[Numpy-discussion] NumPy 1.0 release-candidate 1.0 this weekend
oliphant.travis at ieee.org
Wed Sep 13 22:40:59 CDT 2006
Charles R Harris wrote:
> On 9/13/06, *Travis Oliphant* <oliphant.travis at ieee.org
> <mailto:oliphant.travis at ieee.org>> wrote:
> I'd like to make the first release-candidate of NumPy 1.0 this
> Any additions wanting to make the first official release candidate
> should be checked in by then.
> There are a few cleanups and added functionality I have in mind but
> nothing that would affect the release. Do you plan to keep the 1.0
> release as is with only added fixes and then make a 1.1 release not
> too long after that contains additions, or are you thinking that
> modifications that don't affect the API should all go into 1.0.x or
> some such?
The plan is for 1.0.x to contain modifications that don't affect the API
(good additions should be O.K.). We want extensions compiled against
1.0.x to work for a long time. The 1.1 release won't be for at least a
year and probably longer.
1.0.1 would be a maintenance release of the 1.0 release.
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