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Subject: [pypi-announce] upgrade to pip 20.2 -- plus changes coming in 20.3
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 2020 11:24:58 -0400
From: Sumana Harihareswara <sh(a)changeset.nyc>
Organization: Changeset Consulting
On behalf of the Python Packaging Authority, I am pleased to announce
the release of pip 20.2. Please upgrade for speed improvements, bug
fixes, and better logging. You can install it by running python -m pip
install --upgrade pip.
We make major releases each quarter, so this is the first new release
since 20.1 in April.
NOTICE: This release includes the beta of the next-generation dependency
resolver. It is significantly stricter and more consistent when it
receives incompatible instructions, and reduces support for certain
kinds of constraints files, so some workarounds and workflows may break.
Please test it with the `--use-feature=2020-resolver` flag. Please see
our guide on how to test and migrate, and how to report issues
The new dependency resolver is *off by default* because it is *not yet
ready for everyday use*.
For release highlights and thank-yous, please see
The full changelog is at <https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/news/>.
We plan to make pip's next quarterly release, 20.3, in October 2020. We
are preparing to change the default dependency resolution behavior and
make the new resolver the default in pip 20.3.
project manager for pip, on contract with Python Software Foundation
Changeset Consulting, https://changeset.nyc
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I am facing an error while trying to log-in to fbchat.Client. This is
obviously despite me entering absolutely correct ID & P/W. It could be
because of any latest update in the package, or a user_agent / session
(cookies) issue too.
Prima-facie, if you think a few adjustments need to be made in the
client or state file/s, please let me know, else I shall share the
complete code link for your perusal.
Below's the error message. I will be highly grateful, if I can get an
idea of where am I going wrong?
*Logging in xxxxxx.x.xxxxxx...
Attempt #1 failed, retrying
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 209, in login
line 149, in login
line 186, in from_session
fb_dtsg = FB_DTSG_REGEX.search(r.text).group(1)
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'group'*
*Shivam Dutt Sharma*
*LinkedIn : shivam-dutt-sharma-020456149
*PGP in Machine Learning | NIT WarangalFundraising Volunteer @ The AIM
*PCEP @ PythonInstitute*