Package python3-module-email-validator: Information

    Source package: python3-module-email-validator
    Version: 2.1.1-alt1
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    Build time:  Apr 1, 2024, 04:27 PM in the task #344132
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    License: CC0-1.0
    Summary: A robust email syntax and deliverability validation library for Python
    A robust email address syntax and deliverability validation library
    for Python by Joshua Tauberer.
    This library validates that a string is of the form
    This is the sort of validation you would want for an email-based login
    form on a website.
    Key features:
    * Checks that an email address has the correct syntax --- good for
      login forms or other uses related to identifying users.
    * Gives friendly error messages when validation fails (appropriate
      to show to end users).
    * (optionally) Checks deliverability: Does the domain name resolve?
      And you can override the default DNS resolver.
    * Supports internationalized domain names and (optionally)
      internationalized local parts, but blocks unsafe characters.
    * Normalizes email addresses (super important for internationalized
    The library is NOT for validation of the To: line in an email message
    (e.g. My Name <>), which flanker is more appropriate for.
    And this library does NOT permit obsolete forms of email addresses,
    so if you need strict validation against the email specs exactly,
    use pyIsEmail.

    List of rpms provided by this srpm:
    python3-module-email-validator (noarch)

    Maintainer: Anton Zhukharev

    List of contributors:
    Anton Zhukharev

    Anton Zhukharev

      1. python3-module-pyproject-installer >= 0.4.0
      2. python3-module-setuptools
      3. python3-module-wheel
      4. rpm-build-pyproject

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    April 1, 2024 Anton Zhukharev 2.1.1-alt1
    - Updated to 2.1.1.
    Nov. 7, 2023 Anton Zhukharev 2.1.0.post1-alt1
    - Updated to 2.1.0.post1.
    May 6, 2023 Anton Zhukharev 2.0.0.post2-alt1
    - New version.
    - Reformat description.