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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 4.34, Package name: py27-gsutil-4.34, Maintainer: bsiegert

gsutil is a Python application that lets you access Google Cloud Storage and
Amazon S3 from the command line. You can use gsutil to do a wide range of
bucket and object management tasks, including:

* Creating and deleting buckets
* Uploading, downloading, and deleting objects
* Listing buckets and objects
* Moving, copying, and renaming objects
* Editing object and bucket ACLs


Required to run:
[security/py-OpenSSL] [devel/py-setuptools] [net/py-boto] [devel/py-mock] [lang/python27] [www/py-httplib2] [lang/py-six] [devel/py-argcomplete] [security/py-oauth2client] [devel/py-gflags] [devel/py-fasteners] [time/py-monotonic] [net/py-socksipy-branch] [devel/py-retry_decorator] [security/py-crcmod] [net/py-gcs-oauth2-boto-plugin] [www/py-google-apitools] [security/py-google-reauth]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

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   2018-10-07 13:20:25 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
py-gsutil: updated to 4.34

Release 4.34:

New features
- Added bucket lock support to gsutil. Currently, your project must be
  whitelisted for use with the new bucket lock functionality. This restriction
  will be lifted in the near future.

Bug Fixes
- Fixed issue where "rsync -P" would fail if run as the root user.
- Fixed an issue with credential caching where the source credentials for an
  entity would change but the old cached credentials would still be used.

Other Changes
- OAuth2 token exchanges now go to https://oauth2.googleapis.com/token instead
  of https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token. Users using gsutil behind a
  firewall may need to adjust their firewall rules.
- If invoked via the Cloud SDK, gsutil's debug output now displays the path to
  gcloud's gsutil wrapper script for "gsutil path", rather than the \ 
actual entry
  point for the bundled gsutil component.
- Improved error messages for failed Cloud KMS requests.
- Improved error messages for "iam ch" command to clarify that assigning
  roles to project convenience groups (e.g. "projectEditor") is not \ 
allowed.
- Enhanced perfdiag command to include GCE instance details (if applicable)
  and the target bucket's location and storage class.
- Several documentation updates and clarifications.
   2018-08-22 10:31:30 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (5) | Package updated
Log message:
py-gsutil: updated to 4.33

Release 4.33:

Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue with the "rsync" command on Windows that would cause \ 
gsutil
  to incorrectly join file path segments when the source given was the root
  of a drive, e.g. "C:".
- Fixed several places where gsutil referenced a variable that had not been
  correctly imported.

Other Changes
- Several documentation updates and clarifications.

Release 4.32:

Bug Fixes
- Fixed a file path resolution issue on Windows that affected local-to-cloud
  copy-based operations ("cp", "mv", "rsync"). If \ 
a local file URI containing
  relative path components ("." or "..") or forward slashes \ 
(rather than
  backslashes) was provided as a source argument, the resulting destination
  object(s) was incorrectly named. For recursive operations, this resulted in
  several files being copied to the same object path, overwriting each other.
- Fixed an issue with the "rsync" command on Windows that resulted in \ 
each rsync
  invocation not being able to delete its temporary synchronization files on
  disk.
- Fixed an issue where reading a specific generation of an object from S3 would
  fail.
- Fixed an issue where running gsutil with the top-level "-q" flag \ 
would result
  in credential-related logging statements being emitted to stderr.
- Gsutil no longer allows copying from streamed input if the top-level \ 
"-m" flag
  is specified. While this was previously allowed, it did not work correctly.

Other Changes
- Several documentation updates and clarifications.
   2018-06-16 16:50:25 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Update py-gsutil to 4.31.

Fix all dependencies. This time, there is an actual working gsutil binary.
Thus, fix PR pkg/52941.

Release 4.31 (release date: 2018-04-26)
=======================================
New features
------------------
- Added support for reauthentication within gsutil. Note that this only affects
  authentication when "gs_oauth2_refresh_token" is configured under the
  "Credentials" section of the boto config file and that token \ 
corresponds to a
  user account enrolled in 2-step verification.

Bug Fixes
------------------
- When creating a signed URL via the "signurl" command, gsutil now \ 
verifies that
  the specified expiration isn't longer than 7 days (the maximum allowed by the
  service).
- To support rewriting objects to be encrypted using a bucket's default KMS key,
  the "rewrite" command now rewrites all specified objects if no value is
  specified for "encryption_key" under the "GSUtil" section \ 
in the boto config
  file.

Other Changes
------------------
- Several documentation updates and clarifications.

Release 4.30 (release date: 2018-03-28)
=======================================
New features
------------------
- Added Cloud KMS support for Google Cloud Storage resources, allowing the use
  of customer-managed encryption keys (CMEKs). Bucket-related functionality
  includes the new "kms" command, which can be used to get or set a \ 
bucket's
  default KMS key. Concerning objects, users may now specify the CMEK to be used
  for encryption via their boto config file, in the "encryption_key" \ 
attribute.
  In this way, users may specify either a CSEK or a CMEK to encrypt new objects,
  but not both. For more information, see "gsutil help encryption".

Other Changes
------------------
- Several documentation updates and clarifications.

Release 4.29 (release date: 2018-03-14)
=======================================
New features
------------------
- Added transport compression support, available through the "-j" and \ 
"-J"
  options for the "cp", "mv", and "rsync" \ 
commands. This is useful when
  uploading files with highly-compressible content. When specificed, files being
  uploaded are compressed on-the-fly in memory, sent to GCS, and uncompressed by
  GCS before they are stored. See "gsutil help cp" for additional \ 
information.
- When "use_magicfile=True" is set in the boto config file, gsutil will now
  append the detected charset, if present, to the object's Content-Type metadata
  field. For example, a Content-Type might be populated with
  "text/html; charset=us-ascii" rather than simply "text/html".

Bug Fixes
------------------
- Improved error handling and logging for upload resumption.
- After encountering a PreconditionException, the "acl ch" command will now
  re-fetch the object generation before retrying.
- Fixed issue with parsing lifecycle conditions when using the XML API.
  Conditions whose values could be evaluated by Python as "falsy" \ 
(e.g. setting
  an "age" condition to the number 0 or "isLive" to false) \ 
would be omitted from
  the lifecycle configuration when "prefer_api=xml" was set in the \ 
boto config
  file. Note that the JSON API is preferred by default, so most users were
  unlikely to encounter this issue.
- For commands that fetch bucket ACLs or default ACLs, when the user does not
  have storage.buckets.getIamPolicy on the GCS bucket, using the XML API will
  now behave consistently with the JSON API and display ACL/default ACL fields
  as empty, rather than throwing a CommandException.

Other Changes
------------------
- Several documentation updates and clarifications.
- The "signurl" command now uses signature V4 signing format to \ 
generate URLs.
   2018-03-04 13:11:22 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Add a subset of dependencies.

This adds some of the required Python module dependencies, but not all of
them. More to come.
   2018-01-08 20:01:20 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Add a package for py-gsutil, version 4.28.

gsutil is a Python application that lets you access Google Cloud Storage and
Amazon S3 from the command line. You can use gsutil to do a wide range of
bucket and object management tasks, including:

* Creating and deleting buckets
* Uploading, downloading, and deleting objects
* Listing buckets and objects
* Moving, copying, and renaming objects
* Editing object and bucket ACLs