[Numpy-discussion] nose changes checked in

Charles R Harris charlesr.harris@gmail....
Mon Jun 16 21:47:42 CDT 2008

On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 8:18 PM, Alan McIntyre <alan.mcintyre@gmail.com>

> On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 9:04 PM, Charles R Harris
> <charlesr.harris@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Did you add any documentation to the readme? Any particular version
> > dependency for Nose?
> I did update README.txt, but I forgot to put the minimum Nose version
> in there; thanks for mentioning that.  I just checked in an update
> that includes it.
> > Hmm, plenty of output, 1 failure, and it looks like a future warning in
> > histogram needs to be disabled.
> >
> > In [1]: numpy.test()
> > Not implemented: Defined_Binary_Op
> > Not implemented: Defined_Binary_Op
> > Defined_Operator not defined used by Generic_Spec
> > Needs match implementation: Allocate_Stmt
> > Needs match implementation: Associate_Construct
> <snip>
> That stream of "Not implemented" and "Needs match implementation"
> stuff comes from numpy/f2py/lib/parser/test_Fortran2003.py and
> Fortran2003.py.  I can silence most of that output by disabling those
> module-level "if 1:" blocks in those two files, but there's still
> complaints about Defined_Binary_Op not being implemented.  If someone
> more knowledgeable about that module could comment on that I'd
> appreciate it.
> I'll also look into that test_linalg failure first thing in the
> morning; I don' get that here.
> > Looks slower than the old testing framework, but not enough to matter.
> There were at least a couple of tests that didn't get run under the
> old framework, but the ones I can recall didn't look complicated
> enough to make a difference.
> Looks like the buildbots need nose installed or upgraded as well.

Thanks for doing this. It looks like the transition to nose is going to be
pretty smooth.

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