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Recent Package Updates

2017-03-25: gmt5-5.3.3-1 (Generic Mapping Tools)
GMT is an open source collection of about 80 command-line tools
  for manipulating geographic and Cartesian data sets (including
  filtering, trend fitting, gridding, projecting, etc.) and
  producing PostScript illustrations ranging from simple x-y
  plots via contour maps to artificially illuminated surfaces and
  3D perspective views; the GMT supplements add another 40 more
  specialized and discipline-specific tools. GMT supports over 30
  map projections and transformations and comes with support data
  such as GSHHG coastlines, rivers, and political boundaries.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Update to 5.3.3 by Remko.

https://sourceforge.net/p/fink/package-submissions/4903/
2017-03-25: opencv2.4-shlibs-2.4.13.2-1 (Open Source Computer Vision Library)
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) is a library of programming 
functions for real time computer vision.

OpenCV has C++, C, Python and soon Java interfaces running on 
Windows, Linux, Android and Mac. The library has >2500 optimized 
algorithms (see figure below). It is used around the world, has 
>2.5M downloads and >40K people in the user group. Uses range from 
interactive art, to mine inspection, stitching maps on the web on 
through advanced robotics.

commit log from nieder:
opencv 2.4.13.2
2017-03-25: opencv3.2-shlibs-3.2.0-1 (Open Source Computer Vision Library)
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) is a library of programming 
functions for real time computer vision.

OpenCV has C++, C, Python and soon Java interfaces running on 
Windows, Linux, Android and Mac. The library has >2500 optimized 
algorithms (see figure below). It is used around the world, has 
>2.5M downloads and >40K people in the user group. Uses range from 
interactive art, to mine inspection, stitching maps on the web on 
through advanced robotics.

commit log from nieder:
OpenCV 3.2
2017-03-25: file-py36-5.30-1 (Determine file type (magic))
Python interface to file (magic).

Identifies a file's type based on the contents then provides a
description or a mime type.

File tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. There are
three sets of tests, performed in this order: filesystem tests,
magic number tests, and language tests. The first test that
succeeds causes the file type to be printed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: file: 5.30 and py3.6
2017-03-25: crcmod-py34-1.7-1 (Cyclic Redundancy Check)
Cyclic Redundancy Check

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: crcmod: py36
2017-03-25: configobj-py34-5.0.6-1 (Config file reader and writer)
ConfigObj is an ini file round tripper. Its main feature is that it is
    very easy to use, with a straightforward programmer's interface and a
    simple syntax for config files. It has lots of other features though:
        * Nested sections (subsections), to any level
        * List values
        * Multiple line values
        * String interpolation (substitution)
        * Integrated with a powerful validation system
            * including automatic type checking/conversion
            * repeated sections
            * and allowing default values
        * All comments in the file are preserved
        * The order of keys/sections is preserved
        * No external dependencies
        * Full Unicode support
        * A powerful unrepr mode for storing basic datatypes

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36
2017-03-25: file-py35-5.30-1 (Determine file type (magic))
Python interface to file (magic).

Identifies a file's type based on the contents then provides a
description or a mime type.

File tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. There are
three sets of tests, performed in this order: filesystem tests,
magic number tests, and language tests. The first test that
succeeds causes the file type to be printed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: file: 5.30 and py3.6
2017-03-25: cssselect-py34-1.0.1-1 (CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath)
cssselect parses CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath 1.0
expressions. Such expressions can be used in lxml or another XPath
engine to find the matching elements in an XML or HTML document.

This module used to live inside of lxml as lxml.cssselect before it
was extracted as a stand-alone project.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: cssselect: 1.0.1 and py36
2017-03-25: babel-py36-2.4.0-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: babel to 2.4.0 and add py36
2017-03-25: babel-py34-2.4.0-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: babel to 2.4.0 and add py36
2017-03-25: configobj-py36-5.0.6-1 (Config file reader and writer)
ConfigObj is an ini file round tripper. Its main feature is that it is
    very easy to use, with a straightforward programmer's interface and a
    simple syntax for config files. It has lots of other features though:
        * Nested sections (subsections), to any level
        * List values
        * Multiple line values
        * String interpolation (substitution)
        * Integrated with a powerful validation system
            * including automatic type checking/conversion
            * repeated sections
            * and allowing default values
        * All comments in the file are preserved
        * The order of keys/sections is preserved
        * No external dependencies
        * Full Unicode support
        * A powerful unrepr mode for storing basic datatypes

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36
2017-03-25: coverage-py36-4.3.4-1 (Python code coverage for testing)
Coverage.py measures code coverage, typically during test
execution. It uses the code analysis tools and tracing hooks provided
in the Python standard library to determine which lines are
executable, and which have been executed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: coverage: 4.3.4 and py36
2017-03-25: beaker-py35-1.8.1-1 (Session and cachine with WSGI middleware)
As a general caching library, Beaker can handle storing for various
times any Python object that can be pickled with optional back-ends on
a fine-grained basis.

Beaker was built largely on the code from MyghtyUtils, then refactored
and extended with database support.

Beaker includes Cache and Session WSGI middleware to ease integration
with WSGI capable frameworks, and is automatically used by Pylons.

* Multiple reader/single writer lock system to avoid duplicate
  simultaneous cache creation
* Cache back-ends include dbm, file, memory, memcached, and database
  (Using SQLAlchemy for multiple-db vendor support)
* Signed cookie's to prevent session hijacking/spoofing
* Cookie-only sessions to remove the need for a db or file backend
  (ideal for clustered systems)
* Extensible Container object to support new back-ends
* Cache's can be divided into namespaces (to represent templates,
  objects, etc.) then keyed for different copies
* Create functions for automatic call-backs to create new cache copies
  after expiration
* Fine-grained toggling of back-ends, keys, and expiration per Cache
  object

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: beaker: 1.8.1 and py36
2017-03-25: configobj-py35-5.0.6-1 (Config file reader and writer)
ConfigObj is an ini file round tripper. Its main feature is that it is
    very easy to use, with a straightforward programmer's interface and a
    simple syntax for config files. It has lots of other features though:
        * Nested sections (subsections), to any level
        * List values
        * Multiple line values
        * String interpolation (substitution)
        * Integrated with a powerful validation system
            * including automatic type checking/conversion
            * repeated sections
            * and allowing default values
        * All comments in the file are preserved
        * The order of keys/sections is preserved
        * No external dependencies
        * Full Unicode support
        * A powerful unrepr mode for storing basic datatypes

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36
2017-03-25: beaker-py27-1.8.1-1 (Session and cachine with WSGI middleware)
As a general caching library, Beaker can handle storing for various
times any Python object that can be pickled with optional back-ends on
a fine-grained basis.

Beaker was built largely on the code from MyghtyUtils, then refactored
and extended with database support.

Beaker includes Cache and Session WSGI middleware to ease integration
with WSGI capable frameworks, and is automatically used by Pylons.

* Multiple reader/single writer lock system to avoid duplicate
  simultaneous cache creation
* Cache back-ends include dbm, file, memory, memcached, and database
  (Using SQLAlchemy for multiple-db vendor support)
* Signed cookie's to prevent session hijacking/spoofing
* Cookie-only sessions to remove the need for a db or file backend
  (ideal for clustered systems)
* Extensible Container object to support new back-ends
* Cache's can be divided into namespaces (to represent templates,
  objects, etc.) then keyed for different copies
* Create functions for automatic call-backs to create new cache copies
  after expiration
* Fine-grained toggling of back-ends, keys, and expiration per Cache
  object

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: beaker: 1.8.1 and py36
2017-03-25: babel-py35-2.4.0-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: babel to 2.4.0 and add py36
2017-03-25: fiona-py36-1.7.5-1 (Read and write spatial vector data files)
Fiona is OGR's neat, nimble, no-nonsense API.

Fiona provides a minimal, uncomplicated Python interface to the open source GIS
community's most trusted geodata access library and integrates readily with
other Python GIS packages such as pyproj_, Rtree_, and Shapely_.

How minimal? Fiona can read feature records as mappings from shapefiles or
other GIS vector formats and write mappings as records to files using the same
formats. That's all. There aren't any feature or geometry classes. Records and
their geometries are just data.

docs and manual http://toblerity.github.com/fiona/
https://github.com/Toblerity/Fiona/tree/master/examples

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: fiona: 1.7.5 and py3.6

Remove strange locale stuff that hardcoded python 3.4
2017-03-25: file-py34-5.30-1 (Determine file type (magic))
Python interface to file (magic).

Identifies a file's type based on the contents then provides a
description or a mime type.

File tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. There are
three sets of tests, performed in this order: filesystem tests,
magic number tests, and language tests. The first test that
succeeds causes the file type to be printed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: file: 5.30 and py3.6
2017-03-25: cssselect-py27-1.0.1-1 (CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath)
cssselect parses CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath 1.0
expressions. Such expressions can be used in lxml or another XPath
engine to find the matching elements in an XML or HTML document.

This module used to live inside of lxml as lxml.cssselect before it
was extracted as a stand-alone project.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: cssselect: 1.0.1 and py36
2017-03-25: configobj-py27-5.0.6-1 (Config file reader and writer)
ConfigObj is an ini file round tripper. Its main feature is that it is
    very easy to use, with a straightforward programmer's interface and a
    simple syntax for config files. It has lots of other features though:
        * Nested sections (subsections), to any level
        * List values
        * Multiple line values
        * String interpolation (substitution)
        * Integrated with a powerful validation system
            * including automatic type checking/conversion
            * repeated sections
            * and allowing default values
        * All comments in the file are preserved
        * The order of keys/sections is preserved
        * No external dependencies
        * Full Unicode support
        * A powerful unrepr mode for storing basic datatypes

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36
2017-03-25: cssselect-py36-1.0.1-1 (CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath)
cssselect parses CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath 1.0
expressions. Such expressions can be used in lxml or another XPath
engine to find the matching elements in an XML or HTML document.

This module used to live inside of lxml as lxml.cssselect before it
was extracted as a stand-alone project.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: cssselect: 1.0.1 and py36
2017-03-25: fiona-py34-1.7.5-1 (Read and write spatial vector data files)
Fiona is OGR's neat, nimble, no-nonsense API.

Fiona provides a minimal, uncomplicated Python interface to the open source GIS
community's most trusted geodata access library and integrates readily with
other Python GIS packages such as pyproj_, Rtree_, and Shapely_.

How minimal? Fiona can read feature records as mappings from shapefiles or
other GIS vector formats and write mappings as records to files using the same
formats. That's all. There aren't any feature or geometry classes. Records and
their geometries are just data.

docs and manual http://toblerity.github.com/fiona/
https://github.com/Toblerity/Fiona/tree/master/examples

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: fiona: 1.7.5 and py3.6

Remove strange locale stuff that hardcoded python 3.4
2017-03-25: crcmod-py36-1.7-1 (Cyclic Redundancy Check)
Cyclic Redundancy Check

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: crcmod: py36
2017-03-25: beaker-py36-1.8.1-1 (Session and cachine with WSGI middleware)
As a general caching library, Beaker can handle storing for various
times any Python object that can be pickled with optional back-ends on
a fine-grained basis.

Beaker was built largely on the code from MyghtyUtils, then refactored
and extended with database support.

Beaker includes Cache and Session WSGI middleware to ease integration
with WSGI capable frameworks, and is automatically used by Pylons.

* Multiple reader/single writer lock system to avoid duplicate
  simultaneous cache creation
* Cache back-ends include dbm, file, memory, memcached, and database
  (Using SQLAlchemy for multiple-db vendor support)
* Signed cookie's to prevent session hijacking/spoofing
* Cookie-only sessions to remove the need for a db or file backend
  (ideal for clustered systems)
* Extensible Container object to support new back-ends
* Cache's can be divided into namespaces (to represent templates,
  objects, etc.) then keyed for different copies
* Create functions for automatic call-backs to create new cache copies
  after expiration
* Fine-grained toggling of back-ends, keys, and expiration per Cache
  object

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: beaker: 1.8.1 and py36
2017-03-25: fiona-py35-1.7.5-1 (Read and write spatial vector data files)
Fiona is OGR's neat, nimble, no-nonsense API.

Fiona provides a minimal, uncomplicated Python interface to the open source GIS
community's most trusted geodata access library and integrates readily with
other Python GIS packages such as pyproj_, Rtree_, and Shapely_.

How minimal? Fiona can read feature records as mappings from shapefiles or
other GIS vector formats and write mappings as records to files using the same
formats. That's all. There aren't any feature or geometry classes. Records and
their geometries are just data.

docs and manual http://toblerity.github.com/fiona/
https://github.com/Toblerity/Fiona/tree/master/examples

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: fiona: 1.7.5 and py3.6

Remove strange locale stuff that hardcoded python 3.4
2017-03-25: coverage-py27-4.3.4-1 (Python code coverage for testing)
Coverage.py measures code coverage, typically during test
execution. It uses the code analysis tools and tracing hooks provided
in the Python standard library to determine which lines are
executable, and which have been executed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: coverage: 4.3.4 and py36
2017-03-25: coverage-py35-4.3.4-1 (Python code coverage for testing)
Coverage.py measures code coverage, typically during test
execution. It uses the code analysis tools and tracing hooks provided
in the Python standard library to determine which lines are
executable, and which have been executed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: coverage: 4.3.4 and py36
2017-03-25: fiona-py27-1.7.5-1 (Read and write spatial vector data files)
Fiona is OGR's neat, nimble, no-nonsense API.

Fiona provides a minimal, uncomplicated Python interface to the open source GIS
community's most trusted geodata access library and integrates readily with
other Python GIS packages such as pyproj_, Rtree_, and Shapely_.

How minimal? Fiona can read feature records as mappings from shapefiles or
other GIS vector formats and write mappings as records to files using the same
formats. That's all. There aren't any feature or geometry classes. Records and
their geometries are just data.

docs and manual http://toblerity.github.com/fiona/
https://github.com/Toblerity/Fiona/tree/master/examples

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: fiona: 1.7.5 and py3.6

Remove strange locale stuff that hardcoded python 3.4
2017-03-25: beaker-py34-1.8.1-1 (Session and cachine with WSGI middleware)
As a general caching library, Beaker can handle storing for various
times any Python object that can be pickled with optional back-ends on
a fine-grained basis.

Beaker was built largely on the code from MyghtyUtils, then refactored
and extended with database support.

Beaker includes Cache and Session WSGI middleware to ease integration
with WSGI capable frameworks, and is automatically used by Pylons.

* Multiple reader/single writer lock system to avoid duplicate
  simultaneous cache creation
* Cache back-ends include dbm, file, memory, memcached, and database
  (Using SQLAlchemy for multiple-db vendor support)
* Signed cookie's to prevent session hijacking/spoofing
* Cookie-only sessions to remove the need for a db or file backend
  (ideal for clustered systems)
* Extensible Container object to support new back-ends
* Cache's can be divided into namespaces (to represent templates,
  objects, etc.) then keyed for different copies
* Create functions for automatic call-backs to create new cache copies
  after expiration
* Fine-grained toggling of back-ends, keys, and expiration per Cache
  object

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: beaker: 1.8.1 and py36
2017-03-25: file-py27-5.30-1 (Determine file type (magic))
Python interface to file (magic).

Identifies a file's type based on the contents then provides a
description or a mime type.

File tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. There are
three sets of tests, performed in this order: filesystem tests,
magic number tests, and language tests. The first test that
succeeds causes the file type to be printed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: file: 5.30 and py3.6
2017-03-25: coverage-py34-4.3.4-1 (Python code coverage for testing)
Coverage.py measures code coverage, typically during test
execution. It uses the code analysis tools and tracing hooks provided
in the Python standard library to determine which lines are
executable, and which have been executed.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: coverage: 4.3.4 and py36
2017-03-25: cssselect-py35-1.0.1-1 (CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath)
cssselect parses CSS3 Selectors and translate them to XPath 1.0
expressions. Such expressions can be used in lxml or another XPath
engine to find the matching elements in an XML or HTML document.

This module used to live inside of lxml as lxml.cssselect before it
was extracted as a stand-alone project.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: cssselect: 1.0.1 and py36
2017-03-25: crcmod-py35-1.7-1 (Cyclic Redundancy Check)
Cyclic Redundancy Check

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: crcmod: py36
2017-03-25: crcmod-py27-1.7-1 (Cyclic Redundancy Check)
Cyclic Redundancy Check

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: crcmod: py36
2017-03-25: babel-py27-2.4.0-1 (Internationalization)
Babel provides access to the majority of the CLDR data. It simplifies
internationalization by doing the heavy lifting for you. It can format
dates, timespans and all kinds of number information. It simplifies
dealing with timezones and gives you access to the raw data (like
month and timezone names, how formatting works for different languages
and more).

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: babel to 2.4.0 and add py36
2017-03-25: git-send-email-2.12.2-1+10.10 (Tool to send email from git)
Tool to send email from git

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream git 2.12.2
2017-03-25: git-cvsimport-2.12.2-1 (Tool to import a CVS repository into git)
Tool to import a CVS repository into git

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream git 2.12.2
2017-03-25: git-2.12.2-1+10.10 (Distributed version control system)
Git is an open source, distributed version control system designed to
handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and
efficiency.

Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and
full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or
a central server. Branching and merging are fast and easy to do.

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream git 2.12.2
2017-03-25: git-svn-2.12.2-1+10.10 (Tool to let git use subversion repositories)
Tool to let git use subversion repositories

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream git 2.12.2
2017-03-25: git-remote-mediawiki-2.12.2-1+10.10 (Git remote helper to access MediaWiki sites)
Git remote helper to access MediaWiki sites

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream git 2.12.2
2017-03-25: git-archimport-2.12.2-1 (Tool to import an arch repository into git)
Tool to import an arch repository into git

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream git 2.12.2
2017-03-25: bitvector-py34-3.4.7-1 (Python bit arrays)
The BitVector class is for a memory-efficient packed representation of
bit arrays and for logical operations on such arrays. The core idea
used in this Python script for bit packing is based on an internet
posting by Josiah Carlson to the Pyrex mailing list.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: bitvector: 3.4.4 -> 3.4.7 and py36 variant
2017-03-25: anyjson-py35-0.3.3-2 (Use the best available python json)
Anyjson loads whichever is the fastest JSON module installed and
provides a uniform API regardless of which JSON implementation is
used.

Originally part of carrot

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: anyjson: add py36
2017-03-25: anyjson-py27-0.3.3-2 (Use the best available python json)
Anyjson loads whichever is the fastest JSON module installed and
provides a uniform API regardless of which JSON implementation is
used.

Originally part of carrot

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: anyjson: add py36
2017-03-25: bitvector-py36-3.4.7-1 (Python bit arrays)
The BitVector class is for a memory-efficient packed representation of
bit arrays and for logical operations on such arrays. The core idea
used in this Python script for bit packing is based on an internet
posting by Josiah Carlson to the Pyrex mailing list.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: bitvector: 3.4.4 -> 3.4.7 and py36 variant
2017-03-25: bitvector-py27-3.4.7-1 (Python bit arrays)
The BitVector class is for a memory-efficient packed representation of
bit arrays and for logical operations on such arrays. The core idea
used in this Python script for bit packing is based on an internet
posting by Josiah Carlson to the Pyrex mailing list.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: bitvector: 3.4.4 -> 3.4.7 and py36 variant
2017-03-25: bitvector-py35-3.4.7-1 (Python bit arrays)
The BitVector class is for a memory-efficient packed representation of
bit arrays and for logical operations on such arrays. The core idea
used in this Python script for bit packing is based on an internet
posting by Josiah Carlson to the Pyrex mailing list.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: bitvector: 3.4.4 -> 3.4.7 and py36 variant
2017-03-25: anyjson-py36-0.3.3-2 (Use the best available python json)
Anyjson loads whichever is the fastest JSON module installed and
provides a uniform API regardless of which JSON implementation is
used.

Originally part of carrot

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: anyjson: add py36
2017-03-25: anyjson-py34-0.3.3-2 (Use the best available python json)
Anyjson loads whichever is the fastest JSON module installed and
provides a uniform API regardless of which JSON implementation is
used.

Originally part of carrot

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: anyjson: add py36
2017-03-24: dateutil-py36-2.2-3 (Extended date and time calculations)
Extended date and time calculations

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 variant to dateutil
2017-03-24: dateutil-py35-2.2-3 (Extended date and time calculations)
Extended date and time calculations

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 variant to dateutil
2017-03-24: dateutil-py34-2.2-3 (Extended date and time calculations)
Extended date and time calculations

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 variant to dateutil
2017-03-24: dateutil-py27-2.2-3 (Extended date and time calculations)
Extended date and time calculations

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 variant to dateutil
2017-03-24: tornado-py27-4.2.1-1 (Python web server)
Tornado is an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web
server and tools that power FriendFeed. The FriendFeed application is
written using a web framework that looks a bit like web.py or Google's
webapp, but with additional tools and optimizations to take advantage
of the underlying non-blocking infrastructure.

The framework is distinct from most mainstream web server frameworks
(and certainly most Python frameworks) because it is non-blocking and
reasonably fast. Because it is non-blocking and uses epoll or kqueue,
it can handle thousands of simultaneous standing connections, which
means it is ideal for real-time web services. The web server is built
specifically to handle FriendFeed's real-time features--every active
user of FriendFeed maintains an open connection to the FriendFeed
servers.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to tornado
2017-03-24: tornado-py36-4.2.1-1 (Python web server)
Tornado is an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web
server and tools that power FriendFeed. The FriendFeed application is
written using a web framework that looks a bit like web.py or Google's
webapp, but with additional tools and optimizations to take advantage
of the underlying non-blocking infrastructure.

The framework is distinct from most mainstream web server frameworks
(and certainly most Python frameworks) because it is non-blocking and
reasonably fast. Because it is non-blocking and uses epoll or kqueue,
it can handle thousands of simultaneous standing connections, which
means it is ideal for real-time web services. The web server is built
specifically to handle FriendFeed's real-time features--every active
user of FriendFeed maintains an open connection to the FriendFeed
servers.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to tornado
2017-03-24: tornado-py35-4.2.1-1 (Python web server)
Tornado is an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web
server and tools that power FriendFeed. The FriendFeed application is
written using a web framework that looks a bit like web.py or Google's
webapp, but with additional tools and optimizations to take advantage
of the underlying non-blocking infrastructure.

The framework is distinct from most mainstream web server frameworks
(and certainly most Python frameworks) because it is non-blocking and
reasonably fast. Because it is non-blocking and uses epoll or kqueue,
it can handle thousands of simultaneous standing connections, which
means it is ideal for real-time web services. The web server is built
specifically to handle FriendFeed's real-time features--every active
user of FriendFeed maintains an open connection to the FriendFeed
servers.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to tornado
2017-03-24: tornado-py34-4.2.1-1 (Python web server)
Tornado is an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web
server and tools that power FriendFeed. The FriendFeed application is
written using a web framework that looks a bit like web.py or Google's
webapp, but with additional tools and optimizations to take advantage
of the underlying non-blocking infrastructure.

The framework is distinct from most mainstream web server frameworks
(and certainly most Python frameworks) because it is non-blocking and
reasonably fast. Because it is non-blocking and uses epoll or kqueue,
it can handle thousands of simultaneous standing connections, which
means it is ideal for real-time web services. The web server is built
specifically to handle FriendFeed's real-time features--every active
user of FriendFeed maintains an open connection to the FriendFeed
servers.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to tornado
2017-03-24: matplotlib-py34-1.5.1-4 (Pure python 2D plotting with a Matlab syntax)
Produces publication quality figures using in a variety of hardcopy 
formats (PNG, JPG, TIFF, PS) and interactive GUI environments
across platforms. matplotlib can be used in python scripts,
interactively from the python shell (ala matlab or mathematica), 
in web application servers generating dynamic charts, or embedded 
in applications.

Includes GTK, TkAgg, GTKAgg, SVG, PS and Agg backends.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to matplotlib
2017-03-24: pandas-py34-0.19.2-1 (Data analysis, time series,and statistics)
Providing fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to
make working with structured (tabular, multidimensional, potentially
heterogeneous) and time series data both easy and intuitive. It aims
to be the fundamental high-level building block for doing practical,
real world data analysis in Python.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Update pandas 0.18.1 -> 0.19.2
2017-03-24: pandas-py27-0.19.2-1 (Data analysis, time series,and statistics)
Providing fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to
make working with structured (tabular, multidimensional, potentially
heterogeneous) and time series data both easy and intuitive. It aims
to be the fundamental high-level building block for doing practical,
real world data analysis in Python.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Update pandas 0.18.1 -> 0.19.2
2017-03-24: matplotlib-py27-1.5.1-4 (Pure python 2D plotting with a Matlab syntax)
Produces publication quality figures using in a variety of hardcopy 
formats (PNG, JPG, TIFF, PS) and interactive GUI environments
across platforms. matplotlib can be used in python scripts,
interactively from the python shell (ala matlab or mathematica), 
in web application servers generating dynamic charts, or embedded 
in applications.

Includes GTK, TkAgg, GTKAgg, SVG, PS and Agg backends.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to matplotlib
2017-03-24: matplotlib-py36-1.5.1-4 (Pure python 2D plotting with a Matlab syntax)
Produces publication quality figures using in a variety of hardcopy 
formats (PNG, JPG, TIFF, PS) and interactive GUI environments
across platforms. matplotlib can be used in python scripts,
interactively from the python shell (ala matlab or mathematica), 
in web application servers generating dynamic charts, or embedded 
in applications.

Includes GTK, TkAgg, GTKAgg, SVG, PS and Agg backends.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to matplotlib
2017-03-24: matplotlib-py35-1.5.1-4 (Pure python 2D plotting with a Matlab syntax)
Produces publication quality figures using in a variety of hardcopy 
formats (PNG, JPG, TIFF, PS) and interactive GUI environments
across platforms. matplotlib can be used in python scripts,
interactively from the python shell (ala matlab or mathematica), 
in web application servers generating dynamic charts, or embedded 
in applications.

Includes GTK, TkAgg, GTKAgg, SVG, PS and Agg backends.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to matplotlib
2017-03-24: pandas-py35-0.19.2-1 (Data analysis, time series,and statistics)
Providing fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to
make working with structured (tabular, multidimensional, potentially
heterogeneous) and time series data both easy and intuitive. It aims
to be the fundamental high-level building block for doing practical,
real world data analysis in Python.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Update pandas 0.18.1 -> 0.19.2
2017-03-24: doctest-ignore-unicode-py35-0.1.2-1 (Ignore unicode literal prefixes in doctests)
doctest-ignore-unicode is a plugin (currently only for 
        Nose) that adds a flag to ignore unicode literal prefixes
        in doctests.
        The implmentation is inspired by 
        https://github.com/nltk/nltk/blob/2and3/nltk/test/doctest_nose_plugin.py

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to doctest-ignore-unicode
2017-03-24: networkx-py27-1.11-1 (Creating and manipulating graphs and networks)
NetworkX is a Python package for the creation, manipulation, and
        study of the structure, dynamics, and functions of complex networks.

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Update networkx from 1.9.1 to 1.11

Unable to add py36 or py36 because of pygraphviz
2017-03-24: doctest-ignore-unicode-py36-0.1.2-1 (Ignore unicode literal prefixes in doctests)
doctest-ignore-unicode is a plugin (currently only for 
        Nose) that adds a flag to ignore unicode literal prefixes
        in doctests.
        The implmentation is inspired by 
        https://github.com/nltk/nltk/blob/2and3/nltk/test/doctest_nose_plugin.py

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to doctest-ignore-unicode
2017-03-24: doctest-ignore-unicode-py27-0.1.2-1 (Ignore unicode literal prefixes in doctests)
doctest-ignore-unicode is a plugin (currently only for 
        Nose) that adds a flag to ignore unicode literal prefixes
        in doctests.
        The implmentation is inspired by 
        https://github.com/nltk/nltk/blob/2and3/nltk/test/doctest_nose_plugin.py

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to doctest-ignore-unicode
2017-03-24: doctest-ignore-unicode-py34-0.1.2-1 (Ignore unicode literal prefixes in doctests)
doctest-ignore-unicode is a plugin (currently only for 
        Nose) that adds a flag to ignore unicode literal prefixes
        in doctests.
        The implmentation is inspired by 
        https://github.com/nltk/nltk/blob/2and3/nltk/test/doctest_nose_plugin.py

commit log from goatbar:
Summary: Add py36 to doctest-ignore-unicode
2017-03-23: openssl110-dev-1.1.0e-1 (Secure Sockets Layer and Crypto Library)
OpenSSL is a free implementation of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols. It includes command line
utilities to manage certificates and a separate library implementing common
cryptograhic algorithms.

commit log from danielj7:
New upstream openssl110 1.1.0e
2017-03-21: libzip2-0.11.2-2 (Library for handling zip archives)
Library for handling zip archives

commit log from danielj7:
New libversion libzip5 1.2.0
2017-03-21: libzip5-1.2.0-1 (Library for handling zip archives)
Library for handling zip archives

commit log from danielj7:
New libversion libzip5 1.2.0