[Numpy-discussion] packaging scipy (was Re: Simple financial functions for NumPy)
Stéfan van der Walt
Mon Apr 7 16:21:41 CDT 2008
On 07/04/2008, Andreas Klöckner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Montag 07 April 2008, Stéfan van der Walt wrote:
> > I wouldn't exactly call 494 functions "just enough namespace clutter";
> > I'd much prefer to have a clean api to work with.
> Not to bicker, but...
> >>> import numpy
> >>> len(dir(numpy))
You'd be glad to know that that your investment increased as of r4964:
494 -> 504
251 -> 258
88 -> 89
69 -> 71
> I honestly don't see much of a problem.
I see at least two:
a) These numbers are growing (albeit slowly) and
b) numpy.TAB under IPython shows 516 completions
It doesn't matter *what* these completions are -- they're still there.
Sifting through 500 options isn't fun -- not for a newbie, nor a
salty old sailor. I agree with Joe that the problem can be
ameliorated by documentation, but I do think that an (optional)
fundamental restructuring is ultimately useful.
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