[Numpy-discussion] [REL] Matplotlib 3.0.0
tcaswell at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 10:03:12 EDT 2018
A small update, when I uploaded the wheels yesterday I only uploaded about
half of them  and did not check my work carefully enough. This has been
rectified, sorry to everyone who had installs fail his morning.
 I downoladed one of the wheels from http://wheels.scipy.org/ twice, the
browser helpfully added (1) to the name, when I when to upload everything
twine got half way through and failed out on that file. I thought it had
done everything else, but it had actually only done everything up to that
On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 8:43 PM Thomas Caswell <tcaswell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Happy to announce Matplotlib 3.0.0!
> This is the first version of Matplotlib to only support Python 3.
> If you need Python 2.7 support the 2.2.x LTS series will continue to
> receive critical bug-fixes until 2020.
> Highlights of this release include:
> - GUI backend is selected at run-time based on what toolkits are
> installed. A GUI toolkit will not be selected on a headless
> - New cyclic color map *twilight*
> - Improvements to automatic layout of titles, ticks, and GridSpec
> - Many bug fixes!
> For the full details see https://matplotlib.org/users/whats_new.html
> and https://matplotlib.org/api/api_changes.html for whats new and API
> changes respectively.
> For packagers: Matplotlib no longer depends on six or pytz.
> A big thank you to everyone who worked on this release in terms of commits
> (~130 people have commits), reporting issues, and review.
> I expect there to be a v3.0.1 release in the next month or so.
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