Navaneeth (CC'd) has been working on extracting the ewah_bool_utils code,
which was originally written by Meagan Lang (also CC'd) to wrap Daniel
Lemire's EWAH bitmap array code, into its own repo. The code itself is
pretty darn useful beyond yt applications, so I think this is a pretty
I'd like to transfer this to the yt-project organization, and have it be
hosted there. Does anyone object to that? Unless I hear otherwise, we'll
initiate the repo transfer in few days.
Right now, he's begun trying to make a version of yt that depends on it as
an external dependency, but that would be a subsequent discussion, as it's
tricky and we'd need to decide on versioning, etc.
Thanks, and happy Saturday,
I've issued a PR that adds a few chatops-style commands to our pull
There are links in there to the issue:
which itself has a few links. Please feel free to chime in there, but I
think this could make our development workflow a lot nicer -- we could stop
asking people to rebase, for instance, and instead just have it done
almost-automatically by a bot. And same for black, isort, etc. I'll also
add a help command, now that I'm thinking of it...
Please leave feedback -- if I get some buy-in from folks I'll transfer the
slash-command-processor repo to the yt-project org and then we can move
forward with it a bit.
So I’ve been exploring the possibility of using Black and the likes to start enforcing styling standard throughout the code base.
Since this process involves changing a significant portion of it (several thousands of lines), it was suggested to me to make it into YTEP.
Here it is !
Hope you like it,
We will have a yt team meeting this Thursday July 16, 2020 at 2:30pm EDT.
All are welcome to attend and bring up items for discussion. As well, we
will be merging a number of code-style pull requests related to YTEP-0037
<https://github.com/yt-project/ytep/pull/14>. I will post a link to the
meeting in the yt slack development channel just before.
Have a good day and see you Thursday.