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+++++++++++++++++ - Update to Unicode 13.0.0. - Throws a more specific exception if "xn--" is provided as a label. - This is expected to be the last version that supports Python 2.
++++++++++++++++ - Update to Unicode 12.1.0. - Prohibit A-labels ending with a hyphen (Thanks, Julien Bernard!) - Future-proofing: Test on Python 3.7 and 3.8, don't immediately fail should Python 4 come along. - Made BSD 3-clause license clearer
++++++++++++++++ - Update to Unicode 11.0.0. - Provide more specific exceptions for some malformed labels.
++++++++++++++++ - Update to Unicode 10.0.0. - No longer accepts dot-prefixed domains (e.g. ".example") as valid. This is to be more conformant with the UTS 46 spec. Users should strip dot prefixes from domains before processing.
++++++++++++++++ - Allows generation of IDNA and UTS 46 table data for different versions of Unicode, by deriving properties directly from Unicode data. - Ability to generate RFC 5892/IANA-style table data - Diagnostic output of IDNA-related Unicode properties and derived calculations for a given codepoint - Support for idna.__version__ to report version - Support for idna.idnadata.__version__ and idna.uts46data.__version__ to report Unicode version of underlying IDNA and UTS 46 data respectively.
++++++++++++++++ - Fix bug with Katakana middle dot context-rule (Thanks, Greg Shikhman.)
++++++++++++++++ - Restore IDNAError to be a subclass of UnicodeError, as some users of this library are only looking for the latter to catch invalid strings.
++++++++++++++++ - Fix bugs relating to deriving IDNAError from UnicodeError. - More memory footprint improvements (Thanks, Alex Gaynor)
++++++++++++++++ - Made some changes to the UTS 46 data that should allow Jython to get around 64kb Java class limits. (Thanks, John A. Booth and Marcin Płonka.) - In Python 2.6, skip two tests that rely on data not present in that Python version's unicodedata module. - Use relative imports to help downstream users.
++++++++++++++++ - Memory consumption optimizations. The library should consume significantly less memory through smarter data structures being used to represent relevant Unicode properties. Many thanks to Shivaram Lingamneni for this patch. - Patches to make library work better with Python 2.6. The core library currently works however the unit testing does not. (Thanks, Robert Buchholz) - Better affix all Unicode codepoint properties to a specific version.
++++++++++++++++ - Added support for Unicode IDNA Compatibility Processing (aka Unicode Technical Standard 46). Big thanks to Jon Ribbens who contributed this functionality.
++++++++++++++++ - Use IDNA properties from Unicode 6.3.0. Internet Architecture Board (IAB) issued statement recommending against the use of Unicode 7.0.0 until issues relating to U+08A1 codepoint are resolved. See http://goo.gl/Ed1n0K - Identify some cases when label would be too longer to be a legal DNS name and raise an exception. (Thanks, Ed Lewis)
++++++++++++++++ - Update IDNA properties for Unicode 7.0.0.
++++++++++++++++ - Fix issue with non-UTF-8 environments reading the README file now that it contains non-ASCII. (Thanks, Tom Prince) - Codec functions are useful, so they are separated into their own module, rather than just existing for compatibility reasons. - Add LICENSE file.
++++++++++++++++ - Added MANIFEST.in for correct source distribution compilation.
++++++++++++++++ - Filled out missing tests for various functions. - Fix bug in CONTEXTO validation for Greek lower numeral sign (U+0375) - Fix bug in CONTEXTO validation for Japanese middle dot (U+30FB) - Improved documentation - Move designation to Stable
++++++++++++++++ - Minor improvements to Python 3 support, tests (Thanks, Derek Wilson)
++++++++++++++++ - Update IDNA properties for Unicode 6.3.0.
++++++++++++++++ - Fix trove classifier for Python 3. (Thanks, Hynek Schlawack)
++++++++++++++++ - Ported to Python 3.
++++++++++++++++ - Improve packaging. - More conformant, passes all relevant tests in the Unicode TR46 test suite.
++++++++++++++++ - First proof-of-concept version.