and there has been quite a bit of progress on the NumPy front in PyPy in the
past two months. Things that happened:
-* **complex dtype support** - thanks to
matti picus, NumPy on PyPy now supports
+* **complex dtype support** - thanks to atti icus, NumPy on PyPy now supports
complex dtype (only complex128 so far, there is work on the other part)
* **big refactoring** - probably the biggest issue we did was finishing
a big refactoring that disabled some speedups (notably lazy computation
of arrays), but lowered the barrier of implementing cool new features.
+ XXX: explain better why removing a speedup is a good thing, maybe?
* **fancy indexing support** - all fancy indexing tricks should now work,
including ``a[b]`` where ``b`` is an array of integers.