There are serious known bugs in this release. We're working to resolve them and a 3.2.2 will follow as soon as possible.
🚀 Issues resolved in this release - see v3.2.1 milestone :
- Empty cells are filled by the first column name - v3.2.0 #594
- High memory usage while creating a xlsx file and xlsx.UseDiskVCellStore not working #596
- 🛠 Fixes internal links #620
- Combine cells in the same sheet and set the droplist. Excel is damaged #610
🚀 This release was requested as people are waiting on some of the bug fixes. All outstanding bugs for the milestone have been pushed onto the v3.3.0 milestone instead.
🚀 This release comprises the following changes:
- The addition of
Row.GetCoordinate()functions that fix issue #586 .
- 👍 #581 allows the
Row.WriteSlicemethod to accept slices as a target instead of just pointers to slices (the old behaviour is still supported).
- 💅 #582 polishes some code a little but has no external effects.
- The addition of
🔖 Version 3.0.0 of the xlsx library fixes a significant number of issues, but breaks backwards compatibility in order to do so. For a full list of changes see the milestone.
0️⃣ You can now optionally pass the
UseDiskVCellStoreoperation to all methods that open, or create an
xlsx.File. Selecting this option will result in much lower memory usage when handling large sheets, but will run slightly slower than the default in-memory cell store backend.
🚚 Streaming support removed
If you were previously using the
StreamFileBuilderyou should use V2 of this library of earlier.
You can indicate that you'd like to
Whoops, forgot to do a proper v2 module definition.
🚀 This release breaks an important, but bad, assumption that there should be a 1-to-1 mapping between the cells in a sheet and the column definitions. This model simplified the development of the original library a little, but it defeats the purpose of the
coldefinitions (to apply stylistic information over ranges of columns).
🛠 Numerous other fixes have been included. For a full list of changes look here: https://github.com/tealeg/xlsx/milestone/5?closed=1
v1.2December 03, 2013