Release date: 4 June 2022
Supports Python 3.8, 3.9, and 3.10.
NetworkX is a Python package for the creation, manipulation, and study of the structure, dynamics, and functions of complex networks.
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Minor documentation and bug fixes.
Bump release version
Update release process
added example to closeness.py (#5645)
Extract valid kwds from the function signature for draw_networkx_* (#5660)
Error out when pydot fails to correctly parse node names (#5667)
Remove redundant py2 numeric conversions (#5661)
Correcting a typo in the references (#5677)
Add workaround for pytest failures on 3.11-beta2 (#5680)
Moved random_spanning_tree to public API (#5656)
More tests for clustering (upstreaming from graphblas-algorithms) (#5673)
Remove unused logic in nonisomorphic_trees (#5682)
equitable_coloring: Get lazily first item instead of creating whole list (#5668)
Update subgraph views tests to pass with out of order execution (#5683)
Use isort with pre-commit to enforce import guidelines (#5659)
ignore isort commit from git blame (#5684)
Another catch by pytest-randomly (#5685)
Remove unused file from utils.test (#5687)
Update release requirements (#5690)
Update developer requirements (#5689)
Fix old release notes