate now correctly ignores
      BrokenPipeError when the child process dies before .communicate()
      is called in more/all circumstances.
    - Issue #24759: Make clear in idlelib.idle_test.__init__ that the directory
      is a private implementation of test.test_idle and tool for maintainers.
    - Issue #27196: Stop 'ThemeChanged' warnings when running IDLE tests.
      These persisted after other warnings were suppressed in #20567.
    - Issue #20567: Revise idle_test/README.txt with advice about avoiding
      tk warning messages from tests.  Apply advice to several IDLE tests.
    - Issue #26884: Fix linking extension modules for cross builds.
    - Issue #26014: Update 3.x packaging documentation:
      * "See also" links to the new docs are now provided in the legacy pages
      * links to setuptools documentation have been updated
    - Issue #27229: Fix the cross-compiling pgen rule for in-tree builds.
  * Don't run multiprocessing tests during the profiling build.

python3.5 (3.5.1-13) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update to 20160603 from the 3.5 branch.
    - Issue #26168: Fixed possible refleaks in failing Py_BuildValue() with
      the "N" format unit.
    - Issue #26991: Fix possible refleak when creating a function with
      annotations.
    - Issue #27039: Fixed bytearray.remove() for values greater than 127.
    - Issue #23640: int.from_bytes() no longer bypasses constructors for
      subclasses.
    - Issue #27138: Fix the doc comment for FileFinder.find_spec().
    - Issue #27147: Mention PEP 420 in the importlib docs.
    - Issue #21776: distutils.upload now correctly handles HTTPError.
    - Issue #27114: Fix SSLContext._load_windows_store_certs fails with
      PermissionError.
    - Issue #18383: Avoid creating duplicate filters when using filterwarnings
      and simplefilter.
    - Issue #27057: Fix os.set_inheritable() on Android, ioctl() is blocked by
      SELinux and fails with EACCESS. The function now falls back to fcntl().
    - Issue #27014: Fix infinite recursion using typing.py.
    - Issue #14132: Fix urllib.request redirect handling when the target only
      has a query string.
    - Issue #17214: The "urllib.request" module now percent-encodes non-ASCII
      bytes found in redirect target URLs.  Some servers send Location header
      fields with non-ASCII bytes, but "http.client" requires the request
      target to be ASCII-encodable, otherwise a UnicodeEncodeError is raised.
    - Issue #26892: Honor debuglevel flag in urllib.request.HTTPHandler.
    - Issue #22274: In the subprocess module, allow stderr to be redirected to
      stdout even when stdout is not redirected.
    - Issue #26807: mock_open 'files' no longer error on readline at
      end of file.
    - Issue #26977: Removed unnecessary, and ignored, call to sum of squares
      helper in statistics.pvariance.
    - Issue #26848: Fix asyncio/subprocess.communicate() to handle empty input.
    - Issue #27040: Add loop.get_exception_handler method
    - Issue #27041: asyncio: Add loop.create_future method
  * IDLE changes:
    - Issue #27117: Make colorizer htest and turtledemo work with dark themes.
      Move code for configuring text widget colors to a new function.
    - Issue #26673: When tk reports font size as 0, change to size 10.
      Such fonts on Linux prevented the configuration dialog from opening.
    - Issue #21939: Add test for IDLE's percolator.
    - Issue #21676: Add test for IDLE's replace dialog.
    - Issue #18410: Add test for IDLE's search dialog.
    - Issue #21703: Add test for IDLE's undo delegator.
    - Issue #27044: Add ConfigDialog.remove_var_callbacks to stop memory leaks.
    - Issue #23977: Add more asserts to test_delegator.
    - Issue #20640: Add tests for idlelib.configHelpSourceEdit.
    - In the 'IDLE-console differences' section of the IDLE doc, clarify
      how running with IDLE affects sys.modules and the standard streams.
    - Issue #25507: fix incorrect change in IOBinding that prevented printing.
      Augment IOBinding htest to include all major IOBinding functions.
    - Issue #25905: Revert unwanted conversion of ' to ’ RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION
      MARK in README.txt and open this and NEWS.txt with 'ascii'.
      Re-encode CREDITS.txt to utf-8 and open it with 'utf-8'.
  * Rebuild to pick up the GNU triplet change on i386 archs. Addresses: #826128.

python3.5 (3.5.1-12) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update to 20160509 from the 3.5 branch.
    - Issue #26811: gc.get_objects() no longer contains a broken tuple with
      NULL pointer.
    - Issue #20120: Use RawConfigParser for .pypirc parsing, removing support
      for interpolation unintentionally added with move to Python 3. Behavior
      no longer does any interpolation in .pypirc files, matching behavior in
      Python 2.7 and Setuptools 19.0.
    - Issue #25745: Fixed leaking a userptr in curses panel destructor.
    - Issue #26881: The modulefinder module now supports extended opcode
      arguments.
    - Issue #23815: Fixed crashes related to directly created instances of
      types in _tkinter and curses.panel modules.
    - Issue #17765: weakref.ref() no longer silently ignores keyword arguments.
    - Issue #26873: xmlrpc now raises ResponseError on unsupported type tags
      instead of silently return incorrect result.
    - Issue #26881: modulefinder now works with bytecode with extended args.
    - Issue #26711: Fixed the comparison of plistlib.Data with other types.
    - Issue #24114: Fix an uninitialized variable in `ctypes.util`.
    - Issue #26864: In urllib.request, change the proxy bypass host checking
      against no_proxy to be case-insensitive, and to not match unrelated host
      names that happen to have a bypassed hostname as a suffix.
    - Issue #26634: recursive_repr() now sets __qualname__ of wrapper.
    - Issue #26804: urllib.request will prefer lower_case proxy environment
      variables over UPPER_CASE or Mixed_Case ones.
    - Issue #26837: assertSequenceEqual() now correctly outputs non-stringified
      differing items (like bytes in the -b mode).
      This affects assertListEqual() and assertTupleEqual().
    - Issue #26041: Remove "will be removed in Python 3.7" from deprecation
      messages of platform.dist() and platform.linux_distribution().
    - Issue #26822: itemgetter, attrgetter and methodcaller objects no longer
      silently ignore keyword arguments.
    - Issue #26733: Disassembling a class now disassembles class and static
      methods.
    - Issue #26801: Fix error handling in :func:`shutil.get_terminal_size`,
      catch :exc:`AttributeError` instead of :exc:`NameError`.
    - Issue #24838: tarfile's ustar and gnu formats now correctly calculate name
      and link field limits for multibyte character encodings like utf-8.
    - Issue #26657: Fix directory traversal vulnerability with http.server on
      Windows.
    - Issue #26736: Used HTTPS for external links in the documentation if
      possible.
    - Issue #22359: Disable the rules for running _freeze_importlib and pgen
      when cross-compiling.  The output of these programs is normally saved
      with the source code anyway, and is still regenerated when doing a
      native build. Closes: #820509.
    - Issue #21668: Link audioop, _datetime, _ctypes_test modules to libm.
    - Issue #26799: Fix python-gdb.py: don't get C types once when the Python
      code is loaded, but get C types on demand. The C types can change if
      python-gdb.py is loaded before the Python executable.
  * Fix issue #26673, runtime error in idle3. LP: #1574892.
  * Update symbols files.

python3.5 (3.5.1-11) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update to 20160330 from the 3.5 branch.
    - Issue #26659: Make the builtin slice type support cycle collection.
    - Issue #26718: super.__init__ no longer leaks memory if called multiple
      times.  NOTE: A direct call of super.__init__ is not endorsed!
    - Issue #25339: PYTHONIOENCODING now has priority over locale in setting
      the error handler for stdin and stdout.
    - Issue #26717: Stop encoding Latin-1-ized WSGI paths with UTF-8.
    - Issue #26735: Fix :func:`os.urandom` on Solaris 11.3 and newer when
      reading more than 1,024 bytes: call ``getrandom()`` multiple times with
      a limit of 1024 bytes per call.
    - Issue #16329: Add .webm to mimetypes.types_map.
    - Issue #13952: Add .csv to mimetypes.types_map.
    - Issue #26709: Fixed Y2038 problem in loading binary PLists.
    - Issue #23735: Handle terminal resizing with Readline 6.3+ by installing
      our own SIGWINCH handler.
    - Issue #26586: In http.server, respond with "413 Request header fields too
      large" if there are too many header fields to parse, rather than killing
      the connection and raising an unhandled exception.
    - Issue #22854: Change BufferedReader.writable() and
      BufferedWriter.readable() to always return False.
    - Issue #6953: Rework the Readline module documentation to group related
      functions together, and add more details such as what underlying Readline
      functions and variables are accessed.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 05 Jul 2016 14:43:10 +0200

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