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and subject line 51 has been uploaded to PyPI
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package: diffoscope
version: 51
severity: minor
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thanks for making us aware of this issue!

On Mittwoch, 9. März 2016, Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek wrote:
> > FYI: I checked why I missed diffscope 49, 50, and 51.
> > It seems to be a problem with pypi:
> >
> > ch only lists diffoscope 48 as the lastest version. So either somebody
> > forgot to upload the latest versions there, or it's not displaying them
> > for some reason.
> V. 49 is also on pypi, just doesn't show up in the search.

is there a commandline client to search on pypi? I'd like to setup an 
automatic test which will notify us, when a new diffoscope upload has been 
made to Debian, but not to pypi.

Also: who can how upload to pypi?
> Is there a canonical place do download a tarball of the project apart from
> pypi?



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