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[Issue 209] New - Python standard version information

Author steve_barnes
Full name Steve Barnes
Date 2017-01-06 17:11:49 PST
Message http://pysvn.tigris.​org/issues/show_bug.​cgi?id=209
                 Issue #|209
                 Summary|Python standard version information
       Status whiteboard|
              Issue type|ENHANCEMENT
             Assigned to|barryscott
             Reported by|steve_barnes

------- Additional comments from steve_barnes at tigris dot org Fri Jan 6 05:23:50 -0800 2017 -------
The long standing standard for versioning libraries it to have a __version__
member containing a version string - pysvn currently has a version member which
returns a tupple such as (1, 9, 3, 1884) and a svn_api_version which returns (1,
9, 4, ' (r1740329)').

A two line change can permit this if __version__ was created by default as:

__version__ = '%d.%d.%d (svn %d)' % version
__version__ += ' SVN API %d.%d.%d %s' % svn_api_version

The version information would be where many python programmers expect to find it
and would return "1.9.3 (svn 1884) SVN API 1.9.4 (r1740329)"

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