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update pandas to 1.0.2
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Authored by hashhsah on Mar 17 2020, 1:54 PM.

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Update pandas to 1.0.2. This is a major release from the 0.24 series, and contains hundreds of changes. A large number of previously deprecated APIs are now removed. A complete changelog can be found at https://pandas.pydata.org/docs/whatsnew/v1.0.2.html.

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import pandas, load dataframes from an .hdf file, read/write a dataframe.

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hashhsah created this revision.Mar 17 2020, 1:54 PM
hashhsah requested review of this revision.Mar 17 2020, 1:54 PM

So are we going to be formally deprecating spyder given this is dropping python2 support? I've talked about this with @joebonrichie before when it comes to just upgrading a bunch of python packages and just saying au revoir to all the python2 support, but I just want to know from people that may actually use spyder like @EP01.

I'd appreciate an answer from the folks here that use spyder. The end of Python 2 is nigh.

JoshStrobl accepted this revision.Mon, Jun 22, 6:20 PM
JoshStrobl added a subscriber: kyrios123.

Right, I'm deprecating spyder (python 2). I was kinda hoping / expecting a response from those that actually use it, but not really getting that and I don't like this sitting in the queue. python2 is EOL and while I understand the scientific community can run at a snail's base, I don't think it's reasonable for folks to have to maintain massive amounts of python packages and validate both versions, especially when many of those python packages would have to be held back due to rightfully dropping support for python 2.x.

@joebonrichie @kyrios123 Feel free to start nuking python2 support from any packages that both spyder and spyder3.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Mon, Jun 22, 6:20 PM
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