[IronPython] Ironclad 0.8 released
dans at houmus.org
Thu Jan 29 13:37:01 CET 2009
Is x64 fully supported?
On 29/01/2009, at 13:43, William Reade <william at resolversystems.com>
> Hi all
> I'm delighted to announce the release of Ironclad v0.8 -- the all-
> singing, all-dancing CPython API compatibility layer for IronPython
> -- available now from http://code.google.com/p/ironclad/ . Notable
> improvements over the last release include:
> * Ironclad is now a neatly self-contained package -- just copy to
> your site-packages and 'import ironclad'.
> * No more silly requirement to call ironclad.shutdown() when you're
> * A few performance improvements.
> * Over 900 NumPy tests now pass: in fact, almost all the tests from
> the core, fft, lib, linalg, ma, oldnumeric and random subpackages.
> * Over half the .pyds distributed with CPython 2.5 now import
> cleanly; some of them appear to actually work, including _hashlib
> and _elementtree.
> Ironclad grows more stable and mature with every release, and I urge
> IronPython users to try it out and share their impressions:
> feedback, whether positive or negative, is always welcomed.
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