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Typeguard

2.9.1

- Fixed ``ImportError`` on Python < 3.8 where ``typing_extensions`` was not installed

2.9.0

- Upped the minimum Python version from 3.5.2 to 3.5.3
  - Added support for ``typing.NoReturn``
  - Added full support for ``typing_extensions`` (now equivalent to support of the ``typing`` module)
  - Added the option of supplying ``check_type()`` with globals/locals for correct resolution of
  forward references
  - Fixed erroneous ``TypeError`` when trying to check against non-runtime ``typing.Protocol``
  (skips the check for now until a proper compatibility check has been implemented)
  - Fixed forward references in ``TypedDict`` not being resolved
  - Fixed checking against recursive types

2.8.0

- Added support for the ``Mock`` and ``MagicMock`` types (PR by prescod)
  - Added support for ``typing_extensions.Literal`` (PR by Ryan Rowe)
  - Fixed unintended wrapping of untyped generators (PR by prescod)
  - Fixed checking against bound type variables with ``check_type()`` without a call memo
  - Fixed error message when checking against a ``Union`` containing a ``Literal``

2.7.1

- Fixed ``typechecked`` returning ``None`` when called with ``always=True`` and Python runs in
  optimized mode
  - Fixed performance regression introduced in v2.7.0 (the ``getattr_static()`` call was causing a 3x
  slowdown)

2.7.0

- Added support for ``typing.Protocol`` subclasses
  - Added support for ``typing.AbstractSet``
  - Fixed the handling of ``total=False`` in ``TypedDict``
  - Fixed no error reported on unknown keys with ``TypedDict``
  - Removed support of default values in ``TypedDict``, as they are not supported in the spec

2.6.1

- Fixed import errors when using the import hook and trying to import a module that has both a
  module docstring and ``__future__`` imports in it
  - Fixed ``AttributeError`` when using ``typechecked`` on a metaclass
  - Fixed ``typechecked`` compatibility with built-in function wrappers
  - Fixed type checking generator wrappers not being recognized as generators
  - Fixed resolution of forward references in certain cases (inner classes, function-local classes)
  - Fixed ``AttributeError`` when a class has contains a variable that is an instance of a class
  that has a ``__call__()`` method
  - Fixed class methods and static methods being wrapped incorrectly when ``typechecked`` is applied
  to the class
  - Fixed ``AttributeError`` when ``typechecked`` is applied to a function that has been decorated
  with a decorator that does not properly wrap the original (PR by Joel Beach)
  - Fixed collections with mixed value (or key) types raising ``TypeError`` on Python 3.7+ when
  matched against unparametrized annotations from the ``typing`` module
  - Fixed inadvertent ``TypeError`` when checking against a type variable that has constraints or
  a bound type expressed as a forward reference

2.6.0

- Added a :pep:`302` import hook for annotating functions and classes with ``typechecked``
  - Added a pytest plugin that activates the import hook
  - Added support for ``typing.TypedDict``
  - Deprecated ``TypeChecker`` (will be removed in v3.0)

2.5.1

- Fixed incompatibility between annotated ``Iterable``, ``Iterator``, ``AsyncIterable`` or
  ``AsyncIterator`` return types and generator/async generator functions
  - Fixed ``TypeError`` being wrapped inside another TypeError (PR by russok)

2.5.0

- Added yield type checking via ``TypeChecker`` for regular generators
  - Added yield, send and return type checking via ``typechecked`` for regular and async generators
  - Silenced ``TypeChecker`` warnings about async generators
  - Fixed bogus ``TypeError`` on ``Type[Any]``
  - Fixed bogus ``TypeChecker`` warnings when an exception is raised from a type checked function
  - Accept a ``bytearray`` where ``bytes`` are expected, as per `python/typing552`_
  - Added policies for dealing with unmatched forward references
  - Added support for using ``typechecked`` as a class decorator
  - Added ``check_return_type()`` to accompany ``check_argument_types()``
  - Added Sphinx documentation
  
  .. _python/typing552: https://github.com/python/typing/issues/552

2.4.1

- Fixed broken packaging configuration

2.4.0

- Added :pep:`561` support
  - Added support for empty tuples (``Tuple[()]``)
  - Added support for ``typing.Literal``
  - Make getting the caller frame faster (PR by Nick Sweeting)

2.3.1

- Fixed thread safety issue with the type hints cache (PR by Kelsey Francis)

2.3.0

- Added support for ``typing.IO`` and derivatives
  - Fixed return type checking for coroutine functions
  - Dropped support for Python 3.4

2.2.2

- Fixed false positive when checking a callable against the plain ``typing.Callable`` on Python 3.7

2.2.1

- Argument type annotations are no longer unioned with the types of their default values, except in
  the case of ``None`` as the default value (although PEP 484 still recommends against this)
  - Fixed some generic types (``typing.Collection`` among others) producing false negatives on
  Python 3.7
  - Shortened unnecessarily long tracebacks by raising a new ``TypeError`` based on the old one
  - Allowed type checking against arbitrary types by removing the requirement to supply a call memo
  to ``check_type()``
  - Fixed ``AttributeError`` when running with the pydev debugger extension installed
  - Fixed getting type names on ``typing.*`` on Python 3.7 (fix by Dale Jung)

2.2.0

- Fixed compatibility with Python 3.7
  - Removed support for Python 3.3
  - Added support for ``typing.NewType`` (contributed by reinhrst)

2.1.4

- Removed support for backports.typing, as it has been removed from PyPI
  - Fixed checking of the numeric tower (complex -> float -> int) according to PEP 484

2.1.3

- Fixed type checks against generic classes

2.1.2

- Fixed leak of function objects (should've used a ``WeakValueDictionary`` instead of
  ``WeakKeyDictionary``)
  - Fixed obscure failure of TypeChecker when it's unable to find the function object
  - Fixed parametrized ``Type`` not working with type variables
  - Fixed type checks against variable positional and keyword arguments

2.1.1

- Fixed formatting of README.rst so it renders properly on PyPI

2.1.0

- Added support for ``typings.Type`` (available in Python 3.5.2+)
  - Added a third, ``sys.setprofile()`` based type checking approach (``typeguard.TypeChecker``)
  - Changed certain type error messages to display "function" instead of the function's qualified
  name

2.0.2

- More Python 3.6 compatibility fixes (along with a broader test suite)

2.0.1

- Fixed additional Python 3.6 compatibility issues

2.0.0

- **BACKWARD INCOMPATIBLE** Dropped Python 3.2 support
  - Fixed incompatibility with Python 3.6
  - Use ``inspect.signature()`` in place of ``inspect.getfullargspec``
  - Added support for ``typing.NamedTuple``

1.2.3

- Fixed ``typechecked`` skipping the check of return value type when the type annotation was
  ``None``

1.2.2

- Fixed checking of homogenous Tuple declarations (``Tuple[bool, ...]``)

1.2.1

- Use ``backports.typing`` when possible to get new features on older Pythons
  - Fixed incompatibility with Python 3.5.2

1.2.0

- Fixed argument counting when a class is checked against a Callable specification
  - Fixed argument counting when a functools.partial object is checked against a Callable
  specification
  - Added checks against mandatory keyword-only arguments when checking against a Callable
  specification

1.1.3

- Gracefully exit if ``check_type_arguments`` can't find a reference to the current function

1.1.2

- Fixed TypeError when checking a builtin function against a parametrized Callable

1.1.1

- Fixed improper argument counting with bound methods when typechecking callables

1.1.0

- Eliminated the need to pass a reference to the currently executing function to
  ``check_argument_types()``

1.0.2

- Fixed types of default argument values not being considered as valid for the argument

1.0.1

- Fixed type hints retrieval being done for the wrong callable in cases where the callable was
  wrapped with one or more decorators

1.0.0

- Initial release