[Matrix-SIG] LLNL Distribution #10

Yoon, Hoon (CICG - NY Program Trading) HYoon@exchange.ml.com
Fri, 19 Mar 1999 10:39:26 -0500


  I just downloaded Numpy.exe. It reports "Sorry Python 1.5 does not seem to
be on your system," but I have 1.5.1 available. I am not sure what it is
looking for. 
  I also reported a bug about NaN == NaN on NT platform where as on Unix NaN
!= NaN. Has this been added to the bug list or fixed? If not, then can you
pls add to the bug list?
  Thank you much for the package,

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> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Paul F. Dubois 
> Sent:	Thursday, March 18, 1999 8:24 PM
> To:	matrix-sig@python.org
> Subject:	[Matrix-SIG] LLNL Distribution #10
> LLNL Distribution #10, like the truth, is out there:
> ftp-icf.llnl.gov/pub/python
> Get LLNLDistribution.tgz for the source.
> Get NumPy.exe for the Windows 95/98/NT installer.
> Gist
> Fixed mesh3d.py to handle tetrahedra, and to allow data of either type 'd'
> or type 'b'.
> Fixed slice3.py so that data type will not be changed.
> Numerous changes in slice2 and _slice2_part in gistCmodule to support data
> values of either type 'b' or type 'd'.
> Bug fixes in gistCmodule: make sure result arrays are returned as Py_None
> in
> case a slice is empty; clear the OWN_DATA pointer in a PyArrayObject when
> the pointer has been given to a newly created object.
> The color card specification for a 3D object will now overrule the
> specification (if any) for the Graph containing the object.
> The default style sheet for a Graph3d will be "nobox.gs". A Graph3D style
> specification will be overruled by "z_nobox.gs" if a color bar is
> requested,
> otherwise uncritically accepted.
> Numpy
> Fixed a bug in the NumPy exponentiation routine which was causing a SEGV
> when an array of Python longs was an argument.
> Fixed memory leak in array to list conversion. (Jonah Lee)
> Fixed segv if you attempt to delete an array element. (Warren Focke)
> Fixed bug in convolve in multiarray.c (Travis Oliphant)
> Added missing #!... to makethis.py in Numerical (Pearu Peterson, who also
> reported Gist probs).
> Fixed documentation of clip. (Andrew Sterian)
> Changed array so that it will accept a typecode of None. This allows
> simplifications to indices, asarray, and UserArray. (Keith Junius)
> Performance improvement for FFT.py (Konrad Hinsen)
> Added import_array to PyPDB module init routine.
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