[Numpy-discussion] Help needed with numpy 10.5 release blockers
Fri Mar 21 06:09:21 CDT 2008
I think the bug was referring to the fact that some types have
duplicate names *explicitly* containing the letter "c" --
Is this supposed to be consistent naming scheme (i.e. any C type "<T>"
is accessible as "N.<T>c") ?
Then c float-type should consequently be named N.floatc .
Otherwise please elaborate why some names like "intc" exist, and which
exactly those are !?
(BTW, the name "N.single" is there to make FORTRAN people feel more
comfortable - right ?)
On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 5:16 PM, Matthieu Brucher
> For the not blocker bugs, I think that #420 should be closed : float32 is
> the the C float type, isn't it ?
> 2008/3/13, Jarrod Millman <email@example.com>:
> > Hello,
> > I am sure that everyone has noticed that 1.0.5 hasn't been released
> > yet. The main issue is that when I was getting ready to tag the
> > release I noticed that the buildbot had a few failing tests:
> > http://buildbot.scipy.org/waterfall?show_events=false
> > Stefan van der Walt added tickets for the failures:
> > http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/numpy/ticket/683
> > http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/numpy/ticket/684
> > http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/numpy/ticket/686
> > And Chuck Harris fixed ticket #683 with in minutes (thanks!). The
> > others are still open.
> > Stefan and I also triaged the remaining tickets--closing several and
> > turning others in to release blockers:
> > I think that it is especially important that we spend some time trying
> > to make the 1.0.5 release rock solid. There are several important
> > changes in the trunk so I really hope we can get these tickets
> > resolved ASAP. I need everyone's help getting this release out. If
> > you can help work on any of the open release blockers, please try to
> > close them over the weekend. If you have any ideas about the tickets
> > but aren't exactly sure how to resolve them please post a message to
> > the list or add a comment to the ticket.
> > I will be traveling over the weekend, so I may be off-line until Monday.
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > Jarrod Millman
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