[SciPy-Dev] Updated codata.py
Wed Jun 16 23:59:22 CDT 2010
Ok I download the current scipy from http://projects.scipy.org/git/
Created a new github repo.
So I think all is good to go. File is at this link.
On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 9:07 AM, Vincent Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Pauli Virtanen <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Wed, 16 Jun 2010 08:19:53 -0600, Vincent Davis wrote:
>>>> Note that for some reason you have a lot of branches in your Github
>>>> repo. I'd perhaps suggest doing
>>> Ok I think this is the same as the list of the branches from scipy-work
>>> that I cloned.
>> This behavior from Github is a bit strange, then. If you just clone with
>> "git clone", you don't get any extra local branches in your repo, and it
>> would make sense for the "Fork" button on the website to work in the same
>> But anyway it's good practice not to keep zombie branches around that
>> you're not working or going to work on.
>> The command
>> git push origin :BRANCH
>> removes the BRANCH given from the remote repository, and needs to be done
>> separately for each branch you want to remove.
>>> I thought this was being updated regularly from the svn.
>> None of the Numpy/Scipy repositories on Github are updated regularly. The
>> automatically updating ones are here:
> Thanks for the info. I will compare the version a codata that I have
> to make sure I didn't miss an update to codata.py
> Thanks again
>> Pauli Virtanen
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