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On behalf of the Nikola team, I am pleased to announce the immediate
availability of Nikola v7.8.0. It fixes some bugs and adds new features.
What is Nikola?
Nikola is a static site and blog generator, written in Python. It can use
Mako and Jinja2 templates, and input in many popular markup formats, such
as reStructuredText and Markdown — and can even turn Jupyter (IPython)
Notebooks into blog posts! It also supports image galleries, and is
multilingual. Nikola is flexible, and page builds are extremely fast,
courtesy of doit (which is rebuilding only what has been changed).
Find out more at the website: https://getnikola.com/
Install using pip install Nikola or download tarballs on GitHub
<https://github.com/getnikola/nikola/releases/tag/v7.8.0> and PyPI
- Exposed gist as a shortcode (Issue #2459)
- Always copy source files for listings (Issue #2473)
- Detect dependencies in template strings (Issue #2455)
- RSS feeds for sections (Issue #2068)
- New data metadata that loads data from external files (Issue #2450)
- Shortcode to escape to the template language (Issue #1227)
- Added link to raw file in listings (Issue #1995)
- New NO_DOCUTILS_TITLE_TRANSFORM (Issue #2382)
- Update options of chart directive to Pygal 2.2.3
- Pass global context to template shortcodes (Issue #2424)
- Added new options --html2text and --transform-to-markdown to WordPress
importer (Issue #2261)
- Listing: guess the lexer if cannot be determined from the file name.
- Read files from data/ and insert data in global context (Issue #2477)
- Added link to sources in the output of listing directive (Issue #2472)
- Fix Windows crash with calendar locales (Issue #2332)
- Remove the (useless) <base> tag by default; change conf.py to opt in
- Show tag descriptions when TAG_PAGES_ARE_INDEXES is True (Issue #2444)
- Record template dependencies for post-list shortcut (Issue #2451)
- Default to English for docutils messages if no translations exist
(Issues #2422, #2437)
On behalf of Twisted Matrix Laboratories, I am honoured to announce the release of Twisted 16.4.0.
The highlights of this release are:
- twist, a new command line tool for running Twisted plugins, similar to twistd but with a simpler, cleaner interface.
- A new interface for Protocols, IHandshakeListener, which tells Twisted to tell the Protocol when the TLS handshake has been completed.
- async/await support for Deferreds, allowing you to write Python 3.5+ coroutines using Twisted
- Trial can be invoked with "python -m twisted.trial".
- All Twisted executables (trial, twistd, etc) are now Setuptools console scripts, meaning they will work much better on Windows.
- 35+ more modules ported to Python 3, and many many cleanups on the way to Python 3 on Windows support.
- All the security fixes of Twisted 16.3.1 + 16.3.2 (httpoxy, HTTP session identifier strengthening, HTTP+TLS consuming sockets)
- 240+ closed tickets overall.
For more information, check the NEWS file (link provided below).
You can find the downloads at <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Twisted <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Twisted>> (or alternatively <http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/wiki/Downloads <http://twistedmatrix.com/trac/wiki/Downloads>>). The NEWS file is also available at <https://github.com/twisted/twisted/blob/twisted-16.4.0/NEWS <https://github.com/twisted/twisted/blob/twisted-16.4.0/NEWS>>.
Many thanks to everyone who had a part in this release - the supporters of the Twisted Software Foundation, the developers who contributed code as well as documentation, and all the people building great things with Twisted!
Amber Brown (HawkOwl)
PS: Twisted 16.4.1 will be coming soon after this with a patch mitigating SWEET32, by updating the acceptable cipher list.
PyCA cryptography 1.5 has been released to PyPI. cryptography is a package
which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers.
Our goal is for it to be your "cryptographic standard library". We support
Python 2.6-2.7, Python 3.3+, and PyPy.
* Added calculate_max_pss_salt_length for RSA PSS.
* Added "one shot" DSAPrivateKey.sign andDSAPublicKey.verify methods to DSA
* Added "one shot" EllipticCurvePrivateKey.sign and
EllipticCurvePublicKey.verify methods to ECDSA keys.
* Switched back to the older callback model on Python 3.5 in order to
mitigate a locking callback problem with OpenSSL <1.1.0.
* x509.CertificateBuilder, x509.CertificateRevocationListBuilder, and
x509.RevokedCertificateBuilder now accept timezone aware datetime objects
as method arguments.
* cryptography now supports OpenSSL 1.1.0 as a compilation target.
As of 1.5 we are still linking 1.0.2h for the Mac and Windows wheels, but
in the 1.6 release we will switch to linking 1.1.0. Thanks to all the
contributors for their help on this release!
-Paul Kehrer (reaperhulk)
world is a script that maps ISO 3166 top-level country codes to the English
country names and back again. It also knows about a bunch of, but no where
near complete, other top-level domains. For example:
$ world tz us
tz originates from Tanzania, United Republic of
us originates from United States of America (the)
$ world -r united
Matches for "united":
ae: United Arab Emirates (the)
gb: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
tz: Tanzania, United Republic of
uk: United Kingdom (common practice)
um: United States Minor Outlying Islands (the)
us: United States of America (the)
It also provides the worldlib package, which is an API you can use in your own
programs if you need this database. The library is only compatible with
Version 4.0 is a major new update to the tool, library, and database.
It can be installed using `pip install world` of course. :)
* PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/world
* Project home: https://gitlab.com/warsaw/world
* Report bugs at: https://gitlab.com/warsaw/world/issues
* Code hosting: https://gitlab.com/warsaw/world.git
* Documentation: http://world.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Several years ago, the readers of my popular Python blog
<http://www.blog.pythonlibrary.org/> asked me to take some of my articles
and turn them into a cookbook on wxPython. I have finally decided to do
just that. I am including over 50 recipes that I am currently editing to
make them more consistent and updating them to be compatible with the
latest versions of wxPython. I currently have nearly 300 pages of content!
If you'd like to check out the funding campaign for the book, you can find
it here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/34257246/wxpython-cookbook/
pytest 3.0.1 has just been released to PyPI.
This release fixes some regressions reported in version 3.0.0, being a
pip install --upgrade pytest
The changelog is available at http://doc.pytest.org/en/latest/changelog.html
Thanks to all who contributed to this release, among them:
The py.test Development Team
I'm pleased to announce initial release of PyFormat - C++ module which exposes robust boost::format class from Boost.org C++ libraries.
The module supports Python 2.x and Python 3.x versions, bytestrings and unicode strings as well.
The API exposes most of functions provided by underlying boost::format class.
Homepage and basic tutorial is on: https://github.com/pavelschon/PyFormat
Release v0.1.0 can be downloaded from https://github.com/pavelschon/PyFormat/releases/tag/v0.1.0
Everybody is welcomed to submit bug reports, pull requests etc...
I am pleased to announce rinohtype 0.2.1. rinohtype is a document
processor inspired by LaTeX; it renders structured documents to PDF
styled by a document template and a style sheet. A primary goal of
rinohtype is to make it easy to customize the style of your document.
The rinoh command line tool renders reStructuredText files and the
included Sphinx builder obviates the need for a large LaTeX
installation to produce professionally typeset PDF output.
For the full list of features, please see the documentation:
Because rinohtype is a pure-Python package, installation is trivial:
pip install rinohtype
Version 0.2.1 is a beta release and includes a mature reStructuredText
frontend. The Sphinx builder is a capable drop-in replacement for the
LaTeX builder included with Sphinx.
Please report any problems you may encounter at the project's GitHub