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Armin Rigo
fix.
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32ptr-on-64bit
Armin Rigo
This part of the code lost during the merge belongs to rewrite.py. Save it there for now, commented out.
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32ptr-on-64bit
Armin Rigo
hg merge default
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32ptr-on-64bit
Armin Rigo
fix the test.
Armin Rigo
Write a test_pypy_c checking that "f ** 2" gets us just a float_mul operation. (Needs to check if the test really passes or if we are getting a few extra stuff too.)
Armin Rigo
Special-case "x ** 2" here instead.
Armin Rigo
hg backout c5d041657831: I will move it to the stdobjspace instead, where it can be special-cased before we do all the "isinf()" and "isnan()" checks.
Maciej Fijalkowski
merge
Maciej Fijalkowski
fix newlines
Amaury Forgeot d'Arc
merge heads
Amaury Forgeot d'Arc
Slowly merge datetime.py from upstream: don't use "private" attributes.
Amaury Forgeot d'Arc
Cosmetic changes in datetime.py, to reduce differences with the version in CPython 3.2
Alex Gaynor
merged upstream
Alex Gaynor
Fix for flatten() with certain types of arrays.
Armin Rigo
Special-case for "complex ** 2" too.
Alex Gaynor
A failing test for flatten
Alex Gaynor
Implement numpypy.ndarray.flatten
Maciej Fijalkowski
Merged in dripton/pypy (pull request #21)
David Ripton
Clean up os.environ["TZ"] when we're done, in case other tests follow.
David Ripton
Add a test to prove that datetime issue972 (and dupe issue986) are fixed.
David Ripton
Copy function utcfromtimestamp from CPython 3.2's datetime.py Fixes issue972, which was caused by rounding differences between fromtimestamp and utcfromtimestamp.
Maciej Fijalkowski
merge
Maciej Fijalkowski
add a few asserts, propagate axis where it works
Armin Rigo
Disable the error about "pypy translate.py" overwriting the same "pypy" if we are actually only running it partly, e.g. "pypy --annotate translate.py".
Armin Rigo
Special-case in RPython the case of "x ** 2.0".
Armin Rigo
lists have the same performance issue as bytearray objects. Fix.
Armin Rigo
Fix a complexity bug: if 'b' is a large bytearray, b[small_slice] = small_string used to take a time proportional to how long the large bytearray is.
Alex Gaynor
Merged in cocoatomo/pypydoc (pull request #22)
tomo cocoa
merge
tomo cocoa
merge
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