Apologies - the .tar.gz source archive of astLib 0.8.0 distributed previously on sourceforge.net and in PyPI was missing the updated wcssubs routines. This has now been corrected.
Version 0.8.0 of astLib has been released.
This release is a minor update that fixes some bugs and avoids the use of features that are deprecated in recent versions of pyfits and matplotlib. For details, please refer to the change log and updated API documentation.
Version 0.7.0 of astLib has been released.
This release includes support for python 3 (tested on version 3.2.3), some bug fixes, and a couple of new routines here and there. For details, please refer to the change log and updated API documentation.
Version 0.6.1 of astLib has been released.
This release fixes the bug where importing a single astLib module also triggered the undesired import of the other modules and their dependencies. So now importing only the astWCS module will not trigger importing matplotlib, for example. Otherwise, this version is identical to 0.6.0.
Version 0.6.0 of astLib has been released.
Version 0.5.0 of astLib has been released.
Version 0.4.0 of astLib has been released.
This release adds new code for fitting Spectral Energy Distributions (SEDs) using stellar population models in the astSED module, plus several other new features. A major bug that previously prevented the astPlots.ImagePlot class from working under python 2.6 is also fixed in this release.
Version 0.3.2 of astLib has been released.
This release provides a number of bug fixes (including a long overdue fix to handle image headers with HIERARCH keywords), plus some minor enhancements.
Version 0.3.1 of astLib has been released.
This release fixes several bugs and adds a couple of new features.
astLib version 0.3.0 has been released.
The major additions in this release are a new module for calculating colours and magnitudes from spectral energy distributions (astSED), and the new ImagePlot class. Several new functions, bug fixes, and enhancements have also been added across the existing modules.