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Drop Python 3.3 support #46

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richardotis opened this issue Aug 4, 2016 · 1 comment
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Drop Python 3.3 support #46

richardotis opened this issue Aug 4, 2016 · 1 comment
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It looks like building "clean" conda packages supporting Python 3.3 isn't possible anymore without leaning on pip, which is what we do on Travis CI. We can still test against it, but it's probably best to say 3.4 is the minimum supported version now.

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On further thought, I think it is best to drop explicit Python 3.3 support altogether. There is no point in testing against a platform we can't support if something breaks.

@richardotis richardotis changed the title Drop Python 3.3 conda packages Drop Python 3.3 support Aug 4, 2016
bocklund added a commit to bocklund/pycalphad that referenced this issue Aug 17, 2021
* Docstrings for plot_parameters, _compare_data_to_parameters
* Allow Axes objects to be passed in to _compare_data_to_parameters
  (cleanup of fig.gca() calls)
* Refactor plot_parameters to use subplots of a figure (take a figure
  as a parameter)
* Support bibliography markers for single phase plot_parameters
* Support plotting interaction parameters without comparison data
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