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   2018-07-20 11:38:49 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-peewee: updated to 3.6.4

3.6.4:
Take a whole new approach, following what simplejson does. Allow the
build_ext command class to fail, and retry without extensions in the event we
run into issues building extensions.

3.6.3:
Add check in setup.py to determine if a C compiler is available before
building C extensions.

3.6.2:
Use ctypes.util.find_library to determine if libsqlite3 is installed.
Should fix problems people are encountering installing when SQLite3 is not
available.

3.6.1:
Fixed issue with setup script.

3.6.0:
* Support for Python 3.7, including bugfixes related to new StopIteration
  handling inside of generators.
* Support for specifying ROWS or RANGE window frame types.
* Add APIs for user-defined window functions if using \ 
[pysqlite3](https://github.com/coleifer/pysqlite3)
  and sqlite 3.25.0 or newer.
* TimestampField now uses 64-bit integer data-type for storage.
* Added support to pwiz and playhouse.reflection to enable generating
  models from VIEWs.
* Added lower-level database API for introspecting VIEWs.
* Revamped continuous integration setup for better coverage, including 3.7 and
  3.8-dev.
* Allow building C extensions even if Cython is not installed, by distributing
  pre-generated C source files.
* Switch to using setuptools for packaging.
   2018-07-20 05:34:33 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (705)
Log message:
Recursive revbump from textproc/icu-62.1
   2018-07-04 05:56:46 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-peewee: updated to 3.5.2

3.5.2:

New guide to using window functions in Peewee.
New and improved table name auto-generation. This feature is not backwards \ 
compatible, so it is disabled by default. To enable, set \ 
legacy_table_names=False in your model's Meta options. For more details, see \ 
table names documentation.
Allow passing single fields/columns to window function order_by and partition_by \ 
arguments.
Support for FILTER (WHERE...) clauses with window functions and aggregates.
Added IdentityField class suitable for use with Postgres 10's new identity \ 
column type. It can be used anywhere AutoField or BigAutoField was being used \ 
previously.
Fixed bug creating indexes on tables that are in attached databases (SQLite).
Fixed obscure bug when using prefetch() and ModelAlias to populate a \ 
back-reference related model.

3.5.1:

New features
------------
New documentation for working with relationships in Peewee.
Improved tests and documentation for MySQL upsert functionality.
Allow database parameter to be specified with ModelSelect.get() method.
Add QualifiedNames helper to peewee module exports.
Add temporary= meta option to support temporary tables.
Allow a Database object to be passed to constructor of DataSet helper.

Bug fixes
---------
Fixed edge-case where attempting to alias a field to it's underlying column-name \ 
(when different), Peewee would not respect the alias and use the field name \ 
instead.
Raise a ValueError when joining and aliasing the join to a foreign-key's \ 
object_id_name descriptor. Should prevent accidentally introducing O(n) queries \ 
or silently ignoring data from a joined-instance.
Fixed bug for MySQL when creating a foreign-key to a model which used the \ 
BigAutoField for it's primary-key.
Fixed bugs in the implementation of user-defined aggregates and extensions with \ 
the APSW SQLite driver.
Fixed regression introduced in 3.5.0 which ignored custom Model __repr__().
Fixed regression from 2.x in which inserting from a query using a SQL() was no \ 
longer working.
   2018-06-04 12:20:01 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.5.0.

Backwards-incompatible changes
- Custom Model repr no longer use the convention of overriding
  __unicode__, and now use __str__.
- Redesigned the sqlite json1 integration and changed some of the APIs
  and semantics of various JSONField methods.

New features
- Better default repr for model classes and fields.
- ForeignKeyField() accepts a new initialization parameter,
  deferrable, for specifying when constraints should be enforced.
- BitField.flag() can be called without a value parameter for the
  common use-case of using flags that are powers-of-2.
- SqliteDatabase pragmas can be specified as a dict (previously
  required a list of 2-tuples).
- SQLite TableFunction (docs) will print Python exception tracebacks
  raised in the initialize and iterate callbacks, making debugging
  significantly easier.

Bug fixes
- Fixed bug in migrator.add_column() where, if the field being added
  declared a non-standard index type (e.g., binary json field with GIN
  index), this index type was not being respected.
- Fixed bug in database.table_exists() where the implementation did
  not match the documentation.
- Fixed bug in SQLite TableFunction implementation which raised errors
  if the return value of the iterate() method was not a tuple.
   2018-05-21 15:18:16 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.4.0.

Backwards-incompatible changes

- The regexp() operation is now case-sensitive for MySQL and Postgres.
  To perform case-insensitive regexp operations, use iregexp().
- The SQLite BareField() field-type now supports all column
  constraints except specifying the data-type. Previously it silently
  ignored any column constraints.
- LIMIT and OFFSET parameters are now treated as parameterized values
  instead of literals.
- The schema parameter for SQLite database introspection methods is no
  longer ignored by default. The schema corresponds to the name given
  to an attached database.
- ArrayField now accepts a new parameter field_kwargs, which is used
  to pass information to the array field's field_class initializer.

New features and other changes

- SQLite backup interface supports specifying page-counts and a
  user-defined progress handler.
- GIL is released when doing backups or during SQLite busy timeouts
  (when using the peewee SQLite busy-handler).
- Add NATURAL join-type to the JOIN helper.
- Improved identifier quoting to allow specifying distinct
  open/close-quote characters. Enables adding support for MSSQL, for
  instance, which uses square brackets, e.g. [table].[column].
- Unify timeout interfaces for SQLite databases (use seconds
  everywhere rather than mixing seconds and milliseconds, which was
  confusing).
- Added attach() and detach() methods to SQLite database, making it
  possible to attach additional databases (e.g. an in-memory cache
  db).
   2018-05-14 12:54:19 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.3.4.

3.3.4
- Added a BinaryUUIDField class for efficiently storing UUIDs in
  16-bytes.
- Fix dataset's update_cache() logic so that when updating a single
  table that was newly-added, we also ensure that all dependent tables
  are updated at the same time.

3.3.3
- More efficient implementation of model dependency-graph generation.
  Improves performance of recursively deleting related objects by
  omitting unnecessary subqueries.
- Added union(), union_all(), intersect() and except_() to the
  Model-specific query implementations. This was an oversight that
  should have been patched in 3.3.2, but is fixed in 3.3.3.
- Major cleanup to test runner and standardized test skipping logic to
  integrate with standard-library unittest conventions.

3.3.2
- Add methods for union(), union_all, intersect() and except_().
  Previously, these methods were only available as operator overloads.
- Removed some Python 2.6-specific support code, as 2.6 is no longer
  officially supported.
- Fixed model-graph resolution logic for deferred foreign-keys.
- Better support for UPDATE...FROM queries (Postgresql).
   2018-04-27 15:52:59 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.3.1.

- Fixed long-standing bug in 3.x regarding using column aliases with
  queries that utilize the ModelCursorWrapper (typically queries with
  one or more joins).
- Fix typo in model metadata code, thanks @klen.
- Add examples of using recursive CTEs to docs.
   2018-04-25 14:12:43 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.3.0. Clean up.

- Added support for SQLite's new ON CONFLICT clause, which is modelled
  on the syntax used by Postgresql and will be available in SQLite
  3.24.0 and onward.
- Added better support for using common table expressions and a
  cleaner way of implementing recursive CTEs, both of which are also
  tested with integration tests (as opposed to just checking the
  generated SQL).
- Modernized the CI environment to utilize the latest MariaDB
  features, so we can test window functions and CTEs with MySQL (when
  available).
- Reorganized and unified the feature-flags in the test suite.
   2018-04-23 17:28:54 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.2.5.

- Added ValuesList for representing values lists.
- DateTimeField, DateField and TimeField will parse formatted-string
  before sending to the database. Previously this only occurred when
  reading values from the database.
   2018-04-19 10:20:10 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.2.4.

- Smarter handling of model-graph when dealing with compound queries
  (union, intersect, etc).
- If the same column-name is selected multiple times, first value
  wins.
- If ModelSelect.switch() is called without any arguments, default to
  the query's model.
- Fix issue where cloning a ModelSelect query did not result in the
  joins being cloned.

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