Changelog for deltachat-core’s Python bindings¶
emit “ac_member_removed” event (with ‘actor’ being the removed contact) for when a user leaves a group.
fix create_contact(addr) when addr is the self-contact.
uses latest 1.40+ Delta Chat core
refactored internals to use plugin-approach
introduced PerAccount and Global hooks that plugins can implement
introduced ac_member_added() and ac_member_removed() plugin events.
introduced two documented examples for an echo and a group-membership tracking plugin.
use latest core 1.25.0
refine tests and some internal changes to core bindings
lots of new Python APIs
use rust core-beta23
introduce automatic versioning via setuptools_scm, based on py-X.Y.Z tags
integrate latest DCC core-rust with dc_close() fixes
provide a account.shutdown() method and improve termination logic also in tests. also fixes output-clubbering during test runs.
use new experimental full-Rust Delta Chat core
support Autocrypt Setup Messages
remove synchronous events
use CircleCI for continous integration and packaging of Linux wheels
use docker image for building wheels
fix code documentation links
build against latest deltachat core (0.41 ++) with RPGP compiled in
streamline package building
allow installing from devpi.net package index
adapt to deleted and new event names
changed license to MPL 2.0, see https://github.com/deltachat/deltachat-core/issues/403 for the confirmation from contributors.
now depends on core tagged as v0.23.0
drop send_image and other helper methods in favor of just a Chat.send_file() that takes all kinds of media types
introduce Message.get_mime_headers() which returns the headers for an incoming message if the
save_mime_headersconfig option is set.
add Message.time_received attribute, now returning an unaware datetime
set_config() and get_config() now throw an error if a config option does not exist
some API renames
add Account.get_infostring() to show low-level info about account state
add Chat.delete(), Chat.send_image() and Chat.send_file()
renamed Chat.send_text_message to Chat.send_text() (all other send methods also have no “_msg” at the end as it’s pretty clear Chat.send_X is going to send a message to the chat)
new Account.create_message() to create new messages that are not in the database (yet)
refined logging of events which now shows relative timestamps
initial release with full low level C-API, and a first high level API