[Numpy-discussion] 1.1.x branch and 1.1.0 tag imminent
Charles R Harris
Sat May 24 09:53:22 CDT 2008
On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 2:48 AM, Jarrod Millman <email@example.com>
> On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 11:28 PM, David Cournapeau
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I too think we should make the release ASAP, I am tired of it (as you
> > certainly are :) ).
> Absolutely! I just created the 1.1.x maintenance branch:
> The trunk is now open for 1.2 development:
> I know several people have code for 1.2 who have been patiently
> waiting for me. Please feel free to go ahead and commit your code to
> the trunk now. Alan McIntyre officially starts his Google Summer of
> Code project on Monday. One of his first tasks will be to help
> convert NumPy to the nose testing framework. That will probably start
> in a branch and then get merged all at once just like Matthew Brett
> did for SciPy. Also Stefan should feel free to start committing all
> the documentation work to the trunk now.
> If no one has any more input on the recent buildbot failures, I will
> tag 1.1.0 from the branch tomorrow morning. Chris Burns is on
> vacation (it is memorial day in the States) until Monday, so he won't
> be able to create the Mac binaries until then. Most likely, since
> David is around the Windows binary will be available shortly after I
> tag the release.
> I will announce the NumPy 1.1.0 release late Monday night or early on
> Tuesday. Thanks to everyone who worked so hard getting this release
> out. Sorry that the release management was so uneven and frustrating.
> I will be happy to discuss what could have been done differently or
> I have tried to keep the release notes up-to-date as we went; but if
> you have any time, now would be a great time for a final pass:
Because the default testing level is now all=True some old tests no longer
in numpy are also run if they are hanging around in site-packages. So I
think we should have a note telling folks to start with a clean install,
i.e., they should delete the previous install from site-packages.
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