Release Notes#


New Features#

  • Add Python 3.12 support.


New Features#

  • Handle web browser requests to the inspector server with problem ID missing by redirecting to the last problem show() was called for.

    Besides being practical, this mitigates issues in some environments/setups with URL rewriters/proxies dropping URL path and/or query.

Upgrade Notes#

  • Upgrade your python to 3.8+. We no longer support python 3.7 and below.


Upgrade Notes#

  • The .show() call does not return a RichDisplayURL anymore. Instead, we reverted to returning URL in a plain str. Jupyter viewer will display the inspector inline if possible, otherwise the URL is opened in a browser.

    To render the inspector URL inline in a Jupyter notebook cell, independently of the .show() call, you can do:

    url =
    from dwave.inspector.utils import RichDisplayURL

Bug Fixes#

  • Fix duplicated inline render of the Inspector in GUI Jupyter in case when the returned (rich URL) object is displayed in the same cell the was called. See #152


New Features#

  • Add support for jupyter-server-proxy. Inspector URL gets rewritten prior to opening/viewing according to external URL as defined by the new config environment variable: DWAVE_INSPECTOR_JUPYTER_SERVER_PROXY_EXTERNAL_URL. See #144

  • Add support for Python 3.11

  • Add support for dimod~=0.11.0 and dimod~=0.12.0

  • Add support for running the inspector behind a network proxy. Now users can register a URL rewriter specific to their environment using the inspectorapp_proxies entry point. See #141

  • Use relative API paths to enable app hosting on externally-configured paths (app#110). See #146.

  • Render inspector inline in Jupyter notebooks. See #109 and #133.

Upgrade Notes#

  • Drop Python 3.6 support

  • Drop dimod~=0.8.0 and dimod~=0.9.0 support

  • Custom viewer can now return False to signal a non-blocking show() behavior is desired. Previously the value returned was ignored by the caller.

  • Lower bound on Flask version is now 2.2.

Bug Fixes#

  • Improve error handling and display in dwave-inspectorapp (app#100)

  • Make show() non-blocking regardless of the block argument when no viewer manages to open the inspector page. See #139.

  • Upgraded JSON serialization to use Flask’s new DefaultJSONProvider (introduced in Flask 2.2). The “old” way is deprecated by Flask in 2.2, to be dropped in next minor release, 2.3.


New Features#

  • Add support for Zephyr topology.


New Features#

  • Add support for (serialization of) NumPy types used anywhere in the inspector data served from the Inspector web server (Flask app).

Bug Fixes#

  • Use of embeddings with NumPy types was not previously possible. Now it is, having #127 fixed.


New Features#

  • Support opening of external visualizer links when running in vscode-based Leap IDE’s Simple Browser (dwave-inspectorapp#97).



We began using Reno as a changelog tool after the release of 0.2.7. Content added before that release is not included. See releases for previous release notes.

New Features#

  • Begin using reno for changelog.

Bug Fixes#

  • Fix problem data construction in from_qmi_response adapter for quadratic biases given as dimod.TermsView (previous dimod.BQMView). See #123.

  • Tests fixed to work with the latest multi-region cloud-client and dwave-system (Ocean 4.2). See #120.