[Neuroimaging] ANN: NiBabel 3.0.2
matthew.brett at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 10:35:08 EDT 2020
Thanks much, as ever.
On Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 2:28 PM Christopher Markiewicz
<markiewicz at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just a quick note that NiBabel 3.0.2 is out. NiBabel 3.0.1 (which I failed to announce) and 3.0.2 are very minor bug fix releases that should mostly affect developers and package maintainers, and users should see no particular benefit to upgrading. Users that have h5py installed but are not using MINC2 should see a slightly reduced import time, thanks to Yarik.
> The next planned release is a feature release (3.1.0), with an estimated release time in a month or so.
> NiBabel can be cited via its Zenodo archives: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3701467
> Full changelog follows.
> Most work on NiBabel so far has been by Matthew Brett (MB), Chris Markiewicz
> (CM), Michael Hanke (MH), Marc-Alexandre Côté (MC), Ben Cipollini (BC), Paul
> McCarthy (PM), Chris Cheng (CC), Yaroslav Halchenko (YOH), Satra Ghosh (SG),
> Eric Larson (EL), Demian Wassermann, and Stephan Gerhard.
> References like "pr/298" refer to github pull request numbers.
> 3.0.2 (Monday 9 March 2020)
> Bug fixes
> * Attempt to find versioneer version when building docs (pr/894) (CM)
> * Delay import of h5py until neded (backport of pr/889) (YOH, reviewed by CM)
> * Fix typo in documentation (backport of pr/893) (Zvi Baratz, reviewed by CM)
> * Set minimum matplotlib to 1.5.3 to ensure wheels are available on all
> supported Python versions. (backport of pr/887) (CM)
> * Remove ``pyproject.toml`` for now. (issue/859) (CM)
> Chris Markiewicz
> Center for Reproducible Neuroscience
> Stanford University
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