pylibftdi / setup.py

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Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
prepare for 0.11 release
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
general tidy-ups
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
set version to 0.11.0pre
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
update version to 0.10.3, various doc updates
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
update for 0.10.2
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0.10.2
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
further install fixes - add pylibftdi.examples as subpackage in setup.py
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0.10.1
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
prepare v0.10.1 maintenance
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
and update setup.py to reflect README name
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0.10
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
get ready for 0.10 release
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
readme.txt -> .rst; finish move of .driver to .device in util.Bus
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
re-arrange tests & docs; bump to 0.10pre
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
prepare for release 0.9
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release 0.9
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
add initial sphinx docs
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
test updates and refactoring
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
add initial test framework, flush methods, open by desc
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
add long_description to setup.py
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
partway through supporting 0.7 multiple devices
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
updated to 0.6 - support for Python 3
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
updates, refactoring, pyflakes fixes
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
fix that I deleted __init__.py before previous commit. oops.
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
v0.4 - some actual error checking, fix issue on linux
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
add examples, update setup script
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
up version to 0.2 to reflect interface changes
Ben Bass avatarBen Bass
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