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python-future - single-source support for Python 3 and 2 - Python 2.x

Future is the missing compatibility layer between Python 2 and Python 3. It allows one to use a single, clean Python 3.x-compatible codebase to support both Python 2 and Python 3 with minimal overhead.
The imports have no effect on Python 3. On Python 2, they shadow the corresponding builtins, which normally have different semantics on Python 3 versus 2, to provide their Python 3 semantics.
This package contains the Python 2.x module.
0.18.2
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Arch iconArch rolling community/osxz0.18.2-2Nov 14658 kiB3.69 MiB
Debian iconDebian 10.0 buster/maindeb0.16.0-1Feb 05340 kiB1.67 MiB
Debian iconDebian 9.0 stretch/maindeb0.15.2-42017-11-10339 kiB1.67 MiB
Manjaro iconManjaro rolling stable/communityxz0.17.1-1Jan 14651 kiB3.69 MiB
Manjaro iconManjaro rolling testing/communityxz0.17.1-1Jan 14651 kiB3.69 MiB
Manjaro iconManjaro rolling unstable/communityxz0.17.1-1Jan 14651 kiB3.69 MiB
OpenSUSE iconOpenSUSE Leap 42.3 ossrpm0.15.2-4.2Jan 17641 kiB2.86 MiBhttp://bugs.opensuse.org
Ubuntu iconUbuntu 17.10 artful/maindeb0.15.2-4ubuntu12017-11-10328 kiB1.66 MiB
Ubuntu iconUbuntu 18.04 LTS bionic/maindeb0.15.2-4ubuntu22018-06-12327 kiB1.66 MiB
Ubuntu iconUbuntu 18.10 cosmic/maindeb0.15.2-5Jan 14327 kiB1.66 MiB
Ubuntu iconUbuntu 19.04 disco/universedeb0.16.0-1Jan 31328 kiB1.66 MiB
Ubuntu iconUbuntu 19.10 eoan/universedeb0.16.0-1Jun 17328 kiB1.66 MiB
Ubuntu iconUbuntu 16.04 LTS xenial/universedeb0.15.2-12017-11-10327 kiB1.66 MiB

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Arch rolling community/os: Updated from 0.18.2-1 to 0.18.2-2

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Arch rolling community-staging/os: Updated from 0.18.1-3 to 0.18.2-2

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Arch rolling community/os: Updated from 0.18.1-1 to 0.18.2-1

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Arch rolling community-staging/os: Updated from 0.18.1-2 to 0.18.1-3

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Arch rolling community-staging/os: Version 0.18.1-2 introduced

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Arch rolling community/os: Updated from 0.18.0-1 to 0.18.1-1

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Arch rolling community/os: Updated from 0.17.1-1 to 0.18.0-1

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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 reintroduced

Oct 10
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  • Standards-Version: 4.3.0
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 removed

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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 reintroduced

Oct 10
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  • New upstream version
  • Standards-Version: 4.3.0
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 removed

Oct 10
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Sep 25
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  • New upstream version
  • Standards-Version: 4.3.0
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 removed

Sep 25
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 reintroduced

Sep 25
  • Team upload.
  • New upstream version
  • Standards-Version: 4.3.0
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 removed

Sep 25
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 reintroduced

Sep 06
  • Team upload.
  • New upstream version
  • Standards-Version: 4.3.0
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Ubuntu 19.10 eoan/universe: Version 0.16.0-1 removed

Sep 06

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