[SciPy-user] Recommended SVN version?
Wed Nov 12 22:40:24 CST 2008
David Cournapeau wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 12:01 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> First of all, thanks for the tremendous work everyone has done!
>> In the Sage project (http://www.sagemath.org), we have a slightly
>> patched version of scipy 0.6 currently. We recently upgraded to numpy
>> 1.2 and would like to match that with an upgrade of scipy. We are using
>> scipy more and more; for example, in our next version out later this
>> week, we switched our floating point and complex matrices to use a
>> numpy/scipy backend for most calculations.
Yeah, we are also moving to the buffer interface hopefully in the not
too distant future.
>> Is there a recommended SVN version that we should update to while
>> waiting for 0.7 to be released? We're looking for an SVN revision that
>> is relatively stable. Incidentally, count me into the crowd that would
>> find scipy much more valuable if there were more frequent releases; Sage
>> users in general would be testing the code and giving feedback as well.
> If you can wait for a couple of days, scipy 0.7 will be there. A beta
> is immininent (next WE), and a proper release should follow soon
Ok, we will keep an eye on that and let you know if we are still hitting
regressions in the stats module.
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