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Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0 #4720

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commented Apr 19, 2019

Increases the minimum versions of these dependencies, and removes backwards compat fixes for the previous versions (quite a lot of code!!).

Fixes #4580.

Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0
Increases the minimum versions of these dependencies, and removes
backwards compat fixes for the previous versions.
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commented Apr 20, 2019

Thanks for working on this @jcrist. Am happy to see so much code removed. Also nice to see only a couple of test failures. These appear to be Pandas specific and are really just failures from the docstring tests due to whitespace changes. Should be straightforward to fix.

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Skip operator method docstrings
These are just copied over from pandas and are meaningless from a
dask-testing perspective.
Update appveyor script
For some reason pandas 0.20.3 is being installed currently, even thought
it should be installing the latest version.
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commented Apr 20, 2019

All green now.

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commented Apr 22, 2019

Merging later today if no comment.

@mrocklin mrocklin merged commit f43153b into dask:master Apr 22, 2019

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commented Apr 22, 2019

Thanks @jcrist

asmith26 added a commit to asmith26/dask that referenced this pull request Apr 22, 2019

Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0 (dask#4720)
* Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0

Increases the minimum versions of these dependencies, and removes
backwards compat fixes for the previous versions.

* Skip operator method docstrings

These are just copied over from pandas and are meaningless from a
dask-testing perspective.

* Update appveyor script

For some reason pandas 0.20.3 is being installed currently, even thought
it should be installing the latest version.

* Fixup

jorge-pessoa pushed a commit to jorge-pessoa/dask that referenced this pull request May 14, 2019

Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0 (dask#4720)
* Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0

Increases the minimum versions of these dependencies, and removes
backwards compat fixes for the previous versions.

* Skip operator method docstrings

These are just copied over from pandas and are meaningless from a
dask-testing perspective.

* Update appveyor script

For some reason pandas 0.20.3 is being installed currently, even thought
it should be installing the latest version.

* Fixup

Thomas-Z added a commit to Thomas-Z/dask that referenced this pull request May 17, 2019

Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0 (dask#4720)
* Bump to numpy >= 1.13, pandas >= 0.21.0

Increases the minimum versions of these dependencies, and removes
backwards compat fixes for the previous versions.

* Skip operator method docstrings

These are just copied over from pandas and are meaningless from a
dask-testing perspective.

* Update appveyor script

For some reason pandas 0.20.3 is being installed currently, even thought
it should be installing the latest version.

* Fixup
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