[Scipy-svn] r6291 - trunk/doc/release

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Tue Mar 30 23:55:13 CDT 2010


Author: warren.weckesser
Date: 2010-03-30 23:55:13 -0500 (Tue, 30 Mar 2010)
New Revision: 6291

Modified:
   trunk/doc/release/0.8.0-notes.rst
Log:
DOC: Tweak restructured text in the release notes.

Modified: trunk/doc/release/0.8.0-notes.rst
===================================================================
--- trunk/doc/release/0.8.0-notes.rst	2010-03-31 04:48:52 UTC (rev 6290)
+++ trunk/doc/release/0.8.0-notes.rst	2010-03-31 04:55:13 UTC (rev 6291)
@@ -77,11 +77,11 @@
 The outputs should now correspond to their matlab and R counterparts, and do
 what most people expect if the old_behavior=False argument is passed:
 
-    * correlate, convolve and their 2d counterparts do not swap their inputs
-      depending on their relative shape anymore.
-    * correlation functions now conjugate their second argument while computing
-      the slided sum-products, which correspond to the usual definition of
-      correlation
+* correlate, convolve and their 2d counterparts do not swap their inputs
+  depending on their relative shape anymore;
+* correlation functions now conjugate their second argument while computing
+  the slided sum-products, which correspond to the usual definition of
+  correlation.
 
 Additions and modification to LTI functions (scipy.signal)
 ----------------------------------------------------------
@@ -132,7 +132,8 @@
 scipy.stsci: the package was removed
 
 scipy.signal.chirp:
-    1. The `qshape` keyword argument was removed.  Instead, use the `vertex_zero`
-       argument.
-    2. `chirp` no longer handles the case of a general polynomial.  This
-       functionality has been moved to a new function, `sweep_poly`.
+
+* The `qshape` keyword argument was removed.  Instead, use the `vertex_zero`
+  argument.
+* `chirp` no longer handles the case of a general polynomial.  This
+  functionality has been moved to a new function, `sweep_poly`.



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