[Numpy-discussion] last call for numpy 1.8.2 bugfixes
matthew.brett at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 18:09:39 EDT 2014
On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 3:05 PM, Julian Taylor
<jtaylor.debian at googlemail.com> wrote:
> as numpy 1.9 is going to be a relative hard upgrade as indexing changes
> expose a couple bugs in third party packages and the large amount of
> small little incompatibilities I will create a numpy 1.8.2 release
> tomorrow with a couple of important or hard to work around bugfixes.
> The most important bugfix is fixing the wrong result partition with
> multiple selections could produce if selections ended up in an equal
> range, see https://github.com/numpy/numpy/issues/4836 (if the crash is
> still unreproducable, help appreciated).
> the rest of the fixes are small ones listed below.
> If I have missed one or you consider one of the fixes to invasive for a
> bugfix release please speak up now.
> As the number of fixes is small I will skip a release candidate.
> Make fftpack._raw_fft threadsafe
> Prevent division by zero
> Fix lack of NULL check in array_richcompare
> incorrect argument order to _copyto in in np.nanmax, np.nanmin
> Hold GIL for types with fields, fixes
> svd ufunc typo
> check alignment of strides for byteswap
> add missing elementsize alignment check for simd reductions
> ifort has issues with optimization flag /O2
Any chance of a RC to give us some time to test?
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