SQLAlchemy 2 has introduced several breaking changes that can break
several things in the application - especially where the code uses
`connection.execute()` with raw SQL statements.
We need to temporarily force the installation of versions from the 1.x
branch, while migrating the existing code to the new version.
The Zeroconf registration part may randomly get stuck, resulting in the
web server not being properly started.
It's therefore better to run the Zeroconf registration process
asynchronously, for it's not strictly required for the web server to
When a cronjob receives a TIME_SYNC event (because the system clock has
changed/drifted and the cronjobs are expected to recalculate their next
run slot) it should also clear the event.
Otherwise, the next `wait` will be skipped and the cronjob will be
executed even if it wasn't scheduled.
The `disable_logging` attribute was only available on events and
responses, and it could only either entirely disable or enable logging
for all the events of a certain type.
The new flag allows more customization by setting the default logging
level used for any message of a certain type (or `None` to disable
logging). This makes it possible to e.g. set some verbose events to
debug level, and the user can see them if they configure the application
in debug mode.
It also delegates the logging logic to the message itself, instead of
having different parts of the application handling their own logic.
ZWaveJS has broken back-compatibility with zwavejs2mqtt when it comes to
Only a partial representation of the node and value objects is
forwarded, and that's often not sufficient to infer the full state of
the node with its values.
The `_dispatch_event` logic has therefore been modified to accommodate
both the implementation.
This means that we have to go conservative in order to preserve
back-compatibility and not over-complicate things, even if it (slightly)
comes at the expense of performance.
Since Parenthesized context managers are only supported on very recent
versions of Python (thanks black for breaking back-compatibility), we
should still use the old multiline syntax - it's not worth breaking
compatibility with Python >= 3.6 and < 3.10 just to avoid typing a
Adding the credentials ensures that tokens associated to non-existing
users, or users with an invalid password, won't be accepted, even if
they were correctly encrypted using the host's keypair.
This adds an additional layer of security in case the host's keypair
PyJWT is a very brittle and cumbersome dependency that expects several
cryptography libraries to be already installed on the system, and it can
lead to hard-to-debug errors when ported to different systems.
Moreover, it installs the whole `cryptography` package, which is several
MBs in size, takes time to compile, and it requires a Rust compiler to
be present on the target machine.
Platypush will now use the Python-native `rsa` module to handle JWT
If may happen (usually because of a race condition) that a cronjob has
already been started, but it hasn't yet changed its status from IDLE to
RUNNING when the scheduler checks it.
This fix guards the application against such events. If they occur, we
should just report them and move on, not terminate the whole scheduler.