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Almost ready for the 1.8.0rc1 release.
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change version number in readme to 1.8.0pre
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Switching svn to cvs in readme.
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documentation revisions from Dan Richter
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version changes for 1.7.1 rc3 release
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Fixed typo in readme contributor names
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update docs
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rect setters
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image.frombuffer
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SysFont style fix
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Overlay objects added
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import fixes
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transform.chop added
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Chad Lester's work on sndarray
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movie rewind
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remove old python support
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prep for 1.6
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Removed legacy OS X support
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filelike read fix
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ready for 1.5.6
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doc cleanups
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1.5.5 updates
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darwin patch
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queue music and sounds
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ready for 1.5.3
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cursor and movie updates
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load xbm without spaces
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1.5.2 release
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CD.play fix
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unicode cleanups
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