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Unreleased
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- The ThreadPoolExecutor class constructor now accepts an optional ``thread_name_prefix``
argument to make it possible to customize the names of the threads created by the pool.
Upstream contribution by Gregory P. Smith in https://bugs.python.org/issue27664.
- Backported fixes from upstream (thanks Lisandro Dalcin):
- python/cpython#1560
- python/cpython#3270
- python/cpython#3830
3.1.1
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- Backported sanity checks for the ``max_workers`` constructor argument for
ThreadPoolExecutor and ProcessPoolExecutor
- Set the default value of ``max_workers`` in ThreadPoolExecutor to ``None``,
as in upstream code (computes the thread pool size based on the number of
CPUs)
- Added support for old-style exception objects
- Switched to the PSF license
3.1.0
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- (Failed release)
3.0.5
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- Fixed OverflowError with ProcessPoolExecutor on Windows (regression
introduced in 3.0.4)
3.0.4
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- Fixed inability to forcibly terminate the process if there are pending workers
3.0.3
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- Fixed AttributeErrors on exit on Python 2.x
3.0.2
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- Made multiprocessing optional again on implementations other than just Jython
3.0.1
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- Made Executor.map() non-greedy
3.0.0
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- Dropped Python 2.5 and 3.1 support
- Removed the deprecated "futures" top level package
- Applied patch for issue 11777 (Executor.map does not submit futures until
iter.next() is called)
- Applied patch for issue 15015 (accessing an non-existing attribute)
- Applied patch for issue 16284 (memory leak)
- Applied patch for issue 20367 (behavior of concurrent.futures.as_completed()
for duplicate arguments)
2.2.0
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- Added the set_exception_info() and exception_info() methods to Future
to enable extraction of tracebacks on Python 2.x
- Added support for Future.set_exception_info() to ThreadPoolExecutor
2.1.6
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- Fixed a problem with files missing from the source distribution
2.1.5
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- Fixed Jython compatibility
- Added metadata for wheel support
2.1.4
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- Ported the library again from Python 3.2.5 to get the latest bug fixes
2.1.3
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- Fixed race condition in wait(return_when=ALL_COMPLETED)
(http://bugs.python.org/issue14406) -- thanks Ralf Schmitt
- Added missing setUp() methods to several test classes
2.1.2
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- Fixed installation problem on Python 3.1
2.1.1
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- Fixed missing 'concurrent' package declaration in setup.py
2.1
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- Moved the code from the 'futures' package to 'concurrent.futures' to provide
a drop in backport that matches the code in Python 3.2 standard library
- Deprecated the old 'futures' package
2.0
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- Changed implementation to match PEP 3148
1.0
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- Initial release