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    • Petr Špaček's avatar
      Deckard: simplify Scenario.force_ipv6 implementation · bf4206a9
      Petr Špaček authored
      Socket family selectino logic was unnecessarily duplicated several times.
      bf4206a9
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      Deckard: PEP8 boolean expression fixes · 4ac8790e
      Petr Špaček authored
      Trivial changes to pythonify boolean expressions and avoid pep8 error E712
      "comparison to True should ..."
      4ac8790e
    • Petr Špaček's avatar
      Deckard: PEP8 whitespace fixes · 808d0f3d
      Petr Špaček authored
      Cheap re-indentation using python-autopep8-1.2.1-3.fc25 with few manual
      tweaks for very long lines.
      
      This costs nothing and will avoid PEP8 complaints about whitespace in CI.
      808d0f3d
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      Deckard: PEP8 reindent · ed51c163
      Petr Špaček authored
      Cheap re-indentation using reindent.py from python-2.7.13.
      This costs nothing and will avoid PEP8 complaints about tabs in CI.
      ed51c163
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      Deckard: Use default Python version from system · 215ce4fb
      Petr Špaček authored
      Linux distributions are moving towards Python 3. As a consequence,
      staying on Python 2 is causing problems. E.g. Deckard errored out
      on missing 'dns' package but 'pip install' claimed that 'dns' is already
      installed...
      
      From now the Deckard is using default Python version so it should be
      less surprising. If necessary, the default version can be overriden
      using PYTHON variable in Makefile.
      
      An important side-effect is that Deckard running under Python 3 is
      easier to debug because Python 3 is able to report whole chains
      of exceptions properly.
      215ce4fb