Hi folks, and sorry for the double posting if any,
It's my pleasure to share with you the 0.9.6 release of Pythran, code-named talar-tro .
Pythran is a compiler for numerical kernels written in Python. It doesn't require much type information and its inputs are 100% compatible with the Python interpreter (but the other way around is not true!)
More than 6 months have passed since last revision, so the changelog is a bit dense , but basically, that's the first release that only supports Python3 , I made quite a lot of changes in the expression engine and it comes with more supported numpy stuff, hopefully less bugs etc.
As usual, it's available on Pypi, conda-forge and github :-)
 https://br.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talar-tro  https://pythran.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Changelog.html  Is that even a feature?