Wing 8.1 adds Delete Symbol and Rename Current Module refactoring
operations, improves some aspects of type analysis, fixes occasional
failure to detect Python Path, fixes starting the remote agent in some
cases, corrects exception reports from Django templates, supports pip
21.3+ in the Packages tool, and makes several other improvements.
== About Wing ==
Wing is a light-weight but full-featured Python IDE designed
specifically for Python, with powerful editing, code inspection,
testing, and debugging capabilities. Wing's deep code analysis provides
auto-completion, auto-editing, and refactoring that speed up
development. Its top notch debugger works with any Python code, locally
or on a remote host, container, or cluster. Wing also supports
test-driven development, version control, UI color and layout
customization, and includes extensive documentation and support.
Wing is available in three product levels: Wing Pro is the
full-featured Python IDE for professional developers, Wing Personal is a
free Python IDE for students and hobbyists (omits some features), and
Wing 101 is a very simplified free Python IDE for beginners (omits many
Learn more at https://wingware.com/
On behalf of the NumPy team I am pleased to announce the release of NumPy
1.21.3. NumPy 1.21.3 is a maintenance release that fixes a few bugs
discovered after the 1.21.2 release. It also provides 64 bit Python 3.10.0
wheels. Note a few oddities about the Python 3.10 wheels:
- There are no 32 bit wheels for Windows, Mac, or Linux.
- The Mac Intel builds are only available in universal2 wheels.
The Python versions supported in this release are 3.7-3.10. If you want to
compile your own version using gcc-11 you will need to use gcc-11.2+ to
avoid problems. Wheels can be downloaded from PyPI
<https://pypi.org/project/numpy/1.21.3/>; source archives, release notes,
and wheel hashes are available on Github
<https://github.com/numpy/numpy/releases/tag/v1.21.3>. Linux users will
need pip >= 0.19.3 in order to install manylinux2010 and manylinux2014
wheels. A recent version of pip is needed to install the universal2
A total of 7 people contributed to this release. People with a "+" by their
names contributed a patch for the first time.
- Aaron Meurer
- Bas van Beek
- Charles Harris
- Developer-Ecosystem-Engineering +
- Kevin Sheppard
- Sebastian Berg
- Warren Weckesser
*Pull requests merged*
A total of 8 pull requests were merged for this release.
- #19745: ENH: Add dtype-support to 3 ```generic``/``ndarray`` methods
- #19955: BUG: Resolve Divide by Zero on Apple silicon + test failures...
- #19958: MAINT: Mark type-check-only ufunc subclasses as ufunc
- #19994: BUG: np.tan(np.inf) test failure
- #20080: BUG: Correct incorrect advance in PCG with emulated int128
- #20081: BUG: Fix NaT handling in the PyArray_CompareFunc for
- #20082: DOC: Ensure that we add documentation also as to the dict
- #20106: BUG: core: result_type(0, np.timedelta64(4)) would seg. fault.
PyScripter is a free and open-source Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) created with the ambition to become competitive in functionality with commercial Windows-based IDEs available for other languages. It is feature-rich, but also light-weight.
- Implementation of the Language Server Protocol
- Python language support provided by the Jedi language server
- Two new styles added Windows11_Light and Windows11_Dark
- Copy and paste code as html to Powerpoint and other applications
- Removed support for python 3.3-3.5
- Read only indicator on tabs
- Added traditional Chinese translation
- #939, #951, #1116, #1118, #1119, #1122, #1123, #1125, #1129, #1133
Project home: https://github.com/pyscripter/pyscripter/
I am happy to announce Guppy 3 3.1.2
Guppy 3 is a library and programming environment for Python,
currently providing in particular the Heapy subsystem, which supports
object and heap memory sizing, profiling and debugging. It also
includes a prototypical specification language, the Guppy
Specification Language (GSL), which can be used to formally specify
aspects of Python programs and generate tests and documentation from a
Guppy 3 is a fork of Guppy-PE, created by Sverker Nilsson for Python 2.
This release adds support for Python 3.10, thanks to smn-3-14.
The project homepage is on GitHub:
We are excited to announce the new EuroPython Society Fellow Grant.
The grant is intended to honor and show gratitude towards members of the
EuroPython Society (EPS) and the EuroPython Workgroups who have
contributed significantly towards our mission, the EuroPython conference
and the Society as an organization.
EuroPython Fellows are eligible to a lifetime free attendance of the
EuroPython conference and will be listed on our EuroPython Society
Fellow Grant page.
The EuroPython Board will decide on new Fellowships based on nominations
by the EPS members and its own deliberations.
Our first Fellows
To launch the grant, the current board has decided to make all board
members since 2012 who have served at least two terms and are not
members of the current board EuroPython Fellows:
- Alexander Hendorf
- Alexandre Manhaes Savio
- Anthon van der Neut
- Borja Ayerdi
- Christian Calogero Barra
- Darya Chyzhyk
- Fabio Pliger
- Jacob Hallén
- Vicky Twomey-Lee
In our last board call, we added two additional Fellows:
- Laura Creighton (2021)
- Oier Etxaniz Beneitez (2021, posthumously)
The board will announce more Fellows in the coming weeks. If you are an
EPS member and want to nominate another member as a Fellow, please write
to board(a)europython.eu and include the reasons why you believe the
member should become a Fellow.
The EPS Board would like to congratulate all of the above Fellows and
thank them for their tireless work towards our goals.
Help spread the word
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