Several years ago I've complained about uTidylib not being maintained upstream. Since that time I've occasionally pushed some fixes to my GitHub repository with uTidylib code, but without any clear intentions to take it over.
Time has gone and there was still no progress and I started to consider becoming upstream maintainer as well. I quickly got approval from Cory Dodt, who was the original author of this code, unfortunately he is not owner of the PyPI entry and the claim request seems to have no response (if you know how to get in touch with "cntrlr" or how to take over PyPI module please let me know).
Anyway the amount of patches in my repository is big enough to warrant new release. Additionally Debian bug report about supporting new HTML tidy library came in and that made me push towards releasing 0.3 version of the uTidylib.
As you might guess, the amount of changes against original uTidylib is quite huge, to name the most important ones:
- Various compatiblity fixes (eg. with 64-bit machines)
- Various code cleanups
- New test suite
- New documentation
- Support for new HTML 5 tidy library
Anyway as I can not update PyPI entry, the downloads are currently available only on my website: https://cihar.com/software/utidylib/