SunPy 0.7 has arrived! This release is a culmination of about 10 months of work from 27 different people. This release brings many changes, the highlights are:
Python 3.4 and 3.5 support. This is the first version of SunPy to support Python 3, we recommend that users start to consider moving to Python 3, please report any issues you may have.
New coordinate framework. The new
sunpy.coordinatesmodule provides a high-level interface to converting between different physical coordinate systems such as Helioprojective and Heliographic.
Support for masks in SunPy
For this version of SunPy we have started building our conda packages on the excellent conda forge service.
This means you need to add the conda-forge channel to your conda installation.
If you have never installed SunPy before we recommend you follow our installation instruction.
If you are upgrading from a previous release run the following two commands if you installed via
conda config --add channels conda-forge conda upgrade sunpy
If you installed via
pip then you can upgrade with:
pip install -U sunpy
The following excellent people contributed to SunPy 0.7 (a * indicates their first contribution):
Stuart Mumford Pritish Chakraborty Steven Christe Jack Ireland Brigitta Sipocz David Perez-Suarez Punyaslok Pattnaik * Michael S Kirk * Andrew Leonard Alex Hamilton Andrew Inglis Daniel Ryan Sally Dacie * Sanskar Modi * Albert Y. Shih Erik M. Bray Larry Manley Priyank Lodha * Nabil Freij Ankit * Igor Babuschkin * Ole Streicher * Simon Liedtke Sudarshan Konge * Tessa D. Wilkinson * Thomas Robitaille yasintoda *
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