release 2016-04 follow-up #358

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stonebig commented Jul 19, 2016 edited

release condition: (Ipython 5.1, PyQt5.7, Scipy 0.18.0, Bokeh 0.12.1), (release: august 28th 2016)

Features:

Highlights :

  • user facing : spyder3.0b4+, Bokeh 0.12.1
  • computation: dask/distributed/xarray updates
  • infrastructure: PyQt5.7.0 for Python3.5

New packages:

  • Altair/Vega

Upgrades :

  • lot of bug fix packages, pandoc-1.17.1

Cleanups:

  • no more binary ".exe"' packages

Removals:

  • drop of WinPython3.4 PyQt4 64bit branch

Specific Notes:

  • we move progressively all users to PyQt5 as PyQt4 is dead, and PyQt5.7.0 good for Python 3.5,
  • WinPython 3.4Qt5.5 will be kept until a cython solution for Python 3.5/3.6 shows up... currently there is no solution.
@stonebig stonebig changed the title from release 2016-03 follow-up to release 2016-04 follow-up Jul 19, 2016
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stonebig commented Jul 24, 2016 edited

Audit Trail:

  • simplify the WinPython sources publications (all packages.srcreq in one zip), that may be of use for Zero complementation
  • scipy 0.18.0
  • PyQt5.7.0 +sip 4.18.1
  • Altair 1.0
  • manual follow-up updates:
    • Spyder3dev 20160729
    • pymc3dev 20160729
  • Bokeh 0.12.1 (last minute arrival)

(Build1: july 30th, a promizing PyQt5.7)

  • notebook-4.2.2, promtp-toolkit-1.0.5
  • xarray-0.8.1, ipykernel 4.4.1, pyzmq-15.4, Keras 1.0.7, nbformat 4.1, jupyter-core-4.1.1
  • R procedure update (waiting rpy2.8.2 or manual patch)
  • Spyder3dev 20160810
  • pythonnet artifact of pull request 219 as of 20160811 https://ci.appveyor.com/project/TonyRoberts/pythonnet-480xs/build/job/m11tbw35v4nka809/artifacts
  • ipython 5.1
  • pandoc-1.7.2, pandas-datareader 0.2.1, requests-file 1.4
  • self-installed Microsoft vs2015 "visualcppbuildtools_full.exe" as workaround for Python3.5 and other wheel building issues
  • rebuild spyder-dev wheel with sphinx doc (no hack required with vs2015)
  • put WinPython3.5 "cython" default on "vs", as "mingw" is apparently not for tomorrow

(Build2: august 17th)

  • ipyparallel 5.2, spyder-3.0.0b5
  • bqplot-0.8.2, holoviews-1.6.2
  • (won't wait) statsmodels 0.8.0,
  • (won't wait) jupyter_client 4.4, nbconvert 5, traitlets 4.3

(rc : august 24-25th )

Work items:

  • WinPythonR ?
  • Mingwpy effort seems to have stopped
  • Matplotlib 2.0.0 + ipympl at next release (1.5.3 not showing up)
  • breaking-change scikit-learn +scikit-optimize rather at next release
  • rise ? (probably not: too much change ongoing with jupyterlab)
  • Microsoft was suppose to do something august 4th ? https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/2869042/new-internal-compiler-error-only-in-vs2015-update-3 .... nothing
  • simplify all the things / get clother to pip/pip+conda-forge
  • Julia anywhere / WinPythonJl ? (Julia 1.0 still one year away, numba+pyjion+mingwpy may steal the need, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gXMpbY1kJY)
  • Tensorflow / Cuda experiments ?
  • simplify build and easing auto-upgrades:
    • progress towards building Zero more easily: drop not-"packages.srcreq" packages ?
    • progress towards building-up from Zero: using packages.srcreq.zip ?
  • continue re-tuning documentation notebooks in the spirit of (https://youtu.be/2-SB2Soxl30?t=899):
  • a smaller WinPython_checker = "new user" /"clear value proposition"/"great onboarding"
  • one detailed Notebook per thematic, = "learners"/"great tutorials"/'easy setup"
  • one more detailed notebook per thematic ="engaged users"/"many taks & use-cases"/"community"
  • one level of gory details = "contributors"/"help newcomers"/"improve and expand solutions"
  • rework roadmap for end 2016:
    • Qt4 is detrimental to Qt5 efficient use by other Packages: we may stop it sooner
    • better-Qt-less WinPythonControlPanel or find a Zero simple "other-way"
  • see virtualenv as Spyder 3.0 may acheive a projet functionality with virtualenv selection spyder-ide/spyder#2460
    To Consider:
  • Windows 10.2 may bring some help.
  • read progress of xlwings and other Excel glueware (Anaconda 'Fusion' ??):
    • no other free glueware
    • xlwings 0.7.1 has still some critics (to look again before release, tempting)
  • drop all Qtdesigner.exe and QTLinguist.exe going forward
  • sqlite_web experience ...
  • explore conda-forge
  • test if lasagne peacock fast example can work 'not slow' on a cpu: https://github.com/stonebig/deep-learning-tutorial-pydata2016/blob/master/TUTORIAL%2002%20-%20Using%20a%20pretrained%20VGG-19%20conv-net%20to%20find%20a%20peacock.ipynb
  • arrayfire: my opencl GPU card may be of use (but no easy connexion to other libs yet)
  • feather-format +Arrow / sframe / ... : a multi-core dataframe fundation (the first one being from Wes+Hadley, ... best possible parents), feather needs C++11 so won't be python3.4
  • javascript stack: "nod-gyp for windows" progress ?
  • continue re-tuning documentation notebooks in the spirit of (https://youtu.be/2-SB2Soxl30?t=899):
    • a smaller WinPython_checker = "new user" /"clear value proposition"/"great onboarding"
    • one detailed Notebook per thematic, = "learners"/"great tutorials"/'easy setup"
    • one more detailed notebook per thematic ="engaged users"/"many taks & use-cases"/"community"
    • one level of gory details = "contributors"/"help newcomers"/"improve and expand solutions"
  • keep a distant eye on Spacy KPI: Number of devs, multi-lingual
  • review future entrants and leaving:
  • scrapy 1.2 (but will be heavy with twisted)
  • do an experiment virtualenv 14.0.1 the package
  • having a look on Pandastable
  • having a look on Apache Zeppelin & Arrow
  • having a look on PowerBI Desktop
  • we may not just yet remove QT_API setting plumbery for Qt5 as spyder should handle it nicely now ? /2888546de61620f5e802ca3a79cf8d9f5437da5c (sept13th, spyder2.3.7pre)
  • support a 97% "requirements" based build process (when Ipython 5, no more pyreadline)
  • look for a nbbrowserpdf fork as ghost.py looks dead for windows (pdf generation without pandoc)
  • purchase a PC with a nvidia card (or never launch even baby tests on Theano)
    • checklist pain points to remove at each step so we could build in the cloud:
      • split in 3:
        
      •    building WinPythonZero,
        
      •    pushing wheels on Warehouse
        
      •    completing over WinPythonZero, downloading wheels from Warehouse,
        
  • git back ?
  • baby-step3 on AppVeyor: getting back result
  • baby-step4 on AppVeyor: downloading a Christoph Gohlke package
  • baby-step5 on AppVeyor: building a full winpython requires a mini-winpython ?
@mzakaria130

how to launch ,like a jupyter ,matplotib etc ? ,sorry for bad english

@stonebig
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stonebig commented Jul 24, 2016 edited

Hi @mzakaria130 ,

If you have download and installed a "full" version (for example WinPython-64bit-3.4.4.3Qt5.exe), you should:

  • see an icon "Jupyter Notebook" in the directory where you installed WinPython
    winpython_icons
  • if you "double click" on it, after a 10 seconds a browser window "Home" should appear with the web address " http://localhost:8888/tree"
  • then:
    • click on the "docs" directory presented in this page and choose ("click" then "play") an example
    • or click on the top right "new" button, choose "python3", past this code in the available cell, click on ", click on the "play" button , and see result:
%matplotlib inline
# example from Matplotlib gallery of examples
# **http://matplotlib.org/examples/lines_bars_and_markers/line_demo_dash_control.html**
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
x = np.linspace(0, 10)
line, = plt.plot(x, np.sin(x), '--', linewidth=2)
dashes = [10, 5, 100, 5]  # 10 points on, 5 off, 100 on, 5 off
line.set_dashes(dashes)
plt.show()

matplotlib_example

You may find some tutorials on the web like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7Mj-4kASmI
(google with keywords "matplotlib" "tutorial" "youtube")

@mzakaria130

Can be displayed at the spyder IDE ?

@stonebig
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stonebig commented Jul 24, 2016 edited

Yes, in "Console Ipython", with the same code

matplotlib_example_in_spyder_ipython_console

@mzakaria130

Can I get a code to display a list of other tools in the IDE spyder

@stonebig
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hi @mzakaria130 . This place is not the right place for broad questions about Spyder. Please go ask them:

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stonebig commented Jul 30, 2016 edited

build1 (2016-07-30): Scipy 0.18.0, PyQt5.7, Altair

main features (since WinPython 2016-03):

  • PyQt5.7 fits nicely with Spyder3.0 dev-20160729
  • new package: Altair/Vega
  • package updates: Scipy 0.18.0, Holoviews 1.6.1, Dask 0.10.2, pymc3 -20260729
  • bokeh 0.12.1 (re-spinning build1 for this just-baked wheel per cgohlke)

Areas of interest for testers:

  • PyQt 5.7 (PyQt5.5 for Python3.4)
  • Bokeh 0.12.1

Next focus:

  • awaited bug fix of IPython5, ipykernel, Matplotlib1.5.2

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History of changes for WinPython 3.5.2.2Qt5

The following changes were made to WinPython distribution since version 3.5.2.1Qt5.

Python packages

New packages:

  • altair 1.0.0 (High-level declarative visualization library for Python)
  • vega 0.4.1 (An IPython/ Jupyter widget for Vega and Vega-Lite)
  • webencodings 0.5 (Character encoding aliases for legacy web content)

Upgraded packages:

  • alabaster 0.7.8 → 0.7.9 (A configurable sidebar-enabled Sphinx theme)
  • astroid 1.4.7 → 1.4.8 (Rebuild a new abstract syntax tree from Python's ast (required for pylint))
  • babel 2.3.2 → 2.3.4 (Internationalization utilities)
  • beautifulsoup4 4.4.1 → 4.5.0 (Screen-scraping library)
  • blosc 1.3.3 → 1.4.1 (Blosc data compressor)
  • bokeh 0.11.1 → 0.12.1 (Statistical and novel interactive HTML plots for Python)
  • dask 0.10.1 → 0.10.2 (Minimal task scheduling abstraction)
  • distributed 1.11.2 → 1.11.3 (Distributed computing)
  • holoviews 1.6.0 → 1.6.1 (Composable, declarative data structures for building complex visualizations easily.)
  • html5lib 0.9999999 → 0.999999999 (HTML parser based on the WHATWG HTML specification)
  • lmfit 0.9.3 → 0.9.5 (Least-Squares Minimization with Bounds and Constraints)
  • lxml 3.6.0 → 3.6.1 (Powerful and Pythonic XML processing library combining libxml2/libxslt with the ElementTree API.)
  • nbsphinx 0.2.8 → 0.2.9 (Jupyter Notebook Tools for Sphinx)
  • partd 0.3.4 → 0.3.5 (Appendable key-value storage)
  • pylint 1.6.1 → 1.6.4 (Logilab code analysis module: analyzes Python source code looking for bugs and signs of poor quality)
  • pymongo 3.2.2 → 3.3.0 (Python driver for MongoDB http://www.mongodb.org)
  • pyqt5 5.6 → 5.7 (Python bindings for the Qt cross platform GUI toolkit)
  • pytz 2016.4 → 2016.6.1 (World Timezone Definitions for Python)
  • requests-toolbelt 0.6.2 → 0.7.0 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • scipy 0.18.0rc2 → 0.18.0 (SciPy: Scientific Library for Python (advanced math, signal processing, optimization, statistics, ...))
  • setuptools 24.0.2 → 25.1.1 (Download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages - easily)
  • sip 4.18 → 4.18.1 (Python extension module generator for C and C++ libraries)
  • sqlparse 0.1.19 → 0.2.0 (Non-validating SQL parser)
  • tornado 4.4 → 4.4.1 (Scalable, non-blocking web server and tools (required for IPython notebook))
  • zarr 1.0.0 → 1.1.0 (A minimal implementation of chunked, compressed, N-dimensional arrays for Python.)

@J3ronimo
J3ronimo commented Aug 2, 2016

Hi stonebig,

I noticed in WinPython3.5.2.1Qt5, tools like the Qt Designer are gone. I read it has something to do with the PyQt5 wheel. Are these tools going to be back with the upcoming version?

Thanks!

@stonebig
Contributor
stonebig commented Aug 2, 2016 edited

hi @J3ronimo

Apparently, they are gone forever from PyQt official package by Phil Thompson.

My understanding of Phil is that:

  • his PyQt wheel will only contain PyQt basic part,
  • the rest should be complementary wheels,
  • he will provide some: sip, PyQtChart, PyQtDataVisualization, PyQtPurchasing, QScintilla
  • others trustable wheel providers are also free to provide:

The basic part contains a browser, so I won't complain, and it may be the only complement some packages like Flexx will need in PyQt.

@J3ronimo
J3ronimo commented Aug 3, 2016

Oh okay. It was very handy though to have it working out of the box alongside with PyQt, especially the Designer. Would be nice if someone came up with a working approach for a complementary wheel soon, at least for the Designer, and then maybe this could be added back into WinPython.

@stonebig
Contributor
stonebig commented Aug 16, 2016 edited

build2 (2016-08-17): IPython-5.1, Pandoc 1.17.2

main features (since build1):

  • new package: pypandoc
  • package updates: ipython-5.1. prompt_toolkit-1.0.6, pandas_datareader, xarray
  • tools updates: Pandoc 1.17.2

Areas of interest for testers:

  • does the new Pandoc works ok ? interest of pypandoc ?
  • "mingw" is no more the default compiler for python3.5, because of mingwpy/mingwpy#25 (comment) . Shifting back to mingw is a matter of clicking on the "scripts\make_cython_use_mingw.bat"

Next focus:

  • awaited bug fix of jupyter_client 4.4, nbconvert 5, traitlets 4.3, statsmodels2.0

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History of changes for WinPython 3.5.2.2Qt5

The following changes were made to WinPython distribution since version 3.5.2.1Qt5.

Tools

Upgraded packages:

  • Pandoc 1.13.1 → 1.17.2 (a universal document converter)

Python packages

New packages:

  • altair 1.0.0 (High-level declarative visualization library for Python)
  • pypandoc 1.2.0 (Thin wrapper for pandoc.)
  • requests-file 1.4 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • vega 0.4.2 (An IPython/ Jupyter widget for Vega and Vega-Lite)
  • webencodings 0.5 (Character encoding aliases for legacy web content)

Upgraded packages:

  • alabaster 0.7.8 → 0.7.9 (A configurable sidebar-enabled Sphinx theme)
  • astroid 1.4.7 → 1.4.8 (Rebuild a new abstract syntax tree from Python's ast (required for pylint))
  • babel 2.3.2 → 2.3.4 (Internationalization utilities)
  • beautifulsoup4 4.4.1 → 4.5.1 (Screen-scraping library)
  • blosc 1.3.3 → 1.4.1 (Blosc data compressor)
  • bokeh 0.11.1 → 0.12.1 (Statistical and novel interactive HTML plots for Python)
  • certifi 2016.2.28 → 2016.8.8 (Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle.)
  • dask 0.10.1 → 0.10.2 (Minimal task scheduling abstraction)
  • distributed 1.11.2 → 1.11.3 (Distributed computing)
  • holoviews 1.6.0 → 1.6.1 (Composable, declarative data structures for building complex visualizations easily.)
  • html5lib 0.9999999 → 0.999999999 (HTML parser based on the WHATWG HTML specification)
  • ipykernel 4.3.1 → 4.4.1 (IPython Kernel for Jupyter)
  • ipython 5.0.0 → 5.1.0 (Enhanced Python shell)
  • jupyter-core 4.1.0 → 4.1.1 (Jupyter metapackage. Install all the Jupyter components in one go.)
  • keras 1.0.6 → 1.0.7 (Theano-based Deep Learning library)
  • lmfit 0.9.3 → 0.9.5 (Least-Squares Minimization with Bounds and Constraints)
  • lxml 3.6.0 → 3.6.1 (Powerful and Pythonic XML processing library combining libxml2/libxslt with the ElementTree API.)
  • mccabe 0.4.0 → 0.5.1 (McCabe checker, plugin for flake8)
  • monotonic 1.1 → 1.2 (An implementation of time.monotonic() for Python 2 & < 3.3)
  • nbformat 4.0.1 → 4.1.0 (The Jupyter Notebook format)
  • nbsphinx 0.2.8 → 0.2.9 (Jupyter Notebook Tools for Sphinx)
  • notebook 4.2.1 → 4.2.2 (# Jupyter Notebook)
  • pandas-datareader 0.2.0 → 0.2.1 (Data readers extracted from the pandas codebase,should be compatible with recent pandas versions)
  • partd 0.3.4 → 0.3.5 (Appendable key-value storage)
  • pickleshare 0.7.2 → 0.7.4 (Tiny 'shelve'-like database with concurrency support)
  • prompt-toolkit 1.0.3 → 1.0.6 (Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python)
  • pylint 1.6.1 → 1.6.4 (Logilab code analysis module: analyzes Python source code looking for bugs and signs of poor quality)
  • pymongo 3.2.2 → 3.3.0 (Python driver for MongoDB http://www.mongodb.org)
  • pyparsing 2.1.5 → 2.1.8 (A Python Parsing Module)
  • pyqt5 5.6 → 5.7 (Python bindings for the Qt cross platform GUI toolkit)
  • pytest 2.9.1 → 2.9.2 (pytest: simple powerful testing with Python)
  • pytz 2016.4 → 2016.6.1 (World Timezone Definitions for Python)
  • pyzmq 15.3.0 → 15.4.0 (Lightweight and super-fast messaging based on ZeroMQ library (required for IPython Qt console))
  • qtpy 1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (Provides an abstraction layer on top of the various Qt bindings (PyQt5, PyQt4 and PySide) and additional custom QWidgets.)
  • requests 2.10.0 → 2.11.0 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • requests-toolbelt 0.6.2 → 0.7.0 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • scipy 0.18.0rc2 → 0.18.0 (SciPy: Scientific Library for Python (advanced math, signal processing, optimization, statistics, ...))
  • setuptools 24.0.2 → 25.1.6 (Download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages - easily)
  • sip 4.18 → 4.18.1 (Python extension module generator for C and C++ libraries)
  • sqlparse 0.1.19 → 0.2.1 (Non-validating SQL parser)
  • tornado 4.4 → 4.4.1 (Scalable, non-blocking web server and tools (required for IPython notebook))
  • twine 1.7.4 → 1.8.1 (Collection of utilities for interacting with PyPI)
  • winpython 1.6.20160625 → 1.6.20160816 (WinPython distribution tools, including WPPM (package manager))
  • xarray 0.7.2 → 0.8.1 (N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python)
  • zarr 1.0.0 → 1.1.0 (A minimal implementation of chunked, compressed, N-dimensional arrays for Python.)

@RoyiAvital

Is there a way to download the program in a ZIP fie?
After all it should be portable, so why the installer?

Thank You.

@stonebig
Contributor
stonebig commented Aug 18, 2016 edited

The installer is the historical way. by itself it does nothing but:

  • splashing the licence and asking you where to unzip,
  • allowing a "batch" auto-unzip.

So you can "install", "zip" the result, post the "zip" on internet, then "re-unzip" from internet "zip" file, with exact same effect.

@stonebig
Contributor
stonebig commented Aug 24, 2016 edited

rc (2016-08-24/25):

main features (since build2):

  • new package:
  • package updates: prompt_toolkit-1.0.7, holoviews-1.6.2, bqplot-0.8.2, spyder-3.0.0b5, ipyparallel-5.2.0, dask-0.11.0, xarray-0.8.2
  • tools updates:

Areas of interest for testers:

  • small change in widgets install (--py --sys-prefix), hopefully a good move ?

  • statsmodels 0.8 was still week away

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History of changes for WinPython 3.4.4.4Qt5

The following changes were made to WinPython distribution since version 3.4.4.3Qt5.

Tools

Upgraded packages:

  • Pandoc 1.13.1 → 1.17.2 (a universal document converter)

Python packages

New packages:

  • altair 1.0.0 (High-level declarative visualization library for Python)
  • pypandoc 1.2.0 (Thin wrapper for pandoc.)
  • requests-file 1.4 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • vega 0.4.2 (An IPython/ Jupyter widget for Vega and Vega-Lite)
  • webencodings 0.5 (Character encoding aliases for legacy web content)

Upgraded packages:

  • alabaster 0.7.8 → 0.7.9 (A configurable sidebar-enabled Sphinx theme)
  • astroid 1.4.7 → 1.4.8 (Rebuild a new abstract syntax tree from Python's ast (required for pylint))
  • babel 2.3.2 → 2.3.4 (Internationalization utilities)
  • beautifulsoup4 4.4.1 → 4.5.1 (Screen-scraping library)
  • blosc 1.3.3 → 1.4.1 (Blosc data compressor)
  • bokeh 0.11.1 → 0.12.1 (Statistical and novel interactive HTML plots for Python)
  • bqplot 0.7.1 → 0.8.2 (Interactive plotting for the Jupyter notebook, using d3.js and ipywidgets.)
  • certifi 2016.2.28 → 2016.8.8 (Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle.)
  • dask 0.10.1 → 0.11.0 (Minimal task scheduling abstraction)
  • distributed 1.11.2 → 1.12.0 (Distributed computing)
  • holoviews 1.6.0 → 1.6.2 (Composable, declarative data structures for building complex visualizations easily.)
  • html5lib 0.9999999 → 0.999999999 (HTML parser based on the WHATWG HTML specification)
  • ipykernel 4.3.1 → 4.4.1 (IPython Kernel for Jupyter)
  • ipyparallel 5.1.1 → 5.2.0 (Interactive Parallel Computing with IPython)
  • ipython 5.0.0 → 5.1.0 (Enhanced Python shell)
  • jupyter-core 4.1.0 → 4.1.1 (Jupyter metapackage. Install all the Jupyter components in one go.)
  • keras 1.0.6 → 1.0.7 (Theano-based Deep Learning library)
  • lmfit 0.9.3 → 0.9.5 (Least-Squares Minimization with Bounds and Constraints)
  • lxml 3.6.0 → 3.6.4 (Powerful and Pythonic XML processing library combining libxml2/libxslt with the ElementTree API.)
  • mccabe 0.4.0 → 0.5.1 (McCabe checker, plugin for flake8)
  • monotonic 1.1 → 1.2 (An implementation of time.monotonic() for Python 2 & < 3.3)
  • nbformat 4.0.1 → 4.1.0 (The Jupyter Notebook format)
  • nbsphinx 0.2.8 → 0.2.9 (Jupyter Notebook Tools for Sphinx)
  • notebook 4.2.1 → 4.2.2 (# Jupyter Notebook)
  • pandas-datareader 0.2.0 → 0.2.1 (Data readers extracted from the pandas codebase,should be compatible with recent pandas versions)
  • partd 0.3.4 → 0.3.6 (Appendable key-value storage)
  • pickleshare 0.7.2 → 0.7.4 (Tiny 'shelve'-like database with concurrency support)
  • pillow 3.3.0 → 3.3.1 (Python Imaging Library (fork))
  • prompt-toolkit 1.0.3 → 1.0.7 (Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python)
  • pylint 1.6.1 → 1.6.4 (Logilab code analysis module: analyzes Python source code looking for bugs and signs of poor quality)
  • pymongo 3.2.2 → 3.3.0 (Python driver for MongoDB http://www.mongodb.org)
  • pyparsing 2.1.5 → 2.1.8 (A Python Parsing Module)
  • pytest 2.9.1 → 2.9.2 (pytest: simple powerful testing with Python)
  • pytz 2016.4 → 2016.6.1 (World Timezone Definitions for Python)
  • pyzmq 15.3.0 → 15.4.0 (Lightweight and super-fast messaging based on ZeroMQ library (required for IPython Qt console))
  • qtpy 1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (Provides an abstraction layer on top of the various Qt bindings (PyQt5, PyQt4 and PySide) and additional custom QWidgets.)
  • requests 2.10.0 → 2.11.1 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • requests-toolbelt 0.6.2 → 0.7.0 (Requests is an Apache2 Licensed HTTP library, written in Python, for human beings.)
  • scipy 0.18.0rc2 → 0.18.0 (SciPy: Scientific Library for Python (advanced math, signal processing, optimization, statistics, ...))
  • setuptools 24.0.2 → 25.1.6 (Download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages - easily)
  • sphinx 1.4.5 → 1.4.6 (Tool for generating documentation which uses reStructuredText as its markup language)
  • spyder 3.0.0.dev0 → 3.0.0b5 (Scientific PYthon Development EnviRonment: designed for interactive computing and data visualisation with a simple and intuitive user interface)
  • sqlparse 0.1.19 → 0.2.1 (Non-validating SQL parser)
  • tornado 4.4 → 4.4.1 (Scalable, non-blocking web server and tools (required for IPython notebook))
  • twine 1.7.4 → 1.8.1 (Collection of utilities for interacting with PyPI)
  • winpython 1.6.20160625 → 1.6.20160816 (WinPython distribution tools, including WPPM (package manager))
  • xarray 0.7.2 → 0.8.2 (N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python)
  • zarr 1.0.0 → 1.1.0 (A minimal implementation of chunked, compressed, N-dimensional arrays for Python.)

@RoyiAvital

Any chance for ZIP only files?

Thank You.

@stonebig
Contributor

zip only of which version exactly ?

@RoyiAvital

Instead of EXE installer.
I'd be happy to have a ZIP which all needed is to extract it.

I know the EXE is only that, yet still.

@stonebig
Contributor

which version of WinPython exactly ? the WinPython3.4-64 bit ?

@RoyiAvital

I always use the latest one, but I guess my request would be for any release.
Just in addition to the installer base EXE file add an option to download ZIP file and extract it manually.

Thank You.

@stonebig stonebig closed this Aug 31, 2016
@diogocp
diogocp commented Sep 10, 2016

@RoyiAvital if you want to extract the exe without running it, 7-Zip can do it.

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