9.1. bitmath-1.3.3-1

bitmath-1.3.3-1 was published on 2018-08-23.

9.1.1. Project

Version 1.3.3 is a minor update primarily released to synchronize versions across platforms. Additionally there are small packaging updates to keep up with changing standards.

Minor bug fixes and documentation tweaks are included as well.

The project now has an official Code of Conduct, as well as issue and pull request templates.

What happened to bitmath 1.3.2? It only ever existed as an idea in source control.

9.1.2. Changes

Bug Fixes

Alexander Kapshuna has submitted several fixes since the last release. Thanks!

  • Packaging requirements fixes
  • Python 3 compatibility
  • Subclassing and Type checking fixes/improvements

Marcus Kazmierczak submitted a fix for some broken documentation links.

And Dawid Gosławski make sure our documentation is accurate.

Thanks to all the bitmath contributors over the years!

9.2. bitmath-1.3.1-1

bitmath-1.3.1-1 was published on 2016-07-17.

9.2.1. Changes

Added Functionality

9.2.2. Project


  • Bitmath is now available for installation via Ubuntu Xenial, Wily, Vivid, Trusty, and Precise PPAs.
  • Ubuntu builds inspired by @hkraal reporting an installation issue on Ubuntu systems.


  • Cleaned up a lot of broken or re-directing links using output from the Sphinx make linkcheck command.

9.3. bitmath-1.3.0-1

bitmath-1.3.0-1 was published on 2016-01-08.

9.3.1. Changes

Bug Fixes

  • Closed GitHub Issue #55 “best_prefix for negative values”. Now bitmath.best_prefix() returns correct prefix units for negative values. Thanks mbdm!

9.4. bitmath-1.2.4-1

bitmath-1.2.4-1 was published on 2015-11-30.

9.4.1. Changes

Added Functionality

Bug Fixes

9.4.2. Documentation

  • The project documentation is now installed along with the bitmath library in RPM packages.

9.4.3. Project


Look for separate python3.x and python2.x packages coming soon to Fedora and EPEL. This is happening because of the initiative to update the base Python implementation on Fedora to Python 3.x

9.5. bitmath-1.2.3-1

bitmath-1.2.3-1 was published on 2015-01-03.

9.5.1. Changes

Added Functionality

9.5.2. Documentation

  • The command-line bitmath tool now has online documentation
  • A full demo of the argparse and progressbar integrations has been written. Additionally, it includes a comprehensive demonstration of the full capabilities of the bitmath library. View it in the Real Life Demos Creating Download Progress Bars example.

9.5.3. Project


  • Travis-CI had some issues with installing dependencies for the 3.x build unittests. These were fixed and the build status has returned back to normal.

9.6. bitmath-1.2.0-1

bitmath-1.2.0-1 was published on 2014-12-29.

9.6.1. Changes

Added Functionality

  • New utility: argparse integration: bitmath.BitmathType. Allows you to specify arguments as bitmath types.

9.6.2. Documentation

9.6.3. Project


  • The command-line bitmath tool is now properly unittested. Code coverage back to ~100%.

9.7. bitmath-1.1.0-1

bitmath-1.1.0-1 was published on 2014-12-20.

9.7.1. Changes

Added Functionality

9.8. bitmath-1.0.5-1 through 1.0.8-1

bitmath-1.0.8-1 was published on 2014-08-14.

9.8.1. Major Updates

9.8.2. Bug Fixes

9.8.3. Changes

Added Functionality

9.8.4. Project


  • Test suite is now implemented using Python virtualenv’s for consistency across across platforms
  • Test suite now contains 150 unit tests. This is 110 more tests than the previous major release (1.0.4-1)
  • Test suite now runs on EPEL6 and EPEL7
  • Code coverage is stable around 95-100%

9.9. bitmath-1.0.4-1

This is the first release of bitmath. bitmath-1.0.4-1 was published on 2014-03-20.

9.9.1. Project

Available via:

  • PyPi
  • Fedora 19
  • Fedora 20

bitmath had been under development for 12 days when the 1.0.4-1 release was made available.

9.9.2. Debut Functionality

  • Converting between SI and NIST prefix units (GiB to kB)
  • Converting between units of the same type (SI to SI, or NIST to NIST)
  • Basic arithmetic operations (subtracting 42KiB from 50GiB)
  • Rich comparison operations (1024 Bytes == 1KiB)
  • Sorting
  • Useful console and print representations