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PyDev 5.5.0 Release Highlights
* **Important** PyDev now requires Java 8 and Eclipse 4.6 (Neon) onwards.
* PyDev 5.2.0 is the last release supporting Eclipse 4.5 (Mars).
* If you enjoy PyDev, you can help in keeping it supported through its
Patreon crowdfunding: https://www.patreon.com/fabioz.
* Fixed refactoring error when dealing with imports which have a
continuation char inside the module name part. **#PyDev-712**
* When extracting a method, decorators are properly considered for the
new method position. **#PyDev-321**
* **Code completion**
* When accessing enums, 'value' and 'name' are properly found.
* Code completion improved on method chaining. **#PyDev-636** and
* It's now possible to choose whether when a code-completion which adds
a local import should add the import to the beginning of the function or
the line above where it was requested.
* It may be configured in the preferences (Preferences > PyDev >
Editor > Code Completion > Put local imports on top of method?).
* Default was changed to add it to the top of the method.
* **New actions**
* **Ctrl+Shift+Alt+O** can be used to open the last hyperlink in the
console that's currently open (it's now possible to jump directly to the
error in some exception). **#PyDev-755**
* **Ctrl+2,sw** switches the target and value in assign statements (may
not work properly if more than one '=' is found in the line).
* Fixed error when hovering over variable when debugging. **#PyDev-580**
* Fixed issue in grammar parsing on nested async calls. **#PyDev-753**
* Fixed issue grouping imports when an import has a continuation char
inside the module part. **#PyDev 712**
What is PyDev?
PyDev is an open-source Python IDE on top of Eclipse for Python, Jython and
It comes with goodies such as code completion, syntax highlighting, syntax
analysis, code analysis, refactor, debug, interactive console, etc.
Details on PyDev: http://pydev.org
Details on its development: http://pydev.blogspot.com
What is LiClipse?
LiClipse is a PyDev standalone with goodies such as support for Multiple
cursors, theming, TextMate bundles and a number of other languages such as
It's also a commercial counterpart which helps supporting the development
Details on LiClipse: http://www.liclipse.com/
PyDev - Python Development Environment for Eclipse
PyVmMonitor - Python Profiler
A new version of the Python module which wraps GnuPG has been released.
This is an enhancement and bug-fix release, and all users are encouraged to upgrade.
See the project website  for more information.
* Added support for ``KEY_CONSIDERED`` in more places - encryption /
decryption, signing, key generation and key import.
* Partial fix for #32 (GPG 2.1 compatibility). Unfortunately, better
support cannot be provided at this point, unless there are certain
changes (relating to pinentry popups) in how GPG 2.1 works.
* Fixed #60: An IndexError was being thrown by ``scan_keys()``.
* Ensured that utf-8 encoding is used when the ``--with-column`` mode is
used. Thanks to Yann Leboulanger for the patch.
* ``list_keys()`` now uses ``--fixed-list-mode``. Thanks to Werner Koch
for the pointer.
This release  has been signed with my code signing key:
Vinay Sajip (CODE SIGNING KEY) <vina... at yahoo.co.uk>
Fingerprint: CA74 9061 914E AC13 8E66 EADB 9147 B477 339A 9B86
What Does It Do?
The gnupg module allows Python programs to make use of the
functionality provided by the Gnu Privacy Guard (abbreviated GPG or
GnuPG). Using this module, Python programs can encrypt and decrypt
data, digitally sign documents and verify digital signatures, manage
(generate, list and delete) encryption keys, using proven Public Key
Infrastructure (PKI) encryption technology based on OpenPGP.
This module is expected to be used with Python versions >= 2.4, as it
makes use of the subprocess module which appeared in that version of
Python. This module is a newer version derived from earlier work by
Andrew Kuchling, Richard Jones and Steve Traugott.
A test suite using unittest is included with the source distribution.
>>> import gnupg
>>> gpg = gnupg.GPG(gnupghome='/path/to/keyring/directory')
'uids': ['', 'Gary Gross (A test user) <gary.gr... at gamma.com>']},
'uids': ['', 'Danny Davis (A test user) <danny.da... at delta.com>']}]
>>> encrypted = gpg.encrypt("Hello, world!", ['0C5FEFA7A921FC4A'])
'-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----\nVersion: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux)\n
-----END PGP MESSAGE-----\n'
>>> decrypted = gpg.decrypt(str(encrypted), passphrase='secret')
>>> signed = gpg.sign("Goodbye, world!", passphrase='secret')
>>> verified = gpg.verify(str(signed))
>>> print "Verified" if verified else "Not verified"
As always, your feedback is most welcome (especially bug reports ,
patches and suggestions for improvement, or any other points via the
mailing list/discussion group ).
Red Dove Consultants Ltd.
Announcing Numexpr 2.6.2
This is a maintenance release that fixes several issues, with special
emphasis in keeping compatibility with newer NumPy versions. Also,
initial support for POWER processors is here. Thanks to Oleksandr
Pavlyk, Alexander Shadchin, Breno Leitao, Fernando Seiti Furusato and
Antonio Valentino for their nice contributions.
In case you want to know more in detail what has changed in this
Numexpr is a fast numerical expression evaluator for NumPy. With it,
expressions that operate on arrays (like "3*a+4*b") are accelerated
and use less memory than doing the same calculation in Python.
It wears multi-threaded capabilities, as well as support for Intel's
MKL (Math Kernel Library), which allows an extremely fast evaluation
of transcendental functions (sin, cos, tan, exp, log...) while
squeezing the last drop of performance out of your multi-core
processors. Look here for a some benchmarks of numexpr using MKL:
Its only dependency is NumPy (MKL is optional), so it works well as an
easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use, computational engine for projects that
don't want to adopt other solutions requiring more heavy dependencies.
Where I can find Numexpr?
The project is hosted at GitHub in:
You can get the packages from PyPI as well (but not for RC releases):
Share your experience
Let us know of any bugs, suggestions, gripes, kudos, etc. you may
I updated the cheat sheet on the aesthetic side. Parts bloc and their title
are now more easily identified with colors (but its nice with B&W printing
French and german versions have also been updated.
PyCA cryptography 1.7.2 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.
This release updates the version of OpenSSL shipping in the Windows and
macOS wheels to 1.0.2k. There are no other changes.
-Paul Kehrer (reaperhulk)
I'm delighted to announce the release of Sphinx 1.5.2, now available on
the Python package index at <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/Sphinx>.
It includes about 5 new feature and 28 bug fixes for the 1.5.1 release series.
For the full changelog, go to
Thanks to all collaborators and contributers!
What is it?
Sphinx is a tool that makes it easy to create intelligent and beautiful
documentation for Python projects (or other documents consisting of
multiple reStructuredText source files).
IRC: #sphinx-doc on irc.freenode.net