[SciPy-Dev] Work on fwrap and SciPy

Matthew Brett matthew.brett@gmail....
Thu Nov 4 10:58:42 CDT 2010


On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 7:13 AM, Jason McCampbell
<jmccampbell@enthought.com> wrote:
>> > That is our desire as well.  It is much easier to merge together several
>> > small projects than one all-encompassing one. :)
>> Sorry to ask - I realize I could have a look myself - but can I ask -
>> how is it going from that point of view, with the refactoring
>> branches?
> It's a mixed bag.  Cython .NET and fwrap should be independent of the
> refactor in that they can use it, but don't require it.  The numpy changes
> are self-contained but impact SciPy.  The .NET branch for SciPy then ends up
> dependent on all three projects.

Thanks - that's helpful.  How close then are the numpy changes to
being ready for preliminary review?  Are they of a size that is
sensible for review in one go?

> Sorry about the prior out-of-context reply.  I realized I wasn't subscribed
> to the scipy list (just numpy) and didn't managed to subscribe before my
> reply was rejected.

Oh - don't worry - I think that wrist-slap was aimed at me :)

See you,


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