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Humanbingo

3.0.1

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  Updated history file for version 3.0.0.

3.0.0

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  Added the PDF writer.  Pass :code:`-F pdf` to explicitly write PDF files.
  
  Backwards-incompatible changes: YAML input and PDF output are now default.
  
  Improved refactoring and documentation.

2.1.0

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  Added the ability to specify card sets with a YAML file instead of the
  old XML format.  Pass :code:`-f yaml` to :code:`humanbingo`.
  
  Lots of improvements to documentation.

2.0.2

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  Pretty big refactoring into separate modules, in order to facilitate
  extensibility, practice dependency injections, etc.  But no functional
  change yet.

2.0.1

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  Flesh out history file.

2.0.0

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  Name change: "Name Bingo" to "Human Bingo".  The latter sounds
  more interesting and seems to be the more popular term.
  
  Morphing this script into a bona fide python package to upload to PyPI.
  Using the pypackage_ cookiecutter, add a :code:`setup.py` script so
  that it can be installed with pip_.
  
  .. _pypackage: https://github.com/audreyr/cookiecutter-pypackage
  .. _pip: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip
  
  Now :code:`pip install` will install an executable file :code:`humanbingo`,
  and the original :code:`bingo.py` module/script is gone.  So this is a
  backwards-incompatible change.

1.1.0

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  * Port from Python 2.7 to 3.5
  * Use the shell environment's python instead of a hardcoded one

1.0.0

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  * parse script arguments with argparse_
  * get closer to POSIX compliant interface (print to stdout when only
  one card is needed)
  * add a README
  * upload to github
  
  .. _argparse: https://docs.python.org/2/library/argparse.htmlmodule-argparse
  
  2007
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  MPL converted the ColdFusion script to python as an exercise.
  
  2006
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  Derek Bruff wrote the original "Name Bingo" script in ColdFusion.