[yt-users] ANN: yt 3.3.5 released

Nathan Goldbaum nathan12343 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 09:48:52 PST 2017

We are proud to announce the release of yt 3.3.5!

yt (http://yt-project.org) is an open-source, community-developed toolkit
for analysis and visualization of volumetric data.

Version 3.3.5 is a regularly scheduled bugfix release including fixes for a
number of issues reported since the release of yt 3.3.4.  We urge all users
to update to the latest version.

If your python installation is managed via conda, update following:

$ conda update -c conda-forge yt

If your python installation is managed via pip, update following:

$ pip install -U yt

Finally, if you manage your yt installation by running out of a clone of
the yt mercurial repository, update following:

$ yt update

We would like to thank the following people for their contributions to this

Nathan Goldbaum

Kacper Kowalik

Andrew Myers

John ZuHone

A summary of changes in this release, along with a link to the pull request
implementing the changes follow below:

Fix for off-axis projections of multiple fields producing data only for the
first field (PR 2502

Don't attempt to parse inputs or probins files for generic BoxLib data (PR
2517 <https://bitbucket.org/yt_analysis/yt/pull-requests/2517>)

Fix C compilation warnings (PR 2519

Fix an error in the halos plot callback that was unintentionally introduced
on the stable branch while backporting another bugfix for yt 3.3.4 (PR 2520

Ensure transparent volume renderings can be composited (PR 2521

Allow user customization of the mean molecular weight via a field parameter
in the Gadget temperature field (PR 2523

Fix syntax error in code example in the documentation (PR 2524
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