ElasticUtils v0.7 released!

Note: This is an old post in a blog with a lot of posts. The world has changed, technologies have changed, and I've changed. It's likely this is out of date and not representative. Let me know if you think this is something that needs updating.

What is it?

ElasticUtils is a Python library for building and executing Elasticsearch searches.

v0.7 released!

Turns out I haven't announced an ElasticUtils release since August 2012. Why? Partially because up until now, I always had deep-seated problems with ElasticUtils and wasn't excited about announcing yet another version with things I disliked in it.

I feel really good about v0.7 for a variety of reasons. Let me tell you some of them:

  1. We switched from pyes to pyelasticsearch. I'm really happy with this.

  2. There was a monumental effort to fix sharp edges in the API, generalize bits that needed generalizing, improve the quality of the software, improve the test suite, improve the docs, ...

    Doing a git diff --stat tells me:

    65 files changed, 6164 insertions(+), 2716 deletions(-)

    That's a lot of change for a small project like this.

If you're using ElasticUtils, I highly encourage you to update to v0.7. We're using it on Input and Support already.

For the complete list of what's new, What's new in Version 0.7.

Many thanks to everyone who helped out: Erik Rose, Jannis Leidel, Rob Hudson, Steve Ivy, Will Kahn-Greene (oh, that's me!), Chris McDonald, Ricky Rosario, James Socol, Giorgos Logiotatidis, Mike Cooper, Grégoire Vigneron, Chris Sinchok and Brandon Adams.

If you have any questions, let us know! We hang out on #elasticutils on irc.mozilla.org.

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