[Numpy-discussion] @Dag re numpy.pxd
Gordon L. Kindlmann
Tue Feb 14 08:22:08 CST 2012
This (below) caught my eye and I'm wondering what further information is available?
I very much value the ability to wrap underlying array data from numpy for processing in non-python libraries, as well as the ability to wrap numpy arrays around array data allocated by non-python libraries.
Is this capability going to be removed?
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> Hi Dag,
> This probably needs to be on the cython mailing list at some point, but I
> thought I'd start the discussion here. Numpy is going to begin deprecating
> direct access to ndarray/dtype internals, ala arr->data etc. There are
> currently macros/functions for many of these operations in the numpy
> development branch and I expect more to go in over the coming year. Also,
> some of the macros have been renamed. I don't know the best way for Cython
> to support this, but the current version (0.15 here) generates code that
> will fail if the deprecated things are excluded. Ideally, numpy.pxd would
> have numpy version dependent parts but I don't know if that is possible. In
> any case, I'd like your thoughts on the best way to coordinate this
> migration with Cython.
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