Release History

0.2.4 (2020-08-06)

Features

  • Added support for implementing Java interfaces that return bool. (#52)

0.2.3 (2020-07-27)

Bugfixes

  • The asyncio event loop can now start on Python 3.6. (#51)

0.2.2 (2020-07-03)

Features

  • Python’s AsyncIO event loop is now integrated with the Android event loop. (#40, #49)
  • sys.stdout & sys.stderr are now routed to the Android debug log using an android Python module. (#44)

Misc

  • #45, #46, #47, #48

0.2.1 (2020-06-17)

Features

  • Add the ability to implement Java interface methods that return int. (#42)

Misc

  • #31, #37

0.2.1 (2020-06-17)

Features

  • Add the ability to implement Java interface methods that return int. (#42)

Misc

  • #31, #37

0.2.0

Changes since v0.1.0:

  • Port to Python 3, removing Python 2 support.
  • Add support to Linux, allowing it to run on both macOS and Linux.
  • Enable cross-compiling by adding support in the Makefile for specifying the compiler to use, the Python version whose headers to use, and to not require executing Python code during the build process.
  • Adjust Python.run() to take a module name, not a filename.
  • Add more documentation, although some is skeletal. Improvements to this are welcome.
  • Add towncrier support. Future releases will rely on towncrier for release notes.
  • Rename pybee to beeware.
  • Add GitHub Actions configuration for testing on macOS & Linux and Python 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8.
  • Support the JAVA_HOME environment variable to choose a Java compiler.

This version specifically targets Java 8 to simplify Android support.

Thanks to the contributors, listed by GitHub username in alphabetical order:

  • @freakboy3742
  • @glasnt
  • @jacebrowning
  • @paulproteus
  • @RomanKharin