0.12.9 (Sep 2017)¶
0.12.9 is an incremental update that adds a few important
features and fixes several bugs. Some of the highlights include:
- JupyterLab integration with the jupyterlab_bokeh extension
- Efficient binary transport for sending arrays to clients
- Improvements to new Graph/Network capability
Many other small bugfixes and docs additions. For full details see the CHANGELOG.
NOTE: the 0.12.x series is the last planned release series before a version 1.0 release. For more information see the project roadmap.
bokeh.charts support removed¶
bokeh.charts module, which was simply a compatibility shim to load the
bkcharts package, has been removed. Additionally, Bokeh itself no
bkcharts as a dependency. In order to continue using
bkcharts code, the
bkcharts package must be installed separately.
Deprecated MPL compatibility removed¶
bokeh.mpl module and all supporting code in
been removed. Bokeh no longer offers or attempts any automatic MPL conversion.
Table Date Formatter Changes¶
A regression in
0.12.7 caused the
DateFormatter to stop functioning.
The problem has been fixed, however instead of the previously accepted JQuery
style formats, the``format`` property now only accepts
standard strftime format strings (making it consistent with
any of the following additional predefined formats names:
Format name(s) Format string Example Output
"%a, %d %b %Y"
Sat, 01 Mar 2014
"%a, %e %b %Y"
Sat, 1 Mar 2014
"%a, %e %b %y"
Sat, 1 Mar 14
(ms since epoch) 1393632000000
Note that the previously available format name
TICKSis no longer supported.
Old Testing Functions Removed¶
bokeh.util.testing.runtests have been
removed immediately. Tests should be run as described in the testing section
of the Developer’s Guide.
bokeh.util.testing.print_versions has been removed
bokeh info command (or
python -m bokeh info) should be
bokeh.document packages were refactored, to make
maintenance and testing simpler, and to improve overall code quality. No
commonly used or demonstrated public APIs were affected, (no example code
required any changes). The other files that were moved or changed are not
expected to impact user code.
End of Official Support for Python 3.4¶
Starting with this release, Bokeh is no longer continuously tested against Python 3.4. Use of Bokeh with Python 3.4 will very likely still work, but there are no longer any guarantees backed by CI testing.