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= 4.9.3 (20201003) Implemented a significant performance optimization to the process ofsearching the parse tree. Patch by Morotti. [bug=1898212] = 4.9.2 (20200926) Fixed a bug that caused too many tags to be popped from the tagstack during tree building, when encountering a closing tag that hadno matching opening tag. [bug=1880420]Fixed a bug that inconsistently moved elements over when passinga Tag, rather than a list, into Tag.extend(). [bug=1885710]Specify the soupsieve dependency in a way that complies withPEP 508. Patch by Mike Nerone. [bug=1893696]Change the signatures for BeautifulSoup.insert_before and insert_after(which are not implemented) to match PageElement.insert_before andinsert_after, quieting warnings in some IDEs. [bug=1897120] = 4.9.1 (20200517) Added a keyword argument ‘on_duplicate_attribute’ to theBeautifulSoupHTMLParser constructor (used by the html.parser treebuilder) which lets you customize the handling of markup thatcontains the same attribute more than once, as in:[bug=1878209]Added a distinct subclass, GuessedAtParserWarning, for the warningissued when BeautifulSoup is instantiated without a parser beingspecified. [bug=1873787]Added a distinct subclass, MarkupResemblesLocatorWarning, for thewarning issued when BeautifulSoup is instantiated with ‘markup’ thatactually seems to be a URL or the path to a file ondisk. [bug=1873787]The new NavigableString subclasses (Stylesheet, Script, andTemplateString) can now be imported directly from the bs4 package.If you encode a document with a Python-specific encoding like‘unicode_escape’, that encoding is no longer mentioned in the finalXML or HTML document. Instead, encoding information is omitted orleft blank. [bug=1874955]Fixed test failures when run against soupselect 2.0. Patch by TomášChvátal. [bug=1872279] = 4.9.0 (20200405) Added PageElement.decomposed, a new property which lets youcheck whether you’ve already called decompose() on a Tag orNavigableString.Embedded CSS and Javascript is now stored in distinct Stylesheet andScript tags, which are ignored by methods like get_text() since mostpeople don’t consider this sort of content to be ‘text’. Thisfeature is not supported by the html5lib treebuilder. [bug=1868861]Added a Russian translation by ‘authoress’ to the repository.Fixed an unhandled exception when formatting a Tag that had beendecomposed.[bug=1857767]Fixed a bug that happened when passing a Unicode filename containingnon-ASCII characters as markup into Beautiful Soup, on a system thatallows Unicode filenames. [bug=1866717]Added a performance optimization to PageElement.extract(). Patch byArthur Darcet. = 4.8.2 (20191224) Added Python docstrings to all public methods of the most commonlyused classes.Added a Chinese translation by Deron Wang and a Brazilian Portuguesetranslation by Cezar Peixeiro to the repository.Fixed two deprecation warnings. Patches by ColinWatson and Nicholas Neumann. [bug=1847592] [bug=1855301]The html.parser tree builder now correctly handles DOCTYPEs that arenot uppercase. [bug=1848401]PageElement.select() now returns a ResultSet rather than a regularlist, making it consistent with methods like find_all(). = 4.8.1 (20191006) When the html.parser or html5lib parsers are in use, Beautiful Soupwill, by default, record the position in the original document whereeach tag was encountered. This includes line number (Tag.sourceline)and position within a line (Tag.sourcepos). Based on code by ChrisMayo. [bug=1742921]When instantiating a BeautifulSoup object, it’s now possible toprovide a dictionary (‘element_classes’) of the classes you’d like to beinstantiated instead of Tag, NavigableString, etc.Fixed the definition of the default XML namespace when usinglxml 4.4. Patch by Isaac Muse. [bug=1840141]Fixed a crash when pretty-printing tags that were not createdduring initial parsing. [bug=1838903]Copying a Tag preserves information that was originally obtained fromthe TreeBuilder used to build the original Tag. [bug=1838903]Raise an explanatory exception when the underlying parsercompletely rejects the incoming markup. [bug=1838877]Avoid a crash when trying to detect the declared encoding of aUnicode document. [bug=1838877]Avoid a crash when unpickling certain parse trees generatedusing html5lib on Python 3. [bug=1843545] = 4.8.0 (20190720, “One Small Soup”) This release focuses on making it easier to customize Beautiful Soup’sinput mechanism (the TreeBuilder) and output mechanism (the Formatter). You can customize the TreeBuilder object by passing keywordarguments into the BeautifulSoup constructor. Those keywordarguments will be passed along into the TreeBuilder constructor. The main reason to do this right now is to change how whichattributes are treated as multi-valued attributes (the way ‘class’is treated by default). You can do this with the‘multi_valued_attributes’ argument. [bug=1832978]The role of Formatter objects has been greatly expanded. The Formatterclass now controls the following:The function to call to perform entity substitution. (This waspreviously Formatter’s only job.)Which tags should be treated as containing CDATA and have theircontents exempt from entity substitution.The order in which a tag’s attributes are output. [bug=1812422]Whether or not to put a ‘/’ inside a void element, e.g. ‘‘ vs ‘‘ All preexisting code should work as before.Added a new method to the API, Tag.smooth(), which consolidatesmultiple adjacent NavigableString elements. [bug=1697296]‘ (which is valid in XML, XHTML, and HTML 5, but not HTML 4) is alwaysrecognized as a named entity and converted to a single quote. [bug=1818721] = 4.7.1 (20190106) Fixed a significant performance problem introduced in 4.7.0. [bug=1810617]Fixed an incorrectly raised exception when inserting a tag before orafter an identical tag. [bug=1810692]Beautiful Soup will no longer try to keep track of namespaces thatare not defined with a prefix; this can confuse soupselect. [bug=1810680]Tried even harder to avoid the deprecation warning originally fixed in4.6.1. [bug=1778909] = 4.7.0 (20181231) Beautiful Soup’s CSS Selector implementation has been replaced by adependency on Isaac Muse’s SoupSieve project (the soupsieve packageon PyPI). The good news is that SoupSieve has a much more robust andcomplete implementation of CSS selectors, resolving a large numberof longstanding issues. The bad news is that from this point onward,SoupSieve must be installed if you want to use the select() method. You don’t have to change anything lf you installed Beautiful Soupthrough pip (SoupSieve will be automatically installed when youupgrade Beautiful Soup) or if you don’t use CSS selectors fromwithin Beautiful Soup. SoupSieve documentation: https://facelessuser.github.io/soupsieve/Added the PageElement.extend() method, which works like list.append(). [bug=1514970] PageElement.insert_before() and insert_after() now take a variablenumber of arguments. [bug=1514970] Fix a number of problems with the tree builder that causedtrees that were superficially okay, but which fell apart when bitswere extracted. Patch by Isaac Muse. [bug=1782928,1809910] Fixed a problem with the tree builder in which elements thatcontained no content (such as empty comments and all-whitespaceelements) were not being treated as part of the tree. Patch by IsaacMuse. [bug=1798699] Fixed a problem with multi-valued attributes where the valuecontained whitespace. Thanks to Jens Svalgaard for thefix. [bug=1787453] Clarified ambiguous license statements in the source code. BeautifulSoup is released under the MIT license, and has been since 4.4.0. This file has been renamed from NEWS.txt to CHANGELOG. = 4.6.3 (20180812) Exactly the same as 4.6.2. Re-released to make the README filerender properly on PyPI. = 4.6.2 (20180812) Fix an exception when a custom formatter was asked to format a voidelement. [bug=1784408] = 4.6.1 (20180728) Stop data loss when encountering an empty numeric entity, andpossibly in other cases. Thanks to tos.kamiya for the fix. [bug=1698503]Preserve XML namespaces introduced inside an XML document, not justthe ones introduced at the top level. [bug=1718787]Added a new formatter, “html5”, which represents void elementsas “” rather than “”. [bug=1716272]Fixed a problem where the html.parser tree builder interpreteda string like “&foo ” as the character entity “&foo;” [bug=1728706]Correctly handle invalid HTML numeric character entities like “which reference code points that are not Unicode code points. Notethat this is only fixed when Beautiful Soup is used with thehtml.parser parser — html5lib already worked and I couldn’t fix itwith lxml. [bug=1782933]Improved the warning given when no parser is specified. [bug=1780571]When markup contains duplicate elements, a select() call thatincludes multiple match clauses will match all relevantelements. [bug=1770596]Fixed code that was causing deprecation warnings in recent Python 3versions. Includes a patch from Ville Skyttä. [bug=1778909] [bug=1689496]Fixed a Windows crash in diagnose() when checking whether a longmarkup string is a filename. [bug=1737121]Stopped HTMLParser from raising an exception in very rare cases ofbad markup. [bug=1708831]Fixed a bug where find_all() was not working when asked to find atag with a namespaced name in an XML document that was parsed asHTML. [bug=1723783]You can get finer control over formatting by subclassingbs4.element.Formatter and passing a Formatter instance into (e.g.)encode(). [bug=1716272]You can pass a dictionary of attrs intoBeautifulSoup.new_tag. This makes it possible to create a tag withan attribute like ‘name’ that would otherwise be masked by anotherargument of new_tag. [bug=1779276]Clarified the deprecation warning when accessing tag.fooTag, to coverthe possibility that you might really have been looking for a tagcalled ‘fooTag’. = 4.6.0 (20170507) = Added the Tag.get_attribute_list method, which acts like Tag.get forgetting the value of an attribute, but which always returns a list,whether or not the attribute is a multi-value attribute. [bug=1678589]It’s now possible to use a tag’s namespace prefix when searching,e.g. soup.find(‘namespace:tag’) [bug=1655332]Improved the handling of empty-element tags likewhen using thehtml.parser parser. [bug=1676935]HTML parsers treat all HTML4 and HTML5 empty element tags (aka voidelement tags) correctly. [bug=1656909]Namespace prefix is preserved when an XML tag is copied. Thanksto Vikas for a patch and test. [bug=1685172] = 4.5.3 (20170102) = Fixed foster parenting when html5lib is the tree builder. Thanks toGeoffrey Sneddon for a patch and test.Fixed yet another problem that caused the html5lib tree builder tocreate a disconnected parse tree. [bug=1629825] = 4.5.2 (20170102) = Apart from the version number, this release is identical to4.5.3. Due to user error, it could not be completely uploaded toPyPI. Use 4.5.3 instead. = 4.5.1 (20160802) = Fixed a crash when passing Unicode markup that contained aprocessing instruction into the lxml HTML parser on Python [bug=1608048] = 4.5.0 (20160719) = Beautiful Soup is no longer compatible with Python 2.6. Thisactually happened a few releases ago, but it’s now official.Beautiful Soup will now work with versions of html5lib greater than0.99999999. [bug=1603299]If a search against each individual value of a multi-valuedattribute fails, the search will be run one final time against thecomplete attribute value considered as a single string. That is, ifa tag has class=”foo bar” and neither “foo” nor “bar” matches, but“foo bar” does, the tag is now considered a match. This happened in previous versions, but only when the value beingsearched for was a string. Now it also works when that value isa regular expression, a list of strings, etc. [bug=1476868]Fixed a bug that deranged the tree when a whitespace element wasreparented into a tag that contained an identical whitespaceelement. [bug=1505351]Added support for CSS selector values that contain quoted spaces,such as tag[style=”display: foo”]. [bug=1540588]Corrected handling of XML processing instructions. [bug=1504393]Corrected an encoding error that happened when a BeautifulSoupobject was copied. [bug=1554439]The contents of tags will no longer be modified when the tree is prettified. [bug=1555829] When a BeautifulSoup object is pickled but its tree builder cannot be pickled, its .builder attribute is set to None instead of being destroyed. This avoids a performance problem once the object is unpickled. [bug=1523629] Specify the file and line number when warning about a BeautifulSoup object being instantiated without a parser being specified. [bug=1574647] The limit argument to select() now works correctly, though it’s not implemented very efficiently. [bug=1520530] Fixed a Python 3 ByteWarning when a URL was passed in as though it were markup. Thanks to James Salter for a patch and test. [bug=1533762] We don’t run the check for a filename passed in as markup if the ‘filename’ contains a less-than character; the less-than character indicates it’s most likely a very small document. [bug=1577864] = 4.4.1 (20150928) = Fixed a bug that deranged the tree when part of it was removed. Thanks to Eric Weiser for the patch and John Wiseman for a test. [bug=1481520] Fixed a parse bug with the html5lib tree-builder. Thanks to Roel Kramer for the patch. [bug=1483781] Improved the implementation of CSS selector grouping. Thanks to Orangain for the patch. [bug=1484543] Fixed the test_detect_utf8 test so that it works when chardet is installed. [bug=1471359] Corrected the output of Declaration objects. [bug=1477847] = 4.4.0 (20150703) = Especially important changes: Added a warning when you instantiate a BeautifulSoup object without explicitly naming a parser. [bug=1398866] repr now returns an ASCII bytestring in Python 2, and a Unicode string in Python 3, instead of a UTF8-encoded bytestring in both versions. In Python 3, str now returns a Unicode string instead of a bytestring. [bug=1420131] The text argument to the find_* methods is now called string, which is more accurate. text still works, but string is the argument described in the documentation. text may eventually change its meaning, but not for a very long time. [bug=1366856] Changed the way soup objects work under copy.copy(). Copying a NavigableString or a Tag will give you a new NavigableString that’s equal to the old one but not connected to the parse tree. Patch by Martijn Peters. [bug=1307490] Started using a standard MIT license. [bug=1294662] Added a Chinese translation of the documentation by Delong .w. New features: Introduced the select_one() method, which uses a CSS selector but only returns the first match, instead of a list of matches. [bug=1349367] You can now create a Tag object without specifying a TreeBuilder. Patch by Martijn Pieters. [bug=1307471] You can now create a NavigableString or a subclass just by invoking the constructor. [bug=1294315] Added an exclude_encodings argument to UnicodeDammit and to the Beautiful Soup constructor, which lets you prohibit the detection of an encoding that you know is wrong. [bug=1469408] The select() method now supports selector grouping. Patch by Francisco Canas [bug=1191917] Bug fixes: Fixed yet another problem that caused the html5lib tree builder to create a disconnected parse tree. [bug=1237763] Force object_was_parsed() to keep the tree intact even when an element from later in the document is moved into place. [bug=1430633] Fixed yet another bug that caused a disconnected tree when html5lib copied an element from one part of the tree to another. [bug=1270611] Fixed a bug where Element.extract() could create an infinite loop in the remaining tree. The select() method can now find tags whose names contain dashes. Patch by Francisco Canas. [bug=1276211] The select() method can now find tags with attributes whose names contain dashes. Patch by Marek Kapolka. [bug=1304007] Improved the lxml tree builder’s handling of processing instructions. [bug=1294645] Restored the helpful syntax error that happens when you try to import the Python 2 edition of Beautiful Soup under Python [bug=1213387] In Python 3.4 and above, set the new convert_charrefs argument to the html.parser constructor to avoid a warning and future failures. Patch by Stefano Revera. [bug=1375721] The warning when you pass in a filename or URL as markup will now be displayed correctly even if the filename or URL is a Unicode string. [bug=1268888] If the initial tag contains a CDATA list attribute such as ‘class’, the html5lib tree builder will now turn its value into a list, as it would with any other tag. [bug=1296481] Fixed an import error in Python 3.5 caused by the removal of the HTMLParseError class. [bug=1420063] Improved docstring for encode_contents() and decode_contents(). [bug=1441543] Fixed a crash in Unicode, Dammit’s encoding detector when the name of the encoding itself contained invalid bytes. [bug=1360913] Improved the exception raised when you call .unwrap() or .replace_with() on an element that’s not attached to a tree. Raise a NotImplementedError whenever an unsupported CSS pseudoclass is used in select(). Previously some cases did not result in a NotImplementedError. It’s now possible to pickle a BeautifulSoup object no matter which tree builder was used to create it. However, the only tree builder that survives the pickling process is the HTMLParserTreeBuilder (‘html.parser’). If you unpickle a BeautifulSoup object created with some other tree builder, soup.builder will be None. [bug=1231545] = 4.3.2 (20131002) = Fixed a bug in which short Unicode input was improperly encoded to ASCII when checking whether or not it was the name of a file on disk. [bug=1227016] Fixed a crash when a short input contains data not valid in filenames. [bug=1232604] Fixed a bug that caused Unicode data put into UnicodeDammit to return None instead of the original data. [bug=1214983] Combined two tests to stop a spurious test failure when tests are run by nosetests. [bug=1212445] = 4.3.1 (20130815) = Fixed yet another problem with the html5lib tree builder, caused by html5lib’s tendency to rearrange the tree during parsing. [bug=1189267] Fixed a bug that caused the optimized version of find_all() to return nothing. [bug=1212655] = 4.3.0 (20130812) = Instead of converting incoming data to Unicode and feeding it to the lxml tree builder in chunks, Beautiful Soup now makes successive guesses at the encoding of the incoming data, and tells lxml to parse the data as that encoding. Giving lxml more control over the parsing process improves performance and avoids a number of bugs and issues with the lxml parser which had previously required elaborate workarounds: An issue in which lxml refuses to parse Unicode strings on some systems. [bug=1180527] A returning bug that truncated documents longer than a (very small) size. [bug=963880] A returning bug in which extra spaces were added to a document if the document defined a charset other than UTF-8. [bug=972466] This required a major overhaul of the tree builder architecture. If you wrote your own tree builder and didn’t tell me, you’ll need to modify your prepare_markup() method. The UnicodeDammit code that makes guesses at encodings has been split into its own class, EncodingDetector. A lot of apparently redundant code has been removed from Unicode, Dammit, and some undocumented features have also been removed. Beautiful Soup will issue a warning if instead of markup you pass it a URL or the name of a file on disk (a common beginner’s mistake). A number of optimizations improve the performance of the lxml tree builder by about 33%, the html.parser tree builder by about 20%, and the html5lib tree builder by about 15%. All find_all calls should now return a ResultSet object. Patch by Aaron DeVore. [bug=1194034] = 4.2.1 (20130531) = The default XML formatter will now replace ampersands even if they appear to be part of entities. That is, “

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