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* [PR PATCH] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
@ 2021-02-20  1:31 heliocat
  2021-02-20 20:08 ` ericonr
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There is a new pull request by heliocat against master on the void-packages repository

https://github.com/heliocat/void-packages beautifulsoup
https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902

python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
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Updating some low-hanging fruit

A patch file from https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902.patch is attached

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From b100a20086c4fff2b7123d062dddd93a80ff23bc Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Colin Booth <colin@heliocat.net>
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2021 00:47:33 -0800
Subject: [PATCH] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3

---
 srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template | 6 +++---
 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
index 66ba690cf36..91eecb391b3 100644
--- a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
+++ b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 # Template file for 'python3-BeautifulSoup4'
 pkgname=python3-BeautifulSoup4
-version=4.8.2
-revision=3
+version=4.9.3
+revision=1
 wrksrc="beautifulsoup4-${version}"
 build_style=python3-module
 hostmakedepends="python3-setuptools"
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ maintainer="Orphaned <orphan@voidlinux.org>"
 license="MIT"
 homepage="https://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup"
 distfiles="${PYPI_SITE}/b/beautifulsoup4/beautifulsoup4-${version}.tar.gz"
-checksum=05fd825eb01c290877657a56df4c6e4c311b3965bda790c613a3d6fb01a5462a
+checksum=84729e322ad1d5b4d25f805bfa05b902dd96450f43842c4e99067d5e1369eb25
 
 do_check() {
 	:

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* Re: python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
  2021-02-20  1:31 [PR PATCH] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3 heliocat
@ 2021-02-20 20:08 ` ericonr
  2021-02-20 22:24 ` [PR PATCH] [Updated] " heliocat
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New comment by ericonr on void-packages repository

https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902#issuecomment-782742094

Comment:
Please add a changelog https://bazaar.launchpad.net/%7Eleonardr/beautifulsoup/bs4/view/head:/CHANGELOG

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* Re: [PR PATCH] [Updated] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
  2021-02-20  1:31 [PR PATCH] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3 heliocat
  2021-02-20 20:08 ` ericonr
@ 2021-02-20 22:24 ` heliocat
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There is an updated pull request by heliocat against master on the void-packages repository

https://github.com/heliocat/void-packages beautifulsoup
https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902

python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
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Updating some low-hanging fruit

A patch file from https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902.patch is attached

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From d5b8b69d23038a42460f89ed00f3a45a467be7d9 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Colin Booth <colin@heliocat.net>
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2021 00:47:33 -0800
Subject: [PATCH] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3

---
 srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/CHANGELOG | 1547 ++++++++++++++++++++++
 srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template  |    6 +-
 2 files changed, 1550 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
 create mode 100644 srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/CHANGELOG

diff --git a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/CHANGELOG b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/CHANGELOG
new file mode 100644
index 00000000000..625bb34c42b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/CHANGELOG
@@ -0,0 +1,1547 @@
+= 4.9.3 (20201003)
+
+* Implemented a significant performance optimization to the process of
+  searching the parse tree. Patch by Morotti. [bug=1898212]
+
+= 4.9.2 (20200926)
+
+* Fixed a bug that caused too many tags to be popped from the tag
+  stack during tree building, when encountering a closing tag that had
+  no matching opening tag. [bug=1880420]
+
+* Fixed a bug that inconsistently moved elements over when passing
+  a Tag, rather than a list, into Tag.extend(). [bug=1885710]
+
+* Specify the soupsieve dependency in a way that complies with
+  PEP 508. Patch by Mike Nerone. [bug=1893696]
+
+* Change the signatures for BeautifulSoup.insert_before and insert_after
+  (which are not implemented) to match PageElement.insert_before and
+  insert_after, quieting warnings in some IDEs. [bug=1897120]
+
+= 4.9.1 (20200517)
+
+* Added a keyword argument 'on_duplicate_attribute' to the
+  BeautifulSoupHTMLParser constructor (used by the html.parser tree
+  builder) which lets you customize the handling of markup that
+  contains the same attribute more than once, as in:
+  <a href="url1" href="url2"> [bug=1878209]
+
+* Added a distinct subclass, GuessedAtParserWarning, for the warning
+  issued when BeautifulSoup is instantiated without a parser being
+  specified. [bug=1873787]
+
+* Added a distinct subclass, MarkupResemblesLocatorWarning, for the
+  warning issued when BeautifulSoup is instantiated with 'markup' that
+  actually seems to be a URL or the path to a file on
+  disk. [bug=1873787]
+
+* The new NavigableString subclasses (Stylesheet, Script, and
+  TemplateString) can now be imported directly from the bs4 package.
+
+* If you encode a document with a Python-specific encoding like
+  'unicode_escape', that encoding is no longer mentioned in the final
+  XML or HTML document. Instead, encoding information is omitted or
+  left blank. [bug=1874955]
+
+* Fixed test failures when run against soupselect 2.0. Patch by Tomáš
+  Chvátal. [bug=1872279]
+
+= 4.9.0 (20200405)
+
+* Added PageElement.decomposed, a new property which lets you
+  check whether you've already called decompose() on a Tag or
+  NavigableString.
+
+* Embedded CSS and Javascript is now stored in distinct Stylesheet and
+  Script tags, which are ignored by methods like get_text() since most
+  people don't consider this sort of content to be 'text'. This
+  feature is not supported by the html5lib treebuilder. [bug=1868861]
+
+* Added a Russian translation by 'authoress' to the repository.
+
+* Fixed an unhandled exception when formatting a Tag that had been
+  decomposed.[bug=1857767]
+
+* Fixed a bug that happened when passing a Unicode filename containing
+  non-ASCII characters as markup into Beautiful Soup, on a system that
+  allows Unicode filenames. [bug=1866717]
+
+* Added a performance optimization to PageElement.extract(). Patch by
+  Arthur Darcet.
+
+= 4.8.2 (20191224)
+
+* Added Python docstrings to all public methods of the most commonly
+  used classes.
+
+* Added a Chinese translation by Deron Wang and a Brazilian Portuguese
+  translation by Cezar Peixeiro to the repository.
+
+* Fixed two deprecation warnings. Patches by Colin
+  Watson and Nicholas Neumann. [bug=1847592] [bug=1855301]
+
+* The html.parser tree builder now correctly handles DOCTYPEs that are
+  not uppercase. [bug=1848401]
+
+* PageElement.select() now returns a ResultSet rather than a regular
+  list, making it consistent with methods like find_all().
+
+= 4.8.1 (20191006)
+
+* When the html.parser or html5lib parsers are in use, Beautiful Soup
+  will, by default, record the position in the original document where
+  each tag was encountered. This includes line number (Tag.sourceline)
+  and position within a line (Tag.sourcepos).  Based on code by Chris
+  Mayo. [bug=1742921]
+
+* When instantiating a BeautifulSoup object, it's now possible to
+   provide a dictionary ('element_classes') of the classes you'd like to be
+   instantiated instead of Tag, NavigableString, etc.
+
+* Fixed the definition of the default XML namespace when using
+   lxml 4.4. Patch by Isaac Muse. [bug=1840141]
+
+* Fixed a crash when pretty-printing tags that were not created
+   during initial parsing. [bug=1838903]
+
+* Copying a Tag preserves information that was originally obtained from
+   the TreeBuilder used to build the original Tag. [bug=1838903]
+
+* Raise an explanatory exception when the underlying parser
+   completely rejects the incoming markup. [bug=1838877]
+
+* Avoid a crash when trying to detect the declared encoding of a
+   Unicode document. [bug=1838877]
+
+* Avoid a crash when unpickling certain parse trees generated
+   using html5lib on Python 3. [bug=1843545]
+
+= 4.8.0 (20190720, "One Small Soup")
+
+This release focuses on making it easier to customize Beautiful Soup's
+input mechanism (the TreeBuilder) and output mechanism (the Formatter).
+
+* You can customize the TreeBuilder object by passing keyword
+  arguments into the BeautifulSoup constructor. Those keyword
+  arguments will be passed along into the TreeBuilder constructor.
+
+  The main reason to do this right now is to change how which
+  attributes are treated as multi-valued attributes (the way 'class'
+  is treated by default). You can do this with the
+  'multi_valued_attributes' argument. [bug=1832978]
+
+* The role of Formatter objects has been greatly expanded. The Formatter
+  class now controls the following:
+
+  - The function to call to perform entity substitution. (This was
+    previously Formatter's only job.)
+  - Which tags should be treated as containing CDATA and have their
+    contents exempt from entity substitution.
+  - The order in which a tag's attributes are output. [bug=1812422]
+  - Whether or not to put a '/' inside a void element, e.g. '<br/>' vs '<br>'
+
+  All preexisting code should work as before.
+
+* Added a new method to the API, Tag.smooth(), which consolidates
+  multiple adjacent NavigableString elements. [bug=1697296]
+
+* &apos; (which is valid in XML, XHTML, and HTML 5, but not HTML 4) is always
+  recognized as a named entity and converted to a single quote. [bug=1818721]
+
+= 4.7.1 (20190106)
+
+* Fixed a significant performance problem introduced in 4.7.0. [bug=1810617]
+
+* Fixed an incorrectly raised exception when inserting a tag before or
+  after an identical tag. [bug=1810692]
+
+* Beautiful Soup will no longer try to keep track of namespaces that
+  are not defined with a prefix; this can confuse soupselect. [bug=1810680]
+
+* Tried even harder to avoid the deprecation warning originally fixed in
+   4.6.1. [bug=1778909]
+
+= 4.7.0 (20181231)
+
+* Beautiful Soup's CSS Selector implementation has been replaced by a
+  dependency on Isaac Muse's SoupSieve project (the soupsieve package
+  on PyPI). The good news is that SoupSieve has a much more robust and
+  complete implementation of CSS selectors, resolving a large number
+  of longstanding issues. The bad news is that from this point onward,
+  SoupSieve must be installed if you want to use the select() method.
+
+  You don't have to change anything lf you installed Beautiful Soup
+  through pip (SoupSieve will be automatically installed when you
+  upgrade Beautiful Soup) or if you don't use CSS selectors from
+  within Beautiful Soup.
+
+  SoupSieve documentation: https://facelessuser.github.io/soupsieve/
+
+* Added the PageElement.extend() method, which works like list.append().
+   [bug=1514970]
+
+* PageElement.insert_before() and insert_after() now take a variable
+   number of arguments. [bug=1514970]
+
+* Fix a number of problems with the tree builder that caused
+  trees that were superficially okay, but which fell apart when bits
+  were extracted. Patch by Isaac Muse. [bug=1782928,1809910]
+
+* Fixed a problem with the tree builder in which elements that
+  contained no content (such as empty comments and all-whitespace
+  elements) were not being treated as part of the tree. Patch by Isaac
+  Muse. [bug=1798699]
+
+* Fixed a problem with multi-valued attributes where the value
+  contained whitespace. Thanks to Jens Svalgaard for the
+  fix. [bug=1787453]
+
+* Clarified ambiguous license statements in the source code. Beautiful
+  Soup is released under the MIT license, and has been since 4.4.0.
+
+* This file has been renamed from NEWS.txt to CHANGELOG.
+
+= 4.6.3 (20180812)
+
+* Exactly the same as 4.6.2. Re-released to make the README file
+  render properly on PyPI.
+
+= 4.6.2 (20180812)
+
+* Fix an exception when a custom formatter was asked to format a void
+  element. [bug=1784408]
+
+= 4.6.1 (20180728)
+
+* Stop data loss when encountering an empty numeric entity, and
+  possibly in other cases.  Thanks to tos.kamiya for the fix. [bug=1698503]
+
+* Preserve XML namespaces introduced inside an XML document, not just
+   the ones introduced at the top level. [bug=1718787]
+
+* Added a new formatter, "html5", which represents void elements
+   as "<element>" rather than "<element/>".  [bug=1716272]
+
+* Fixed a problem where the html.parser tree builder interpreted
+  a string like "&foo " as the character entity "&foo;"  [bug=1728706]
+
+* Correctly handle invalid HTML numeric character entities like &#147;
+  which reference code points that are not Unicode code points. Note
+  that this is only fixed when Beautiful Soup is used with the
+  html.parser parser -- html5lib already worked and I couldn't fix it
+  with lxml.  [bug=1782933]
+
+* Improved the warning given when no parser is specified. [bug=1780571]
+
+* When markup contains duplicate elements, a select() call that
+  includes multiple match clauses will match all relevant
+  elements. [bug=1770596]
+
+* Fixed code that was causing deprecation warnings in recent Python 3
+  versions. Includes a patch from Ville Skyttä. [bug=1778909] [bug=1689496]
+
+* Fixed a Windows crash in diagnose() when checking whether a long
+  markup string is a filename. [bug=1737121]
+
+* Stopped HTMLParser from raising an exception in very rare cases of
+  bad markup. [bug=1708831]
+
+* Fixed a bug where find_all() was not working when asked to find a
+  tag with a namespaced name in an XML document that was parsed as
+  HTML. [bug=1723783]
+
+* You can get finer control over formatting by subclassing
+  bs4.element.Formatter and passing a Formatter instance into (e.g.)
+  encode(). [bug=1716272]
+
+* You can pass a dictionary of `attrs` into
+  BeautifulSoup.new_tag. This makes it possible to create a tag with
+  an attribute like 'name' that would otherwise be masked by another
+  argument of new_tag. [bug=1779276]
+
+* Clarified the deprecation warning when accessing tag.fooTag, to cover
+  the possibility that you might really have been looking for a tag
+  called 'fooTag'.
+
+= 4.6.0 (20170507) =
+
+* Added the `Tag.get_attribute_list` method, which acts like `Tag.get` for
+  getting the value of an attribute, but which always returns a list,
+  whether or not the attribute is a multi-value attribute. [bug=1678589]
+
+* It's now possible to use a tag's namespace prefix when searching,
+  e.g. soup.find('namespace:tag') [bug=1655332]
+
+* Improved the handling of empty-element tags like <br> when using the
+  html.parser parser. [bug=1676935]
+
+* HTML parsers treat all HTML4 and HTML5 empty element tags (aka void
+  element tags) correctly. [bug=1656909]
+
+* Namespace prefix is preserved when an XML tag is copied. Thanks
+  to Vikas for a patch and test. [bug=1685172]
+
+= 4.5.3 (20170102) =
+
+* Fixed foster parenting when html5lib is the tree builder. Thanks to
+  Geoffrey Sneddon for a patch and test.
+  
+* Fixed yet another problem that caused the html5lib tree builder to
+  create a disconnected parse tree. [bug=1629825]
+
+= 4.5.2 (20170102) =
+
+* Apart from the version number, this release is identical to
+  4.5.3. Due to user error, it could not be completely uploaded to
+  PyPI. Use 4.5.3 instead.
+
+= 4.5.1 (20160802) =
+
+* Fixed a crash when passing Unicode markup that contained a
+  processing instruction into the lxml HTML parser on Python
+  3. [bug=1608048]
+
+= 4.5.0 (20160719) =
+
+* Beautiful Soup is no longer compatible with Python 2.6. This
+  actually happened a few releases ago, but it's now official.
+
+* Beautiful Soup will now work with versions of html5lib greater than
+  0.99999999. [bug=1603299]
+
+* If a search against each individual value of a multi-valued
+  attribute fails, the search will be run one final time against the
+  complete attribute value considered as a single string. That is, if
+  a tag has class="foo bar" and neither "foo" nor "bar" matches, but
+  "foo bar" does, the tag is now considered a match.
+
+  This happened in previous versions, but only when the value being
+  searched for was a string. Now it also works when that value is
+  a regular expression, a list of strings, etc. [bug=1476868]
+
+* Fixed a bug that deranged the tree when a whitespace element was
+  reparented into a tag that contained an identical whitespace
+  element. [bug=1505351]
+
+* Added support for CSS selector values that contain quoted spaces,
+  such as tag[style="display: foo"]. [bug=1540588]
+
+* Corrected handling of XML processing instructions. [bug=1504393]
+
+* Corrected an encoding error that happened when a BeautifulSoup
+  object was copied. [bug=1554439]
+
+* The contents of <textarea> tags will no longer be modified when the
+  tree is prettified. [bug=1555829]
+
+* When a BeautifulSoup object is pickled but its tree builder cannot
+  be pickled, its .builder attribute is set to None instead of being
+  destroyed. This avoids a performance problem once the object is
+  unpickled. [bug=1523629]
+
+* Specify the file and line number when warning about a
+  BeautifulSoup object being instantiated without a parser being
+  specified. [bug=1574647]
+
+* The `limit` argument to `select()` now works correctly, though it's
+  not implemented very efficiently. [bug=1520530]
+
+* Fixed a Python 3 ByteWarning when a URL was passed in as though it
+  were markup. Thanks to James Salter for a patch and
+  test. [bug=1533762]
+
+* We don't run the check for a filename passed in as markup if the
+  'filename' contains a less-than character; the less-than character
+  indicates it's most likely a very small document. [bug=1577864]
+
+= 4.4.1 (20150928) =
+
+* Fixed a bug that deranged the tree when part of it was
+  removed. Thanks to Eric Weiser for the patch and John Wiseman for a
+  test. [bug=1481520]
+
+* Fixed a parse bug with the html5lib tree-builder. Thanks to Roel
+  Kramer for the patch. [bug=1483781]
+
+* Improved the implementation of CSS selector grouping. Thanks to
+  Orangain for the patch. [bug=1484543]
+
+* Fixed the test_detect_utf8 test so that it works when chardet is
+  installed. [bug=1471359]
+
+* Corrected the output of Declaration objects. [bug=1477847]
+
+
+= 4.4.0 (20150703) =
+
+Especially important changes:
+
+* Added a warning when you instantiate a BeautifulSoup object without
+  explicitly naming a parser. [bug=1398866]
+
+* __repr__ now returns an ASCII bytestring in Python 2, and a Unicode
+  string in Python 3, instead of a UTF8-encoded bytestring in both
+  versions. In Python 3, __str__ now returns a Unicode string instead
+  of a bytestring. [bug=1420131]
+
+* The `text` argument to the find_* methods is now called `string`,
+  which is more accurate. `text` still works, but `string` is the
+  argument described in the documentation. `text` may eventually
+  change its meaning, but not for a very long time. [bug=1366856]
+
+* Changed the way soup objects work under copy.copy(). Copying a
+  NavigableString or a Tag will give you a new NavigableString that's
+  equal to the old one but not connected to the parse tree. Patch by
+  Martijn Peters. [bug=1307490]
+
+* Started using a standard MIT license. [bug=1294662]
+
+* Added a Chinese translation of the documentation by Delong .w.
+
+New features:
+
+* Introduced the select_one() method, which uses a CSS selector but
+  only returns the first match, instead of a list of
+  matches. [bug=1349367]
+
+* You can now create a Tag object without specifying a
+  TreeBuilder. Patch by Martijn Pieters. [bug=1307471]
+
+* You can now create a NavigableString or a subclass just by invoking
+  the constructor. [bug=1294315]
+
+* Added an `exclude_encodings` argument to UnicodeDammit and to the
+  Beautiful Soup constructor, which lets you prohibit the detection of
+  an encoding that you know is wrong. [bug=1469408]
+
+* The select() method now supports selector grouping. Patch by
+  Francisco Canas [bug=1191917]
+
+Bug fixes:
+
+* Fixed yet another problem that caused the html5lib tree builder to
+  create a disconnected parse tree. [bug=1237763]
+
+* Force object_was_parsed() to keep the tree intact even when an element
+  from later in the document is moved into place. [bug=1430633]
+
+* Fixed yet another bug that caused a disconnected tree when html5lib
+  copied an element from one part of the tree to another. [bug=1270611]
+
+* Fixed a bug where Element.extract() could create an infinite loop in
+  the remaining tree.
+
+* The select() method can now find tags whose names contain
+  dashes. Patch by Francisco Canas. [bug=1276211]
+
+* The select() method can now find tags with attributes whose names
+  contain dashes. Patch by Marek Kapolka. [bug=1304007]
+
+* Improved the lxml tree builder's handling of processing
+  instructions. [bug=1294645]
+
+* Restored the helpful syntax error that happens when you try to
+  import the Python 2 edition of Beautiful Soup under Python
+  3. [bug=1213387]
+
+* In Python 3.4 and above, set the new convert_charrefs argument to
+  the html.parser constructor to avoid a warning and future
+  failures. Patch by Stefano Revera. [bug=1375721]
+
+* The warning when you pass in a filename or URL as markup will now be
+  displayed correctly even if the filename or URL is a Unicode
+  string. [bug=1268888]
+
+* If the initial <html> tag contains a CDATA list attribute such as
+  'class', the html5lib tree builder will now turn its value into a
+  list, as it would with any other tag. [bug=1296481]
+
+* Fixed an import error in Python 3.5 caused by the removal of the
+  HTMLParseError class. [bug=1420063]
+
+* Improved docstring for encode_contents() and
+  decode_contents(). [bug=1441543]
+
+* Fixed a crash in Unicode, Dammit's encoding detector when the name
+  of the encoding itself contained invalid bytes. [bug=1360913]
+
+* Improved the exception raised when you call .unwrap() or
+  .replace_with() on an element that's not attached to a tree.
+
+* Raise a NotImplementedError whenever an unsupported CSS pseudoclass
+  is used in select(). Previously some cases did not result in a
+  NotImplementedError.
+
+* It's now possible to pickle a BeautifulSoup object no matter which
+  tree builder was used to create it. However, the only tree builder
+  that survives the pickling process is the HTMLParserTreeBuilder
+  ('html.parser'). If you unpickle a BeautifulSoup object created with
+  some other tree builder, soup.builder will be None. [bug=1231545]
+
+= 4.3.2 (20131002) =
+
+* Fixed a bug in which short Unicode input was improperly encoded to
+  ASCII when checking whether or not it was the name of a file on
+  disk. [bug=1227016]
+
+* Fixed a crash when a short input contains data not valid in
+  filenames. [bug=1232604]
+
+* Fixed a bug that caused Unicode data put into UnicodeDammit to
+  return None instead of the original data. [bug=1214983]
+
+* Combined two tests to stop a spurious test failure when tests are
+  run by nosetests. [bug=1212445]
+
+= 4.3.1 (20130815) =
+
+* Fixed yet another problem with the html5lib tree builder, caused by
+  html5lib's tendency to rearrange the tree during
+  parsing. [bug=1189267]
+
+* Fixed a bug that caused the optimized version of find_all() to
+  return nothing. [bug=1212655]
+
+= 4.3.0 (20130812) =
+
+* Instead of converting incoming data to Unicode and feeding it to the
+  lxml tree builder in chunks, Beautiful Soup now makes successive
+  guesses at the encoding of the incoming data, and tells lxml to
+  parse the data as that encoding. Giving lxml more control over the
+  parsing process improves performance and avoids a number of bugs and
+  issues with the lxml parser which had previously required elaborate
+  workarounds:
+
+  - An issue in which lxml refuses to parse Unicode strings on some
+    systems. [bug=1180527]
+
+  - A returning bug that truncated documents longer than a (very
+    small) size. [bug=963880]
+
+  - A returning bug in which extra spaces were added to a document if
+    the document defined a charset other than UTF-8. [bug=972466]
+
+  This required a major overhaul of the tree builder architecture. If
+  you wrote your own tree builder and didn't tell me, you'll need to
+  modify your prepare_markup() method.
+
+* The UnicodeDammit code that makes guesses at encodings has been
+  split into its own class, EncodingDetector. A lot of apparently
+  redundant code has been removed from Unicode, Dammit, and some
+  undocumented features have also been removed.
+
+* Beautiful Soup will issue a warning if instead of markup you pass it
+  a URL or the name of a file on disk (a common beginner's mistake).
+
+* A number of optimizations improve the performance of the lxml tree
+  builder by about 33%, the html.parser tree builder by about 20%, and
+  the html5lib tree builder by about 15%.
+
+* All find_all calls should now return a ResultSet object. Patch by
+  Aaron DeVore. [bug=1194034]
+
+= 4.2.1 (20130531) =
+
+* The default XML formatter will now replace ampersands even if they
+  appear to be part of entities. That is, "&lt;" will become
+  "&amp;lt;". The old code was left over from Beautiful Soup 3, which
+  didn't always turn entities into Unicode characters.
+
+  If you really want the old behavior (maybe because you add new
+  strings to the tree, those strings include entities, and you want
+  the formatter to leave them alone on output), it can be found in
+  EntitySubstitution.substitute_xml_containing_entities(). [bug=1182183]
+
+* Gave new_string() the ability to create subclasses of
+  NavigableString. [bug=1181986]
+
+* Fixed another bug by which the html5lib tree builder could create a
+  disconnected tree. [bug=1182089]
+
+* The .previous_element of a BeautifulSoup object is now always None,
+  not the last element to be parsed. [bug=1182089]
+
+* Fixed test failures when lxml is not installed. [bug=1181589]
+
+* html5lib now supports Python 3. Fixed some Python 2-specific
+  code in the html5lib test suite. [bug=1181624]
+
+* The html.parser treebuilder can now handle numeric attributes in
+  text when the hexidecimal name of the attribute starts with a
+  capital X. Patch by Tim Shirley. [bug=1186242]
+
+= 4.2.0 (20130514) =
+
+* The Tag.select() method now supports a much wider variety of CSS
+  selectors.
+
+ - Added support for the adjacent sibling combinator (+) and the
+   general sibling combinator (~). Tests by "liquider". [bug=1082144]
+
+ - The combinators (>, +, and ~) can now combine with any supported
+   selector, not just one that selects based on tag name.
+
+ - Added limited support for the "nth-of-type" pseudo-class. Code
+   by Sven Slootweg. [bug=1109952]
+
+* The BeautifulSoup class is now aliased to "_s" and "_soup", making
+  it quicker to type the import statement in an interactive session:
+
+  from bs4 import _s
+   or
+  from bs4 import _soup
+
+  The alias may change in the future, so don't use this in code you're
+  going to run more than once.
+
+* Added the 'diagnose' submodule, which includes several useful
+  functions for reporting problems and doing tech support.
+
+  - diagnose(data) tries the given markup on every installed parser,
+    reporting exceptions and displaying successes. If a parser is not
+    installed, diagnose() mentions this fact.
+
+  - lxml_trace(data, html=True) runs the given markup through lxml's
+    XML parser or HTML parser, and prints out the parser events as
+    they happen. This helps you quickly determine whether a given
+    problem occurs in lxml code or Beautiful Soup code.
+
+  - htmlparser_trace(data) is the same thing, but for Python's
+    built-in HTMLParser class.
+
+* In an HTML document, the contents of a <script> or <style> tag will
+  no longer undergo entity substitution by default. XML documents work
+  the same way they did before. [bug=1085953]
+
+* Methods like get_text() and properties like .strings now only give
+  you strings that are visible in the document--no comments or
+  processing commands. [bug=1050164]
+
+* The prettify() method now leaves the contents of <pre> tags
+  alone. [bug=1095654]
+
+* Fix a bug in the html5lib treebuilder which sometimes created
+  disconnected trees. [bug=1039527]
+
+* Fix a bug in the lxml treebuilder which crashed when a tag included
+  an attribute from the predefined "xml:" namespace. [bug=1065617]
+
+* Fix a bug by which keyword arguments to find_parent() were not
+  being passed on. [bug=1126734]
+
+* Stop a crash when unwisely messing with a tag that's been
+  decomposed. [bug=1097699]
+
+* Now that lxml's segfault on invalid doctype has been fixed, fixed a
+  corresponding problem on the Beautiful Soup end that was previously
+  invisible. [bug=984936]
+
+* Fixed an exception when an overspecified CSS selector didn't match
+  anything. Code by Stefaan Lippens. [bug=1168167]
+
+= 4.1.3 (20120820) =
+
+* Skipped a test under Python 2.6 and Python 3.1 to avoid a spurious
+  test failure caused by the lousy HTMLParser in those
+  versions. [bug=1038503]
+
+* Raise a more specific error (FeatureNotFound) when a requested
+  parser or parser feature is not installed. Raise NotImplementedError
+  instead of ValueError when the user calls insert_before() or
+  insert_after() on the BeautifulSoup object itself. Patch by Aaron
+  Devore. [bug=1038301]
+
+= 4.1.2 (20120817) =
+
+* As per PEP-8, allow searching by CSS class using the 'class_'
+  keyword argument. [bug=1037624]
+
+* Display namespace prefixes for namespaced attribute names, instead of
+  the fully-qualified names given by the lxml parser. [bug=1037597]
+
+* Fixed a crash on encoding when an attribute name contained
+  non-ASCII characters.
+
+* When sniffing encodings, if the cchardet library is installed,
+  Beautiful Soup uses it instead of chardet. cchardet is much
+  faster. [bug=1020748]
+
+* Use logging.warning() instead of warning.warn() to notify the user
+  that characters were replaced with REPLACEMENT
+  CHARACTER. [bug=1013862]
+
+= 4.1.1 (20120703) =
+
+* Fixed an html5lib tree builder crash which happened when html5lib
+  moved a tag with a multivalued attribute from one part of the tree
+  to another. [bug=1019603]
+
+* Correctly display closing tags with an XML namespace declared. Patch
+  by Andreas Kostyrka. [bug=1019635]
+
+* Fixed a typo that made parsing significantly slower than it should
+  have been, and also waited too long to close tags with XML
+  namespaces. [bug=1020268]
+
+* get_text() now returns an empty Unicode string if there is no text,
+  rather than an empty bytestring. [bug=1020387]
+
+= 4.1.0 (20120529) =
+
+* Added experimental support for fixing Windows-1252 characters
+  embedded in UTF-8 documents. (UnicodeDammit.detwingle())
+
+* Fixed the handling of &quot; with the built-in parser. [bug=993871]
+
+* Comments, processing instructions, document type declarations, and
+  markup declarations are now treated as preformatted strings, the way
+  CData blocks are. [bug=1001025]
+
+* Fixed a bug with the lxml treebuilder that prevented the user from
+  adding attributes to a tag that didn't originally have
+  attributes. [bug=1002378] Thanks to Oliver Beattie for the patch.
+
+* Fixed some edge-case bugs having to do with inserting an element
+  into a tag it's already inside, and replacing one of a tag's
+  children with another. [bug=997529]
+
+* Added the ability to search for attribute values specified in UTF-8. [bug=1003974]
+
+  This caused a major refactoring of the search code. All the tests
+  pass, but it's possible that some searches will behave differently.
+
+= 4.0.5 (20120427) =
+
+* Added a new method, wrap(), which wraps an element in a tag.
+
+* Renamed replace_with_children() to unwrap(), which is easier to
+  understand and also the jQuery name of the function.
+
+* Made encoding substitution in <meta> tags completely transparent (no
+  more %SOUP-ENCODING%).
+
+* Fixed a bug in decoding data that contained a byte-order mark, such
+  as data encoded in UTF-16LE. [bug=988980]
+
+* Fixed a bug that made the HTMLParser treebuilder generate XML
+  definitions ending with two question marks instead of
+  one. [bug=984258]
+
+* Upon document generation, CData objects are no longer run through
+  the formatter. [bug=988905]
+
+* The test suite now passes when lxml is not installed, whether or not
+  html5lib is installed. [bug=987004]
+
+* Print a warning on HTMLParseErrors to let people know they should
+  install a better parser library.
+
+= 4.0.4 (20120416) =
+
+* Fixed a bug that sometimes created disconnected trees.
+
+* Fixed a bug with the string setter that moved a string around the
+  tree instead of copying it. [bug=983050]
+
+* Attribute values are now run through the provided output formatter.
+  Previously they were always run through the 'minimal' formatter. In
+  the future I may make it possible to specify different formatters
+  for attribute values and strings, but for now, consistent behavior
+  is better than inconsistent behavior. [bug=980237]
+
+* Added the missing renderContents method from Beautiful Soup 3. Also
+  added an encode_contents() method to go along with decode_contents().
+
+* Give a more useful error when the user tries to run the Python 2
+  version of BS under Python 3.
+
+* UnicodeDammit can now convert Microsoft smart quotes to ASCII with
+  UnicodeDammit(markup, smart_quotes_to="ascii").
+
+= 4.0.3 (20120403) =
+
+* Fixed a typo that caused some versions of Python 3 to convert the
+  Beautiful Soup codebase incorrectly.
+
+* Got rid of the 4.0.2 workaround for HTML documents--it was
+  unnecessary and the workaround was triggering a (possibly different,
+  but related) bug in lxml. [bug=972466]
+
+= 4.0.2 (20120326) =
+
+* Worked around a possible bug in lxml that prevents non-tiny XML
+  documents from being parsed. [bug=963880, bug=963936]
+
+* Fixed a bug where specifying `text` while also searching for a tag
+  only worked if `text` wanted an exact string match. [bug=955942]
+
+= 4.0.1 (20120314) =
+
+* This is the first official release of Beautiful Soup 4. There is no
+  4.0.0 release, to eliminate any possibility that packaging software
+  might treat "4.0.0" as being an earlier version than "4.0.0b10".
+
+* Brought BS up to date with the latest release of soupselect, adding
+  CSS selector support for direct descendant matches and multiple CSS
+  class matches.
+
+= 4.0.0b10 (20120302) =
+
+* Added support for simple CSS selectors, taken from the soupselect project.
+
+* Fixed a crash when using html5lib. [bug=943246]
+
+* In HTML5-style <meta charset="foo"> tags, the value of the "charset"
+  attribute is now replaced with the appropriate encoding on
+  output. [bug=942714]
+
+* Fixed a bug that caused calling a tag to sometimes call find_all()
+  with the wrong arguments. [bug=944426]
+
+* For backwards compatibility, brought back the BeautifulStoneSoup
+  class as a deprecated wrapper around BeautifulSoup.
+
+= 4.0.0b9 (20120228) =
+
+* Fixed the string representation of DOCTYPEs that have both a public
+  ID and a system ID.
+
+* Fixed the generated XML declaration.
+
+* Renamed Tag.nsprefix to Tag.prefix, for consistency with
+  NamespacedAttribute.
+
+* Fixed a test failure that occurred on Python 3.x when chardet was
+  installed.
+
+* Made prettify() return Unicode by default, so it will look nice on
+  Python 3 when passed into print().
+
+= 4.0.0b8 (20120224) =
+
+* All tree builders now preserve namespace information in the
+  documents they parse. If you use the html5lib parser or lxml's XML
+  parser, you can access the namespace URL for a tag as tag.namespace.
+
+  However, there is no special support for namespace-oriented
+  searching or tree manipulation. When you search the tree, you need
+  to use namespace prefixes exactly as they're used in the original
+  document.
+
+* The string representation of a DOCTYPE always ends in a newline.
+
+* Issue a warning if the user tries to use a SoupStrainer in
+  conjunction with the html5lib tree builder, which doesn't support
+  them.
+
+= 4.0.0b7 (20120223) =
+
+* Upon decoding to string, any characters that can't be represented in
+  your chosen encoding will be converted into numeric XML entity
+  references.
+
+* Issue a warning if characters were replaced with REPLACEMENT
+  CHARACTER during Unicode conversion.
+
+* Restored compatibility with Python 2.6.
+
+* The install process no longer installs docs or auxiliary text files.
+
+* It's now possible to deepcopy a BeautifulSoup object created with
+  Python's built-in HTML parser.
+
+* About 100 unit tests that "test" the behavior of various parsers on
+  invalid markup have been removed. Legitimate changes to those
+  parsers caused these tests to fail, indicating that perhaps
+  Beautiful Soup should not test the behavior of foreign
+  libraries.
+
+  The problematic unit tests have been reformulated as informational
+  comparisons generated by the script
+  scripts/demonstrate_parser_differences.py.
+
+  This makes Beautiful Soup compatible with html5lib version 0.95 and
+  future versions of HTMLParser.
+
+= 4.0.0b6 (20120216) =
+
+* Multi-valued attributes like "class" always have a list of values,
+  even if there's only one value in the list.
+
+* Added a number of multi-valued attributes defined in HTML5.
+
+* Stopped generating a space before the slash that closes an
+  empty-element tag. This may come back if I add a special XHTML mode
+  (http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#C_2), but right now it's pretty
+  useless.
+
+* Passing text along with tag-specific arguments to a find* method:
+
+   find("a", text="Click here")
+
+  will find tags that contain the given text as their
+  .string. Previously, the tag-specific arguments were ignored and
+  only strings were searched.
+
+* Fixed a bug that caused the html5lib tree builder to build a
+  partially disconnected tree. Generally cleaned up the html5lib tree
+  builder.
+
+* If you restrict a multi-valued attribute like "class" to a string
+  that contains spaces, Beautiful Soup will only consider it a match
+  if the values correspond to that specific string.
+
+= 4.0.0b5 (20120209) =
+
+* Rationalized Beautiful Soup's treatment of CSS class. A tag
+  belonging to multiple CSS classes is treated as having a list of
+  values for the 'class' attribute. Searching for a CSS class will
+  match *any* of the CSS classes.
+
+  This actually affects all attributes that the HTML standard defines
+  as taking multiple values (class, rel, rev, archive, accept-charset,
+  and headers), but 'class' is by far the most common. [bug=41034]
+
+* If you pass anything other than a dictionary as the second argument
+  to one of the find* methods, it'll assume you want to use that
+  object to search against a tag's CSS classes. Previously this only
+  worked if you passed in a string.
+
+* Fixed a bug that caused a crash when you passed a dictionary as an
+  attribute value (possibly because you mistyped "attrs"). [bug=842419]
+
+* Unicode, Dammit now detects the encoding in HTML 5-style <meta> tags
+  like <meta charset="utf-8" />. [bug=837268]
+
+* If Unicode, Dammit can't figure out a consistent encoding for a
+  page, it will try each of its guesses again, with errors="replace"
+  instead of errors="strict". This may mean that some data gets
+  replaced with REPLACEMENT CHARACTER, but at least most of it will
+  get turned into Unicode. [bug=754903]
+
+* Patched over a bug in html5lib (?) that was crashing Beautiful Soup
+  on certain kinds of markup. [bug=838800]
+
+* Fixed a bug that wrecked the tree if you replaced an element with an
+  empty string. [bug=728697]
+
+* Improved Unicode, Dammit's behavior when you give it Unicode to
+  begin with.
+
+= 4.0.0b4 (20120208) =
+
+* Added BeautifulSoup.new_string() to go along with BeautifulSoup.new_tag()
+
+* BeautifulSoup.new_tag() will follow the rules of whatever
+  tree-builder was used to create the original BeautifulSoup object. A
+  new <p> tag will look like "<p />" if the soup object was created to
+  parse XML, but it will look like "<p></p>" if the soup object was
+  created to parse HTML.
+
+* We pass in strict=False to html.parser on Python 3, greatly
+  improving html.parser's ability to handle bad HTML.
+
+* We also monkeypatch a serious bug in html.parser that made
+  strict=False disastrous on Python 3.2.2.
+
+* Replaced the "substitute_html_entities" argument with the
+  more general "formatter" argument.
+
+* Bare ampersands and angle brackets are always converted to XML
+  entities unless the user prevents it.
+
+* Added PageElement.insert_before() and PageElement.insert_after(),
+  which let you put an element into the parse tree with respect to
+  some other element.
+
+* Raise an exception when the user tries to do something nonsensical
+  like insert a tag into itself.
+
+
+= 4.0.0b3 (20120203) =
+
+Beautiful Soup 4 is a nearly-complete rewrite that removes Beautiful
+Soup's custom HTML parser in favor of a system that lets you write a
+little glue code and plug in any HTML or XML parser you want.
+
+Beautiful Soup 4.0 comes with glue code for four parsers:
+
+ * Python's standard HTMLParser (html.parser in Python 3)
+ * lxml's HTML and XML parsers
+ * html5lib's HTML parser
+
+HTMLParser is the default, but I recommend you install lxml if you
+can.
+
+For complete documentation, see the Sphinx documentation in
+bs4/doc/source/. What follows is a summary of the changes from
+Beautiful Soup 3.
+
+=== The module name has changed ===
+
+Previously you imported the BeautifulSoup class from a module also
+called BeautifulSoup. To save keystrokes and make it clear which
+version of the API is in use, the module is now called 'bs4':
+
+    >>> from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
+
+=== It works with Python 3 ===
+
+Beautiful Soup 3.1.0 worked with Python 3, but the parser it used was
+so bad that it barely worked at all. Beautiful Soup 4 works with
+Python 3, and since its parser is pluggable, you don't sacrifice
+quality.
+
+Special thanks to Thomas Kluyver and Ezio Melotti for getting Python 3
+support to the finish line. Ezio Melotti is also to thank for greatly
+improving the HTML parser that comes with Python 3.2.
+
+=== CDATA sections are normal text, if they're understood at all. ===
+
+Currently, the lxml and html5lib HTML parsers ignore CDATA sections in
+markup:
+
+ <p><![CDATA[foo]]></p> => <p></p>
+
+A future version of html5lib will turn CDATA sections into text nodes,
+but only within tags like <svg> and <math>:
+
+ <svg><![CDATA[foo]]></svg> => <p>foo</p>
+
+The default XML parser (which uses lxml behind the scenes) turns CDATA
+sections into ordinary text elements:
+
+ <p><![CDATA[foo]]></p> => <p>foo</p>
+
+In theory it's possible to preserve the CDATA sections when using the
+XML parser, but I don't see how to get it to work in practice.
+
+=== Miscellaneous other stuff ===
+
+If the BeautifulSoup instance has .is_xml set to True, an appropriate
+XML declaration will be emitted when the tree is transformed into a
+string:
+
+    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8">
+    <markup>
+     ...
+    </markup>
+
+The ['lxml', 'xml'] tree builder sets .is_xml to True; the other tree
+builders set it to False. If you want to parse XHTML with an HTML
+parser, you can set it manually.
+
+
+= 3.2.0 =
+
+The 3.1 series wasn't very useful, so I renamed the 3.0 series to 3.2
+to make it obvious which one you should use.
+
+= 3.1.0 =
+
+A hybrid version that supports 2.4 and can be automatically converted
+to run under Python 3.0. There are three backwards-incompatible
+changes you should be aware of, but no new features or deliberate
+behavior changes.
+
+1. str() may no longer do what you want. This is because the meaning
+of str() inverts between Python 2 and 3; in Python 2 it gives you a
+byte string, in Python 3 it gives you a Unicode string.
+
+The effect of this is that you can't pass an encoding to .__str__
+anymore. Use encode() to get a string and decode() to get Unicode, and
+you'll be ready (well, readier) for Python 3.
+
+2. Beautiful Soup is now based on HTMLParser rather than SGMLParser,
+which is gone in Python 3. There's some bad HTML that SGMLParser
+handled but HTMLParser doesn't, usually to do with attribute values
+that aren't closed or have brackets inside them:
+
+  <a href="foo</a>, </a><a href="bar">baz</a>
+  <a b="<a>">', '<a b="&lt;a&gt;"></a><a>"></a>
+
+A later version of Beautiful Soup will allow you to plug in different
+parsers to make tradeoffs between speed and the ability to handle bad
+HTML.
+
+3. In Python 3 (but not Python 2), HTMLParser converts entities within
+attributes to the corresponding Unicode characters. In Python 2 it's
+possible to parse this string and leave the &eacute; intact.
+
+ <a href="http://crummy.com?sacr&eacute;&bleu">
+
+In Python 3, the &eacute; is always converted to \xe9 during
+parsing.
+
+
+= 3.0.7a =
+
+Added an import that makes BS work in Python 2.3.
+
+
+= 3.0.7 =
+
+Fixed a UnicodeDecodeError when unpickling documents that contain
+non-ASCII characters.
+
+Fixed a TypeError that occurred in some circumstances when a tag
+contained no text.
+
+Jump through hoops to avoid the use of chardet, which can be extremely
+slow in some circumstances. UTF-8 documents should never trigger the
+use of chardet.
+
+Whitespace is preserved inside <pre> and <textarea> tags that contain
+nothing but whitespace.
+
+Beautiful Soup can now parse a doctype that's scoped to an XML namespace.
+
+
+= 3.0.6 =
+
+Got rid of a very old debug line that prevented chardet from working.
+
+Added a Tag.decompose() method that completely disconnects a tree or a
+subset of a tree, breaking it up into bite-sized pieces that are
+easy for the garbage collecter to collect.
+
+Tag.extract() now returns the tag that was extracted.
+
+Tag.findNext() now does something with the keyword arguments you pass
+it instead of dropping them on the floor.
+
+Fixed a Unicode conversion bug.
+
+Fixed a bug that garbled some <meta> tags when rewriting them.
+
+
+= 3.0.5 =
+
+Soup objects can now be pickled, and copied with copy.deepcopy.
+
+Tag.append now works properly on existing BS objects. (It wasn't
+originally intended for outside use, but it can be now.) (Giles
+Radford)
+
+Passing in a nonexistent encoding will no longer crash the parser on
+Python 2.4 (John Nagle).
+
+Fixed an underlying bug in SGMLParser that thinks ASCII has 255
+characters instead of 127 (John Nagle).
+
+Entities are converted more consistently to Unicode characters.
+
+Entity references in attribute values are now converted to Unicode
+characters when appropriate. Numeric entities are always converted,
+because SGMLParser always converts them outside of attribute values.
+
+ALL_ENTITIES happens to just be the XHTML entities, so I renamed it to
+XHTML_ENTITIES.
+
+The regular expression for bare ampersands was too loose. In some
+cases ampersands were not being escaped. (Sam Ruby?)
+
+Non-breaking spaces and other special Unicode space characters are no
+longer folded to ASCII spaces. (Robert Leftwich)
+
+Information inside a TEXTAREA tag is now parsed literally, not as HTML
+tags. TEXTAREA now works exactly the same way as SCRIPT. (Zephyr Fang)
+
+= 3.0.4 =
+
+Fixed a bug that crashed Unicode conversion in some cases.
+
+Fixed a bug that prevented UnicodeDammit from being used as a
+general-purpose data scrubber.
+
+Fixed some unit test failures when running against Python 2.5.
+
+When considering whether to convert smart quotes, UnicodeDammit now
+looks at the original encoding in a case-insensitive way.
+
+= 3.0.3 (20060606) =
+
+Beautiful Soup is now usable as a way to clean up invalid XML/HTML (be
+sure to pass in an appropriate value for convertEntities, or XML/HTML
+entities might stick around that aren't valid in HTML/XML). The result
+may not validate, but it should be good enough to not choke a
+real-world XML parser. Specifically, the output of a properly
+constructed soup object should always be valid as part of an XML
+document, but parts may be missing if they were missing in the
+original. As always, if the input is valid XML, the output will also
+be valid.
+
+= 3.0.2 (20060602) =
+
+Previously, Beautiful Soup correctly handled attribute values that
+contained embedded quotes (sometimes by escaping), but not other kinds
+of XML character. Now, it correctly handles or escapes all special XML
+characters in attribute values.
+
+I aliased methods to the 2.x names (fetch, find, findText, etc.) for
+backwards compatibility purposes. Those names are deprecated and if I
+ever do a 4.0 I will remove them. I will, I tell you!
+
+Fixed a bug where the findAll method wasn't passing along any keyword
+arguments.
+
+When run from the command line, Beautiful Soup now acts as an HTML
+pretty-printer, not an XML pretty-printer.
+
+= 3.0.1 (20060530) =
+
+Reintroduced the "fetch by CSS class" shortcut. I thought keyword
+arguments would replace it, but they don't. You can't call soup('a',
+class='foo') because class is a Python keyword.
+
+If Beautiful Soup encounters a meta tag that declares the encoding,
+but a SoupStrainer tells it not to parse that tag, Beautiful Soup will
+no longer try to rewrite the meta tag to mention the new
+encoding. Basically, this makes SoupStrainers work in real-world
+applications instead of crashing the parser.
+
+= 3.0.0 "Who would not give all else for two p" (20060528) =
+
+This release is not backward-compatible with previous releases. If
+you've got code written with a previous version of the library, go
+ahead and keep using it, unless one of the features mentioned here
+really makes your life easier. Since the library is self-contained,
+you can include an old copy of the library in your old applications,
+and use the new version for everything else.
+
+The documentation has been rewritten and greatly expanded with many
+more examples.
+
+Beautiful Soup autodetects the encoding of a document (or uses the one
+you specify), and converts it from its native encoding to
+Unicode. Internally, it only deals with Unicode strings. When you
+print out the document, it converts to UTF-8 (or another encoding you
+specify). [Doc reference]
+
+It's now easy to make large-scale changes to the parse tree without
+screwing up the navigation members. The methods are extract,
+replaceWith, and insert. [Doc reference. See also Improving Memory
+Usage with extract]
+
+Passing True in as an attribute value gives you tags that have any
+value for that attribute. You don't have to create a regular
+expression. Passing None for an attribute value gives you tags that
+don't have that attribute at all.
+
+Tag objects now know whether or not they're self-closing. This avoids
+the problem where Beautiful Soup thought that tags like <BR /> were
+self-closing even in XML documents. You can customize the self-closing
+tags for a parser object by passing them in as a list of
+selfClosingTags: you don't have to subclass anymore.
+
+There's a new built-in parser, MinimalSoup, which has most of
+BeautifulSoup's HTML-specific rules, but no tag nesting rules. [Doc
+reference]
+
+You can use a SoupStrainer to tell Beautiful Soup to parse only part
+of a document. This saves time and memory, often making Beautiful Soup
+about as fast as a custom-built SGMLParser subclass. [Doc reference,
+SoupStrainer reference]
+
+You can (usually) use keyword arguments instead of passing a
+dictionary of attributes to a search method. That is, you can replace
+soup(args={"id" : "5"}) with soup(id="5"). You can still use args if
+(for instance) you need to find an attribute whose name clashes with
+the name of an argument to findAll. [Doc reference: **kwargs attrs]
+
+The method names have changed to the better method names used in
+Rubyful Soup. Instead of find methods and fetch methods, there are
+only find methods. Instead of a scheme where you can't remember which
+method finds one element and which one finds them all, we have find
+and findAll. In general, if the method name mentions All or a plural
+noun (eg. findNextSiblings), then it finds many elements
+method. Otherwise, it only finds one element. [Doc reference]
+
+Some of the argument names have been renamed for clarity. For instance
+avoidParserProblems is now parserMassage.
+
+Beautiful Soup no longer implements a feed method. You need to pass a
+string or a filehandle into the soup constructor, not with feed after
+the soup has been created. There is still a feed method, but it's the
+feed method implemented by SGMLParser and calling it will bypass
+Beautiful Soup and cause problems.
+
+The NavigableText class has been renamed to NavigableString. There is
+no NavigableUnicodeString anymore, because every string inside a
+Beautiful Soup parse tree is a Unicode string.
+
+findText and fetchText are gone. Just pass a text argument into find
+or findAll.
+
+Null was more trouble than it was worth, so I got rid of it. Anything
+that used to return Null now returns None.
+
+Special XML constructs like comments and CDATA now have their own
+NavigableString subclasses, instead of being treated as oddly-formed
+data. If you parse a document that contains CDATA and write it back
+out, the CDATA will still be there.
+
+When you're parsing a document, you can get Beautiful Soup to convert
+XML or HTML entities into the corresponding Unicode characters. [Doc
+reference]
+
+= 2.1.1 (20050918) =
+
+Fixed a serious performance bug in BeautifulStoneSoup which was
+causing parsing to be incredibly slow.
+
+Corrected several entities that were previously being incorrectly
+translated from Microsoft smart-quote-like characters.
+
+Fixed a bug that was breaking text fetch.
+
+Fixed a bug that crashed the parser when text chunks that look like
+HTML tag names showed up within a SCRIPT tag.
+
+THEAD, TBODY, and TFOOT tags are now nestable within TABLE
+tags. Nested tables should parse more sensibly now.
+
+BASE is now considered a self-closing tag.
+
+= 2.1.0 "Game, or any other dish?" (20050504) =
+
+Added a wide variety of new search methods which, given a starting
+point inside the tree, follow a particular navigation member (like
+nextSibling) over and over again, looking for Tag and NavigableText
+objects that match certain criteria. The new methods are findNext,
+fetchNext, findPrevious, fetchPrevious, findNextSibling,
+fetchNextSiblings, findPreviousSibling, fetchPreviousSiblings,
+findParent, and fetchParents. All of these use the same basic code
+used by first and fetch, so you can pass your weird ways of matching
+things into these methods.
+
+The fetch method and its derivatives now accept a limit argument.
+
+You can now pass keyword arguments when calling a Tag object as though
+it were a method.
+
+Fixed a bug that caused all hand-created tags to share a single set of
+attributes.
+
+= 2.0.3 (20050501) =
+
+Fixed Python 2.2 support for iterators.
+
+Fixed a bug that gave the wrong representation to tags within quote
+tags like <script>.
+
+Took some code from Mark Pilgrim that treats CDATA declarations as
+data instead of ignoring them.
+
+Beautiful Soup's setup.py will now do an install even if the unit
+tests fail. It won't build a source distribution if the unit tests
+fail, so I can't release a new version unless they pass.
+
+= 2.0.2 (20050416) =
+
+Added the unit tests in a separate module, and packaged it with
+distutils.
+
+Fixed a bug that sometimes caused renderContents() to return a Unicode
+string even if there was no Unicode in the original string.
+
+Added the done() method, which closes all of the parser's open
+tags. It gets called automatically when you pass in some text to the
+constructor of a parser class; otherwise you must call it yourself.
+
+Reinstated some backwards compatibility with 1.x versions: referencing
+the string member of a NavigableText object returns the NavigableText
+object instead of throwing an error.
+
+= 2.0.1 (20050412) =
+
+Fixed a bug that caused bad results when you tried to reference a tag
+name shorter than 3 characters as a member of a Tag, eg. tag.table.td.
+
+Made sure all Tags have the 'hidden' attribute so that an attempt to
+access tag.hidden doesn't spawn an attempt to find a tag named
+'hidden'.
+
+Fixed a bug in the comparison operator.
+
+= 2.0.0 "Who cares for fish?" (20050410)
+
+Beautiful Soup version 1 was very useful but also pretty stupid. I
+originally wrote it without noticing any of the problems inherent in
+trying to build a parse tree out of ambiguous HTML tags. This version
+solves all of those problems to my satisfaction. It also adds many new
+clever things to make up for the removal of the stupid things.
+
+== Parsing ==
+
+The parser logic has been greatly improved, and the BeautifulSoup
+class should much more reliably yield a parse tree that looks like
+what the page author intended. For a particular class of odd edge
+cases that now causes problems, there is a new class,
+ICantBelieveItsBeautifulSoup.
+
+By default, Beautiful Soup now performs some cleanup operations on
+text before parsing it. This is to avoid common problems with bad
+definitions and self-closing tags that crash SGMLParser. You can
+provide your own set of cleanup operations, or turn it off
+altogether. The cleanup operations include fixing self-closing tags
+that don't close, and replacing Microsoft smart quotes and similar
+characters with their HTML entity equivalents.
+
+You can now get a pretty-print version of parsed HTML to get a visual
+picture of how Beautiful Soup parses it, with the Tag.prettify()
+method.
+
+== Strings and Unicode ==
+
+There are separate NavigableText subclasses for ASCII and Unicode
+strings. These classes directly subclass the corresponding base data
+types. This means you can treat NavigableText objects as strings
+instead of having to call methods on them to get the strings.
+
+str() on a Tag always returns a string, and unicode() always returns
+Unicode. Previously it was inconsistent.
+
+== Tree traversal ==
+
+In a first() or fetch() call, the tag name or the desired value of an
+attribute can now be any of the following:
+
+ * A string (matches that specific tag or that specific attribute value)
+ * A list of strings (matches any tag or attribute value in the list)
+ * A compiled regular expression object (matches any tag or attribute
+   value that matches the regular expression)
+ * A callable object that takes the Tag object or attribute value as a
+   string. It returns None/false/empty string if the given string
+   doesn't match, and any other value if it does.
+
+This is much easier to use than SQL-style wildcards (see, regular
+expressions are good for something). Because of this, I took out
+SQL-style wildcards. I'll put them back if someone complains, but
+their removal simplifies the code a lot.
+
+You can use fetch() and first() to search for text in the parse tree,
+not just tags. There are new alias methods fetchText() and firstText()
+designed for this purpose. As with searching for tags, you can pass in
+a string, a regular expression object, or a method to match your text.
+
+If you pass in something besides a map to the attrs argument of
+fetch() or first(), Beautiful Soup will assume you want to match that
+thing against the "class" attribute. When you're scraping
+well-structured HTML, this makes your code a lot cleaner.
+
+1.x and 2.x both let you call a Tag object as a shorthand for
+fetch(). For instance, foo("bar") is a shorthand for
+foo.fetch("bar"). In 2.x, you can also access a specially-named member
+of a Tag object as a shorthand for first(). For instance, foo.barTag
+is a shorthand for foo.first("bar"). By chaining these shortcuts you
+traverse a tree in very little code: for header in
+soup.bodyTag.pTag.tableTag('th'):
+
+If an element relationship (like parent or next) doesn't apply to a
+tag, it'll now show up Null instead of None. first() will also return
+Null if you ask it for a nonexistent tag. Null is an object that's
+just like None, except you can do whatever you want to it and it'll
+give you Null instead of throwing an error.
+
+This lets you do tree traversals like soup.htmlTag.headTag.titleTag
+without having to worry if the intermediate stages are actually
+there. Previously, if there was no 'head' tag in the document, headTag
+in that instance would have been None, and accessing its 'titleTag'
+member would have thrown an AttributeError. Now, you can get what you
+want when it exists, and get Null when it doesn't, without having to
+do a lot of conditionals checking to see if every stage is None.
+
+There are two new relations between page elements: previousSibling and
+nextSibling. They reference the previous and next element at the same
+level of the parse tree. For instance, if you have HTML like this:
+
+  <p><ul><li>Foo<br /><li>Bar</ul>
+
+The first 'li' tag has a previousSibling of Null and its nextSibling
+is the second 'li' tag. The second 'li' tag has a nextSibling of Null
+and its previousSibling is the first 'li' tag. The previousSibling of
+the 'ul' tag is the first 'p' tag. The nextSibling of 'Foo' is the
+'br' tag.
+
+I took out the ability to use fetch() to find tags that have a
+specific list of contents. See, I can't even explain it well. It was
+really difficult to use, I never used it, and I don't think anyone
+else ever used it. To the extent anyone did, they can probably use
+fetchText() instead. If it turns out someone needs it I'll think of
+another solution.
+
+== Tree manipulation ==
+
+You can add new attributes to a tag, and delete attributes from a
+tag. In 1.x you could only change a tag's existing attributes.
+
+== Porting Considerations ==
+
+There are three changes in 2.0 that break old code:
+
+In the post-1.2 release you could pass in a function into fetch(). The
+function took a string, the tag name. In 2.0, the function takes the
+actual Tag object.
+
+It's no longer to pass in SQL-style wildcards to fetch(). Use a
+regular expression instead.
+
+The different parsing algorithm means the parse tree may not be shaped
+like you expect. This will only actually affect you if your code uses
+one of the affected parts. I haven't run into this problem yet while
+porting my code.
+
+= Between 1.2 and 2.0 =
+
+This is the release to get if you want Python 1.5 compatibility.
+
+The desired value of an attribute can now be any of the following:
+
+ * A string
+ * A string with SQL-style wildcards
+ * A compiled RE object
+ * A callable that returns None/false/empty string if the given value
+   doesn't match, and any other value otherwise.
+
+This is much easier to use than SQL-style wildcards (see, regular
+expressions are good for something). Because of this, I no longer
+recommend you use SQL-style wildcards. They may go away in a future
+release to clean up the code.
+
+Made Beautiful Soup handle processing instructions as text instead of
+ignoring them.
+
+Applied patch from Richie Hindle (richie at entrian dot com) that
+makes tag.string a shorthand for tag.contents[0].string when the tag
+has only one string-owning child.
+
+Added still more nestable tags. The nestable tags thing won't work in
+a lot of cases and needs to be rethought.
+
+Fixed an edge case where searching for "%foo" would match any string
+shorter than "foo".
+
+= 1.2 "Who for such dainties would not stoop?" (20040708) =
+
+Applied patch from Ben Last (ben at benlast dot com) that made
+Tag.renderContents() correctly handle Unicode.
+
+Made BeautifulStoneSoup even dumber by making it not implicitly close
+a tag when another tag of the same type is encountered; only when an
+actual closing tag is encountered. This change courtesy of Fuzzy (mike
+at pcblokes dot com). BeautifulSoup still works as before.
+
+= 1.1 "Swimming in a hot tureen" =
+
+Added more 'nestable' tags. Changed popping semantics so that when a
+nestable tag is encountered, tags are popped up to the previously
+encountered nestable tag (of whatever kind). I will revert this if
+enough people complain, but it should make more people's lives easier
+than harder. This enhancement was suggested by Anthony Baxter (anthony
+at interlink dot com dot au).
+
+= 1.0 "So rich and green" (20040420) =
+
+Initial release.
diff --git a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
index 66ba690cf36..91eecb391b3 100644
--- a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
+++ b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 # Template file for 'python3-BeautifulSoup4'
 pkgname=python3-BeautifulSoup4
-version=4.8.2
-revision=3
+version=4.9.3
+revision=1
 wrksrc="beautifulsoup4-${version}"
 build_style=python3-module
 hostmakedepends="python3-setuptools"
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ maintainer="Orphaned <orphan@voidlinux.org>"
 license="MIT"
 homepage="https://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup"
 distfiles="${PYPI_SITE}/b/beautifulsoup4/beautifulsoup4-${version}.tar.gz"
-checksum=05fd825eb01c290877657a56df4c6e4c311b3965bda790c613a3d6fb01a5462a
+checksum=84729e322ad1d5b4d25f805bfa05b902dd96450f43842c4e99067d5e1369eb25
 
 do_check() {
 	:

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* Re: python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
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  2021-02-20 20:08 ` ericonr
  2021-02-20 22:24 ` [PR PATCH] [Updated] " heliocat
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New comment by heliocat on void-packages repository

https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902#issuecomment-782758655

Comment:
Changelog added at revision 594 (corresponds to 4.9.3 release version).

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* Re: [PR PATCH] [Updated] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
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There is an updated pull request by heliocat against master on the void-packages repository

https://github.com/heliocat/void-packages beautifulsoup
https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902

python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
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Updating some low-hanging fruit

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From bc500aac784bd02b0942ca6470b399610a6dad24 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Colin Booth <colin@heliocat.net>
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2021 00:47:33 -0800
Subject: [PATCH] python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3

---
 srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template | 7 ++++---
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
index 66ba690cf36..b9c83a0b6c6 100644
--- a/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
+++ b/srcpkgs/python3-BeautifulSoup4/template
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 # Template file for 'python3-BeautifulSoup4'
 pkgname=python3-BeautifulSoup4
-version=4.8.2
-revision=3
+version=4.9.3
+revision=1
 wrksrc="beautifulsoup4-${version}"
 build_style=python3-module
 hostmakedepends="python3-setuptools"
@@ -10,8 +10,9 @@ short_desc="Python3 HTML/XML parser"
 maintainer="Orphaned <orphan@voidlinux.org>"
 license="MIT"
 homepage="https://www.crummy.com/software/BeautifulSoup"
+changelog="https://bazaar.launchpad.net/%7Eleonardr/beautifulsoup/bs4/view/head:/CHANGELOG"
 distfiles="${PYPI_SITE}/b/beautifulsoup4/beautifulsoup4-${version}.tar.gz"
-checksum=05fd825eb01c290877657a56df4c6e4c311b3965bda790c613a3d6fb01a5462a
+checksum=84729e322ad1d5b4d25f805bfa05b902dd96450f43842c4e99067d5e1369eb25
 
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https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902#issuecomment-783565135

Comment:
Pushed a few days ago but didn't note here, changelog added as a comment instead of an embedded file. Not sure what I was thinking since linking to the changelog instead of shipping it alongside makes a whole lot more sense.

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* Re: [PR PATCH] [Merged]: python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
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There's a merged pull request on the void-packages repository

python3-BeautifulSoup4: update to 4.9.3
https://github.com/void-linux/void-packages/pull/28902

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Updating some low-hanging fruit

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