backports.shutilpackage is no longer needed or installed on Python 3.x. Patch by Stephen Gallagher.
Added helpful instructions when configuring RBTools to use the wrong Review Board server URL. When encountering a bad URL, RBTools will try to determine the mistake and offer advice for fixing it. For instance, if it appears to be an RBCommons_ URL, it will notify if the URL is constructed correctly or if the team could not be found. Ultimately, this avoids confusion and frustration we've seen when first getting going with RBTools.
Reworked Two-Factor Authentication support for RBCommons. This release will be needed going forward in order to support two-factor authentication with RBCommons accounts.
Added a :option:
--no-renames flag for removing rename information from Git diffs.
This is used to override the default behavior in which we have Git look
for file changes that could be renames. It's useful when Git is finding
changes that should be seen as entirely new files and turning them into
renamed files. Patch by Brian LeBlanc.
!), RBTools no longer strips any quotes in the command or evaluates escape sequences, instead allowing the shell to handle this. Patch by Barret Rennie.
Fixed Python 3.x compatibility issues with iterating through pages of resources.
Improved error output when encountering missing resources.
originremote. RBTools will now try to determine an appropriate remote. If :option:
--tracking-branchwas provided, that remote will be used, otherwise the remote configured for the current branch will be used. If a suitable remote could not be found, the first configured remote (or
originif not found) will be used, and a warning will be shown.
Fixed applying patches from users with private profiles.
If a user has marked their profile private, their full name and e-mail
address wouldn't be available, causing :command:
rbt patch to crash.
rbt patch --print on Python 3.x. (:bug:
Patch by Basil Crow.
4762) Patch by David Cain.
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2019-5bf333e783
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