Recommended update for python-cachetools, python-google-api-python-client, python-google-auth, python-google-auth-httplib2SUSE Recommended Update: Recommended update for python-cachetools, python-google-api-python-client, python-google-auth, python-google-auth-httplib2
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An update that has one recommended fix can now be installed.
This update for python-cachetools, python-google-api-python-client,
python-google-auth, python-google-auth-httplib2 fixes the following issues:
python-cachetools was updated to version 2.0.1:
- Officially support Python 3.6.
- Move documentation to RTD.
- Documentation: Update import paths for key functions (courtesy of slavkoja).
Version update to 2.0.0:
- Drop support for deprecated features (breaking change).
- Move key functions to separate package (breaking change).
- Accept non-integer ``maxsize`` in ``Cache.__repr__()``.
python-google-api-python-client was updated to 1.7.4:
- just series of minor bugfixes
Version update to 1.6.7:
- Make body optional for requests with no parameters. (#446)
- Fix retying on socket.timeout. (#495)
- Match travis matrix with tox testenv. (#498)
- Remove oauth2client._helpers dependency. (#493)
- Remove unused keyring test dependency. (#496)
- discovery.py: remove unused oauth2client import. (#492)
- Update README to reference GCP API client libraries. (#490)
- Warn when constructing BatchHttpRequest using the legacy batch URI (#488)
- Increase the default media chunksize to 100MB. (#482)
- Remove unnecessary parsing of mime headers in HttpRequest.__init__ (#467)
- Proactively refresh credentials when applying and treat a missing `access_token` as invalid. Note: This change reveals surprising behavior between default credentials and batches. If you allow `googleapiclient.discovery.build` to use default credentials *and* specify different credentials by providing `batch.execut()` with an explicit `http` argument, your individual requests will use the default credentials and *not* the credentials specified to the batch http. To avoid this, tell `build` explicitly not to use default credentials by specifying `build(..., http=httplib2.Http()`. (#469)
- Remove mutual exclusivity check for developerKey and credentials (#465)
- Handle unknown media length. (#406)
- Handle variant error format gracefully. (#459)
update to version 1.6.4:
- Warn when google-auth credentials are used but google-auth-httplib2 isn't available. (#443)
changes from version 1.6.3:
- Add notification of maintenance mode to README. (#410)
- Fix generation of methods with abnormal page token conventions. (#338)
- Raise ValueError is credentials and developerKey are both specified. (#358)
- Re-generate documentation. (#364, #373, #401)
- Fix method signature documentation for multiline required parameters. (#374)
- Fix ZeroDivisionError in MediaDownloadProgress.progress. (#377)
- Fix dead link to WebTest in README. (#378)
- Fix details missing in googleapiclient.errors.HttpError. (#412)
- Don't treat httplib2.Credentials as oauth credentials. (#425)
- Various fixes to the Django sample. (#413)
Update to Version 1.6.2
- Fixed a bug where application default credentials would still be used even when a developerKey was specified. (#347)
- Official support for Python 3.5 and 3.6. (#341)
Update to Version 1.6.1
- Fixed a bug where using google-auth with scoped credentials would fail. (#328)
Update to Version 1.6.0
- Support for Python 2.6 has been dropped. (#319)
- The credentials argument to discovery.build and discovery.build_from_document can be either oauth2client credentials or google-auth credentials. (#319)
- discovery.build and discovery.build_from_document now unambiguously use the http argument to make all requests, including the request for the discovery document. (#319)
- The http and credentials arguments to discovery.build and discovery.build_from_document are now mutually exclusive, eliminating a buggy edge case. (#319)
- If neither http or credentials is specified to discovery.build and discovery.build_from_document, then Application Default Credentials will be used. The library prefers google-auth for this if it is available, but can also use oauth2client's implementation. (#319)
- Fixed resumable upload failure when receiving a 308 response. (#312)
- Clarified the support versions of Python 3. (#316)
Update to Version 1.5.5
- Allow explicit MIME type specification with media_mime_type keyword argument.
- Fix unprintable representation of BatchError with default constructor. (#165)
- Refresh all discovery docs, not just the preferred ones. (#298)
- Update minimum httplib2 dependency to >=0.9.2.
- Conform with openSUSE/SUSE naming policy
- Properly handle errors when the API returns a mapping or sequence. (#289)
- Upgrade to unified uritemplate 3.0.0. (#293)
- Allow oauth2client 4.0.0, with the caveat that file-based discovery
- Allow using oauth2client >= 1.5.0, < 4.0.0. (#265)
- Fix project_id argument description. (#257)
- Retry chunk uploaded on rate limit exceeded errors. (#255)
- Obtain access token if necessary in BatchHttpRequest.execute(). (#232)
- Warn when running tests using HttpMock without having a cache. (#261)
- Allow using versions of oauth2client < 2.0.0. (#197)
- Check both current and new API discovery URL. (#202)
- Retry http requests on connection errors and timeouts. (#218)
- Retry http requests on rate limit responses. (#201)
- Import guards for ssl (for Google App Engine). (#220)
- Use named loggers instead of the root logger. (#206)
- New search console example. (#212)
- Fix file stream recognition in Python 3 (#141)
- Fix non-resumable binary uploads in Python 3 (#147)
- Default to 'octet-stream' if mimetype detection fails (#157)
- Handle SSL errors with retries (#160)
- Fix incompatibility with oauth2client v2.0.0 (#182)
- oauth2client is now a separate package python-oauth2client
- Need to update this version as the previous embedded version for
- Add the googleapiclient.discovery.Resource.new_batch_http_request method.
- Fix an infinite loop for downloading small files.
- Fix a unicode error in error encoding.
- Better handling of `content-length` in media requests.
- Add support for methodPath entries containing colon.
- Quick release for a fix around aliasing in v1.3.
- Add support for the Google Application Default Credentials.
- Update several API samples.
- Finish splitting out oauth2client repo and update tests.
- Various doc cleanup and bugfixes.
- Two important notes: * The use of the gflags library is now deprecated, and is no longer a * Samples have been updated to use the new apiclient.sample_tools, and no
- Added support for the experimental Object Change Notification, as found in
- The oauth2client App Engine decorators are now threadsafe.
- Use the following redirects feature of httplib2 where it returns the
- Updated AdSense Management API samples to V1.3
- Add option to automatically retry requests.
- Ability to list registered keys in multistore_file.
- User-agent must contain (gzip).
- The 'method' parameter for httplib2 is not positional. This would cause
- Making OAuth2Decorator more extensible. Fixes Issue 256.
- Update AdExchange Buyer API examples to version v1.2.
python-google-auth was update to 1.5.1:
- Fix check for error text on Python 3.7. (#278)
- Use new Auth URIs. (#281)
- Add code-of-conduct document. (#270)
- Fix some typos in test_urllib3.py (#268)
- Warn when using user credentials from the Cloud SDK (#266)
- Add compute engine-based IDTokenCredentials (#236)
- Corrected some typos (#265)
python-google-auth-httplib2 was updated to add:
- Initial commit, needed by google-api-python-client
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