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Name: python310-tornado6 Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 6.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 5.2 Build date: Sun Feb 19 07:45:09 2023
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Size: 2170093 Source RPM: python-tornado6-6.2-5.2.src.rpm
Summary: Open source version of scalable, non-blocking web server that power FriendFeed
Tornado is an open source version of the scalable, non-blocking web server and
tools that power FriendFeed. The FriendFeed application is written using a web
framework that looks a bit like or Google's webapp, but with additional
tools and optimizations to take advantage of the underlying non-blocking

The framework is distinct from most mainstream web server frameworks (and
certainly most Python frameworks) because it is non-blocking and reasonably
fast. Because it is non-blocking and uses epoll, it can handle thousands of
simultaneous standing connections, which means it is ideal for real-time web
services. We built the web server specifically to handle FriendFeed's real-time
features — every active user of FriendFeed maintains an open connection to the
FriendFeed servers. (For more information on scaling servers to support
thousands of clients, see The C10K problem.)






* Fri Aug 19 2022 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 6.2:
  - drop remove-multiheader-http-test.patch (upstream)
* Thu Apr 28 2022 Steve Kowalik <>
  - Add patch remove-multiheader-http-test.patch:
    * Do not test multi-line headers.
* Sat Dec 11 2021 Ben Greiner <>
  - Filter Python 3.10 deprecation warnings during testing
    * ignore-py310-deprecation-warnings.patch
    * gh#tornadoweb/tornado#3033
* Thu Aug 05 2021 Ben Greiner <>
  - Remove exec bits from demos: fix boo#1189066
  - Add python-tornado6-rpmlintrc for empty JS resource in demo
* Mon Feb 08 2021 Ben Greiner <>
  - back to version 6.1. Tornado pin in distributed is removed.
  - Dear bot, here are the patch names:
    * re-drop python-tornado6-httpclient-test.patch
    * re-drop skip-failing-tests.patch
    * re-drop tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch
    * refreshed ignore-resourcewarning-doctests.patch
* Sun Feb 07 2021 Matej Cepl <>
  - Revert back to 6.0.4 for incompatibility with python-distributed.
  - Adds back patches:
    * python-tornado6-httpclient-test.patch
    * skip-failing-tests.patch
    * tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch
* Sat Jan 30 2021 Ben Greiner <>
  - Update to version 6.1.0
    * Full changelog can be found at
  - Drop patches not applying anymore.
    * python-tornado6-httpclient-test.patch
    * skip-failing-tests.patch
    * tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch
  - Refresh and comment ignore-resourcewarning-doctests.patch
  - Fix documentation deduplication
* Tue May 05 2020 Pedro Monreal Gonzalez <>
  - Fix build with curl 7.70.0:
    * Revert commit c443fb7bf8a87ba8ab02b9a6af9e140cabc0ab0d which
      introduces test_method_after_redirect() test.
  - Add python-tornado6-httpclient-test.patch
* Wed Mar 11 2020
  - version update to 6.0.4
    General changes
      ``asyncio.set_event_loop_policy(asyncio.WindowsSelectorEventLoopPolicy())`` for
      this platform/version.
    Bug fixes
    - Fixed an issue in `.IOStream` (introduced in 6.0.0) that resulted in
      ``StreamClosedError`` being incorrectly raised if a stream is closed mid-read
      but there is enough buffered data to satisfy the read.
    - `.AnyThreadEventLoopPolicy` now always uses the selector event loop on Windows.
  - modified patches
    % ignore-resourcewarning-doctests.patch (refreshed)
    % skip-failing-tests.patch (refreshed)
    % tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch (refreshed)
* Mon Nov 18 2019 Steve Kowalik <>
  - Add ignore-resourcewarning-doctests.patch to ignore ResourceWarnings
    when running doctests.
  - Use %autopatch macro instead of specific patch number macros
* Fri Nov 08 2019 Andreas Schwab <>
  - Define TRAVIS to disable unreliable tests
* Mon Oct 14 2019 Matej Cepl <>
  - Replace %fdupes -s with plain %fdupes; hardlinks are better.
* Thu Oct 10 2019 Dominique Leuenberger <>
  - Provide versioned python-tornado symbol, making this package a
    full option in case the meta package is not applicable.
* Tue Oct 01 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Per discussion with RM switch back to python-tornado<version>
    system with python-tornado standing in as a metapkg
* Thu Sep 19 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Provide and obsolete python-toro that was integrated in tornado
* Wed Sep 18 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Minimal version is 3.5 and as such remove 3.4 compat deps
  - Change this package back to latest python tornado to use
    same approach like we do with pytest
* Tue Sep 17 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Provide %oldpython-tornado symbol too
* Tue Sep 17 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Reduce the conflicts even more
* Thu Sep 12 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Remove duplicate entry
* Thu Sep 12 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Remove cruft dependencies that should not be needed
* Wed Aug 14 2019 Todd R <>
  - Switch to tornado 4 temporarily.
* Fri Aug 09 2019 Todd R <>
  - Conflicts fixes
* Fri Aug 09 2019 Todd R <>
  - Fix package name
* Fri Aug 09 2019 Todd R <>
  - Split tornado versions into their own packages.
    This package now depends on the current preferred version.
  - Remove patches since there is no longer a source here:
    * asyncio.patch
    * openssl-cert-size.patch
    * skip-failing-tests.patch
    * tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch
* Fri Aug 09 2019 Todd R <>
  - Use a different conflicts with other tornado versions.
* Mon Jul 29 2019 Todd R <>
  - Rename to python-tornado6 to handle version incompatibilities
  - Update to 6.0.3
    + Bug fixes
    * `.gen.with_timeout` always treats ``asyncio.CancelledError`` as a
      ``quiet_exception`` (this improves compatibility with Python 3.8,
      which changed ``CancelledError`` to a ``BaseException``).
    * ``IOStream`` now checks for closed streams earlier, avoiding
      spurious logged errors in some situations (mainly with websockets).
  - Update to 6.0.2
    + Bug fixes
    * `.WebSocketHandler.set_nodelay` works again.
    * Accessing ``HTTPResponse.body`` now returns an empty byte string
      instead of raising ``ValueError`` for error responses that don't
      have a body (it returned None in this case in Tornado 5).
  - Update to 6.0.1
    + Bug fixes
    * Fixed issues with type annotations that caused errors while
      importing Tornado on Python 3.5.2.
  - Update to 6.0.0
    + Backwards-incompatible changes
    * Python 2.7 and 3.4 are no longer supported; the minimum supported
      Python version is 3.5.2.
    * APIs deprecated in Tornado 5.1 have been removed. This includes the
      ``tornado.stack_context`` module and most ``callback`` arguments
      throughout the package. All removed APIs emitted
      `DeprecationWarning` when used in Tornado 5.1, so running your
      application with the ``-Wd`` Python command-line flag or the
      environment variable ``PYTHONWARNINGS=d`` should tell you whether
      your application is ready to move to Tornado 6.0.
    * ``.WebSocketHandler.get`` is now a coroutine and must be called
      accordingly in any subclasses that override this method (but note
      that overriding ``get`` is not recommended; either ``prepare`` or
      ``open`` should be used instead).
    + General changes
    * Tornado now includes type annotations compatible with ``mypy``.
      These annotations will be used when type-checking your application
      with ``mypy``, and may be usable in editors and other tools.
    * Tornado now uses native coroutines internally, improving performance.
    + tornado.auth
    * All ``callback`` arguments in this package have been removed. Use
      the coroutine interfaces instead.
    * The ``OAuthMixin._oauth_get_user`` method has been removed.
      Override `~.OAuthMixin._oauth_get_user_future` instead.
    + tornado.concurrent
    * The ``callback`` argument to `.run_on_executor` has been removed.
    * ``return_future`` has been removed.
    + tornado.gen
    * Some older portions of this module have been removed. This includes
      ``engine``, ``YieldPoint``, ``Callback``, ``Wait``, ``WaitAll``,
      ``MultiYieldPoint``, and ``Task``.
    * Functions decorated with ``@gen.coroutine`` no longer accept
      ``callback`` arguments.
    + tornado.httpclient
    * The behavior of ``raise_error=False`` has changed. Now only
      suppresses the errors raised due to completed responses with non-200
      status codes (previously it suppressed all errors).
    * The ``callback`` argument to `.AsyncHTTPClient.fetch` has been removed.
    + tornado.httputil
    * ``HTTPServerRequest.write`` has been removed. Use the methods of
      ``request.connection`` instead.
    * Unrecognized ``Content-Encoding`` values now log warnings only for
      content types that we would otherwise attempt to parse.
    + tornado.ioloop
    * ``IOLoop.set_blocking_signal_threshold``,
      ``IOLoop.set_blocking_log_threshold``, ``IOLoop.log_stack``,
      and ``IOLoop.handle_callback_exception`` have been removed.
    * Improved performance of `.IOLoop.add_callback`.
    + tornado.iostream
    * All ``callback`` arguments in this module have been removed except
      for `.BaseIOStream.set_close_callback`.
    * ``streaming_callback`` arguments to `.BaseIOStream.read_bytes` and
      `.BaseIOStream.read_until_close` have been removed.
    * Eliminated unnecessary logging of "Errno 0".
    + tornado.log
    * Log files opened by this module are now explicitly set to UTF-8 encoding.
    + tornado.netutil
    * The results of ``getaddrinfo`` are now sorted by address family to
      avoid partial failures and deadlocks.
    + tornado.platform.twisted
    * ``TornadoReactor`` and ``TwistedIOLoop`` have been removed.
    + tornado.simple_httpclient
    * The default HTTP client now supports the ``network_interface``
      request argument to specify the source IP for the connection.
    * If a server returns a 3xx response code without a ``Location``
      header, the response is raised or returned directly instead of
      trying and failing to follow the redirect.
    * When following redirects, methods other than ``POST`` will no longer
      be transformed into ``GET`` requests. 301 (permanent) redirects are
      now treated the same way as 302 (temporary) and 303 (see other)
      redirects in this respect.
    * Following redirects now works with ``body_producer``.
    + tornado.stack_context
    * The ``tornado.stack_context`` module has been removed.
    + tornado.tcpserver
    * `.TCPServer.start` now supports a ``max_restarts`` argument (same as
    + tornado.testing
    * `.AsyncHTTPTestCase` now drops all references to the `.Application`
      during ``tearDown``, allowing its memory to be reclaimed sooner.
    * `.AsyncTestCase` now cancels all pending coroutines in ``tearDown``,
      in an effort to reduce warnings from the python runtime about
      coroutines that were not awaited. Note that this may cause
      ``asyncio.CancelledError`` to be logged in other places. Coroutines
      that expect to be running at test shutdown may need to catch this
    + tornado.web
    * The ``asynchronous`` decorator has been removed.
    * The ``callback`` argument to `.RequestHandler.flush` has been removed.
    * `.StaticFileHandler` now supports large negative values for the
      ``Range`` header and returns an appropriate error for ``end >
    * It is now possible to set ``expires_days`` in ``xsrf_cookie_kwargs``.
    + tornado.websocket
    * Pings and other messages sent while the connection is closing are
      now silently dropped instead of logging exceptions.
    * Errors raised by ``open()`` are now caught correctly when this method
      is a coroutine.
    + tornado.wsgi
    * ``WSGIApplication`` and ``WSGIAdapter`` have been removed.
  - Rebase patches:
    * tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch
    * skip-failing-tests.patch
  - Remove upstream-included openssl-cert-size.patch
* Mon Jul 29 2019 Todd R <>
  - Rename to python-tornado5 to handle version incompatibilities
  - Update to 5.1.1
    + Bug fixes
    * Fixed an case in which the `.Future` returned by
      `.RequestHandler.finish` could fail to resolve.
    * The `.TwitterMixin.authenticate_redirect` method works again.
    * Improved error handling in the `tornado.auth` module, fixing hanging
      requests when a network or other error occurs.
  - Update to 5.1.0
    + Deprecation notice
    * Tornado 6.0 will drop support for Python 2.7 and 3.4. The minimum
      supported Python version will be 3.5.2.
    * The ``tornado.stack_context`` module is deprecated and will be removed
      in Tornado 6.0. The reason for this is that it is not feasible to
      provide this module's semantics in the presence of ``async def``
      native coroutines. ``ExceptionStackContext`` is mainly obsolete
      thanks to coroutines. ``StackContext`` lacks a direct replacement
      although the new ``contextvars`` package (in the Python standard
      library beginning in Python 3.7) may be an alternative.
    * Callback-oriented code often relies on ``ExceptionStackContext`` to
      handle errors and prevent leaked connections. In order to avoid the
      risk of silently introducing subtle leaks (and to consolidate all of
      Tornado's interfaces behind the coroutine pattern), ``callback``
      arguments throughout the package are deprecated and will be removed
      in version 6.0. All functions that had a ``callback`` argument
      removed now return a `.Future` which should be used instead.
    * Where possible, deprecation warnings are emitted when any of these
      deprecated interfaces is used. However, Python does not display
      deprecation warnings by default. To prepare your application for
      Tornado 6.0, run Python with the ``-Wd`` argument or set the
      environment variable ``PYTHONWARNINGS`` to ``d``. If your
      application runs on Python 3 without deprecation warnings, it should
      be able to move to Tornado 6.0 without disruption.
    + tornado.auth
    * `.OAuthMixin._oauth_get_user_future` may now be a native coroutine.
    * All ``callback`` arguments in this package are deprecated and will
      be removed in 6.0. Use the coroutine interfaces instead.
    * The ``OAuthMixin._oauth_get_user`` method is deprecated and will be removed in
      6.0. Override `~.OAuthMixin._oauth_get_user_future` instead.
    + tornado.autoreload
    * The command-line autoreload wrapper is now preserved if an internal
      autoreload fires.
    * The command-line wrapper no longer starts duplicated processes on windows
      when combined with internal autoreload.
    + tornado.concurrent
    * `.run_on_executor` now returns `.Future` objects that are compatible
      with ``await``.
    * The ``callback`` argument to `.run_on_executor` is deprecated and will
      be removed in 6.0.
    * ``return_future`` is deprecated and will be removed in 6.0.
    + tornado.gen
    * Some older portions of this module are deprecated and will be removed
      in 6.0. This includes ``engine``, ``YieldPoint``, ``Callback``,
      ``Wait``, ``WaitAll``, ``MultiYieldPoint``, and ``Task``.
    * Functions decorated with ``@gen.coroutine`` will no longer accept
      ``callback`` arguments in 6.0.
    + tornado.httpclient
    * The behavior of ``raise_error=False`` is changing in 6.0. Currently
      it suppresses all errors; in 6.0 it will only suppress the errors
      raised due to completed responses with non-200 status codes.
    * The ``callback`` argument to `.AsyncHTTPClient.fetch` is deprecated
      and will be removed in 6.0.
    * `tornado.httpclient.HTTPError` has been renamed to
      `.HTTPClientError` to avoid ambiguity in code that also has to deal
      with `tornado.web.HTTPError`. The old name remains as an alias.
    * ``tornado.curl_httpclient`` now supports non-ASCII characters in
      username and password arguments.
    * ``.HTTPResponse.request_time`` now behaves consistently across
      ``simple_httpclient`` and ``curl_httpclient``, excluding time spent
      in the ``max_clients`` queue in both cases (previously this time was
      included in ``simple_httpclient`` but excluded in
      ``curl_httpclient``). In both cases the time is now computed using
      a monotonic clock where available.
    * `.HTTPResponse` now has a ``start_time`` attribute recording a
      wall-clock (`time.time`) timestamp at which the request started
      (after leaving the ``max_clients`` queue if applicable).
    + tornado.httputil
    * `.parse_multipart_form_data` now recognizes non-ASCII filenames in
      RFC 2231/5987 (``filename*=``) format.
    * ``HTTPServerRequest.write`` is deprecated and will be removed in 6.0. Use
      the methods of ``request.connection`` instead.
    * Malformed HTTP headers are now logged less noisily.
    + tornado.ioloop
    * `.PeriodicCallback` now supports a ``jitter`` argument to randomly
      vary the timeout.
    * ``IOLoop.set_blocking_signal_threshold``,
      ``IOLoop.set_blocking_log_threshold``, ``IOLoop.log_stack``,
      and ``IOLoop.handle_callback_exception`` are deprecated and will
      be removed in 6.0.
    * Fixed a `KeyError` in `.IOLoop.close` when `.IOLoop` objects are
      being opened and closed in multiple threads.
    + tornado.iostream
    * All ``callback`` arguments in this module are deprecated except for
      `.BaseIOStream.set_close_callback`. They will be removed in 6.0.
    * ``streaming_callback`` arguments to `.BaseIOStream.read_bytes` and
      `.BaseIOStream.read_until_close` are deprecated and will be removed
      in 6.0.
    + tornado.netutil
    * Improved compatibility with GNU Hurd.
    + tornado.options
    * `tornado.options.parse_config_file` now allows setting options to
      strings (which will be parsed the same way as
      `tornado.options.parse_command_line`) in addition to the specified
      type for the option.
    + tornado.platform.twisted
    * ``TornadoReactor`` and ``TwistedIOLoop`` are deprecated and will be
      removed in 6.0. Instead, Tornado will always use the asyncio event loop
      and twisted can be configured to do so as well.
    * The ``tornado.stack_context`` module is deprecated and will be removed
      in 6.0.
    + tornado.testing
    * `.AsyncHTTPTestCase.fetch` now takes a ``raise_error`` argument.
      This argument has the same semantics as `.AsyncHTTPClient.fetch`,
      but defaults to false because tests often need to deal with non-200
      responses (and for backwards-compatibility).
    * The `.AsyncTestCase.stop` and `.AsyncTestCase.wait` methods are
    + tornado.web
    * New method `.RequestHandler.detach` can be used from methods
      that are not decorated with ``@asynchronous`` (the decorator
      was required to use ``self.request.connection.detach()``.
    * `.RequestHandler.finish` and `.RequestHandler.render` now return
      ``Futures`` that can be used to wait for the last part of the
      response to be sent to the client.
    * `.FallbackHandler` now calls ``on_finish`` for the benefit of
      subclasses that may have overridden it.
    * The ``asynchronous`` decorator is deprecated and will be removed in 6.0.
    * The ``callback`` argument to `.RequestHandler.flush` is deprecated
      and will be removed in 6.0.
    + tornado.websocket
    * When compression is enabled, memory limits now apply to the
      post-decompression size of the data, protecting against DoS attacks.
    * `.websocket_connect` now supports subprotocols.
    * `.WebSocketHandler` and `.WebSocketClientConnection` now have
      ``selected_subprotocol`` attributes to see the subprotocol in use.
    * The `.WebSocketHandler.select_subprotocol` method is now called with
      an empty list instead of a list containing an empty string if no
      subprotocols were requested by the client.
    * `` may now be a coroutine.
    * The ``data`` argument to `` is now optional.
    * Client-side websocket connections no longer buffer more than one
      message in memory at a time.
    * Exception logging now uses `.RequestHandler.log_exception`.
    + tornado.wsgi
    * ``WSGIApplication`` and ``WSGIAdapter`` are deprecated and will be removed
      in Tornado 6.0.
  - Update to 5.0.2
    + Bug fixes
    * Fixed a memory leak when `.IOLoop` objects are created and destroyed.
    * If `.AsyncTestCase.get_new_ioloop` returns a reference to a
      preexisting event loop (typically when it has been overridden to
      return `.IOLoop.current()`), the test's ``tearDown`` method will not
      close this loop.
    * Fixed a confusing error message when the synchronous `.HTTPClient`
      fails to initialize because an event loop is already running.
    * `.PeriodicCallback` no longer executes twice in a row due to
      backwards clock adjustments.
  - Update to 5.0.1
    + Bug fix
    * This release restores support for versions of Python 3.4 prior to
      3.4.4. This is important for compatibility with Debian Jessie which
      has 3.4.2 as its version of Python 3.
    + Highlights
    * The focus of this release is improving integration with `asyncio`.
      On Python 3, the `.IOLoop` is always a wrapper around the `asyncio`
      event loop, and `asyncio.Future` and `asyncio.Task` are used instead
      of their Tornado counterparts. This means that libraries based on
      `asyncio` can be mixed relatively seamlessly with those using
      Tornado. While care has been taken to minimize the disruption from
      this change, code changes may be required for compatibility with
      Tornado 5.0, as detailed in the following section.
    * Tornado 5.0 supports Python 2.7.9+ and 3.4+. Python 2.7 and 3.4 are
      deprecated and support for them will be removed in Tornado 6.0,
      which will require Python 3.5+.
    + Backwards-compatibility notes
    * Python 3.3 is no longer supported.
    * Versions of Python 2.7 that predate the `ssl` module update are no
      longer supported. (The `ssl` module was updated in version 2.7.9,
      although in some distributions the updates are present in builds
      with a lower version number. Tornado requires `ssl.SSLContext`,
      `ssl.create_default_context`, and `ssl.match_hostname`)
    * Versions of Python 3.5 prior to 3.5.2 are no longer supported due to
      a change in the async iterator protocol in that version.
    * The ``trollius`` project (`asyncio` backported to Python 2) is no
      longer supported.
    * `tornado.concurrent.Future` is now an alias for `asyncio.Future`
      when running on Python 3. This results in a number of minor
      behavioral changes:
      > `.Future` objects can only be created while there is a current
      > The timing of callbacks scheduled with
      ``Future.add_done_callback`` has changed.
      `tornado.concurrent.future_add_done_callback` can be used to
      make the behavior more like older versions of Tornado (but not
      identical). Some of these changes are also present in the Python
      2 version of `tornado.concurrent.Future` to minimize the
      difference between Python 2 and 3.
      > Cancellation is now partially supported, via
      `asyncio.Future.cancel`. A canceled `.Future` can no longer have
      its result set. Applications that handle `~asyncio.Future`
      objects directly may want to use
      `tornado.concurrent.future_set_result_unless_cancelled`. In
      native coroutines, cancellation will cause an exception to be
      raised in the coroutine.
      > The ``exc_info`` and ``set_exc_info`` methods are no longer
      present. Use `tornado.concurrent.future_set_exc_info` to replace
      the latter, and raise the exception with
      `~asyncio.Future.result` to replace the former.
    * ``io_loop`` arguments to many Tornado functions have been removed.
      Use `.IOLoop.current()` instead of passing `.IOLoop` objects
    * On Python 3, `.IOLoop` is always a wrapper around the `asyncio`
      event loop. ``IOLoop.configure`` is effectively removed on Python 3
      (for compatibility, it may be called to redundantly specify the
      `asyncio`-backed `.IOLoop`)
    * `.IOLoop.instance` is now a deprecated alias for `.IOLoop.current`.
      Applications that need the cross-thread communication behavior
      facilitated by `.IOLoop.instance` should use their own global variable
    + Other notes
    * The ``futures`` (`concurrent.futures` backport) package is now required
      on Python 2.7.
    * The ``certifi`` and ``backports.ssl-match-hostname`` packages are no
      longer required on Python 2.7.
    * Python 3.6 or higher is recommended, because it features more
      efficient garbage collection of `asyncio.Future` objects.
    + tornado.auth
    * `.GoogleOAuth2Mixin` now uses a newer set of URLs.
    + tornado.autoreload
    * On Python 3, uses ``__main__.__spec`` to more reliably reconstruct
      the original command line and avoid modifying ``PYTHONPATH``.
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to `tornado.autoreload.start` has been removed.
    + tornado.concurrent
    * `tornado.concurrent.Future` is now an alias for `asyncio.Future`
      when running on Python 3. See "Backwards-compatibility notes" for
    * Setting the result of a ``Future`` no longer blocks while callbacks
      are being run. Instead, the callbacks are scheduled on the next
      `.IOLoop` iteration.
    * The deprecated alias ``tornado.concurrent.TracebackFuture`` has been
    * `tornado.concurrent.chain_future` now works with all three kinds of
      ``Futures`` (Tornado, `asyncio`, and `concurrent.futures`)
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to `tornado.concurrent.run_on_executor` has
      been removed.
    * New functions `.future_set_result_unless_cancelled`,
      `.future_set_exc_info`, and `.future_add_done_callback` help mask
      the difference between `asyncio.Future` and Tornado's previous
      ``Future`` implementation.
    + tornado.curl_httpclient
    * Improved debug logging on Python 3.
    * The ``time_info`` response attribute now includes ``appconnect`` in
      addition to other measurements.
    * Closing a `.CurlAsyncHTTPClient` now breaks circular references that
      could delay garbage collection.
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to the `.CurlAsyncHTTPClient` constructor
      has been removed.
    + tornado.gen
    * ``tornado.gen.TimeoutError`` is now an alias for
    * Leak detection for ``Futures`` created by this module now attributes
      them to their proper caller instead of the coroutine machinery.
    * Several circular references that could delay garbage collection have
      been broken up.
    * On Python 3, `asyncio.Task` is used instead of the Tornado coroutine
      runner. This improves compatibility with some `asyncio` libraries
      and adds support for cancellation.
    * The ``io_loop`` arguments to ``YieldFuture`` and `.with_timeout` have
      been removed.
    + tornado.httpclient
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to all `.AsyncHTTPClient` constructors has
      been removed.
    + tornado.httpserver
    * It is now possible for a client to reuse a connection after sending
      a chunked request.
    * If a client sends a malformed request, the server now responds with
      a 400 error instead of simply closing the connection.
    * ``Content-Length`` and ``Transfer-Encoding`` headers are no longer
      sent with 1xx or 204 responses (this was already true of 304
    * When closing a connection to a HTTP/1.1 client, the ``Connection:
      close`` header is sent with the response.
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to the `.HTTPServer` constructor has been
    * If more than one ``X-Scheme`` or ``X-Forwarded-Proto`` header is
      present, only the last is used.
    + tornado.httputil
    * The string representation of `.HTTPServerRequest` objects (which are
      sometimes used in log messages) no longer includes the request
    * New function `.qs_to_qsl` converts the result of
      `urllib.parse.parse_qs` to name-value pairs.
    + tornado.ioloop
    * ``tornado.ioloop.TimeoutError`` is now an alias for
    * `.IOLoop.instance` is now a deprecated alias for `.IOLoop.current`.
    * `.IOLoop.install` and `.IOLoop.clear_instance` are deprecated.
    * The ``IOLoop.initialized`` method has been removed.
    * On Python 3, the `asyncio`-backed `.IOLoop` is always used and
      alternative `.IOLoop` implementations cannot be configured.
      `.IOLoop.current` and related methods pass through to
    * `~.IOLoop.run_sync` cancels its argument on a timeout. This
      results in better stack traces (and avoids log messages about leaks)
      in native coroutines.
    * New methods `.IOLoop.run_in_executor` and
      `.IOLoop.set_default_executor` make it easier to run functions in
      other threads from native coroutines (since
      `concurrent.futures.Future` does not support ``await``).
    * ``PollIOLoop`` (the default on Python 2) attempts to detect misuse
      of `.IOLoop` instances across `os.fork`.
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to `.PeriodicCallback` has been removed.
    * It is now possible to create a `.PeriodicCallback` in one thread
      and start it in another without passing an explicit event loop.
    * The ``IOLoop.set_blocking_signal_threshold`` and
      ``IOLoop.set_blocking_log_threshold`` methods are deprecated because
      they are not implemented for the `asyncio` event loop`. Use the
      ``PYTHONASYNCIODEBUG=1`` environment variable instead.
    * `.IOLoop.clear_current` now works if it is called before any
      current loop is established.
    + tornado.iostream
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to the `.IOStream` constructor has been removed.
    * New method `.BaseIOStream.read_into` provides a minimal-copy alternative to
    * `.BaseIOStream.write` is now much more efficient for very large amounts of data.
    * Fixed some cases in which ``IOStream.error`` could be inaccurate.
    * Writing a `memoryview` can no longer result in "BufferError:
      Existing exports of data: object cannot be re-sized".
    + tornado.locks
    * As a side effect of the ``Future`` changes, waiters are always
      notified asynchronously with respect to `.Condition.notify`.
    + tornado.netutil
    * The default `.Resolver` now uses `.IOLoop.run_in_executor`.
      `.ExecutorResolver`, `.BlockingResolver`, and `.ThreadedResolver` are
    * The ``io_loop`` arguments to `.add_accept_handler`,
      `.ExecutorResolver`, and `.ThreadedResolver` have been removed.
    * `.add_accept_handler` returns a callable which can be used to remove
      all handlers that were added.
    * `.OverrideResolver` now accepts per-family overrides.
    + tornado.options
    * Duplicate option names are now detected properly whether they use
      hyphens or underscores.
    + tornado.platform.asyncio
    * `.AsyncIOLoop` and `.AsyncIOMainLoop` are now used automatically
      when appropriate; referencing them explicitly is no longer
    * Starting an `.IOLoop` or making it current now also sets the
      `asyncio` event loop for the current thread. Closing an `.IOLoop`
      closes the corresponding `asyncio` event loop.
    * `.to_tornado_future` and `.to_asyncio_future` are deprecated since
      they are now no-ops.
    * `~.AnyThreadEventLoopPolicy` can now be used to easily allow the creation
      of event loops on any thread (similar to Tornado's prior policy).
    + tornado.platform.caresresolver
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to `.CaresResolver` has been removed.
    + tornado.platform.twisted
    * The ``io_loop`` arguments to ``TornadoReactor``, `.TwistedResolver`,
      and ``tornado.platform.twisted.install`` have been removed.
    + tornado.process
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to the `.Subprocess` constructor and
      `.Subprocess.initialize` has been removed.
    + tornado.routing
    * A default 404 response is now generated if no delegate is found for
      a request.
    + tornado.simple_httpclient
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to `.SimpleAsyncHTTPClient` has been removed.
    * TLS is now configured according to `ssl.create_default_context` by
    + tornado.tcpclient
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to the `.TCPClient` constructor has been
    * `.TCPClient.connect` has a new ``timeout`` argument.
    + tornado.tcpserver
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to the `.TCPServer` constructor has been
    * `.TCPServer` no longer logs ``EBADF`` errors during shutdown.
    + tornado.testing
    * The deprecated ``tornado.testing.get_unused_port`` and
      ``tornado.testing.LogTrapTestCase`` have been removed.
    * `.AsyncHTTPTestCase.fetch` now supports absolute URLs.
    * `.AsyncHTTPTestCase.fetch` now connects to ````
      instead of ``localhost`` to be more robust against faulty
      ipv6 configurations.
    + tornado.util
    * `tornado.util.TimeoutError` replaces ``tornado.gen.TimeoutError``
      and ``tornado.ioloop.TimeoutError``.
    * `.Configurable` now supports configuration at multiple levels of an
      inheritance hierarchy.
    + tornado.web
    * `.RequestHandler.set_status` no longer requires that the given
      status code appear in `http.client.responses`.
    * It is no longer allowed to send a body with 1xx or 204 responses.
    * Exception handling now breaks up reference cycles that could delay
      garbage collection.
    * `.RedirectHandler` now copies any query arguments from the request
      to the redirect location.
    * If both ``If-None-Match`` and ``If-Modified-Since`` headers are present
      in a request to `.StaticFileHandler`, the latter is now ignored.
    + tornado.websocket
    * The C accelerator now operates on multiple bytes at a time to
      improve performance.
    * Requests with invalid websocket headers now get a response with
      status code 400 instead of a closed connection.
    * `.WebSocketHandler.write_message` now raises `.WebSocketClosedError` if
      the connection closes while the write is in progress.
    * The ``io_loop`` argument to `.websocket_connect` has been removed.
  - Rebase patches:
    * tornado-testsuite_timeout.patch
    * skip-failing-tests.patch
  - Remove upstream-included asyncio.patch
* Thu Mar 07 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Fix fdupes macro expansion
* Wed Jan 30 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Add patch to skip tests failing with openss-1.1.1; this happens
    only when using TLS 1.3 so if user wants to use tornado they
    can hand disable the TLS and continue:
    * skip-failing-tests.patch
* Mon Jan 28 2019 Jonathan Brownell <>
  - Import necessary dependencies on Red Hat platforms
* Thu Jan 10 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Add patch really fixing the tests/tool to work on py3.7:
    * asyncio.patch
  - Add patch to enlarge key size for openssl 1.1.1:
    * openssl-cert-size.patch
* Thu Jan 10 2019 Tomáš Chvátal <>
  - Drop patch tornado-async-deprecations.patch that does not fix
    stuff on py3.7



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