[Numpy-discussion] indexing bug?
Stefan van der Walt
Wed Oct 3 14:04:10 CDT 2007
On Wed, Oct 03, 2007 at 01:50:01PM -0400, Perry Greenfield wrote:
> > Let me rephrase: we cannot change the API until 1.1, unless this is
> > seen as a bug. To which other API changes are you referring? The
> > style changes is a different matter entirely.
> The recent numpy and scipy threads on "adopting Python Style Guide
> for classes". If this is what you mean by style changes and it ends
> up changing array to Array and int32 to Int32, it's not just a style
> change, it will break lots of code ("Since it should effect the user
> API..."). These are API changes even if you consider case of the
> class name just style.
Don't worry, nothing is being rushed through. Only internal
representations are currently being changed (e.g. unit tests). No
changes to the API will be made until 1.1, and then only after the
discussion is over.
I think your quote above refers to the e-mail Jarrod Millman wrote,
but that was simply a typo, and should have read "since it shouldn't
affect the user API".
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