[SciPy-user] Arrayfns in numpy?

Travis Oliphant oliphant@ee.byu....
Wed Mar 7 01:13:26 CST 2007

> -100
> I am strongly opposed to mixing computations into NumPY.  Why is 1-d  
> interpolation good to have inside of NumPy? why not nd-interpolation?  
> why not fft? or SVD? or some linear algebra thing?
I agree with the idea of the statement.  However, practicality may beat 
purity here because of the backward-compatibility issue.  The only 
proposal on the table is pulling in more functions from arrayfns.   I'm 
fine if they live in the oldnumeric name-space (but it will actually be 
easier to put them in the lib namespace because the arrayfnsmodule.c 
file became the _compiled_base.c file in numpy.lib. 

Perhaps they can still live in _compiled_base.c  but not be pulled in to 
numpy.lib (only a  oldnumeric.arrayfns module).


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