What’s New in Scenic¶
This page describes what new features have been added in each version of Scenic, as well as any syntax changes which break backwards compatibility.
Scenic uses semantic versioning, so a program written for Scenic 2.1 should also work in Scenic 2.5, but not necessarily in Scenic 3.0.
You can run
scenic --version to see which version of Scenic you are using.
The Scenic 2.x series is a major new version of Scenic which adds native support for dynamic scenarios, scenario composition, and more.
Backwards-incompatible syntax changes:
The interval notation
(low, high)for uniform distributions has been removed: use
Range(low, high)instead. As a result of this change, the usual Python syntax for tuples is now legal in Scenic.
Object, measuring its extent along the Y axis, has been renamed
lengthto better match its intended use. The name
heightwill be used again in a future version of Scenic with native support for 3D geometry.
Major new features:
Minor new features:
Operators and specifiers which take vectors as arguments will now accept tuples and lists of length 2; for example, you can write
Object at (1, 2). The old syntax
Object at 1@2is still supported.