Updated: python-gdata-2.0.16-1

Chris Sutcliffe ir0nh34d@gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 18:45:00 GMT 2012

Version 2.0.16-1 of python-gdata has been uploaded.

python-gdata is the Google Data Python Client Library.  The Google
Data Python Client Library provides a library and source code that
make it easy to access data through Google Data APIs.

=== 2.0.16 ===
5 Jan 2011

- Add sample for Docs List API to delete ACL.
- Added support for label deletion in the Email Settings API client library
- Added a sample for Email Settings create label and filters with exponential
- Added sample for enabling pop settings using Email Settings API
- Fixed typo in analytics sample.
- Fixed ACL batching URI in Docs.
- Updated RetrieveAllUsers and RetrieveAllAliases to return all pages instead
  of one.
- Removing force=True from some ACL requests in DocsClient
- Added RetrieveGroups method and updated RetrieveAllGroups and
  RetrieveAllMembers method
- Added a quick start sample for user provisioning
- Added a client for organization unit provisioning
- Added client architecture for group provisioning
- Added a new sample for multidonain provisioning. Demonstrates all the
  functions available.
- Added test for RetrieveAllUserAliases and changed OAuth scopes for Apps
- Added client architecture for provisioning api and tests for client
- Added support for batch requests to update spreadsheet cells.
- Added GetAcl alias for get_acl in DocsClient
- Added new ACL and get by ID methods to DocsClient.
- Added some conditional imports for tlslite.
- Updates to category handling for Documents list API
- Added a function to retrieve all the aliases for a given user email.
- Fixed #553


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