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wq.core 1.1.0 replaces the custom requirements.txt generator (wq versions) with a wrapper around pip freeze. Also, Python 2.7 support is no longer advertised (though it may still work).
wq.core 1.0.0 is finally here! This is the first stable release of wq.core 1.0, which is now ready for production use.
Changes since wq.core 1.0.0 beta
- New internal command to generate documentation for all registered CLI commands (wq/wq#17). The documentation is online at https://wq.io/docs/wq.
Other changes since wq.core 0.8.1
wq.core 1.0.0b1 is the beta of the upcoming 1.0 version of wq.core. The main update is the incorporation of the
wq versions command (which was previously part of wq.start).
wq.core 1.0.0a1 is an alpha release of the upcoming 1.0 version of
wq.core. The main update is a warning when other core modules are not installed (#1).
Initial release of the
wq command line tool as a separate package from wq.app.
Note: If you are upgrading an existing wq.app installation, we recommend uninstalling and re-installing wq.app. If you don't do this, the upgrade will likely install wq.core before upgrading wq.app, which will cause the new wq executable to be wiped out while uninstalling the old wq.app. If this happens, you may see an error like the following:
bash: /usr/local/bin/wq: No such file or directory. The fix is to uninstall both wq.core and wq.app and then install wq.app again.