[IPython-dev] [ANN] IPython 0.13 is officially out!
Sat Jun 30 12:05:06 CDT 2012
On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Matthew Brett <email@example.com> wrote:
> Congratulations to all. It has been a real inspiration to watch y'all
> work together, and it's a great achievement.
Thanks, Matthew! Kind words much appreciated after all this work.
Pretty fried right now, but no rest for the wicked: 3 PRs already
merged for 0.14 :)
BTW, not that he needs any more praise, but I really want to thank Min
publicly: we wouldn't have done this in time for the Debian cutoff if
he hadn't pulled all the stops this week. I've been a bit sick and
Min stepped in very hard to finish things off, and yesterday joined me
for a continuous noon-2am push to get this thing done.
And again, thanks to everyone else for all the recent review work and
polish PRs: we caught a ton of small but important bugs in the last 10
days or so, making this a really nice release.
I'm glad we got 0.13 into Debian, as it's a really much more solid
release than 0.12.1 in terms of features, and we'll work with Julian
Taylor to craft a polish 0.13.1 release that smooths any rough edges
left but is acceptable for inclusion in Debian in a month or two.
Now, back to work!
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