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CVS commit: pkgsrc/devel/py-mock

Module Name:    pkgsrc
Committed By:   wen
Date:           Sun Dec  2 13:12:28 UTC 2012

Modified Files:
        pkgsrc/devel/py-mock: Makefile distinfo

Log Message:
Update to 1.0.1

Upstream changes:
2012/11/5 Version 1.0.1
Functions decorated with patch variants have a __wrapped__ attribute pointing 
to the original function. This brings compatibility with the default behaviour 
in Python 3.3 (due to a new feature in functools.wraps).
Note that due to changes in tox, mock is no longer tested with Python 2.4. The 
compatibility code has not been removed so it probably still works, but tests 
are no longer run.

2012/10/07 Version 1.0.0
No changes since 1.0.0 beta 1. This version has feature parity with 
unittest.mock in Python 3.3.

Full list of changes since 0.8:

mocksignature, along with the mocksignature argument to patch, removed
Support for deleting attributes (accessing deleted attributes will raise an 
Added the mock_open helper function for mocking the builtin open
__class__ is assignable, so a mock can pass an isinstance check without 
requiring a spec
Addition of PropertyMock, for mocking properties
MagicMocks made unorderable by default (in Python 3). The comparison methods 
(other than equality and inequality) now return NotImplemented
Propagate traceback info to support subclassing of _patch by other libraries
create_autospec works with attributes present in results of dir that can�t be 
fetched from the object�s class. Contributed by Konstantine Rybnikov
Any exceptions in an iterable side_effect will be raised instead of returned
In Python 3, create_autospec now supports keyword only arguments
Added patch.stopall method to stop all active patches created by start
BUGFIX: calling MagicMock.reset_mock wouldn�t reset magic method mocks
BUGFIX: calling reset_mock on a MagicMock created with autospec could raise an 
BUGFIX: passing multiple spec arguments to patchers (spec , spec_set and 
autospec) had unpredictable results, now it is an error
BUGFIX: using spec=True and create=True as arguments to patchers could result 
in using DEFAULT as the spec. Now it is an error instead
BUGFIX: using spec or autospec arguments to patchers, along with spec_set=True 
did not work correctly
BUGFIX: using an object that evaluates to False as a spec could be ignored
BUGFIX: a list as the spec argument to a patcher would always result in a 
non-callable mock. Now if __call__ is in the spec the mock is callable

To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs rdiff -u -r1.3 -r1.4 pkgsrc/devel/py-mock/Makefile
cvs rdiff -u -r1.2 -r1.3 pkgsrc/devel/py-mock/distinfo

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