ANN: Urwid 0.9.8.4 - Console UI Library

Discussion in 'Python' started by Ian Ward, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. Ian Ward

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    Announcing Urwid 0.9.8.4
    ------------------------

    Urwid home page:
    http://excess.org/urwid/

    Tarball:
    http://excess.org/urwid/urwid-0.9.8.4.tar.gz

    RSS:
    http://excess.org/feeds/tag/urwid/


    About this release:
    ===================

    This is a maintenance release that adds compatibility with Python 2.6
    and fixes a number of bugs.


    New in this release:
    ====================

    * Fixed incompatibilities with Python 2.6 (by Friedrich Weber)

    * Fixed a SimpleListWalker with emptied list bug (found by Walter
    Mundt)

    * Fixed a curses_display stop()/start() bug (found by Christian
    Scharkus)

    * Fixed an is_wide_character() segfault on bad input data bug
    (by Andrew Psaltis)

    * Fixed a CanvasCache with render() used in both a widget and its
    superclass bug (found by Andrew Psaltis)

    * Fixed a ListBox.ends_visible() on empty list bug (found by Marc
    Hartstein)

    * Fixed a tutorial example bug (found by Kurtis D. Rader)

    * Fixed an Overlay.keypress() bug (found by Andreas Klöckner)

    * Fixed setuptools configuration (by Andreas Klöckner)


    About Urwid
    ===========

    Urwid is a console UI library for Python. It features fluid interface
    resizing, UTF-8 support, multiple text layouts, simple attribute markup,
    powerful scrolling list boxes and flexible interface design.

    Urwid is released under the GNU LGPL.
    Ian Ward, Mar 13, 2009
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