[Python-modules-team] prettytable_0.5-3_amd64.changes is NEW

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Sun Apr 29 23:48:36 UTC 2012

  to main/p/prettytable/prettytable_0.5-3.debian.tar.gz
  to main/p/prettytable/prettytable_0.5-3.dsc
  to main/p/prettytable/python-prettytable_0.5-3_all.deb
(new) python3-prettytable_0.5-3_all.deb optional python
Python3 library to represent tabular data in visually appealing ASCII tables
 PrettyTable is a simple Python library designed to make it quick and
 easy to represent tabular data in visually appealing ASCII tables. It
 was inspired by the ASCII tables used in the PostgreSQL shell
 psql. PrettyTable allows for selection of which columns are to be
 printed, independent alignment of columns (left or right justified or
 centred) and printing of "sub-tables" by specifying a row range.
 This is the Python3 version of the package.

prettytable (0.5-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Team upload.
  * switched to source format 3.0 (quilt)
  * add Python3 support (Closes: #638303, LP: #825110)
    - add debian/patches/use2to3.diff to enable 2to3 in setup.py
    - add new binary package python3-prettytable
    - add python3 and python3-setuptools to Build-Depends
    - use print(x) instead of print x in debian/prettytable-example.py
  * drop python-support in favour of dh_python{2,3}
    - refine dependency versions
    - remove python-support dependency
  * bump Standards-Version to 3.9.3 (no changes needed)
  * add myself to debian/copyright for debian/*

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prettytable_0.5-3.dsc - source python
python-prettytable_0.5-3_all.deb - optional python

Announcing to debian-devel-changes at lists.debian.org
Closing bugs: 638303 

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