[Numpy-discussion] Guidance regarding build and testing
maniteja.modesty067 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 21 13:17:14 EST 2014
Thanks for the help. Now I am able to see the modifications in the
interpreter. As I was going through broadcasting and slicing, I was eager
to try out different modifications to understand the working.
On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 10:57 PM, Ralf Gommers <ralf.gommers at gmail.com>
> Almost. test_xxx.py contains tests for all functions in the file xxx.py
Sorry was a bit confused then. Thanks for the correction :)
> Note that there is also a variant which does use virtualenvs documented at
> https://github.com/scipy/scipy/blob/master/HACKING.rst.txt#faq (under "*How
> do I set up a development version of SciPy in parallel to a released
> version that I use to do my job/research?").*
>> maniteja at ubuntu:~/FOSS/numpy$ echo $PYTHONPATH
> Maybe that's one /numpy too many? If it's right, you should have a dir
> No I have setup.py in home/maniteja/FOSS/numpy/numpy.
Hence, I have core also as home/maniteja/FOSS/numpy/numpy/core
> An easy way to check which numpy you're using is "import numpy;
> Thanks, I didn't get the idea then. It now shows
The documentation tells that the PWD of the setup.py is to be set as
This is fine. You should not develop directly on your own master branch.
> Rather, keep your master branch in sync with numpy master, and create a new
> feature branch for every new feature that you want to work on.
> Oh thanks, I have only used git for my local repositories or collaboration
with peers. So just wanted to clarify before I end up messing anything :),
though there I know that there needs to be write access to modify the
Lastly, it would be great if you could suggest whether I should learn
Cython or any other codebase to understand the source code and also the
timings preferable to work and discuss on the mailing lists as I stay in
India ,which is GMT+5:30 timezone. This is my winter holidays. So, I could
adjust my timings accordingly as I have no schoolwork :)
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