Hi, I noticed that in the changelog for the latest (2.28.0) release of the datarobot package it says
However this does not appear to be true. At the time of that release the latest Pandas version was 1.4.1 and is now 1.4.2. Could the datarobot package be updated to include Pandas 1.4 in the constraint? I don't believe any backwards incompatible changes apply to datarobot's use of Pandas and this is blocking us from upgrading.
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Thought I'd follow up here. The newest stable version of datarobot 2.28.1 has the pandas constraint relaxed.
Hi Dylan! We're looking at relaxing the Pandas version constraint now. I'll update here if we're able to include this in the next release.
Thanks for the info @KyryloPerevozchykov . Is there any way datarobot would consider relaxing the Pandas version constraint in the next release? All of our other dependencies only provide a lower bound on their Pandas dependency (or just a * dependency). Having an upper bound, particularly one set to a specific minor version, makes it very difficult to manage.
Unfortunately, that is a mistake in a release notes. By the time the change was added into 2.28.0 bulk of change `1.3.x` version of pandas was a latest.
One of the workarounds would be to reinstall latest pandas after datarobot install.