python-discid 1.1.0 (and 1.0.3) released

New versions of python-discid are available.

Changes in 1.1.0

  • feature: #36 add Disc.toc_string
  • #38 remove DiscId (deprecated since 0.5.0)

Changes in 1.0.3

  • fix: #37 test_emptyness: Assertion disc->success failed

Python-discid 1.0.3 is a bugfix version for the recent libdicid 0.6.0 release and python-discid 1.1.0 adds the TOC string, which is also part of new libdiscid versions. The TOC can be used for fuzzy searches in the web service.
The toc string feature was backported and can be used together with any version of libdiscid >= 0.2.2.

The bugfix for 1.0.3 is only relevant for running the test suite (which is done at install time usually). It shouldn’t affect normal operation. If you don’t have any problems, you don’t need to upgrade.

The DiscId class was already deprecated in the 0.5.0 beta, but still works in 1.0.x releases.
The correct usage is to create a Disc object with read() or put().
See also basic usage of python-discid.

Downloads are available at pypi. Packages are available for some linux distributions.
Recent stable and git versions of python-discid and other MusicBrainz client libraries and tools are now available for many Ubuntu versions at the MusicBrainz Stable and https://launchpad.net/~musicbrainz-developers/+archive/daily PPAs.

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