On Mon, Sep 14, 2015 at 1:22 AM, David Cournapeau email@example.com wrote:
On Mon, Sep 14, 2015 at 9:18 AM, Matthew Brett firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'm just building numpy 1.9.2 for Python 3.5 (just released).
In order to get the tests to pass on Python 3.5, I need to cherry pick commit 7d6aa8c onto the 1.9.2 tag position.
Does anyone object to me uploading a wheel built from this patched version to pypi as 1.9.2 for Python 3.5 on OSX? It would help to get the ball rolling for Python 3.5 binary wheels.
Why not releasing this as 1.9.3 ? It does not need to be a full release (with binaries and all), but having multiple sources for a given tag is confusing.
Generally OK with me, but it's quite a bit of extra work for very little gain. We'd have to tag, release a source tarball and OSX wheels, at least.
The patch being cherry-picked is just deleting some legacy monkey-patching of gzip:
and it's difficult for me to imagine this could cause a problem with source differences.