[SciPy-Dev] Work on fwrap and SciPy
Dag Sverre Seljebotn
Wed Nov 3 15:20:26 CDT 2010
On 11/03/2010 05:55 PM, Matthew Brett wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 3:26 AM, Dag Sverre Seljebotn
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> All work is done in Enthought's "refactor" branches for now . The
>> intention is certainly to merge back to main eventually, but questions
>> of how or when or whether will have to wait; getting things up and
>> running on .NET has priority.
> How great is the divergence of the refactor branches from the trunk?
> One worry would be that if the divergence gets too large, it will not
> be possible to review the changes.
Speaking about the Fortran part only, I honestly don't expect anybody
else to do major rewrites of the f2py wrappers (.pyf files) while this
is going on; any (unlikely) minor tweaks can readily be merged (provided
a decision is made for SciPy on CPython to move from f2py to fwrap).
I can try to keep the replacement of f2py with fwrap in a seperate
branch that could potentially be merged without taking the other stuff
from the .NET branch. Not sure whether that will succeed yet, but it is
definitely worth a try. So perhaps one can have two or three branches
with different kinds of changes rather than one large one. Replacing
f2py with fwrap seems to be orthogonal to changes that has to do with
changes necessitated by the refactoring of NumPy, but I don't know yet
whether that will hold true in practice.
(For non-Fortran it would be better to start a new thread on the .NET
refactoring in general and ask Jason McCampbell, I can't tell.)
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