I know that 2.4 is coming, but I needed new functionality and some upgrades in numpy, scipy. I upgraded and have found no issues so far, but I was wondering if the alpha/beta team is using the new releases with it and whether anything on the list raises a flag that I should watch out for.

Here is the conda update and the module changes

`(arcgispro-py3) C:\arc_pro\bin\Python\envs\arcgispro-py3>conda update numpy --no-pin`

Fetching package metadata .............

Solving package specifications: .

Package plan for installation in environment C:\arc_pro\bin\Python\envs\arcgispro-py3:

The following packages will be UPDATED:

icc_rt: 2018.0.2-arcgispro_0 esri [arcgispro] --> 2019.0.0-h0cc432a_1

mkl: 2018.0.3-arcgispro_0 esri [arcgispro] --> 2019.1-144

mkl_fft: 1.0.6-py36hdbbee80_0 --> 1.0.10-py36h14836fe_0

mkl_random: 1.0.1-py36h77b88f5_1 --> 1.0.2-py36h343c172_0

numexpr: 2.6.8-py36h9ef55f4_0 --> 2.6.9-py36hdce8814_0

numpy: 1.15.4-py36ha559c80_0 --> 1.16.2-py36h19fb1c0_0

numpy-base: 1.15.4-py36h8128ebf_0 --> 1.16.2-py36hc3f5095_0

scipy: 1.1.0-py36h4f6bf74_1 --> 1.2.1-py36h29ff71c_0

UPDATE

Upgrade documentation, the 1.16 series is the last to support python 2.7

numpy/doc/release at master · numpy/numpy · GitHub General

numpy/1.16.0-notes.rst at master · numpy/numpy · GitHub specific to 1.16. further 'dot' modifiers are bug fixes largely

Scipy dumps 2.7 after this release as well. Plus lots of improvements

Looks like a 'not' on my question

From here

https://anaconda.org/Esri/repo and specifically here https://anaconda.org/esri/ArcGISpro

Did a dry-run and got one new package (hdf5) and a bunch of downgrades.

This may not be the final version to be released prior to beta_2.4, but it will give you an idea I suppose

So make sure you at least keep a list of the packages you updated prior to doing an install of 2.4 when it is released for beta. In my case none of the packages I needed upgraded were done (numpy 1.16.2 and spyder 2.3.3 or 2.3.4 amongst a few). You will need to 'freshen up' your clone or the default env depending on how you install ArcGIS pro

Kory Kramer, I suspect everyone is too busy with 2.4 pre-release to add any comments