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- Jan 17 2017, 12:46 PM (56 w, 4 d)
Version 1.5.0 is now available.
Tue, Feb 13
Mon, Feb 12
Fix version number
Sat, Feb 10
No problem @JoshStrobl, done now.
Include python3 kernel in $pkgfiles.
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Just noticed this switched to the Python-2.0 license in version 3.1.1.
Same as D2182, the rundeps are not required a builddeps.
Hi @rjurga, I'm the original packager of the existing jupyter stuff, I'm glad to see that people are using them! Thanks for taking this on, and for reporting the other problems with the current packages, I'll see what I can do to resolve those. Anyway, I have a couple of comments regarding this diff:
Sat, Feb 3
Thu, Feb 1
Will do @sunnyflunk, I'll let you know here if I spot anything. Thanks for all the work to do the upgrade, bet you can't wait to do it all again for 3.7! How much did you manage to script?
Tue, Jan 30
Fix typo in the description that I meant to fix in previous releases, but kept forgetting!
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@JoshStrobl I was wondering why I'd left them out of the initial package, guess I'd thought of this then subsequently forgotten haha. Thanks for working through my backlog today!
Jan 5 2018
Jan 3 2018
Update to 5.2.1
Jan 2 2018
Dec 31 2017
Update to 0.22.0
Dec 30 2017
Thanks for that, I think we should try and be as consistent as possible with the executable names across packages, so I always try to go for x and x3 for example. I'm sure you'll have seen there's been much discussion over what should be standard. Also it's interesting that it's handled by the install script in this case, I've only ever seen that with one other python package, I'd just assumed that it wasn't, sorry about that!
This has executables in /usr/bin/ so it would be best to do something like:
Closing due to D1828 adding unit tests as well as the update.
I beat you to it by a few hours with D1822 but I'll let you have it since you went through the effort of adding the unit tests, I'll close mine just now.
Should probably do a safety rebuild on reverse dependencies pyyaml and suricata after this is committed.
Dec 27 2017
You could maybe fix the license as well while you're here?
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Dec 15 2017
@JoshStrobl, is this ok to go in now? Been in the backlog for quite a while haha.