[Numpy-discussion] Separating out the maskna code

Nathaniel Smith njs at pobox.com
Sun May 20 13:59:07 EDT 2012

On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 6:08 AM, Travis Oliphant <travis at continuum.io> wrote:
> Wow, Nathaniel.   This looks like a nice piece of tedious work.

Honestly, it only took a few hours -- M-x grep is awesome. Would still
have been better if it'd been separated in the first place, but so it

> I have not reviewed it in detail, but in general I would be very supportive of your plan to commit this to master, make a 1.7 release (without the ReduceWrapper) function and then work on the masked array / ndarray separation plan for 1.8
> Of course, first I would want to hear from Mark, to hear his comments about what was removed.

Definitely. I'm pretty sure I didn't accidentally sweep up anything
else in my net besides what it says in the commit messages (simply
because it's hard to do that when all you're doing is grepping for
HASMASKNA and friends), but he knows this code better than I do.

NB for anyone who may have pulled, I did just rebase this (and push
--force it) to fix a trivial issue (I forgot to remove the signature
for PyArray_CountNonZero when I removed the function itself). So
you'll want to throw away any local branches if you have them.

- N

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