Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1010041
RFE: python-pandas: Please update to latest stable
Last modified: 2015-01-11 11:24:54 EST
Description of problem:
I'm having problems with implicit re-indexing. I don't know that it is related to a specific bug fix, but several reindexing changes are mentioned in the change log since 0.10.0 (current Fedora package). Plus, several features are missing.
The latest release also includes better Python 3 support.
Looks like it's in Rawhide (Bug 1051637). Don't know if a backport is possible. (It might not be because of the API changes?)
I downloaded python-pandas-0.14.0-1.fc21.src.rpm from Rawhide and did
rpmbuild --rebuild python-pandas-0.14.0-1.fc21.src.rpm
So at least it compiles correctly. I have not yet tested it though. I am new to Python and wanted to test Pandas i Python3 :)
Pandas 0.14 is not backwards compatible, that's why is not updated in released versions. It could go to a copr repository
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This should be closed NEXTRELEASE, I think.
Done, thank you