Subject: CVS commit: pkgsrc/security/py-asyncssh
From: Adam Ciarcinski
Date: 2018-02-08 09:26:59
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Log Message:
py-asyncssh: updated to 1.12.0

Release 1.12.0:
Enhanced AsyncSSH logging framework to provide detailed logging of events in the \ 
connection, channel, key exchange, authentication, sftp, and scp modules. Both \ 
high-level information logs and more detailed debug logs are available, and \ 
debug logging supports multiple debug levels with different amounts of \ 
verboseness. Logger objects are also available on various AsyncSSH classes to \ 
allow applications to report their own log events in a manner that can be tied \ 
back to a specific SSH connection or channel.
Added support for begin_auth() to be a coroutine, so asynchronous operations can \ 
be performed within it to load state needed to perform SSH authentication.
Adjusted key usage flags set on generated X.509 certificates to be more RFC \ 
compliant and work around an issue with OpenSSL validation of self-signed non-CA \ 
Updated key and certificate comment handling to be less sensitive to the \ 
encoding of non-ASCII characters. The get_comment() and set_comment() functions \ 
now take an optional encoding paramter, defaulting to UTF-8 but allowing for \ 
others encodings. There’s also a get_comment_bytes() function to get the \ 
comment data as bytes without performing Unicode decoding.
Updated AsyncSSH to be compatible with beta release of Python 3.7.
Updated code to address warnings reported by the latest version of pylint.
Cleaned up various formatting issues in Sphinx documentation.
Significantly reduced time it takes to run unit tests by decreasing the rounds \ 
of bcrypt encryption used when unit testing encrypted OpenSSH private keys.
Added support for testing against uvloop in Travis CI.