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Version 2.1
- New maintainer
- Dateutil now works on Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.2 from same codebase (with six)
- #704047: Ismael Carnales' patch for a new time format
- Small bug fixes, thanks for reporters!
Version 2.0
- Ported to Python 3, by Brian Jones. If you need dateutil for Python 2.X,
please continue using the 1.X series.
- There's no such thing as a "PSF License". This source code is now
made available under the Simplified BSD license. See LICENSE for
Version 1.5
- As reported by Mathieu Bridon, rrules were matching the bysecond rules
incorrectly against byminute in some circumstances when the SECONDLY
frequency was in use, due to a copy & paste bug. The problem has been
unittested and corrected.
- Adam Ryan reported a problem in the relativedelta implementation which
affected the yearday parameter in the month of January specifically.
This has been unittested and fixed.
- Updated timezone information.
Version 1.4.1
- Updated timezone information.
Version 1.4
- Fixed another parser precision problem on conversion of decimal seconds
to microseconds, as reported by Erik Brown. Now these issues are gone
for real since it's not using floating point arithmetic anymore.
- Fixed case where tzrange.utcoffset and tzrange.dst() might fail due
to a date being used where a datetime was expected (reported and fixed
by Lennart Regebro).
- Prevent tzstr from introducing daylight timings in strings that didn't
specify them (reported by Lennart Regebro).
- Calls like gettz("GMT+3") and gettz("UTC-2") will now return the
expected values, instead of the TZ variable behavior.
- Fixed DST signal handling in zoneinfo files. Reported by
Nicholas F. Fabry and John-Mark Gurney.
Version 1.3
- Fixed precision problem on conversion of decimal seconds to
microseconds, as reported by Skip Montanaro.
- Fixed bug in constructor of parser, and converted parser classes to
new-style classes. Original report and patch by Michael Elsdörfer.
- Initialize tzid and comps in, to prevent the code from ever
raising a NameError (even with broken files). Johan Dahlin suggested
the fix after a pyflakes run.
- Version is now published in dateutil.__version__, as requested
by Darren Dale.
- All code is compatible with new-style division.
Version 1.2
- Now tzfile will round timezones to full-minutes if necessary,
since Python's datetime doesn't support sub-minute offsets.
Thanks to Ilpo Nyyssönen for reporting the issue.
- Removed bare string exceptions, as reported and fixed by
Wilfredo Sánchez Vega.
- Fix bug in leap count parsing (reported and fixed by Eugene Oden).
Version 1.1
- Fixed rrule byyearday handling. Abramo Bagnara pointed out that
RFC2445 allows negative numbers.
- Fixed --prefix handling in (by Sidnei da Silva).
- Now tz.gettz() returns a tzlocal instance when not given any
arguments and no other timezone information is found.
- Updating timezone information to version 2005q.
Version 1.0
- Fixed parsing of XXhXXm formatted time after day/month/year
has been parsed.
- Added patch by Jeffrey Harris optimizing rrule.__contains__.
Version 0.9
- Fixed pickling of timezone types, as reported by
Andreas Köhler.
- Implemented internal timezone information with binary
timezone files [1]. function will now
try to use the system timezone files, and fallback to
the internal versions. It's also possible to ask for
the internal versions directly by using
- New tzwin timezone type, allowing access to Windows
internal timezones (contributed by Jeffrey Harris).
- Fixed parsing of unicode date strings.
- Accept parserinfo instances as the parser constructor
parameter, besides parserinfo (sub)classes.
- Changed weekday to spell the not-set n value as None
instead of 0.
- Fixed other reported bugs.
Version 0.5
- Removed FREQ_ prefix from rrule frequency constants
WARNING: this breaks compatibility with previous versions.
- Fixed rrule.between() for cases where "after" is achieved
before even starting, as reported by Andreas Köhler.
- Fixed two digit zero-year parsing (such as 31-Dec-00), as
reported by Jim Abramson, and included test case for this.
- Sort exdate and rdate before iterating over them, so that
it's not necessary to sort them before adding to the rruleset,
as reported by Nicholas Piper.