Fedora 23 Update: python-toolz-0.7.4-1.fc23

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2016-f051578cfd
2016-04-21 21:27:32.206854
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Name        : python-toolz
Product     : Fedora 23
Version     : 0.7.4
Release     : 1.fc23
URL         : http://github.com/pytoolz/toolz/
Summary     : A functional standard library for Python
Description :
Toolz provides a set of utility functions for iterators, functions, and
dictionaries. These functions interoperate well and form the building blocks
of common data analytic operations. They extend the standard libraries
itertools and functools and borrow heavily from the standard libraries of
contemporary functional languages.

Toolz provides a suite of functions which have the following functional
virtues:

    Composable: They interoperate due to their use of core data structures.
    Pure: They don’t change their inputs or rely on external state.
    Lazy: They don’t run until absolutely necessary, allowing them to support
          large streaming data sets.

Toolz functions are pragmatic. They understand that most programmers have
deadlines.

    Low Tech: They’re just functions, no syntax or magic tricks to learn
    Tuned: They’re profiled and optimized
    Serializable: They support common solutions for parallel computing

This gives developers the power to write powerful programs to solve complex
problems with relatively simple code. This code can be easy to understand
without sacrificing performance. Toolz enables this approach, commonly
associated with functional programming, within a natural Pythonic style
suitable for most developers.

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Update Information:

Toolz provides a set of utility functions for iterators, functions, and
dictionaries. These functions interoperate well and form the building blocks of
common data analytic operations. They extend the standard libraries itertools
and functools and borrow heavily from the standard libraries of contemporary
functional languages.   Toolz provides a suite of functions which have the
following functional virtues:    - Composable: They interoperate due to their
use of core data structures.    - Pure: They don’t change their inputs or rely
on external state.   -  Lazy: They don’t run until absolutely necessary,
allowing them to support           large streaming data sets.  Toolz functions
are pragmatic. They understand that most programmers have deadlines.  -    Low
Tech: They’re just functions, no syntax or magic tricks to learn  -   Tuned:
They’re profiled and optimized  -   Serializable: They support common solutions
for parallel computing  This gives developers the power to write powerful
programs to solve complex problems with relatively simple code. This code can be
easy to understand without sacrificing performance. Toolz enables this approach,
commonly associated with functional programming, within a natural Pythonic style
suitable for most developers.
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