Last friday of the month, IPython 7.23 was released recently, and is now available on PyPI, soon on conda-forge; thanks in advance to Nick Bollweg for responding to the conda bots and taking care of all the conda-forge related matters, and many thanks to MrMino who joined us last month and has done a fantastic job responding to user and triaging issues.
IPython now depends on
matplotlib-inline which extract the inline-backend specific functionalities; it should auto install and is available on conda-forge, but is something to keep in mind if you are managing recipes or distribution packages
You can read more about what is new here.
You can (should) upgrade with pip:
pip install ipython --upgrade
And if you are using conda, once available on conda-forge:
conda upgrade ipython
I might not be available the last friday for releases; so depending on number of changes we might either skip a month, or release a bit later.