[SciPy-dev] scipy.sparse + umfpack + system_info

Robert Cimrman cimrman3 at ntc.zcu.cz
Wed Mar 29 07:08:34 CST 2006

Ed Schofield wrote:
> Robert Cimrman wrote:
>>I have just done the following:
>>scipy/Lib/linsolve ... superlu, umfpack modules, spsolve, splu functions
>>scipy/Lib/sparse ... the rest
>>All tests pass for me, but I am afraid of making the changes public
>>without any review. How do I make a new branch? Or, Ed, can I try it
>>with your ejs branch (how?) - it is for testing the sparse stuff,
>>right? :)
> You're welcome to use my branch; you'd need to re-add the changed files
> with 'svn add', then commit, test, then re-merge with the trunk using
> 'svn merge'.  But I'd suggest just committing it directly to the trunk. 
> I'd test it straight away and report any problems ;)

And so I was brave and committed to the trunk. :) Now let us hope 
nothing went wrong...

> If you want to create your own branch, use
>     svn copy . http://svn.scipy.org/svn/branches/rc
> then switch to it with
>     svn switch http://svn.scipy.org/svn/branches/rc
> This can be useful for testing big patches.  You'd need to keep it in
> sync with the trunk manually using 'svn merge' regularly to pull in new
> changes.

Thanks for the information,

happy testing,

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