[Numpy-discussion] My GSoC Proposal to Implement a Subset of NumPy for PyPy
Sun Apr 18 20:57:27 CDT 2010
On Apr 18, 2010 6:46 PM, "Dan Roberts" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I've been trying my best to take my time formulating my replies but I need
to respond eventually. :-)
This is embarassing, but I'm actually not sure where I talked about an
interface specifically. I did rather nebulously talk about interfacing with
C code and LAPACK and the interfaces there would be provided by the
respective code and consumed by micronumpy, at least as I currently see it.
I haven't consulted maciej about this yet, but I think working
backwards from a complete C NumPy depends on a great deal of "ifs", many of
which I think aren't satisfied. I need to look into this, but I assume
NumPy operates on array structures directly, rather than through an
interface. If it's through an interface, there's a real possibility that
approach is possible, though it would require me to write some adaptors, I
think it would be ok, and a low enough time investment. Like I said I'm
currently speaking from ignorance so I need to look into it and get back to
P.S. I agree about the sparse matrices, I've bugged fijal a small bit about
P.P.S. Forgot to CC the mailing list... assumed this mail client would do it
for me.. lol
> On Apr 17, 2010 12:25 AM, "Stéfan van der Walt" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Dan
> On 17 April 2010 06:50, Dan Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi everybody, my name is Dan...
> Thanks for the introduction, and welcome to NumPy!
> > I hadn't prepared for review by the NumPy mentors, but this can make
> proposal stronger t...
> This proposal builds a bridge between two projects, so even if it
> technically falls under the...
> > Why should we bother reimplimenting anything? PyPy, for those who
> unfamiliar, has the ...
> Your code has a fairly specialised application and it's worth
> discussing exactly where it wou...
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