[Numpy-discussion] ANN: Scipy 0.14.1 release

Pauli Virtanen pav at iki.fi
Tue Dec 30 15:23:34 EST 2014


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Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the Scipy 0.14.1 release.

The 0.14.1 release is a bugfix-only release, addressing the following
issues:

- - gh-3630 NetCDF reading results in a segfault
- - gh-3631 SuperLU object not working as expected for complex matrices
- - gh-3733 Segfault from map_coordinates
- - gh-3780 Segfault when using CSR/CSC matrix and uint32/uint64
- - gh-3781 Fix omitted types in sparsetools typemaps
- - gh-3802 0.14.0 API breakage: _gen generators are missing from
  scipy.stats.distributions API
- - gh-3805 Ndimge test failures with numpy 1.10
- - gh-3812 == sometimes wrong on csr_matrix
- - gh-3853 Many scipy.sparse test errors/failures with numpy 1.9.0b2
- - gh-4084 Fix exception declarations for Cython 0.21.1 compatibility
- - gh-4093 Avoid a memory error in splev(x, tck, der=k)
- - gh-4104 Workaround SGEMV segfault in Accelerate (maintenance 0.14.x)
- - gh-4143 Fix ndimage functions for large data
- - gh-4149 Bug in expm for integer arrays
- - gh-4154 Ensure that the 'size' argument of PIL's 'resize' method is a
  tuple
- - gh-4163 ZeroDivisionError in scipy.sparse.linalg.lsqr
- - gh-4164 Remove use of deprecated numpy API in lib/lapack/ f2py wrapper
- - gh-4180 PIL resize support tuple fix
- - gh-4168 Address arpack test failures on windows 32 bits with numpy
  1.9.1
- - gh-4203 Sparse matrix multiplication in 0.14.x slower compared to
  0.13.x
- - gh-4218 Make ndimage interpolation compatible with numpy relaxed
  strides
- - gh-4225 Off-by-one error in PPoly shape checks
- - gh-4248 Fix issue with incorrect use of closure for slsqp

Source tarballs and binaries are available at
https://sourceforge.net/projects/scipy/files/SciPy/0.14.1/

Best regards,
Pauli Virtanen
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