Ensaio version compatibility¶
Ensaio uses semantic versioning (i.e.,
Major releases mean that backwards incompatible changes were made. Upgrading will require users to change their code.
Minor releases add new features/data without changing existing functionality. Users can upgrade minor versions without changing their code.
Bug fix releases fix errors in a previous release without adding new functionality. Users can upgrade minor versions without changing their code.
We aim for Ensaio to be backwards compatible whenever possible and will make major releases sparingly and with ample warning.
Source data releases¶
New releases of Ensaio will tend to accompany releases of new datasets or new versions of existing data in the Fatiando a Terra Datasets collection.
Older versions of each dataset will still remain available (as much as
possible) and can be accessed by setting the
version argument of the
fetch_* functions accordingly.
This means that upgrading Ensaio should almost always be safe.
Documentation using version
1 of a dataset will still use the same data
(and hopefully produce the same results) after version
2 is included in
See Using Ensaio in your project for more tips and tricks.
Python version compatibility¶
If you require support for older Python versions, please pin Ensaio to the following releases to ensure compatibility:
Last compatible release