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Justin Peel
numpy: simple implementations of repr and str. includes work by Timo.
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numpy-repr-str
Maciej Fijalkowski
Fix bug with regard to multiple loops at the same assembler piece. Make parsing assembler lazy (a bit ugly)
Maciej Fijalkowski
merge
Maciej Fijalkowski
fix tests
Maciej Fijalkowski
Backed out changeset f12c4e733acd Ops, too much
Maciej Fijalkowski
fix tests
Armin Rigo
Write the progbits section magic marker to make the stack non-executable under (at least) Gentoo linux. Thanks Amaury.
Carl Friedrich Bolz
typo
Alex Gaynor
fix more stuff.
Alex Gaynor
Fix translation (whoops).
Alex Gaynor
Remove a bunch of dead imports.
Carl Friedrich Bolz
merge
Carl Friedrich Bolz
check only once during tracing whether a frame is a nonstandard-virtualizable
Justin Peel
numpy: first draft of the sort function
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numpy-singledim
Justin Peel
numpy: added a check of array sizes to binary ops. added more tests for radd, etc.
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numpy-singledim
Justin Peel
numpy: added comments about simple repr and str implementations
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numpy-singledim
Justin Peel
numpy: improved implementation of size and ndim
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numpy-singledim
Justin Peel
micronumpy: second version of setslice including jit driver and test
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numpy-singledim
Justin Peel
First try at being able to set slices in numpy
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numpy-singledim
Antonio Cuni
update this page wrt the new ctypes and _ffi performances. It still contains XXXs though
Armin Rigo
Oups. test_weakref shows that this is needed.
Armin Rigo
Sorry, fix this test. It comes from f9a24c80bd03.
Armin Rigo
merge heads
Armin Rigo
Duh.
Armin Rigo
Tentative: add yet another tweakable gc parameter: PYPY_GC_LOSTCARD. See comments.
Armin Rigo
Missing bump of the revision number here.
Armin Rigo
Fix for e38414a7518d.
Alex Gaynor
Backout the change to use mandatory flags everywhere, this breaks relative imports, as absolute import is marked as mandator in 2.7, but it obviously isn't. Further, CPython doesn't seem to do it, and I can't find any actual advantage to it.
Alex Gaynor
Actually call the appropriate deallocation function on lock objects when we're done with them, not just deallocate the struct that contains them. It is extremely likely that they have some OS resources assosciated with them.
holger krekel
bump pypy version to 1.6.0.dev1 to distinguish from the released "1.5.0 (alpha)". Makes it a bit easier to know what pypy version was used when people/CI systems submit bug reports for test runs with pypy. Maybe makes sense to increase the patchlevel (the "1" in dev1) from time to time.
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