1.10.0 (2023-12-15)

  • Added Python 3.12 wheels.

  • Dropped support for Python 3.7.

  • Applied some reformatting and lint fixes using ruff to the codebase (mostly more Python 2 leftover cleanups).

1.9.0 (2023-01-04)

  • Added support for matrix multiplication operator (@).

  • Should have all the wheels now (including the manylinux ones).

  • Bumped minimum version requirements for setuptools and setuptools-scm.

  • Switched the default pure python fallback implementation to the “simple” one (when you from lazy_object_proxy import Proxy and the C extension is not available). Previously the “slots” implementation was used but as it turns out it is slower on Python 3.

1.8.0 (2022-10-26)

  • Cleaned up use of cPickle. Contributed by Sandro Tosi in #62.

  • Cleaned up more dead Python 2 code.

  • Added Python 3.11 wheels.

  • Dropped support for Python 3.6.

1.7.1 (2021-12-15)

  • Removed most of the Python 2 support code and fixed python_requires to require at least Python 3.6.

    Note that 1.7.0 has been yanked because it could not install on Python 2.7. Installing lazy-object-proxy on Python 2.7 should automatically fall back to the 1.6.0 release now.

1.7.0 (2021-12-15)

  • Switched CI to GitHub Actions, this has a couple consequences:

    • Support for Python 2.7 is dropped. You can still install it there but it’s not tested anymore and Python 2 specific handling will be removed at some point.

    • Linux wheels are now provided in musllinux and manylinux2014 variants.

  • Fixed __index__ to fallback to int if the wrapped object doesn’t have an __index__ method. This prevents situations where code using a proxy would otherwise likely just call int had the object not have an __index__ method.

1.6.0 (2021-03-22)

  • Added support for async special methods (__aiter__, __anext__, __await__, __aenter__, __aexit__). These are used in the async for, await` and ``async with statements.

    Note that __await__ returns a wrapper that tries to emulate the crazy stuff going on in the ceval loop, so there will be a small performance overhead.

  • Added the __resolved__ property. You can use it to check if the factory has been called.

1.5.2 (2020-11-26)

  • Added Python 3.9 wheels.

  • Removed Python 2.7 Windows wheels (not supported on newest image with Python 3.9).

1.5.1 (2020-07-22)

  • Added ARM64 wheels (manylinux2014).

1.5.0 (2020-06-05)

  • Added support for __fspath__.

  • Dropped support for Python 3.4.

1.4.3 (2019-10-26)

  • Added binary wheels for Python 3.8.

  • Fixed license metadata.

1.4.2 (2019-08-22)

  • Included a pyproject.toml to allow users install the sdist with old python/setuptools, as the setuptools-scm dep will be fetched by pip instead of setuptools. Fixes #30.

1.4.1 (2019-05-10)

  • Fixed wheels being built with -coverage cflags. No more issues about bogus cext.gcda files.

  • Removed useless C file from wheels.

  • Changed to use setuptools-scm.

1.4.0 (2019-05-05)

  • Fixed __mod__ for the slots backend. Contributed by Ran Benita in #28.

  • Dropped support for Python 2.6 and 3.3. Contributed by “hugovk” in #24.

1.3.1 (2017-05-05)

  • Fix broken release (sdist had a broken

1.3.0 (2017-05-02)

  • Speed up arithmetic operations involving cext.Proxy subclasses.

1.2.2 (2016-04-14)

  • Added manylinux wheels.

  • Minor cleanup in readme.

1.2.1 (2015-08-18)

  • Fix a memory leak (the wrapped object would get bogus references). Contributed by Astrum Kuo in #10.

1.2.0 (2015-07-06)

  • Don’t instantiate the object when __repr__ is called. This aids with debugging (allows one to see exactly in what state the proxy is).

1.1.0 (2015-07-05)

  • Added support for pickling. The pickled value is going to be the wrapped object without any Proxy container.

  • Fixed a memory management issue in the C extension (reference cycles weren’t garbage collected due to improper handling in the C extension). Contributed by Alvin Chow in #8.

1.0.2 (2015-04-11)

  • First release on PyPI.