[Bug 741886] [NEW] Sync python3-defaults 3.2-1 (main) from Debian experimental (main)

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Thu Mar 24 16:57:18 UTC 2011

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Please sync python3-defaults 3.2-1 (main) from Debian experimental

Explanation of the Ubuntu delta and why it can be dropped:
The only Ubuntu delta was a cherrypick from Debian experimental, so there is
no Ubuntu delta to maintain.  In addition to bug fixes for dh_python3 and
py3compile, this will also make our python3 version match the default upstream
version of our default python3 (3.2).

Changelog entries since current natty version 3.2~rc1-2ubuntu1:

python3-defaults (3.2-1) experimental; urgency=low

  [ Piotr Ożarowski ]
  * dh_python3 and py3compile: read /usr/share/python3/debian_defaults to get
    default Python 3 version and a list of supported Python 3 versions
  * py3compile:
    - let py_compile.py warn about syntax errors again
  * dh_python3:
    - fix checking shebangs in private directories (executable bit wasn't
      checked correctly)
    - private modules without extensions will not cause FTBFS anymore
      (closes: 617358, thanks to IRIE Shinsuke for the patch)
    - generate "python3 (>= 3.X), python3 (<< 3.Y)" dependencies if package
      provides public extensions
    - make egg-info files/dirs searches case insensitive

  [ Scott Kitterman ]
  * More Python/Python 3 in package descriptions

 -- Scott Kitterman <scott at kitterman.com>  Wed, 23 Mar 2011 22:48:56

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** Affects: python3-defaults (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Wishlist
         Status: Confirmed

Sync python3-defaults 3.2-1 (main) from Debian experimental (main)
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