[Numpy-discussion] numpy 2.0, what else to do?

David Cournapeau david@silveregg.co...
Tue Feb 16 00:00:14 CST 2010

Charles R Harris wrote:
> Just to be clear, there are *already* macros in the ndarrayobject.h file 
> that aren't py3k compatible. How do you propose to fix those?

I don't understand the connection with the public vs private issue. If 
the py3k compatibility header is to be shared by several extensions, it 
has to be in a different header, included separately from any numpy headers.

Fixing the ndarrayobject.h to be py3k-compatible can and should be done 
without adding extra public macros.


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