Subject: Re: Cython 0.16 Release Candidate
Date: Sunday 1st April 2012 19:23:51 UTC (over 5 years ago)
mark florisson wrote: > We are happy to announce the first release candidate for Cython 0.16, > you can grab it from here: http://wiki.cython.org/ReleaseNotes-0.16 > > Since the beta last month several issues have been fixed, including > the NumPy array attribute access deprecation, which are now rewritten > to use the NumPy macros. Another serious bug in the reversed(range()) > optimization was disabled, a C compiler bug on OS X Lion in OpenMP > code was circumvented, the documentation for fused types has been > improved, some bugs related to fused C++ and buffers types have been > fixed, and nogil was added to the included STL declarations. > > I encourage everyone to give it a try, see if your project still > compiles and works, and if it doesn't to take up those torches and > pitchforks from your desks, you know where to find us. > > Enjoy! So with new memoryview support, is it true that I can write algorithms in cython, that accept non-contiguous numpy array slices (from python), and can operate on them with (reasonable) efficiency? IIRC, that was not true with previous cython numpy support.