[Numpy-discussion] Non-writeable default for numpy.ndarray

Francesc Altet faltet at carabos.com
Sun Oct 1 06:49:31 CDT 2006

El dv 29 de 09 del 2006 a les 16:27 -0600, en/na Travis Oliphant va
> Francesc Altet wrote:
> >I see. Thanks for the explanation.
> >  
> >
> You deserve the thanks for the great testing of less-traveled corners of 
> NumPy.   It's exactly the kind of thing needed to get NumPy ready for 
> release. 

You are welcome, but actually the merit is more of the pytables test
suite than mine :-)

Travis, I've expressed publicly many times my gratitude to you, but I'm
going to do so once more(so, be ready :-): I was absolutely thrilled
that each and everyone of my bug reports were either solved or declared
features in a matter of 1 or 2 days as maximum, and this is just
*amazing* in a complex software like NumPy. I don't need to say it again
(but will do): You have made of NumPy *the* reference of python array
packages, and better that this, you have made this only in one year and
a half! Definitely, I have come to the conclusion that you are not
human, but rather a MONSTER! :-)

Also thanks goes to Charles Harris, for implementing very fine-tuned
sorting algorithms in both numpy and numarray packages. His work is very
useful for us.

Finally, and although not directly related with numpy, I'd like to
express my gratitude and acknowledgement to David Cooke (and Tim
Hochberg) for it's work on numexpr: it's a perfect complement to numpy
in that it allows to accelerate even more many of the basic operations
with arrays.

All of you, and the rest of the numpy community are a first-class team,
and this is why it makes me so happy to help you!

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