[Numpy-discussion] I am volunteering to be the release manager for NumPy 184.108.40.206 and SciPy 0.5.2
Fri Aug 10 08:47:56 CDT 2007
I have access to one non-SSE (or at least non-SSE2) machine that I can test on.
I sort of championed this cause the last time this came up out of fear
that my students would have these problems. No one did. So, I don't
know how many non-SSE machines are really out there. This may not be
a big problem.
If we can support non-SSE machines without too much trouble or create
one windows binary that works for "everyone" without performance loss,
I am still willing to test.
On 8/9/07, David Cournapeau <email@example.com> wrote:
> Jarrod Millman wrote:
> > I volunteer to be the release manager for NumPy 220.127.116.11 and SciPy
> > 0.5.3. In order to actually get them both released I will obviously
> > need some help. But given the amount of work required and the number
> > of people who have offered to help, I believe this will be doable.
> > Given the extensive discussion about what is needed for these
> > releases, I am fairly confident that I know what needs to be done. I
> > will try to be very specific about what I will do and what I will need
> > help with. Basically, I am just rewriting the plan described by
> > Robert Kern last month. Please let me know if you have any
> > suggestions/comments/problems with this plan and please let me know if
> > you can commit to helping in any way.
> > [[NOTE: I just (on Monday) hired 2 full-time programmers to work on
> > the neuroimaging in python (NIPY) project, so they will be able to
> > help out with bug fixing as well as testing the pre-releases on
> > different platforms.]]
> > Releasing NumPy 18.104.22.168
> > ===================
> > On July 24th, Robert suggested making a numpy 22.214.171.124 point release.
> > He was concerned that there were some changes in numpy.distutils that
> > needed to cook a little longer. So I am offering to make a 126.96.36.199
> > release. If Travis or one of the other core NumPy developers want to
> > make a 1.0.4 release in the next week or so, then there won't be a
> > need for a 188.8.131.52 release.
> > First, I will branch from the 1.0.3 tag:
> > svn cp http://svn.scipy.org/svn/numpy/tags/1.0.3
> > http://svn.scipy.org/svn/numpy/branches/1.0.3
> > Second, I will apply all the patches necessary to build scipy from
> > svn, but nothing else. Then I will just follow the NumPy release
> > instructions: http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/numpy/wiki/MakingReleases
> > I will make the tarball and source rpm; but will need help with
> > everything else. Things will go faster if someone else can build the
> > Windows binaries.
> For windows, I understand the main problem is ATLAS, right ? I have
> discussed a bit the issue with Clint Whaley (the main developer of
> ATLAS), and I think I got a way to build ATLAS without using SSE (which
> caused trouble for some "old" ATHLON last time, AFAIK). I can provide
> the informations to you; I would just need someone to test the binaries
> on a non SSE machine, since I don't have any myself.
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