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Version 0.8.1 of jug

Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, including for compatibility with new versions of external packages (ipython and redis). Input/Output of very large files is now improved so that it potentially uses much less intermediate memory. Unit tests were added to the distribution. A non-compatible change is that numpy arrays are now hashed differently. However, the new method is much, much better (faster and uses less memory); so it was worth breaking compatibility.

Other releases

  •  19 Feb 2014 23:31

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It fixes save/load of numpy subclasses, redis URL parsing, and correct handling of the case where sqlite3 is not available. Also included is support for newer versions of Ipython.

  •  10 Aug 2013 16:02

Release Notes: This release adds provenance tracking. jug is now able to output metadata on the computation results (including all dependencies).

  •  30 May 2013 01:10

Release Notes: This version adds Python 3 support and a debug mode (in which execution is slower, as jug executes more checks for possible bugs in the user's script).

  •  15 Apr 2013 12:31

Release Notes: This release includes use of Ipython debugger (by Alex Ford), faster Tasklets and unloading, better error messages, and the new currymap function.

  •  02 Dec 2012 18:57

Release Notes: This version fixes a few bugs with caching of status and CompoundTasks. Jug now works correctly on new versions of Python (with the random hash fix). This version adds --cache --clear suboption to status and regular expression support to invalidate.

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