A new version of Lighthive is pushed to the Python package index with the tag
0.2.5. As usual,
pip install lighthive --upgrade is enough to get the latest version.
The biggest change in this release is an HF24 check for the default chain ID. This is a temporary (nothing is temporary) measure to make sure the HF24 takes place seamlessly.
As it can be observed in the PR, the check happens in the instantiation time of the
Client object, so every instance means an extra call to
database_api.get_versionuntil this temporary check removed. This makes instances expensive, so, be careful if you're spamming Client instances in your codebase.
Update: I've updated the logic to auto switch. It's more robust. Just make sure you have at least 0.2.5.