[Numpy-discussion] Updating cython directory to pxd usage: objections?
Wed Jun 18 23:48:59 CDT 2008
after I updated the pyrex code to use cython, a bit of confusion led
me to using .pxi includes instead of .pxd files and cimport. That
turned out to be mistaken, as later clarified by the Cython team:
Would anyone object to my fixing the code to the new convention? The
changes are minimal, the .pxi files can just be renamed and then a few
trivial modifications are done. But I figured since this gets shipped
as canonical example code, vetting from the core developers is a good
In particular, I used:
# Import the pieces of the Python C API we need to use (from c_python.pxd):
cimport c_python as py
# Import the NumPy C API (from c_numpy.pxd)
cimport c_numpy as cnp
# Import the NumPy module for access to its usual Python API
import numpy as np
I don't know if those are the conventions people want to use. I went
with 'cnp' for symmetry, and plain 'py' for simplicity.
The patch is otherwise an inconsequential adding of those prefixes,
since the old include mechanism was equivalent to an 'import *' while
this gives us a namespace. I've attached the diff for the numpyx file
here for review (the actual diff is lager because of the renames, but
there's no code changes there).
Stefan, core team?
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