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  - Drop support for Python 2.x (end-of-life: 2020-01-01)
  - Add SFTP support
  - Rename FtpTarget => FTPTarget
  - `--tree` option for `scan` command
  - Fix 26: Crash when not setting verbose option
  - Use yabs for release


  - Fix 26: Crash when not setting verbose option


  - Drop support for Python 3.4 (end-of-life: 2019-03-18)
  - Add support for Python 3.8
  - Fix 38 Remove trailing '/' before checking PWD response


  - This release addresses some known **encoding-related issues**:
  - The internal path format are now native strings (i.e. unicode on Python 3
  or UTF-8 bytes on Python 2)
  - FTP targets are now assumed to support UTF-8.
  - 30: Fallback to CP-1252 encoding when FTP server returns non-UTF-8
  - Local filesystem targets now consider the OS encoding.
  - Modified format of `.pyftpsync-meta.json`: File names are now stored as UTF-8
  (was the unmodified binary format of the target platform before).
  - See also the 'encoding' section in the
  - **New `run` command** reads and executes settings from a configuration file
  - Remove trailing garbage from output lines
  **Breaking Changes:**
  - Modified format of `.pyftpsync-meta.json`.
  Pass `--migrate` option to convert from a prvious version (note that this
  cannot be undone)


  - Allow `-v` with `--version` option.
  - Fix 26: Crash when not setting verbose option.
  - Print SYST and FEAT when -vv is passed
  - Accept list type options for `exclude` argument in CLI mode
  - Apply and enforce Black formatter
  - Fix 27: Download- and UploadSynchronizer honor `--delete` flag for all
  **NOTE:** default settings will no longer delete files for up- and downloads.


  **Note**: the command line options have changed:
  **Be careful with existing shell scripts after updating from v1.x!**
  **New Features:**
  - New `scan` command to list, purge, etc. remote targets.
  - Add FTPS (TLS) support.
  - Support Active FTP.
  - Support for `.netrc` files.
  - CLI returns defined error codes.
  - Use configurable logger for output when not in CLI mode.
  - Release as Wheel.
  **Breaking Changes:**
  - Write mode is now on by default.<br>
  The `-x`, `--execute` option was removed, use `--dry-run` instead.
  - `-f`, `--include-files` option was renamed to `-m`, `--match`.<br>
  `-o`, `--omit` option was renamed to `-x`, `--exclude`.
  - Modified format of `.pyftpsync-meta.json`.
  - Dropped support for Python 2.6 and 3.3.
  **Fixes and Improvements:**
  - Remove lock file on Ctrl-C.
  - Refactored and split into more modules.
  - Improved test framework and documentation.
  - Enforce PEP8, use flake8.


  - Add FTPS (TLS) support on Python 2.7/3.2+


  - Add conflict handling to upload and download commands
  - Move documentation to Read The Docs
  - Use tox for tests


  - Bi-directional synchronization
  - Detect conflicts if both targets are modified since last sync
  - Optional resolve strategy (e.g. always use local)
  - Distinguish whether a resource was added on local or removed on remote
  - Optionally prompt for username/password
  - Optionally store credentials in keyring
  - Custom password file (~/ is no longer supported
  - Colored output
  - Interactive mode
  - Renamed _pyftpsync-meta.json to .pyftpsync-meta.json
  - MSI installer for MS Windows


  - Fixes for py3


  - Improved progress info
  - Added `--progress` option


  First release