[Numpy-discussion] Inplace reshape
Mon Apr 23 19:05:17 CDT 2007
Keith Goodman wrote:
> At the moment numpy.reshape and array.reshape have different doc
> strings (I'm using numpy 1.0.2.dev3546). The one I pasted is from
And I see from there:
numpy.ndarray.reshape() is the equivalent method.
so it looks like they are the same thing. On the other hand, I *think*
that some of the ndarray methods are slightly different, but the
functions have been retained with the old functionality for backward
compatibility reasons. However, it looks like ndarray.reshape() is
behaving like the docstring for numpy.reshape(), so there is a bug of
some sort (probably a doc bug).
if numpy.reshape() is delegating to ndarray.reshape() couldn't they
share docstrings somehow?
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