Fedora 21 Update: python-bitmath-1.1.0-1.fc21

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2014-17498
2014-12-23 17:12:18
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Name        : python-bitmath
Product     : Fedora 21
Version     : 1.1.0
Release     : 1.fc21
URL         : https://github.com/tbielawa/bitmath
Summary     : Aids representing and manipulating sizes in various prefix notations
Description :
bitmath simplifies many facets of interacting with file sizes in
various units. Examples include: converting between SI and NIST prefix
units (GiB to kB), converting between units of the same type (SI to
SI, or NIST to NIST), basic arithmetic operations (subtracting 42KiB
from 50GiB), and rich comparison operations (1024 Bytes == 1KiB),
bitwise operations, sorting, automatic best human-readable prefix
selection, and completely customizable formatting.

In addition to the conversion and math operations, bitmath provides
human readable representations of values which are suitable for use in
interactive shells as well as larger scripts and applications.

bitmath is thoroughly unittested, with over 150 individual tests (a
number which is always increasing). bitmaths test-coverage is almost
always at 100%.

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Update Information:

Update to 1.1.0
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ChangeLog:

* Sat Dec 20 2014 Tim Bielawa <tbielawa at redhat.com> - 1.1.0-1
- New parse_string utility function from tonycpsu
- 'bitmath' tool added for converting on the command line
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su -c 'yum update python-bitmath' at the command line.
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