[Numpy-discussion] 1.7.0 release
Tue Nov 6 15:16:23 CST 2012
I updated the numpy master and recompiled it. I still have the compilation
error I got from Theano. I'll pop up that email thread again to have the
history and I made a PR for this.
Also, I think I said that numpy.ndindex changed its interface, in the past
numpy.ndindex() was valid, not this raise and error:
>>> import numpy
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
line 577, in next
The error I have with master:
ValueError: __array_interface__ shape must be at least size 1
That is the only stopper I saw, but I didn't followed what was needed for
On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 2:33 AM, Travis Oliphant <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Ondrej has been tied up finishing his PhD for the past several weeks. He
> is defending his work shortly and should be available to continue to help
> with the 1.7.0 release around the first of December. He and I have been
> in contact during this process, and I've been helping where I can.
> Fortunately, other NumPy developers have been active closing tickets and
> reviewing pull requests which has helped the process substantially.
> The release has taken us longer than we expected, but I'm really glad that
> we've received the bug-reports and issues that we have seen because it will
> help the 1.7.0 release be a more stable series. Also, the merging of the
> Trac issues with Git has exposed over-looked problems as well and will
> hopefully encourage more Git-focused participation by users.
> We are targeting getting the final release of 1.7.0 out by mid December
> (based on Ondrej's availability). But, I would like to find out which
> issues are seen as blockers by people on this list. I think most of the
> issues that I had as blockers have been resolved. If there are no more
> remaining blockers, then we may be able to accelerate the final release of
> 1.7.0 to just after Thanksgiving.
> Best regards,
> NumPy-Discussion mailing list
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