0.3.1 (2022-03-21)

  • Improvement sofar.read: Files with unknown Convention versions can now be read by updating to the latest or a specific version.

  • Improvement sofar.read: Reporting custom variables when reading SOFA files from disk is now optional and no longer a warning.

  • Improvement Sofa.inspect: SOFA objects that violate the SOFA convention can now be inspected. In this case, the violations are printed as message instead of raising an Error.

  • Improvement Sofa.verify: SOFA objects can now be verified without any output in case the output is not desired when calling Sofa.inspect.

0.3.0 (2022_03_02)

  • Feature: Add sofar.inspect function to get a quicker and better overview of the data inside a SOFA object

  • Documentation: Add example of plotting HRIRs/HRTFs on the horizontal plane using pyfar>=0.4.0

0.2.0 (2022_02_14)

  • Feature: Add Sofa.delete function to delete optional variables and attributes from SOFA objects

  • Bugfix: sofar.read_sofa added data with default values from the SOFA convention even if the data were not contained in the SOFA-files. This is now fixed.

  • Bugfix: N:LongName (attribute for SOFA conventions of Type TF, TF-E and TFE) is now optional as defined in AES69-2020.

  • Improvement: Do not change time stamp of SOFA files in sofar.read_sofa

  • Improvement: Multi-unit strings, e.g., ‘degree, degree, meter’ can now also be separated by spaces or commas only, e.g., ‘degree degree,meter’ as suggested by AES69-2020 (Issue #21)

  • Improvement: Add testing for creating, writing, and reading Sofa files containing only mandatory data.

0.1.4 (2021-12-03)

  • Bugfix: Patch for correctly creating Sofa objects if the path to sofar contains underscores ‘_’

0.1.3 (2021-11-19)

  • Testing: Add missing dependency to setup.py

  • Testing: Only test wheel during CI

0.1.2 (2021-11-18)

  • Bugfix: Patch for correctly loading SOFA files with custom data

0.1.1 (2021-11-12)

  • Documentation: Add examples for using pyfar to work with sofar and SOFA files

0.1.0 (2021-10-29)

  • First release on PyPI