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release 2020-02 follow-up #819

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stonebig opened this issue Mar 21, 2020 · 21 comments
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release 2020-02 follow-up #819

stonebig opened this issue Mar 21, 2020 · 21 comments

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stonebig commented Mar 21, 2020

release date: Q2 2020 (may 23rd, 2020)

Expected:

  • Jupyterlab-2.1, Jedi-0.17.0+
  • Python-3.8 reaches parity of packages with Python-3.7 :
  • Pytorch-1.5
  • better Jupyter Notebook experience in Python-VSCode (ipywidgets support, but you must have opened & ran a first Python file, before opening a notebook)

Cleanup:

Focus of the release:

Exploratory work:

  • flask eco-system
  • jedi & python-langage-server ... jedi-0.17.0 in the release
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stonebig commented Mar 21, 2020

Audit Trail:

  • Tensorflow_cpu-2.2.0rc2 for Python-3.8
  • self-inflicted push, forward: remove manually jedi-0.16.0 roadblock (python-language-server/issues/744, spyder)
  • Jedi-0.17.0pre (bug in jedi-0.16.0 affecting pls tests)
  • bokeh-2.0.1, Holoviews-1.13.2, Panel-0.9.4
  • prompt-toolkit-3.0.5, Altair-4.1.0, Papermill-2.1.0
  • Spyder-4.1.2 (patched to allow jedi+parso >=.015.2 and PyQt-5 >= 5.12)
  • packages.ini maintenance is optional for users
  • packages.ini maintenance is automated in build process
  • Qt-5.14.2
  • Jupyterlab-2.1.0rc0 works ok, except this (not sure where the problem is)
  • Jupyterlab-2.1.0 (above issue disappears when you relaunch the problematic cells, WinPython-checker seems to happen quicker so it may be asynchronous behavior, and in past versions relaunching the cell was not fixing issue, so an improvement)
  • umap-learn
  • back-pedal to Jedi-0.15.2 (Jedi-0.17 still not there)
  • build bug for 32 bit versions : re-spin 32 bit (build 1b)

build1 2020-04-10 (Jupyterlab-2.1, Qt-5.14.2, ...)

  • virtualenv, flask-sqlalchemy
  • pipdeptree (shows the tree of dependencies, nicely done)
  • parso-0.7.0 (backward compatibility advertised)
  • tensorflow-cpu-2.2.0rc3
  • geoviews for Python-3.8 (because Cartopy-0.18.0b2)
  • Jedi-0.17.0
  • cartopy-0.18.0b2 for python-3.8
  • include "SET USERPROFILE=%HOME%" in env.bat to resolve a Python-3.8.2 and Python-3.9 change
  • Numba-0.49.0 (fix for Python-3.8)
  • WinPython goes to Trio as TaskGroups don't come to WinPython before Python-3.10
  • PyTorch-cpu-1.5
  • numpy-1.18.3
  • vscode-1.44.2
  • reading VSCode version for changelog (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/580924/how-to-access-a-files-properties-on-windows)
  • python-vscode-2020.4 with ipywidgets support (but without the sound )
  • rpy2-3.3.0.dev0-py3-none-any.whl
  • botorch
  • pyside2-5.14.2.1 (ach, https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/PYSIDE-1271)
  • as a remark, Ipython-8.0 will require jedi-0.16.0 at least...

build2 2020-04-26 (Python-VSCode with Ipywidgets, ...)

  • tensorflow-cpu-2.2.0rc4 for Python-3.8
  • python-3.9.0a6 with json1 extension in sqlite (2020-04-22)
  • python-vscode-2020.4.76186 (april ipywidget realese + 1 release bug fix)
  • nota: next spyder may vendor python-language-server, to check with jedi dependancy issue
  • python-3.8.3rc1

build3 2020-05-01 (Python-VSCode with Ipywidgets bugfix, Python-3.8.3rc1)

  • tensorflow_cpu-2.2.0 final (may 7th)
  • Numba-0.49.1
  • cartopy-0.18.0 final (may 4th)
  • Spyder-4.1.3 (patched to allow jedi+parso >=.015.2 and PyQt-5 >= 5.12)
  • Python-3.8.3 final (may 11th)
  • VSCode-1.45.1
  • scikit-learn-0.23.0
  • python-vscode-2020.5.78807
  • nlopt-2.6.2 (stevengj + cgohlke .... what else ?)
  • patching jedi-0.17.0 with one Jedi-0.17.1 fix davidhalter/jedi@f871f5e ... (but it won't fixed vendored Jedi (and apparently VSCode + Spyder are going to vendor it until more stable, a too-much-love/hate-not-1.0 story)
  • forward-pedaling on jedi-0.17.0 + patch, still would like a jedi-0.17.1 this sunday.
  • a little more of Flask eco-system packages
  • python-vscode-2020.5.80290
  • scikit-learn-0.23.1
  • WARNING: latest Python-vscode doesn't like a Notebook to be started before a python program is ran first: https://github.com/microsoft/vscode-python/issues/11859

rc 2020-05-17 (python-3.8.3 final)

  • retry a Pyside2-5.15.0 (May 19th ....) python-3.8 version with Trio as:

postponed:

  • python-vscode-2020.5
  • give up hope for pandas-1.0.4 (>= may 20th now, unexplained broken Mac build since 7 days)

Exploratory work:

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stonebig commented Apr 7, 2020

build1 (2020-04-10, Tensorflow on Python-3.8, Jupyterlab-2.1.0)

Changes from WinPython 2020-01:

  • Infrastructure:
    • on wppm, packages labels when not present in internal databases packages.ini are taken in summary information of the installed package,
    • automatic update of missing entries in packages.ini during build
    • missing dll 'vcruntime140_1.dll' is now included (on 64 bit)
  • New Packages:
    • on Python-3.8 : tensorflow-cpu
  • Upgraded Packages:
    • Tensorflow_cpu-2.2.0rc, Jupyterlab-2.1.0, Qt-5.14.2
    • Spyder-4.1.2
  • variation per version:
    • Tensorflow and Pytorch in standard branch only,
    • portable VSCode in "cod" branch only. (but you can copy the "\t\cod" directory from one to the other)

Areas of particular interest for testers:

  • Jupyterlab-2.1.0, Spyder-4.1.2
  • does 'import scipy' works for you without having to install vc_redist_x64.exe ?

Next build effort:

  • pandas-1.04,
  • check python-vscode change (process isolation) doesn't break things
  • pytorch-1.5 or Tensorflow_cpu-2.2.0 final
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History of changes for WinPython-64bit 3.8.2.1 build1

The following changes were made to WinPython-64bit distribution since version 3.8.2.0.

Python packages

New packages:

  • absl_py 0.9.0 (Abseil Python Common Libraries, see github.com/abseil/abseil-py.)

  • astunparse 1.6.3 (An AST unparser for Python)

  • cachetools 4.0.0 (Extensible memoizing collections and decorators)

  • edward 1.3.5 (A library for probabilistic modeling, inference, and criticism)

  • gast 0.3.3 (Python AST that abstracts the underlying Python version)

  • google_auth 1.12.0 (Google Authentication Library)

  • google_auth_oauthlib 0.4.1 (Google Authentication Library)

  • google_pasta 0.2.0 (pasta is an AST-based Python refactoring library)

  • grpcio 1.27.2 (HTTP/2-based RPC framework)

  • keras 2.3.1 (Deep Learning for humans)

  • keras_applications 1.0.8 (Reference implementations of popular deep learning models)

  • keras_preprocessing 1.1.0 (Easy data preprocessing and data augmentation for deep learning models)

  • keras_vis 0.4.1 (Neural Network visualization toolkit for keras)

  • nest_asyncio 1.3.2 (Patch asyncio to allow nested event loops)

  • oauthlib 3.1.0 (A generic, spec-compliant, thorough implementation of the OAuth request-signing logic)

  • opt_einsum 3.2.0 (Optimizing numpys einsum function)

  • pyasn1 0.4.8 (ASN.1 types and codecs)

  • pyasn1_modules 0.2.8 (A collection of ASN.1-based protocols modules.)

  • requests_oauthlib 1.3.0 (OAuthlib authentication support for Requests.)

  • rsa 4.0 (Pure-Python RSA implementation)

  • tbb 2019.0 (Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks)

  • tensorboard 2.2.0 (TensorBoard lets you watch Tensors Flow)

  • tensorboard_plugin_wit 1.6.0.post3 (What-If Tool TensorBoard plugin.)

  • tensorflow_cpu 2.2.0rc2 (TensorFlow is an open source machine learning framework for everyone.)

  • tensorflow_estimator 2.2.0rc0 (TensorFlow Estimator.)

  • tensorflow_probability 0.9.0 (Probabilistic modeling and statistical inference in TensorFlow)

  • umap_learn 0.4.1 (Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection)

Upgraded packages:

  • altair 4.0.1 → 4.1.0 (Altair: A declarative statistical visualization library for Python.)

  • astropy 4.0 → 4.0.1 (Community-developed python astronomy tools)

  • beautifulsoup4 4.8.2 → 4.9.0 (Screen-scraping library)

  • bleach 3.1.3 → 3.1.4 (An easy safelist-based HTML-sanitizing tool.)

  • bokeh 2.0.0 → 2.0.1 (Interactive plots and applications in the browser from Python)

  • certifi 2019.11.28 → 2020.4.5.1 (Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle.)

  • cftime 1.1.1.1 → 1.1.1.2 (Time-handling functionality from netcdf4-python)

  • cryptography 2.8 → 2.9 (cryptography is a package which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers.)

  • cvxpy 1.0.28 → 1.0.29 (A domain-specific language for modeling convex optimization problems in Python.)

  • cython 0.29.15 → 0.29.16 (The Cython compiler for writing C extensions for the Python language.)

  • dask 2.12.0 → 2.14.0 (Parallel PyData with Task Scheduling)

  • datasette 0.38 → 0.39 (A tool for exploring and publishing data)

  • deprecated 1.2.7 → 1.2.8 (Python @deprecated decorator to deprecate old python classes, functions or methods.)

  • distributed 2.12.0 → 2.14.0 (Distributed scheduler for Dask)

  • flask 1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (A microframework based on Werkzeug, Jinja2 and good intentions)

  • flask_accepts 0.16.2 → 0.16.4 (Easy, opinionated Flask input/output handling with Flask-restx and Marshmallow)

  • flask_restx 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (Fully featured framework for fast, easy and documented API development with Flask)

  • fsspec 0.6.2 → 0.7.1 (File-system specification)

  • holoviews 1.13.0b12 → 1.13.2 (Stop plotting your data - annotate your data and let it visualize itself.)

  • hypercorn 0.9.2 → 0.9.4 (A ASGI Server based on Hyper libraries and inspired by Gunicorn.)

  • hypothesis 5.6.0 → 5.8.0 (A library for property-based testing)

  • importlib_metadata 1.5.0 → 1.6.0 (Read metadata from Python packages)

  • intake 0.5.4 → 0.5.5 (Data load and catalog system)

  • ipykernel 5.1.4 → 5.2.0 (IPython Kernel for Jupyter)

  • ipympl 0.5.3 → 0.5.6 (Matplotlib Jupyter Extension)

  • jupyter_client 6.1.0 → 6.1.2 (Jupyter protocol implementation and client libraries)

  • jupyterlab 2.0.1 → 2.1.0 (The JupyterLab notebook server extension.)

  • jupyterlab_server 1.0.7 → 1.1.0 (JupyterLab Server)

  • kiwisolver 1.1.0 → 1.2.0 (A fast implementation of the Cassowary constraint solver)

  • moviepy 1.0.1 → 1.0.2 (Video editing with Python)

  • nbclient 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (A client library for executing notebooks. Formally nbconvert's ExecutePreprocessor.)

  • nbformat 5.0.4 → 5.0.5 (The Jupyter Notebook format)

  • panel 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A high level app and dashboarding solution for Python.)

  • papermill 2.0.0 → 2.1.0 (Parametrize and run Jupyter and nteract Notebooks)

  • pillow 7.0.0 → 7.1.1 (Python Imaging Library (Fork))

  • plotly 4.5.4 → 4.6.0 (An open-source, interactive graphing library for Python)

  • prompt_toolkit 3.0.4 → 3.0.5 (Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python)

  • pyaml 20.3.1 → 20.4.0 (PyYAML-based module to produce pretty and readable YAML-serialized data)

  • pybind11 2.4.3 → 2.5.0 (Seamless operability between C++11 and Python)

  • pyparsing 2.4.6 → 2.4.7 (Python parsing module)

  • pyqt5 5.14.1 → 5.14.2 (Python bindings for the Qt cross platform application toolkit)

  • pyqt5_sip 12.7.1 → 12.7.2 (The sip module support for PyQt5)

  • pyrsistent 0.15.7 → 0.16.0 (Persistent/Functional/Immutable data structures)

  • qdarkstyle 2.8 → 2.8.1 (The most complete dark stylesheet for Python and Qt applications)

  • qtconsole 4.7.1 → 4.7.2 (Jupyter Qt console)

  • quart 0.11.3 → 0.11.5 (A Python ASGI web microframework with the same API as Flask)

  • regex 2020.2.20 → 2020.4.4 (Alternative regular expression module, to replace re.)

  • scs 2.1.1.post2 → 2.1.2 (scs: splitting conic solver)

  • setuptools 46.0.0 → 46.1.3 (Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages)

  • simpy 3.0.12 → 4.0.0 (Event discrete, process based simulation for Python.)

  • spyder 4.1.1 → 4.1.2 (The Scientific Python Development Environment)

  • sqlalchemy 1.3.15 → 1.3.16 (SQL Toolkit and Object Relational Mapper)

  • swifter 0.297 → 0.302 (A package which efficiently applies any function to a pandas dataframe or series in the fastest available manner)

  • tqdm 4.43.0 → 4.45.0 (Fast, Extensible Progress Meter)

  • typing_extensions 3.7.4.1 → 3.7.4.2 (Backported and Experimental Type Hints for Python 3.5+)

  • vega 3.1.0 → 3.2.0 (A Jupyter widget for Vega 5 and Vega-Lite 4)

  • wcwidth 0.1.8 → 0.1.9 (Measures number of Terminal column cells of wide-character codes)

  • werkzeug 1.0.0 → 1.0.1 (The comprehensive WSGI web application library.)

  • winpython 2.3.20200319 → 2.3.20200408 (WinPython distribution tools, including WPPM)

  • wrapt 1.11.2 → 1.12.1 (Module for decorators, wrappers and monkey patching.)

  • xarray 0.15.0 → 0.15.1 (N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python)


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stonebig commented Apr 10, 2020

build1b : (2020-04-10)

  • correct error of build on 32 bit versions (introduced when correcting 64 bit versions)
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stonebig commented Apr 17, 2020

build2 (2020-04-26)

Changes from WinPython 2020-02 build1:

  • Infrastructure:
    • in comments in "env.bat", a fix "set USERPROFILE=%HOME%" to keep user settings in winpython directory for Python-3.8.2 and Python-3.9:
      • it's due to a change in cpython,
      • effect is a little too big to put it by default
  • New Packages:
    • botorch
    • Trio, as TaskGroups/Nurseries won't be in standard before Python-3.10. progress must go on.
    • on Python-3.8 : geoviews + cartopy + rpy2
  • Upgraded Packages:
    • pyarrow-0.17.0, papermill-2.1.1, bokeh-2.0.2,
    • jupyterlab-2.1.1, pytorch-1.5.0,
    • rpy2-3.4.0.dev0, Cartopy-0.18.0b2,
  • variation per version:
    • Tensorflow and Pytorch not in "cod" branch
    • portable VSCode in "cod" branch only. (but you can copy the "\t\cod" directory from one to the other)

Interesting for users:

  • re-try rpy2 that shall be back usable for Windows
  • Pytorch-1.5, botorch
  • python-vscode now handles roughly well ipywidgets ... but forbids sounds and videos
  • on Python-3.8.2 and later, due to change in Cpython:
    • the home is now taken from %USERPROFILE% instead of %HOME%
    • applying this in WinPython would:
      • keep as Python-3.7, default settings well inside WinPython
      • but move your Appdata/Roaming inside Winpython
    • you may try this by clicking on "scripts\make_working_directory_and_userprofile_be_winpython.bat"
    • effect: set USERPROFILE=%HOME% (that you can also do in "scripts\env.bat")

Hope for Rc:

  • Pandas-1.0.4, Tensorflow-2.2, Python-3.8.3,
  • rpy2-3.4.0, Cartopy-0.18.0b3
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History of changes for WinPython-64bit 3.8.2.1 build2

The following changes were made to WinPython-64bit distribution since version 3.8.2.0.

Python packages

New packages:

  • absl_py 0.9.0 (Abseil Python Common Libraries, see github.com/abseil/abseil-py.)

  • astunparse 1.6.3 (An AST unparser for Python)

  • botorch 0.2.2 (Bayesian Optimization in PyTorch)

  • cachetools 4.0.0 (Extensible memoizing collections and decorators)

  • cartopy 0.18.0b2 (A cartographic python library with Matplotlib support for visualisation)

  • distlib 0.3.0 (Distribution utilities)

  • edward 1.3.5 (A library for probabilistic modeling, inference, and criticism)

  • filelock 3.0.12 (A platform independent file lock.)

  • flask_sqlalchemy 2.4.1 (Adds SQLAlchemy support to your Flask application.)

  • gast 0.3.3 (Python AST that abstracts the underlying Python version)

  • geoviews 1.8.1 (GeoViews is a Python library that makes it easy to explore and visualize geographical, meteorological, and oceanographic datasets, such as those used in weather, climate, and remote sensing research.)

  • google_auth 1.14.0 (Google Authentication Library)

  • google_auth_oauthlib 0.4.1 (Google Authentication Library)

  • google_pasta 0.2.0 (pasta is an AST-based Python refactoring library)

  • gpytorch 1.1.1 (An implementation of Gaussian Processes in Pytorch)

  • grpcio 1.28.1 (HTTP/2-based RPC framework)

  • keras 2.3.1 (Deep Learning for humans)

  • keras_applications 1.0.8 (Reference implementations of popular deep learning models)

  • keras_preprocessing 1.1.0 (Easy data preprocessing and data augmentation for deep learning models)

  • keras_vis 0.4.1 (Neural Network visualization toolkit for keras)

  • mergedeep 1.1.1 (A deep merge function for 🐍.)

  • nest_asyncio 1.3.2 (Patch asyncio to allow nested event loops)

  • oauthlib 3.1.0 (A generic, spec-compliant, thorough implementation of the OAuth request-signing logic)

  • opt_einsum 3.2.1 (Optimizing numpys einsum function)

  • outcome 1.0.1 (Capture the outcome of Python function calls.)

  • pipdeptree 0.13.2 (Command line utility to show dependency tree of packages)

  • pyasn1 0.4.8 (ASN.1 types and codecs)

  • pyasn1_modules 0.2.8 (A collection of ASN.1-based protocols modules.)

  • pyshp 2.1.0 (Pure Python read/write support for ESRI Shapefile format)

  • requests_oauthlib 1.3.0 (OAuthlib authentication support for Requests.)

  • rpy2 3.4.0.dev0 (Python interface to the R language (embedded R))

  • rsa 4.0 (Pure-Python RSA implementation)

  • sniffio 1.1.0 (Sniff out which async library your code is running under)

  • tbb 2019.0 (Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks)

  • tensorboard 2.2.1 (TensorBoard lets you watch Tensors Flow)

  • tensorboard_plugin_wit 1.6.0.post3 (What-If Tool TensorBoard plugin.)

  • tensorflow_cpu 2.2.0rc3 (TensorFlow is an open source machine learning framework for everyone.)

  • tensorflow_estimator 2.2.0 (TensorFlow Estimator.)

  • tensorflow_probability 0.9.0 (Probabilistic modeling and statistical inference in TensorFlow)

  • trio 0.13.0 (A friendly Python library for async concurrency and I/O)

  • trio_asyncio 0.11.0 (A re-implementation of the asyncio mainloop on top of Trio)

  • umap_learn 0.4.1 (Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection)

  • virtualenv 20.0.18 (Virtual Python Environment builder)

Upgraded packages:

  • aiofiles 0.4.0 → 0.5.0 (File support for asyncio.)

  • aiosqlite 0.11.0 → 0.12.0 (asyncio bridge to the standard sqlite3 module)

  • altair 4.0.1 → 4.1.0 (Altair: A declarative statistical visualization library for Python.)

  • astropy 4.0 → 4.0.1 (Community-developed python astronomy tools)

  • autopep8 1.5 → 1.5.2 (A tool that automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide)

  • beautifulsoup4 4.8.2 → 4.9.0 (Screen-scraping library)

  • bleach 3.1.3 → 3.1.4 (An easy safelist-based HTML-sanitizing tool.)

  • bokeh 2.0.0 → 2.0.2 (Interactive plots and applications in the browser from Python)

  • certifi 2019.11.28 → 2020.4.5.1 (Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle.)

  • cftime 1.1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (Time-handling functionality from netcdf4-python)

  • cryptography 2.8 → 2.9 (cryptography is a package which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers.)

  • cvxopt 1.2.4 → 1.2.5 (Convex optimization package)

  • cvxpy 1.0.28 → 1.0.31 (A domain-specific language for modeling convex optimization problems in Python.)

  • cython 0.29.15 → 0.29.16 (The Cython compiler for writing C extensions for the Python language.)

  • dask 2.12.0 → 2.15.0 (Parallel PyData with Task Scheduling)

  • datasette 0.38 → 0.40 (A tool for exploring and publishing data)

  • deprecated 1.2.7 → 1.2.9 (Python @deprecated decorator to deprecate old python classes, functions or methods.)

  • distributed 2.12.0 → 2.15.0 (Distributed scheduler for Dask)

  • flask 1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (A simple framework for building complex web applications.)

  • flask_accepts 0.16.2 → 0.16.6 (Easy, opinionated Flask input/output handling with Flask-restx and Marshmallow)

  • flask_restx 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (Fully featured framework for fast, easy and documented API development with Flask)

  • fsspec 0.6.2 → 0.7.1 (File-system specification)

  • holoviews 1.13.0b12 → 1.13.2 (Stop plotting your data - annotate your data and let it visualize itself.)

  • hypercorn 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A ASGI Server based on Hyper libraries and inspired by Gunicorn.)

  • hypothesis 5.6.0 → 5.10.4 (A library for property-based testing)

  • importlib_metadata 1.5.0 → 1.6.0 (Read metadata from Python packages)

  • intake 0.5.4 → 0.5.5 (Data load and catalog system)

  • ipykernel 5.1.4 → 5.2.1 (IPython Kernel for Jupyter)

  • ipyleaflet 0.12.3 → 0.12.4 (A Jupyter widget for dynamic Leaflet maps)

  • ipympl 0.5.3 → 0.5.6 (Matplotlib Jupyter Extension)

  • ipyparallel 6.2.4 → 6.2.5 (Interactive Parallel Computing with IPython)

  • jinja2 2.11.1 → 2.11.2 (A small but fast and easy to use stand-alone template engine written in pure python.)

  • julia 0.5.1 → 0.5.2 (Julia/Python bridge with IPython support.)

  • jupyter_client 6.1.0 → 6.1.3 (Jupyter protocol implementation and client libraries)

  • jupyterlab 2.0.1 → 2.1.1 (The JupyterLab notebook server extension.)

  • jupyterlab_server 1.0.7 → 1.1.1 (JupyterLab Server)

  • kiwisolver 1.1.0 → 1.2.0 (A fast implementation of the Cassowary constraint solver)

  • llvmlite 0.31.0 → 0.32.0 (lightweight wrapper around basic LLVM functionality)

  • mercantile 1.1.2 → 1.1.3 (Web mercator XYZ tile utilities)

  • metakernel 0.24.3 → 0.24.4 (Metakernel for Jupyter)

  • moviepy 1.0.1 → 1.0.2 (Video editing with Python)

  • nbclient 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (A client library for executing notebooks. Formally nbconvert's ExecutePreprocessor.)

  • nbformat 5.0.4 → 5.0.6 (The Jupyter Notebook format)

  • nltk 3.4.5 → 3.5 (Natural Language Toolkit)

  • numba 0.48.0 → 0.49.0 (compiling Python code using LLVM)

  • numpy 1.18.2+mkl → 1.18.3+mkl (NumPy is the fundamental package for array computing with Python.)

  • octave_kernel 0.31.0 → 0.31.1 (A Jupyter kernel for Octave.)

  • panel 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A high level app and dashboarding solution for Python.)

  • papermill 2.0.0 → 2.1.1 (Parametrize and run Jupyter and nteract Notebooks)

  • parso 0.6.2 → 0.7.0 (A Python Parser)

  • pathspec 0.7.0 → 0.8.0 (Utility library for gitignore style pattern matching of file paths.)

  • pillow 7.0.0 → 7.1.2 (Python Imaging Library (Fork))

  • plotly 4.5.4 → 4.6.0 (An open-source, interactive graphing library for Python)

  • prompt_toolkit 3.0.4 → 3.0.5 (Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python)

  • ptpython 3.0.1 → 3.0.2 (Python REPL build on top of prompt_toolkit)

  • pyaml 20.3.1 → 20.4.0 (PyYAML-based module to produce pretty and readable YAML-serialized data)

  • pyarrow 0.16.0 → 0.17.0 (Python library for Apache Arrow)

  • pybind11 2.4.3 → 2.5.0 (Seamless operability between C++11 and Python)

  • pymc 2.3.7 → 2.3.8 (Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling toolkit.)

  • pyparsing 2.4.6 → 2.4.7 (Python parsing module)

  • pyqt5 5.14.1 → 5.14.2 (Python bindings for the Qt cross platform application toolkit)

  • pyqt5_sip 12.7.1 → 12.7.2 (The sip module support for PyQt5)

  • pyrsistent 0.15.7 → 0.16.0 (Persistent/Functional/Immutable data structures)

  • qdarkstyle 2.8 → 2.8.1 (The most complete dark stylesheet for Python and Qt applications)

  • qtawesome 0.7.0 → 0.7.1 (FontAwesome icons in PyQt and PySide applications)

  • qtconsole 4.7.1 → 4.7.3 (Jupyter Qt console)

  • quantecon 0.4.6 → 0.4.7 (QuantEcon is a package to support all forms of quantitative economic modelling.)

  • quart 0.11.3 → 0.11.5 (A Python ASGI web microframework with the same API as Flask)

  • readme_renderer 25.0 → 26.0 (readme_renderer is a library for rendering "readme" descriptions for Warehouse)

  • regex 2020.2.20 → 2020.4.4 (Alternative regular expression module, to replace re.)

  • scs 2.1.1.post2 → 2.1.2 (scs: splitting conic solver)

  • setuptools 46.0.0 → 46.1.3 (Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages)

  • simpy 3.0.12 → 4.0.1 (Event discrete, process based simulation for Python.)

  • spyder 4.1.1 → 4.1.2 (The Scientific Python Development Environment)

  • sqlalchemy 1.3.15 → 1.3.16 (Database Abstraction Library)

  • swifter 0.297 → 0.302 (A package which efficiently applies any function to a pandas dataframe or series in the fastest available manner)

  • torch 1.4.0+cpu → 1.5.0+cpu (Tensors and Dynamic neural networks in Python with strong GPU acceleration)

  • torchvision 0.5.0+cpu → 0.6.0+cpu (image and video datasets and models for torch deep learning)

  • tqdm 4.43.0 → 4.45.0 (Fast, Extensible Progress Meter)

  • typing_extensions 3.7.4.1 → 3.7.4.2 (Backported and Experimental Type Hints for Python 3.5+)

  • urllib3 1.25.8 → 1.25.9 (HTTP library with thread-safe connection pooling, file post, and more.)

  • vega 3.1.0 → 3.2.0 (A Jupyter widget for Vega 5 and Vega-Lite 4)

  • wcwidth 0.1.8 → 0.1.9 (Measures number of Terminal column cells of wide-character codes)

  • werkzeug 1.0.0 → 1.0.1 (The comprehensive WSGI web application library.)

  • winpython 2.3.20200319 → 2.4.20200425 (WinPython distribution tools, including WPPM)

  • wrapt 1.11.2 → 1.12.1 (Module for decorators, wrappers and monkey patching.)

  • xarray 0.15.0 → 0.15.1 (N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python)

Removed packages:

  • portalocker 1.5.2 (Wraps the portalocker recipe for easy usage)

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stonebig commented May 1, 2020

interlude: python-3.9.0a6 (2020-05-01)

This version brings the real new things for Python-3.9:

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build3 (2020-05-01/03)

Changes from WinPython 2020-02 build2:

  • Infrastructure:
    • python-3.8.3rc1
  • New Packages:
  • Upgraded Packages:
    • python-vscode-2020.4.76186 (april ipywidgets release + 1 release bug fix)
    • seaborn-0.10.1, bqplot-0.12.7
    • tensorflow-cpu-2.2.0rc4, trio-0.14.0, uvicorn-0.11.5
  • variation per version:
    • Tensorflow and Pytorch not in "cod" branch
    • portable VSCode in "cod" branch only. (but you can copy the "\t\cod" directory from one to the other)

Interesting for users:

  • Python-3.8.3rc1
  • you may remark that Python just broke PYPL highest tutorial popularity score at 31.17%, ... mission accomplished... hum, dreamed of 33% and the GILectomy is critical ... let's push 1 more year till 3.10.

for Rc:

  • Python-3.8.3,
  • updates from rpy2-3.4.0dev0, Cartopy-0.18.0b3
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History of changes for WinPython-64bit 3.8.3.0cod build3

The following changes were made to WinPython-64bit distribution since version 3.8.2.0cod.

Tools

New packages:

  • VSCode 1.44.2.0 (source-code editor developed by Microsoft)

Upgraded packages:

  • Nodejs v12.16.1 → v12.16.3 (a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine)

  • npmjs 6.13.4 → 6.14.4 (a package manager for JavaScript)

Python packages

New packages:

  • cartopy 0.18.0b2 (A cartographic python library with Matplotlib support for visualisation)

  • distlib 0.3.0 (Distribution utilities)

  • filelock 3.0.12 (A platform independent file lock.)

  • flask_sqlalchemy 2.4.1 (Adds SQLAlchemy support to your Flask application.)

  • geoviews 1.8.1 (GeoViews is a Python library that makes it easy to explore and visualize geographical, meteorological, and oceanographic datasets, such as those used in weather, climate, and remote sensing research.)

  • mergedeep 1.1.1 (A deep merge function for 🐍.)

  • nest_asyncio 1.3.2 (Patch asyncio to allow nested event loops)

  • outcome 1.0.1 (Capture the outcome of Python function calls.)

  • pipdeptree 0.13.2 (Command line utility to show dependency tree of packages)

  • pyshp 2.1.0 (Pure Python read/write support for ESRI Shapefile format)

  • rpy2 3.4.0.dev0 (Python interface to the R language (embedded R))

  • sniffio 1.1.0 (Sniff out which async library your code is running under)

  • tbb 2019.0 (Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks)

  • trio 0.14.0 (A friendly Python library for async concurrency and I/O)

  • trio_asyncio 0.11.0 (A re-implementation of the asyncio mainloop on top of Trio)

  • umap_learn 0.4.1 (Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection)

  • virtualenv 20.0.18 (Virtual Python Environment builder)

Upgraded packages:

  • aiofiles 0.4.0 → 0.5.0 (File support for asyncio.)

  • aiosqlite 0.11.0 → 0.12.0 (asyncio bridge to the standard sqlite3 module)

  • altair 4.0.1 → 4.1.0 (Altair: A declarative statistical visualization library for Python.)

  • astroid 2.3.3 → 2.4.0 (An abstract syntax tree for Python with inference support.)

  • astropy 4.0 → 4.0.1 (Community-developed python astronomy tools)

  • autopep8 1.5 → 1.5.2 (A tool that automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide)

  • beautifulsoup4 4.8.2 → 4.9.0 (Screen-scraping library)

  • bleach 3.1.3 → 3.1.4 (An easy safelist-based HTML-sanitizing tool.)

  • bokeh 2.0.0 → 2.0.2 (Interactive plots and applications in the browser from Python)

  • bqplot 0.12.6 → 0.12.7 (Interactive plotting for the Jupyter notebook, using d3.js and ipywidgets.)

  • certifi 2019.11.28 → 2020.4.5.1 (Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle.)

  • cftime 1.1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (Time-handling functionality from netcdf4-python)

  • click 7.1.1 → 7.1.2 (Composable command line interface toolkit)

  • cloudpickle 1.3.0 → 1.4.0 (Extended pickling support for Python objects)

  • cryptography 2.8 → 2.9.2 (cryptography is a package which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers.)

  • cvxopt 1.2.4 → 1.2.5 (Convex optimization package)

  • cvxpy 1.0.28 → 1.0.31 (A domain-specific language for modeling convex optimization problems in Python.)

  • cython 0.29.15 → 0.29.17 (The Cython compiler for writing C extensions for the Python language.)

  • dask 2.12.0 → 2.15.0 (Parallel PyData with Task Scheduling)

  • databases 0.2.6 → 0.3.2 (Async database support for Python.)

  • datasette 0.38 → 0.40 (A tool for exploring and publishing data)

  • deprecated 1.2.7 → 1.2.9 (Python @deprecated decorator to deprecate old python classes, functions or methods.)

  • distributed 2.12.0 → 2.15.1 (Distributed scheduler for Dask)

  • flask 1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (A simple framework for building complex web applications.)

  • flask_accepts 0.16.2 → 0.16.6 (Easy, opinionated Flask input/output handling with Flask-restx and Marshmallow)

  • flask_restx 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (Fully featured framework for fast, easy and documented API development with Flask)

  • fsspec 0.6.2 → 0.7.3 (File-system specification)

  • holoviews 1.13.0b12 → 1.13.2 (Stop plotting your data - annotate your data and let it visualize itself.)

  • hypercorn 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A ASGI Server based on Hyper libraries and inspired by Gunicorn.)

  • hypothesis 5.6.0 → 5.10.4 (A library for property-based testing)

  • importlib_metadata 1.5.0 → 1.6.0 (Read metadata from Python packages)

  • intake 0.5.4 → 0.5.5 (Data load and catalog system)

  • ipykernel 5.1.4 → 5.2.1 (IPython Kernel for Jupyter)

  • ipyleaflet 0.12.3 → 0.12.4 (A Jupyter widget for dynamic Leaflet maps)

  • ipympl 0.5.3 → 0.5.6 (Matplotlib Jupyter Extension)

  • ipyparallel 6.2.4 → 6.2.5 (Interactive Parallel Computing with IPython)

  • jinja2 2.11.1 → 2.11.2 (A small but fast and easy to use stand-alone template engine written in pure python.)

  • julia 0.5.1 → 0.5.3 (Julia/Python bridge with IPython support.)

  • jupyter_client 6.1.0 → 6.1.3 (Jupyter protocol implementation and client libraries)

  • jupyterlab 2.0.1 → 2.1.1 (The JupyterLab notebook server extension.)

  • jupyterlab_pygments 0.1.0 → 0.1.1 (Pygments theme)

  • jupyterlab_server 1.0.7 → 1.1.1 (JupyterLab Server)

  • kiwisolver 1.1.0 → 1.2.0 (A fast implementation of the Cassowary constraint solver)

  • llvmlite 0.31.0 → 0.32.0 (lightweight wrapper around basic LLVM functionality)

  • loky 2.6.0 → 2.7.0 (A robust implementation of concurrent.futures.ProcessPoolExecutor)

  • marshmallow 3.5.1 → 3.5.2 (A lightweight library for converting complex datatypes to and from native Python datatypes.)

  • mercantile 1.1.2 → 1.1.4 (Web mercator XYZ tile utilities)

  • metakernel 0.24.3 → 0.24.4 (Metakernel for Jupyter)

  • moviepy 1.0.1 → 1.0.2 (Video editing with Python)

  • nbclient 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (A client library for executing notebooks. Formally nbconvert's ExecutePreprocessor.)

  • nbformat 5.0.4 → 5.0.6 (The Jupyter Notebook format)

  • nltk 3.4.5 → 3.5 (Natural Language Toolkit)

  • numba 0.48.0 → 0.49.0 (compiling Python code using LLVM)

  • numpy 1.18.2+mkl → 1.18.3+mkl (NumPy is the fundamental package for array computing with Python.)

  • octave_kernel 0.31.0 → 0.31.1 (A Jupyter kernel for Octave.)

  • panel 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A high level app and dashboarding solution for Python.)

  • papermill 2.0.0 → 2.1.1 (Parametrize and run Jupyter and nteract Notebooks)

  • parso 0.6.2 → 0.7.0 (A Python Parser)

  • pathspec 0.7.0 → 0.8.0 (Utility library for gitignore style pattern matching of file paths.)

  • pillow 7.0.0 → 7.1.2 (Python Imaging Library (Fork))

  • pip 20.0.2 → 20.1 (The PyPA recommended tool for installing Python packages.)

  • plotly 4.5.4 → 4.6.0 (An open-source, interactive graphing library for Python)

  • prompt_toolkit 3.0.4 → 3.0.5 (Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python)

  • ptpython 3.0.1 → 3.0.2 (Python REPL build on top of prompt_toolkit)

  • pyaml 20.3.1 → 20.4.0 (PyYAML-based module to produce pretty and readable YAML-serialized data)

  • pyarrow 0.16.0 → 0.17.0 (Python library for Apache Arrow)

  • pybind11 2.4.3 → 2.5.0 (Seamless operability between C++11 and Python)

  • pyflakes 2.1.1 → 2.2.0 (passive checker of Python programs)

  • pylint 2.4.4 → 2.5.0 (python code static checker)

  • pymc 2.3.7 → 2.3.8 (Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling toolkit.)

  • pyparsing 2.4.6 → 2.4.7 (Python parsing module)

  • pyqt5 5.14.1 → 5.14.2 (Python bindings for the Qt cross platform application toolkit)

  • pyqt5_sip 12.7.1 → 12.7.2 (The sip module support for PyQt5)

  • pyrsistent 0.15.7 → 0.16.0 (Persistent/Functional/Immutable data structures)

  • Python 3.8.2 → 3.8.3 (Python programming language with standard library)

  • python_language_server 0.31.9 → 0.31.10 (Python Language Server for the Language Server Protocol)

  • pytz 2019.3 → 2020.1 (World timezone definitions, modern and historical)

  • qdarkstyle 2.8 → 2.8.1 (The most complete dark stylesheet for Python and Qt applications)

  • qtawesome 0.7.0 → 0.7.1 (FontAwesome icons in PyQt and PySide applications)

  • qtconsole 4.7.1 → 4.7.3 (Jupyter Qt console)

  • quantecon 0.4.6 → 0.4.7 (QuantEcon is a package to support all forms of quantitative economic modelling.)

  • quart 0.11.3 → 0.11.5 (A Python ASGI web microframework with the same API as Flask)

  • readme_renderer 25.0 → 26.0 (readme_renderer is a library for rendering "readme" descriptions for Warehouse)

  • regex 2020.2.20 → 2020.4.4 (Alternative regular expression module, to replace re.)

  • scs 2.1.1.post2 → 2.1.2 (scs: splitting conic solver)

  • seaborn 0.10.0 → 0.10.1 (seaborn: statistical data visualization)

  • setuptools 46.0.0 → 46.1.3 (Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages)

  • simpy 3.0.12 → 4.0.1 (Event discrete, process based simulation for Python.)

  • snakeviz 2.0.1 → 2.1.0 (A web-based viewer for Python profiler output)

  • sphinx 2.4.4 → 3.0.3 (Tool for generating documentation which uses reStructuredText as its markup language)

  • spyder 4.1.1 → 4.1.2 (The Scientific Python Development Environment)

  • sqlalchemy 1.3.15 → 1.3.16 (Database Abstraction Library)

  • swifter 0.297 → 0.302 (A package which efficiently applies any function to a pandas dataframe or series in the fastest available manner)

  • tqdm 4.43.0 → 4.45.0 (Fast, Extensible Progress Meter)

  • typing_extensions 3.7.4.1 → 3.7.4.2 (Backported and Experimental Type Hints for Python 3.5+)

  • urllib3 1.25.8 → 1.25.9 (HTTP library with thread-safe connection pooling, file post, and more.)

  • uvicorn 0.11.3 → 0.11.5 (The lightning-fast ASGI server.)

  • vega 3.1.0 → 3.2.0 (A Jupyter widget for Vega 5 and Vega-Lite 4)

  • wcwidth 0.1.8 → 0.1.9 (Measures number of Terminal column cells of wide-character codes)

  • werkzeug 1.0.0 → 1.0.1 (The comprehensive WSGI web application library.)

  • winpython 2.3.20200319 → 2.4.20200425 (WinPython distribution tools, including WPPM)

  • wrapt 1.11.2 → 1.12.1 (Module for decorators, wrappers and monkey patching.)

  • xarray 0.15.0 → 0.15.1 (N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python)

Removed packages:

  • portalocker 1.5.2 (Wraps the portalocker recipe for easy usage)

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You can see python-vscode feature here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Pvrk1Qt-B4&feature=youtu.be&ocid=AID3006292

Not perfect with ipywidgets, will clearly extend the reach of Python and Jupyter

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stonebig commented May 17, 2020

rc (2020-05-17/20)

Changes from WinPython 2020-02 build3:

  • Infrastructure:
    • python-3.8.3 final
  • New Packages:
  • Upgraded Packages:
    • python-vscode-2020.5.80290 (bug... it now requires a .py file to have been opened and ran before a .ipynb is open with ipywidgets working)
    • tensorflow-cpu-2.2.0 final, Cartopy-0.18.0 final
    • scikit_learn-0.23.0, scikit_image-0.17.2
  • variation per version:
    • Tensorflow and Pytorch not in "cod" branch
    • portable VSCode in "cod" branch only. (but you can copy the "\t\cod" directory from one to the other)

Interesting for users:

  • Python-3.8.3,
  • do not complaint on Spyder team, as PyQt-5.14.2 and Jedi-0.17.0 and Python-Language-server-0.32.0 are not supported.
  • "cod" version may be delayed a few days to wait for hypothetical bug fix
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History of changes for WinPython-64bit 3.7.7.1

The following changes were made to WinPython-64bit distribution since version 3.7.7.0.

Tools

Upgraded packages:

  • Nodejs v12.16.1 → v12.16.3 (a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine)

  • npmjs 6.13.4 → 6.14.4 (a package manager for JavaScript)

Python packages

New packages:

  • asgiref 3.2.7 (ASGI specs, helper code, and adapters)

  • astunparse 1.6.3 (An AST unparser for Python)

  • botorch 0.2.3 (Bayesian Optimization in PyTorch)

  • cachelib 0.1 (A collection of cache libraries in the same API interface.)

  • distlib 0.3.0 (Distribution utilities)

  • filelock 3.0.12 (A platform independent file lock.)

  • flask_mail 0.9.1 (Flask extension for sending email)

  • flask_session 0.3.2 (Adds server-side session support to your Flask application)

  • flask_sqlalchemy 2.4.1 (Adds SQLAlchemy support to your Flask application.)

  • gpytorch 1.1.1 (An implementation of Gaussian Processes in Pytorch)

  • httpie 2.1.0 (HTTPie - a CLI, cURL-like tool for humans.)

  • imagecodecs 2020.2.18 (Image transformation, compression, and decompression codecs)

  • lz4 3.0.2 (LZ4 Bindings for Python)

  • mergedeep 1.3.0 (A deep merge function for 🐍.)

  • nest_asyncio 1.3.3 (Patch asyncio to allow nested event loops)

  • nlopt 2.6.2 (Library for nonlinear optimization, wrapping many algorithms for global and local, constrained or unconstrained, optimization)

  • outcome 1.0.1 (Capture the outcome of Python function calls.)

  • pipdeptree 0.13.2 (Command line utility to show dependency tree of packages)

  • python_dotenv 0.13.0 (Add .env support to your django/flask apps in development and deployments)

  • sniffio 1.1.0 (Sniff out which async library your code is running under)

  • tbb 2019.0 (Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks)

  • tensorboard_plugin_wit 1.6.0.post3 (What-If Tool TensorBoard plugin.)

  • threadpoolctl 2.0.0 (threadpoolctl)

  • tifffile 2020.5.11 (Read and write TIFF(r) files)

  • trio 0.15.1 (A friendly Python library for async concurrency and I/O)

  • trio_asyncio 0.11.0 (A re-implementation of the asyncio mainloop on top of Trio)

  • umap_learn 0.4.3 (Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection)

  • virtualenv 20.0.20 (Virtual Python Environment builder)

Upgraded packages:

  • aiofiles 0.4.0 → 0.5.0 (File support for asyncio.)

  • aiosqlite 0.11.0 → 0.13.0 (asyncio bridge to the standard sqlite3 module)

  • altair 4.0.1 → 4.1.0 (Altair: A declarative statistical visualization library for Python.)

  • appdirs 1.4.3 → 1.4.4 (A small Python module for determining appropriate platform-specific dirs, e.g. a "user data dir".)

  • astroid 2.3.3 → 2.4.1 (An abstract syntax tree for Python with inference support.)

  • astropy 4.0 → 4.0.1 (Community-developed python astronomy tools)

  • atomicwrites 1.3.0 → 1.4.0 (Atomic file writes.)

  • autopep8 1.5 → 1.5.2 (A tool that automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide)

  • bcrypt 3.1.6 → 3.1.7 (Modern password hashing for your software and your servers)

  • beautifulsoup4 4.8.2 → 4.9.0 (Screen-scraping library)

  • bleach 3.1.3 → 3.1.5 (An easy safelist-based HTML-sanitizing tool.)

  • blosc 1.8.3 → 1.9.1 (Blosc data compressor)

  • bokeh 2.0.0 → 2.0.2 (Interactive plots and applications in the browser from Python)

  • bqplot 0.12.6 → 0.12.11 (Interactive plotting for the Jupyter notebook, using d3.js and ipywidgets.)

  • cartopy 0.17.0 → 0.18.0 (A cartographic python library with Matplotlib support for visualisation)

  • certifi 2019.11.28 → 2020.4.5.1 (Python package for providing Mozilla's CA Bundle.)

  • cftime 1.1.1.1 → 1.1.3 (Time-handling functionality from netcdf4-python)

  • click 7.1.1 → 7.1.2 (Composable command line interface toolkit)

  • cloudpickle 1.3.0 → 1.4.1 (Extended pickling support for Python objects)

  • cryptography 2.8 → 2.9.2 (cryptography is a package which provides cryptographic recipes and primitives to Python developers.)

  • cvxopt 1.2.4 → 1.2.5 (Convex optimization package)

  • cvxpy 1.0.28 → 1.0.31 (A domain-specific language for modeling convex optimization problems in Python.)

  • cython 0.29.15 → 0.29.19 (The Cython compiler for writing C extensions for the Python language.)

  • dask 2.12.0 → 2.16.0 (Parallel PyData with Task Scheduling)

  • databases 0.2.6 → 0.3.2 (Async database support for Python.)

  • datasette 0.38 → 0.42 (A tool for exploring and publishing data)

  • deprecated 1.2.7 → 1.2.10 (Python @deprecated decorator to deprecate old python classes, functions or methods.)

  • distributed 2.12.0 → 2.16.0 (Distributed scheduler for Dask)

  • fastparquet 0.3.3 → 0.4.0 (Python support for Parquet file format)

  • feather_format 0.4.0 → 0.4.1 (Simple wrapper library to the Apache Arrow-based Feather File Format)

  • flask 1.1.1 → 1.1.2 (A simple framework for building complex web applications.)

  • flask_accepts 0.16.2 → 0.17.2 (Easy, opinionated Flask input/output handling with Flask-restx and Marshmallow)

  • flask_restx 0.1.0 → 0.2.0 (Fully featured framework for fast, easy and documented API development with Flask)

  • folium 0.10.1 → 0.11.0 (Make beautiful maps with Leaflet.js & Python)

  • fsspec 0.6.2 → 0.7.3 (File-system specification)

  • gast 0.2.2 → 0.3.3 (Python AST that abstracts the underlying Python version)

  • geopy 1.21.0 → 1.22.0 (Python Geocoding Toolbox)

  • geoviews 1.6.6 → 1.8.1 (GeoViews is a Python library that makes it easy to explore and visualize geographical, meteorological, and oceanographic datasets, such as those used in weather, climate, and remote sensing research.)

  • google_auth 1.11.2 → 1.14.3 (Google Authentication Library)

  • google_pasta 0.1.8 → 0.2.0 (pasta is an AST-based Python refactoring library)

  • grpcio 1.26.0 → 1.28.1 (HTTP/2-based RPC framework)

  • helpdev 0.6.10 → 0.7.1 (HelpDev - Extracts information about the Python environment easily.)

  • holoviews 1.13.0b12 → 1.13.2 (Stop plotting your data - annotate your data and let it visualize itself.)

  • hypercorn 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A ASGI Server based on Hyper libraries and inspired by Gunicorn.)

  • hypothesis 5.6.0 → 5.14.0 (A library for property-based testing)

  • imageio_ffmpeg 0.4.1 → 0.4.2 (FFMPEG wrapper for Python)

  • importlib_metadata 1.5.0 → 1.6.0 (Read metadata from Python packages)

  • intake 0.5.4 → 0.5.5 (Data load and catalog system)

  • ipykernel 5.1.4 → 5.2.1 (IPython Kernel for Jupyter)

  • ipyleaflet 0.12.3 → 0.12.6 (A Jupyter widget for dynamic Leaflet maps)

  • ipympl 0.5.3 → 0.5.6 (Matplotlib Jupyter Extension)

  • ipyparallel 6.2.4 → 6.3.0 (Interactive Parallel Computing with IPython)

  • ipython 7.13.0 → 7.14.0 (IPython: Productive Interactive Computing)

  • ipython_sql 0.3.9 → 0.4.0 (RDBMS access via IPython)

  • janus 0.4.0 → 0.5.0 (Mixed sync-async queue to interoperate between asyncio tasks and classic threads)

  • jedi 0.15.2 → 0.17.0 (An autocompletion tool for Python that can be used for text editors.)

  • jinja2 2.11.1 → 2.11.2 (A small but fast and easy to use stand-alone template engine written in pure python.)

  • joblib 0.14.1 → 0.15.1 (Lightweight pipelining: using Python functions as pipeline jobs.)

  • julia 0.5.1 → 0.5.3 (Julia/Python bridge with IPython support.)

  • jupyter_client 6.1.0 → 6.1.3 (Jupyter protocol implementation and client libraries)

  • jupyterlab 2.0.1 → 2.1.2 (The JupyterLab notebook server extension.)

  • jupyterlab_pygments 0.1.0 → 0.1.1 (Pygments theme)

  • jupyterlab_server 1.0.7 → 1.1.3 (JupyterLab Server)

  • keras_preprocessing 1.1.0 → 1.1.2 (Easy data preprocessing and data augmentation for deep learning models)

  • keyring 21.2.0 → 21.2.1 (Store and access your passwords safely.)

  • kiwisolver 1.1.0 → 1.2.0 (A fast implementation of the Cassowary constraint solver)

  • llvmlite 0.31.0 → 0.32.1 (lightweight wrapper around basic LLVM functionality)

  • lmfit 1.0.0 → 1.0.1 (Least-Squares Minimization with Bounds and Constraints)

  • loky 2.6.0 → 2.8.0 (A robust implementation of concurrent.futures.ProcessPoolExecutor)

  • lxml 4.5.0 → 4.5.1 (Powerful and Pythonic XML processing library combining libxml2/libxslt with the ElementTree API.)

  • markdown 3.2.1 → 3.2.2 (Python implementation of Markdown.)

  • marshmallow 3.5.1 → 3.6.0 (A lightweight library for converting complex datatypes to and from native Python datatypes.)

  • mercantile 1.1.2 → 1.1.4 (Web mercator XYZ tile utilities)

  • metakernel 0.24.3 → 0.24.4 (Metakernel for Jupyter)

  • more_itertools 8.2.0 → 8.3.0 (More routines for operating on iterables, beyond itertools)

  • moviepy 1.0.1 → 1.0.3 (Video editing with Python)

  • nbclient 0.1.0 → 0.3.0 (A client library for executing notebooks. Formally nbconvert's ExecutePreprocessor.)

  • nbformat 5.0.4 → 5.0.6 (The Jupyter Notebook format)

  • nltk 3.4.5 → 3.5 (Natural Language Toolkit)

  • numba 0.48.0 → 0.49.1 (compiling Python code using LLVM)

  • numpy 1.18.2+mkl → 1.18.4+mkl (NumPy is the fundamental package for array computing with Python.)

  • octave_kernel 0.31.0 → 0.31.1 (A Jupyter kernel for Octave.)

  • opt_einsum 3.2.0 → 3.2.1 (Optimizing numpys einsum function)

  • packaging 20.3 → 20.4 (Core utilities for Python packages)

  • panel 0.9.2 → 0.9.5 (A high level app and dashboarding solution for Python.)

  • papermill 2.0.0 → 2.1.1 (Parametrize and run Jupyter and nteract Notebooks)

  • parso 0.6.2 → 0.7.0 (A Python Parser)

  • pathspec 0.7.0 → 0.8.0 (Utility library for gitignore style pattern matching of file paths.)

  • pillow 7.0.0 → 7.1.2 (Python Imaging Library (Fork))

  • pip 20.0.2 → 20.1.1 (The PyPA recommended tool for installing Python packages.)

  • plotly 4.5.4 → 4.7.1 (An open-source, interactive graphing library for Python)

  • prompt_toolkit 3.0.4 → 3.0.5 (Library for building powerful interactive command lines in Python)

  • protobuf 3.11.3 → 3.12.1 (Protocol Buffers)

  • ptpython 3.0.1 → 3.0.2 (Python REPL build on top of prompt_toolkit)

  • pyaml 20.3.1 → 20.4.0 (PyYAML-based module to produce pretty and readable YAML-serialized data)

  • pyarrow 0.16.0 → 0.17.1 (Python library for Apache Arrow)

  • pybind11 2.4.3 → 2.5.0 (Seamless operability between C++11 and Python)

  • pycodestyle 2.5.0 → 2.6.0 (Python style guide checker)

  • pyflakes 2.1.1 → 2.2.0 (passive checker of Python programs)

  • pylint 2.4.4 → 2.5.2 (python code static checker)

  • pymc 2.3.7 → 2.3.8 (Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling toolkit.)

  • pyparsing 2.4.6 → 2.4.7 (Python parsing module)

  • pyproj 2.6.0 → 2.6.1.post1 (Python interface to PROJ (cartographic projections and coordinate transformations library))

  • pyqt5 5.14.1 → 5.14.2 (Python bindings for the Qt cross platform application toolkit)

  • pyqt5_sip 12.7.1 → 12.7.2 (The sip module support for PyQt5)

  • pyrsistent 0.15.7 → 0.16.0 (Persistent/Functional/Immutable data structures)

  • pytest 5.4.1 → 5.4.2 (pytest: simple powerful testing with Python)

  • python_language_server 0.31.9 → 0.32.0 (Python Language Server for the Language Server Protocol)

  • pytz 2019.3 → 2020.1 (World timezone definitions, modern and historical)

  • pyzmq 19.0.0 → 19.0.1 (Python bindings for 0MQ)

  • qdarkstyle 2.8 → 2.8.1 (The most complete dark stylesheet for Python and Qt applications)

  • qtawesome 0.7.0 → 0.7.2 (FontAwesome icons in PyQt and PySide applications)

  • qtconsole 4.7.1 → 4.7.4 (Jupyter Qt console)

  • quantecon 0.4.6 → 0.4.7 (QuantEcon is a package to support all forms of quantitative economic modelling.)

  • quart 0.11.3 → 0.12.0 (A Python ASGI web microframework with the same API as Flask)

  • rasterio 1.1.3 → 1.1.4 (Fast and direct raster I/O for use with Numpy and SciPy)

  • readme_renderer 25.0 → 26.0 (readme_renderer is a library for rendering "readme" descriptions for Warehouse)

  • redis 3.4.1 → 3.5.2 (Python client for Redis key-value store)

  • regex 2020.2.20 → 2020.5.14 (Alternative regular expression module, to replace re.)

  • rpy2 2.9.5 → 3.4.0.dev0 (Python interface to the R language (embedded R))

  • scikit_image 0.16.2 → 0.17.2 (Image processing routines for SciPy)

  • scikit_learn 0.22.2.post1 → 0.23.1 (A set of python modules for machine learning and data mining)

  • scs 2.1.1.post2 → 2.1.2 (scs: splitting conic solver)

  • seaborn 0.10.0 → 0.10.1 (seaborn: statistical data visualization)

  • setuptools 46.0.0 → 46.4.0 (Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages)

  • simpy 3.0.12 → 4.0.1 (Event discrete, process based simulation for Python.)

  • snakeviz 2.0.1 → 2.1.0 (A web-based viewer for Python profiler output)

  • sphinx 2.4.4 → 3.0.3 (Tool for generating documentation which uses reStructuredText as its markup language)

  • spyder 4.1.1 → 4.1.3 (The Scientific Python Development Environment)

  • spyder_kernels 1.9.0 → 1.9.1 (Jupyter kernels for Spyder's console)

  • sqlalchemy 1.3.15 → 1.3.17 (Database Abstraction Library)

  • swifter 0.297 → 0.304 (A package which efficiently applies any function to a pandas dataframe or series in the fastest available manner)

  • tenacity 6.1.0 → 6.2.0 (Retry code until it succeeds)

  • tensorboard 2.1.1 → 2.2.1 (TensorBoard lets you watch Tensors Flow)

  • tensorflow_cpu 2.1.0 → 2.2.0 (TensorFlow is an open source machine learning framework for everyone.)

  • tensorflow_estimator 2.1.0 → 2.2.0 (TensorFlow Estimator.)

  • tensorflow_probability 0.9.0 → 0.10.0 (Probabilistic modeling and statistical inference in TensorFlow)

  • toml 0.10.0 → 0.10.1 (Python Library for Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language)

  • torch 1.4.0+cpu → 1.5.0+cpu (Tensors and Dynamic neural networks in Python with strong GPU acceleration)

  • torchvision 0.5.0+cpu → 0.6.0+cpu (image and video datasets and models for torch deep learning)

  • tqdm 4.43.0 → 4.46.0 (Fast, Extensible Progress Meter)

  • typing_extensions 3.7.4.1 → 3.7.4.2 (Backported and Experimental Type Hints for Python 3.5+)

  • tzlocal 1.5.1 → 2.1 (tzinfo object for the local timezone)

  • urllib3 1.25.8 → 1.25.9 (HTTP library with thread-safe connection pooling, file post, and more.)

  • uvicorn 0.11.3 → 0.11.5 (The lightning-fast ASGI server.)

  • vega 3.1.0 → 3.4.0 (A Jupyter widget for Vega 5 and Vega-Lite 4)

  • wcwidth 0.1.8 → 0.1.9 (Measures number of Terminal column cells of wide-character codes)

  • werkzeug 1.0.0 → 1.0.1 (The comprehensive WSGI web application library.)

  • winpython 2.3.20200319 → 2.4.20200425 (WinPython distribution tools, including WPPM)

  • wordcloud 1.6.0 → 1.7.0 (A little word cloud generator)

  • wrapt 1.11.2 → 1.12.1 (Module for decorators, wrappers and monkey patching.)

  • xarray 0.15.0 → 0.15.1 (N-D labeled arrays and datasets in Python)

  • xlwings 0.18.0 → 0.19.4 (Make Excel fly: Interact with Excel from Python and vice versa.)

Removed packages:

  • astor 0.8.1 (Read/rewrite/write Python ASTs)

  • portalocker 1.5.2 (Wraps the portalocker recipe for easy usage)


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hiccup7 commented May 22, 2020

@stonebig Did the RC build crash? I only see the "dot" versions.

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stonebig commented May 22, 2020

Hi @hiccup7 , it's ready under my foot since 5 days as I was hoping for a jedi-0.17.1, a pandas-1.0.4, and a python-vscode small annoyance that doesn't want to be fixed.

nothing really happened since 5 days, so I may give up on this hoped changes... releasing this saturday

just python-3.9.0b1 was out, and cgohlke shoot the first binary builds (numpy, cython, matplotlib, ...
)

Giving up on a good python-vscode with jupyter this time, but maybe it will auto-correct back in a python-vscode update

MD5 SHA-1 SHA-256 Binary Size
99c48a1a66a19441eaabe07095bf845c 11ac040c990a57be20a2f6ace6aa22cb456542c6 bb11282c0e2814ad6d2af1a70f6c8d71cdc1753a651aed1ff3f5bc485cf2269f Winpython64-3.9.0.0dotb1.exe 24 504 297 Bytes
ff25b895d8778778df875536e10733b5 5ae386d6a5e7119736698ea7cdc1c14c4accd6dd 3e24766570a7a23dc9bb3bcdb22a64dbbb9b9c301407ebcd2c8610650a52c540 Winpython32-3.9.0.0dotb1.exe 23 483 463 Bytes

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hiccup7 commented May 24, 2020

Hi @stonebig I found the remaining RC build binaries on SourceForge. Please post the MD5-SHA hashes for them. Thanks!

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stonebig commented May 24, 2020

In there ? #819 (comment)

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hiccup7 commented May 24, 2020

Yes, they are there. Sorry to bother you.

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stonebig commented May 30, 2020

2020-05-30 WinPython 2020-02 release is equal to rc

As there has been no major complaint, the rc binaries are decelared ok and will be renamed as such in a few minutes

... and now, let's move forward to jupyterlab-3

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RoyiAvital commented Jun 27, 2020

In the packages of WinPython 3.7.7.1 I can see it says numpy | 1.18.4+mkl.

Yet when I do:

np.show_config()
blas_mkl_info:
  NOT AVAILABLE
blis_info:
  NOT AVAILABLE
openblas_info:
    library_dirs = ['C:\\projects\\numpy-wheels\\numpy\\build\\openblas']
    libraries = ['openblas']
    language = f77
    define_macros = [('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
blas_opt_info:
    library_dirs = ['C:\\projects\\numpy-wheels\\numpy\\build\\openblas']
    libraries = ['openblas']
    language = f77
    define_macros = [('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
lapack_mkl_info:
  NOT AVAILABLE
openblas_lapack_info:
    library_dirs = ['C:\\projects\\numpy-wheels\\numpy\\build\\openblas']
    libraries = ['openblas']
    language = f77
    define_macros = [('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]
lapack_opt_info:
    library_dirs = ['C:\\projects\\numpy-wheels\\numpy\\build\\openblas']
    libraries = ['openblas']
    language = f77
    define_macros = [('HAVE_CBLAS', None)]

Also:

np.__version__
Out[3]: '1.16.6'

And:

pip show numpy
Name: numpy
Version: 1.16.6
Summary: NumPy is the fundamental package for array computing with Python.
Home-page: https://www.numpy.org
Author: Travis E. Oliphant et al.
Author-email: None
License: BSD
Location: d:\applications\programming\winpython\wpy64-3771\python-3.7.7.amd64\lib\site-packages

Any idea?

Both the version doesn't match and there is no sign of MKL as well.

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stonebig commented Jun 28, 2020

The changelog is made from "pip list", what does it say now on your installation ?

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stonebig commented Jun 28, 2020

I would suspect:

  • either you had an update on your installation,
  • either Torch or Tensorflow do some sort of 'vendored' thing.

image

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RoyiAvital commented Jun 28, 2020

I only installed OpenCV which has a requirement on numpy which is >=.
What about MKL? Does it show on your system?

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hiccup7 commented Jul 3, 2020

In my WinPython 3.7.7.1, np.version produces "1.18.4", and np.show_config() shows MKL.

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RoyiAvital commented Jul 3, 2020

Strange... All I installed was OpenCV and DLib.

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