[Numpy-discussion] NumPy beta release plan
Charles R Harris
charlesr.harris at gmail.com
Sat Jul 8 14:36:23 CDT 2006
Are you going to make a development branch so other things can continue
going into Numpy until the 1.0 release?
On 7/8/06, Darren Dale <dd55 at cornell.edu> wrote:
> On Saturday 08 July 2006 4:04 am, Stephan Tolksdorf wrote:
> > Hi Travis,
> > thanks for putting all the effort into NumPy.
> > > Unless there is a serious issue pointed out, the only thing that
> > > be changed at this point are bug-fixes, documentation strings, and
> > > tests. Once 1.0b1 is released nothing but those things can be added.
> > The beginning of the beta phase might also be the best time to address
> > the most severe NumPy.distutils issues, so that all changes can be
> > extensively tested during the beta:
> The number of people in my lab using numpy/scipy/matplotlib is starting to
> increase. Last week I was trying to get a couple of graduate students set
> They were using MacOS X 10.4 with gcc3.3, and we were never successful in
> getting numpy to build. I think the problem was the same as reported at
> http://mail.python.org/pipermail/pythonmac-sig/2006-March/016703.html. We
> ended up getting things installed by installing scipy with fink.
> > - warning messages are only shown if compilation fails (NumPy should
> > build warning free)
> One of the guys I was working with tried installing every compiler out
> to get rid of all the compiler not found messages that were reported
> the attempted numpy builds. I guess he thought these messages were
> errors, since they are rendered in red lettering.
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