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Breaking Changes

This is a list of breaking changes that have been made to MILC. If your script stops working after a minor or major version upgrade this document will tell you how to fix it.

Version 1.8.0

  • MILC no longer does a logging.basicConfig before configuring logging. Modules which log during import time may emit extraneous messages with non-MILC formatting.

Version 1.7.0

  • MILC is now fully type hinted
  • You can pass in custom loggers using set_metadata

Version 1.6.0

Version 1.5.0

Version 1.4.0

  • The config subcommand now filters out configuration that has not been explicitly set. The new --all flag will allow you to see all possible configuration options and their default values.
  • Setting program metadata through environment variables has been deprecated. In its place is the new set_metadata() function. See Metadata for more detail.
  • MILC now tracks whether a script is running interactively or not with cli.interactive. You can pass --interactive to force a script into interactive mode even when stdout is not a TTY. milc.questions will always return the default answer when running non-interactively, unless --yes or --no are passed.

Version 1.3.0

  • You can now set the program version number with os.environ['MILC_APP_VERSION'] = '1.2.3'
  • New global arguments: --unicode and --no-unicode
  • ANSIFormatter, ANSIStrippingFormatter, ANSIEmojiLoglevelFormatter, and ANSIStrippingEmojiLoglevelFormatter have been removed in favor of format_ansi() being color aware. The new MILCFormatter is being used in its place.

Version 1.2.0

Version 1.1.0

  • Configuration: 0 and 1 are now considered integers, not boolean

Version 1.0.0

Initial Version