[Neuroimaging] ANN: nibabel 2.4.1
elef at indiana.edu
Tue May 28 17:32:01 EDT 2019
Super! Thank you all! :)
On Tue, May 28, 2019 at 5:18 PM Matthew Brett <matthew.brett at gmail.com>
> On Tue, May 28, 2019 at 3:10 PM Christopher Markiewicz
> <markiewicz at stanford.edu> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Just a quick announcement that nibabel has a new bug-fix release,
> version 2.4.1. The next anticipated release will be 2.5.0, targeted for
> July, and 2.5.x will be the last of the Python 2-compatible series, with
> bug-fix-only support through the *end* of 2020.
> > Probably the highest-impact change in 2.4.1 is that all DataobjImages
> accept the `mmap` keyword argument on a best-effort basis, so
> `nibabel.load(fname, mmap=False)` will now succeed for all but GIFTI
> images. Additionally, GIFTI data arrays are editable again with recent
> numpy, and FreeSurfer annotation files can be written more reliably.
> > For a (probably) very small set of users, the `keep_file_open` parameter
> and `nibabel.arrayproxy.KEEP_FILE_OPEN_DEFAULT` will now raise warnings if
> set to 'auto'. This was scheduled to happen at 2.4.0, but we missed it.
> > Thanks very much to new contributors Egor Pafilov and Jath
> Palasubramaniam, as well as Richard Nemec and Dave Allured who helped
> diagnose and provide fixes to some deeply non-obvious bugs.
> Great - thanks very much for this. Thanks too, to Egor, Jath, Richard and
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