[Numpy-discussion] Datetime branch
Charles R Harris
Thu Jun 11 12:20:14 CDT 2009
On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 10:29 AM, Travis Oliphant <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> On Jun 10, 2009, at 11:18 PM, Charles R Harris wrote:
> Hi Travis,
> I looked through the recent commits to the datetime branch and, as I'm
> working on cleaning up arraytypes I would appreciate it if you can merge up
> your changes there as soon as possible to minimize conflicts. Also, this
> change looks like a reversion of current trunk to something older:
> @@ -2688,10 +2690,8 @@
> goto err;
> - /*
> - * PyExc_Exception should catch all the standard errors that are
> - * now raised instead of the string exception "multiarray.error".
> - * This is for backward compatibility with existing code.
> - */
> - PyDict_SetItemString (d, "error", PyExc_Exception);
> + /* Fixme: we might want to remove this old string exception string */
> + s = PyString_FromString("multiarray.error");
> + PyDict_SetItemString (d, "error", s);
> + Py_DECREF(s);
> s = PyString_FromString("3.0");
> PyDict_SetItemString(d, "__version__", s);
> And I am concerned that there might be other such cases.
> There may be. I took Robert's git branch and tried to re-base it. But,
> I'm a git neophyte and didn't know what I was doing. I tried to eliminate
> the most obvious cases where is trunk was out-of-date, but obviously missed
> Thanks for checking. I don't want to stomp on your work, but I don't know
> what you mean by cleaning up arraytypes?
Reorganize a bit, break the long repeat lines, more prominent labels, c
style, that sort of thing. I got most of the c style cleanups done before
the 1.3 release but didn't quite finish all the files that are now broken up
> I am hoping to get the datetime changes merged to trunk by the end of the
> month. There are a couple of potential issues that may slow that down
> because of the change to the PyArray_Descr structure (we need to add a
> metadata object at the end).
Cleaning up the functions associated with the descriptor handling is on my
list somewhere, but not near the top at the moment. Too much work ;)
> We may need to bump up the version number of NumPy to encourage
> C-extensions to re-compile, but I think it will work without that.
The API is going to be bumped in any case and it may be that now is the time
to add in any ABI changes.
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