Python SDK 3.0 Released

We have released new version 3.0.0 of our BlackPearl Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Python programming language. It is now available for download on GitHub. You can also view code documentation, code examples, and installation instructions on our Documentation page.

This new SDK is compatible with our current BlackPearl 3.0.1 release and allows access to all BlackPearl 3.0 API commands. Note that the previous version of the Python SDK (1.2.0) is also compatible with the current BlackPearl 3.0.1 release but does not give access to all API commands.

Significant code structure changes were made between the 1.2.0 and 3.0.0 release of the Python SDKs. If you will be upgrading an existing client from 1.2.0 to 3.0.0, you should read our Migration Guide, which describes the changes in more detail. We do not anticipate major code structure changes in the future.

The previous 1.x versions of the Python SDK required that that C SDK also be installed. This new 3.0.0 Python SDK is no longer dependent on the C SDK and therefore no longer requires that the C SDK be installed.

We call this 3.0.0 release a “Pre-Release” because, while it has been tested internally, it is not yet in use by any of our partners or customers.

With this SDK release, all four of our SDKs -- Python, C, Java, and .NET/C# -- are now up to date with BlackPearl 3.x code and support all BlackPearl API commands.

If you have any questions or run into any problems, please post your questions to our Forum.