[SciPy-dev] Inclusion of cython code in scipy

Matthieu Brucher matthieu.brucher@gmail....
Thu Apr 24 08:50:28 CDT 2008


>
> I'm afraid I can't buy this at all.  Good test-driven programming
> practice makes debugging easier, but when it comes down to it, cython or
> otherwise you are just going to have to roll up your sleeves and debug C
> anyway.  Lets face it, C is underneath all of this and if something goes
> wrong at that level you need to know how it works to debug at all.
>

What is cool with Cython is that you can use the Python debugger to start
the debugging process, where a lot can be done. Indeed, Cython gives back
the Cython code to the Python traceback, and this is great.

Matthieu
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