[Numpy-discussion] What/when is the next release ?
Mon Aug 4 13:49:42 CDT 2008
On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 13:40, Charles R Harris
> On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 1:07 PM, Pierre GM <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Charles, Jarrod,
>> That isn't be a pb. I just ran into a pb with 1.2 that I know would show
>> up in
>> 1.1.x, so I just commited the changes to the 2 versions. I was just
>> for how long I would have to backport this kind of fixes.
>> > I agree with the caveat that your focus should be mostly on 1.2 at
>> > this point. If your fix for 1.2 is not easy to back port to 1.1.x, I
>> > wouldn't worry about it too much. Ideally we will get all the fixes
>> > in 1.2 back to 1.1.x, but it isn't absolutely essential that every fix
>> > make it back. That said I would really like to see as many fixes as
>> > possible applied to both the trunk and the last stable release branch.
> I think one more 1.1.x release might be appropriate, if only to have one
> solid version out for Python 2.3. Hopefully Scipy will also release a
> compatible version.
Too late for that. SVN scipy already requires SVN numpy.
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