How To Fix The Future [v0.3.0]
It's been a packed month of development for us thus far and it shows no sign of stopping. For starters we've entirely rebuilt the world, shifting landmarks around and reforming areas to reflect our evolving designs and understanding of the kingdom. The NPC count in the world has been significantly increased, so the villages and farms should feel less abandoned (this will increase yet again in future). These changes do mean that old saves will not work at all due to all world positions of NPCs having changed.
How To Fix The Future [v0.3.0]
Bast's Inquisitor now features all-new, post-defeat options for those players who don't want a violent finale to the confrontation (and one for those who want a more violent ending for the Cat-Worshipping Zealot). There will be more options to come in future, for her and other defeated mini-bosses.
#419: Connection setup is better pipelined, eliminating somenetwork round-trips. Most infrastructure is in place to support futureremoval of the final round-trips between a target booting and receivingfunction calls.
The MITOGEN_CPU_COUNT variable shards the connection multiplexer intoper-CPU workers. This may improve throughput for large runs involving filetransfer, and is required for future functionality. One multiplexer starts bydefault, to match existing behaviour.
In order to upgrade minor versions (e.g. v0.2.5 -> v0.3.0), you must upgrade one minor version at a time (e.g. v0.2.0 -> v0.3.0 -> v0.4.0).It is also necessary to upgrade to the latest patch version before upgrading to the next minor version.Therefore if you are running v0.2.5 and you want to upgrade to v0.3.0, you must first upgrade to v0.2.8 before upgrading to v0.3.0.
The SolrCloud CRD field Spec.solrAddressability.external.additionalDomains has been renamed to additionalDomainNames.In this release additionalDomains is still accepted, but all values will automatically be added to additionalDomainNames and the field will be set to nil by the operator.The additionalDomains option will be removed in a future version.
The SolrCloud CRD field Spec.solrAddressability.external.ingressTLSTerminationSecret has been moved to Spec.solrAddressability.external.ingressTLSTermination.tlsSecret.In this release ingressTLSTerminationSecret is still accepted, but all values will automatically be changed to ingressTLSTermination.tlsSecret and the original field will be set to nil by the operator.The ingressTLSTerminationSecret option will be removed in a future version.
This also means that if you specify a custom ingressClass via an annotation, you should change to use the SolrCloud.spec.customSolrKubeOptions.ingressOptions.ingressClassName instead.The ability to set the class through annotations is now deprecated in Kubernetes and will be removed in future versions.
SolrCloud.spec.solrPodPolicy has been DEPRECATED in favor of the SolrCloud.spec.customSolrKubeOptions.podOptions option.This option is backwards compatible, but will be removed in a future version (v0.3.0).
SolrPrometheusExporter.spec.solrPodPolicy has been DEPRECATED in favor of the SolrPrometheusExporter.spec.customKubeOptions.podOptions option.This option is backwards compatible, but will be removed in a future version (v0.3.0).
Most plotting functions now require all of their parameters to be specified using keyword arguments. To ease adaptation, code without keyword arguments will trigger a FutureWarning in v0.11. In a future release (v0.12 or v0.13, depending on release cadence), this will become an error. Once keyword arguments are fully enforced, the signature of the plotting functions will be reorganized to accept data as the first and only positional argument (#2052, #2081).
The code that processes input data has been refactored and enhanced. In v0.11, this new code takes effect for the relational and distribution modules; other modules will be refactored to use it in future releases (#2071).
Defaults Changed the default value for dropna to False in FacetGrid, PairGrid, JointGrid, and corresponding functions. As all or nearly all seaborn and matplotlib plotting functions handle missing data well, this option is no longer useful, but it causes problems in some edge cases. It may be deprecated in the future. (#2204).
We are excited to announce the release of MMSelfSup v1.0.0rc1.MMSelfSup v1.0.0rc1 is the first version of MMSelfSup 1.x, a part of the OpenMMLab 2.0 projects.The master branch is still 0.x version and we will checkout a new 1.x branch to release 1.x version. The two versions will be maintained simultaneously in the future.
The go command uses the go.sum file to ensure thatfuture downloads of these modules retrieve the same bitsas the first download,to ensure the modules your project depends ondo not change unexpectedly,whether for malicious, accidental, or other reasons.Both go.mod and go.sum should be checked into version control.
The golang.org/x/text package has been upgraded to the latest tagged version (v0.3.0).The go.mod file has been updated to specify v0.3.0 too.The indirect comment indicates a dependency is not used directlyby this module, only indirectly by other module dependencies.See go help modules for details.
We encourage you to start using modules in your local developmentand to add go.mod and go.sum files to your projects.To provide feedback and help shape the future of dependency management in Go,please send usbug reports or experience reports.
The first time you load the game it will have a very long loading screen to due Bannerlord's structure. It's also recommended that you click the "build shader cache" button on the main menu, which will take a while, to prevent future loading screens from taking ages.
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This is a list of all the update logs retaining to Loomian Legacy - Veils of Shadow in reverse chronological order. The logs have been aggregated from multiple official sources including Llama Train Studio's Discord server and Twitter account. Information regarding future content updates is listed in Upcoming Content.
python-future is the missing compatibility layer between Python 2 andPython 3. It allows you to use a single, clean Python 3.x-compatiblecodebase to support both Python 2 and Python 3 with minimal overhead.
It provides future and past packages with backports and forwardports of features from Python 3 and 2. It also comes with futurize andpasteurize, customized 2to3-based scripts that helps you to converteither Py2 or Py3 code easily to support both Python 2 and 3 in a singleclean Py3-style codebase, module by module.
Replacements for Py2's built-in functions and types are designed to be importedat the top of each Python module together with Python's built-in __future__statements. For example, this code behaves identically on Python 2.6/2.7 afterthese imports as it does on Python 3.3+:
python-future comes with two scripts called futurize andpasteurize to aid in making Python 2 code or Python 3 code compatible withboth platforms (Py2/3). It is based on 2to3 and uses fixers from lib2to3,lib3to2, and python-modernize, as well as custom fixers.
Notice that the above code will run on Python 3 even without the presence of thefuture package. Of the 44 standard library modules that were refactored withPEP 3108, 30 are supported with direct imports in this manner. (These are listedhere: Direct imports.)
The other 14 standard library modules that kept the same top-level names inPy3.x are not supported with this direct import interface on Py2. These includethe 5 modules in the Py3 urllib package. These modules are accessible throughthe following interface (as well as the interfaces offered in previous versionsof python-future):
This now causes these modules to be imported from future.moves, a newpackage that provides wrappers over the native Python 2 standard library withthe new Python 3 organization. As a consequence, the import hooks provided infuture.standard_library are now fully compatible with the Requests library.
Explicit installation of import hooks allows finer-grained controlover whether they are enabled for other imported modules that provide their ownPython 2/3 compatibility layer. This also improves compatibility of futurewith tools like py2exe.
There is a new future.types.newobject base class (available asfuture.builtins.object) that can streamline Py2/3 compatible code byproviding fallback Py2-compatible special methods for its subclasses. Itcurrently provides next() and __nonzero__() as fallback methods on Py2when its subclasses define the corresponding Py3-style __next__() and__bool__() methods.
The future.builtins.types module has been moved to future.types.Likewise, past.builtins.types has been moved to past.types. The onlyuser-visible effect of this is to change repr(type(obj)) for instancesof these types. For example:
The __exit__ function of the hooks context manager and theremove_hooks function both now remove submodules offuture.standard_library from the sys.modules cache. Therefore this codeis now possible on Python 2 and 3:
instead of just the first one. The next major version of future (0.12) willrequire the explicit call or use of the hooks context manager. This willallow finer-grained control over whether import hooks are enabled for otherimported modules, such as requests, which provide their own Python 2/3compatibility code.
The python-future project now provides a past package in addition to thefuture package. Whereas future provides improved compatibility withPython 3 code to Python 2, past provides support for using and interactingwith Python 2 code from Python 3. The structure reflects that of future,with past.builtins and past.utils. There is also a newpast.translation package that provides transparent translation of Python 2code to Python 3. (See below.) 041b061a72