[Numpy-discussion] Binary ufuncs: minimum
Charles R Harris
Tue May 27 17:16:07 CDT 2008
On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 4:11 PM, Travis E. Oliphant <email@example.com>
> > So the segfaults are defined behavior? ;) It's like pulling teeth
> > without anesthesia to get these things defined and everyone is going
> > to think I'm an a-hole. It's a dirty job, but someone has got to do it.
> I actually appreciate what you are doing. Obviously the segfaults are
> It's just that there are constraints we have to work within (unless you
> are proposing to change the general versus specific coercion
> behavior). These constraints might change the testing approach that is
> taken as well as the possible proposed solutions. It's hard to engage
> the conversation until the questions show an understanding of that.
> My point is that we should look at the code to determine what is the
> expected behavior because not only is that what is being done, but that
> is also the framework we currently have within which to make changes.
> It is not much different from what Numeric originally provided.
That's why I wrote the script to determine what the code is currently doing.
That way we can all look at the results instead of reading the source.
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