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============== - Use https by default to access the PGXN API. - Dropped support for Python < 2.7 and Python 3 < 3.4. - Logging information emitted on stderr instead of stdout. - Exit with nonzero return code after command line parsing errors (ticket 23). - Don't fail if some directories in the ``PATH`` are not readable (ticket 24). - Don't file emitting non-ascii chars with stdout redirected (ticket 26). - Fixed parsing of server version numbers with PostgreSQL beta versions (ticket 29). - Use six to make the codebase portable between Python 2 and 3.
================ - Fixed traceback on error when a dir doesn't contain META.json (ticket 19). - Handle version numbers both with and without hyphen (ticket 22).
============== - Packages can be downloaded, installed, loaded specifying an URL (ticket 15). - Added support for ``.tar`` files (ticket 17). - Use ``gmake`` in favour of ``make`` for platforms where the two are distinct, such as BSD (ticket 14). - Added ``--make`` option to select the make executable (ticket 16).
============== - Dropped support for Python 2.4. - ``sudo`` is not invoked automatically: the ``--sudo`` option must be specified if the user has not permission to write into PostgreSQL's libdir (ticket 13). The ``--sudo`` option can also be invoked without argument. - Make sure the same ``pg_config`` is used both by the current user and by sudo.
================ - Can deal with extensions whose ``Makefile`` is created by ``configure`` and with makefile not in the package root. Patch provided by Hitoshi Harada (ticket 12).
================ - Correctly handle PostgreSQL identifiers to be quoted (ticket 10). - Don't crash with a traceback if some external command is not found (ticket 11).
================ - Fixed simplejson dependency on Python 2.6 (ticket 8). - Added ``pgxn help CMD`` as synonim for ``pgxn CMD --help`` (ticket 7). - Fixed a few compatibility problems with Python 3.
============== - Extensions to load/unload from a distribution can be specified on the command line. - ``pgxn help --libexec`` returns a single directory, possibly independent from the client version.
============== - ``pgxn`` script converted into a generic dispatcher in order to allow additional commands to be implemented in external scripts and in any language. - commands accept extension names too, not only specs. - Added ``help`` command to get information about program and commands.
================ - Lowercase search for distributions in the API (issue 3). - Fixed handling of zip files not containing entries for the directory. - More informative error messages when some item is not found on PGXN.
============== - Dropped ``list`` command (use ``info --versions`` instead). - Skip extension load/unload if the provided file is not sql.
================ - The spec can point to a local file/directory for install. - Read the sha1 from the ``META.json`` as it may be different from the one in the ``dist.json``. - Run sudo in the installation phase of the install command.
================= - Fixed executable mode for scripts unpacked from the zip files. - Added ``list`` and ``info`` commands.
================= - Added database connection parameters for the ``check`` command.
================= - Fist version released on PyPI.