We have now released version 1.9 of wradlib.
This version contains several bugfixes and some enhancements. For our Continuous Integration we’ve moved to
micromamba which speeds up creation of Python environments.
Now, these are the most important changes:
- make wradlib.io capable of consuming file-like objects
- read truncated RADOLAN composites
- use micromamba on CI to save CI time
- add Python 3.9 builds to all CI
- add capability to decode old DX header
- simplify dimension angle handling ODIM/GAMIC
- adapt to new string handling in h5py >= 3.0
We like to thank all our contributors and all community members who ask questions and provide feedback on the various channels. Your contributions are very much appreciated.
For a complete list of changes refer to the wradlib repository.
As all new enhancements and additions might introduce regressions, please report any issues you experience.