[Python-modules-team] python3-dateutil_2.0+dfsg1-1_i386.changes is NEW

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powerful extensions to the standard datetime module in Python 3
 The dateutil package extends the standard datetime module with:
  * computing of relative deltas (next month, next year, next Monday, last week
    of month, etc);
  * computing of relative deltas between two given date and/or datetime objects
  * computing of dates based on very flexible recurrence rules, using a superset
    of the iCalendar specification. Parsing of RFC strings is supported as well.
  * generic parsing of dates in almost any string format
  * timezone (tzinfo) implementations for tzfile(5) format files
    (/etc/localtime, /usr/share/zoneinfo, etc), TZ environment string (in all
    known formats), iCalendar format files, given ranges (with help from
    relative deltas), local machine timezone, fixed offset timezone, UTC
  * computing of Easter Sunday dates for any given year, using Western, Orthodox
    or Julian algorithms
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python3-dateutil (2.0+dfsg1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Initial release (Closes: #665415)
  * Copy patch to use C locale in example from python-dateutil
  * Patch for running tests on Python >= 3.2
  * Patch updating readme
  * Patch fixing bug with reading binary timezone files
  * Repackage source without binary parts
  * Update tests that depend on the missing binary parts to call alternative

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