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python3-Bottleneck-debuginfo - Debug information for package python3-Bottleneck

This package provides debug information for package python3-Bottleneck. Debug information is useful when developing applications that use this package or when debugging this package.
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Latest updates

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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 1.3.1-1.2 to 1.3.2-1.1

Mar 20
  • specfile:
    • update copyright year
  • update to version 1.3.2:
    • Bug Fixes
      • Explicitly declare numpy version dependency in pyproject.toml
      for Python 3.8, fixing certain cases where pip install would fail. Thanks to @goggle, @astrofrog, and @0xb0b for reporting. (:issue:`277`)
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 debug/oss: Updated from 1.3.1-lp152.1.1 to 1.3.2-lp152.1.1

Mar 19
  • specfile:
    • update copyright year
  • update to version 1.3.2:
    • Bug Fixes
      • Explicitly declare numpy version dependency in pyproject.toml
      for Python 3.8, fixing certain cases where pip install would fail. Thanks to @goggle, @astrofrog, and @0xb0b for reporting. (:issue:`277`)
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 debug/oss: Updated from 1.2.1-lp152.3.4 to 1.3.1-lp152.1.1

Mar 15
  • specfile:
    • update copyright year
  • update to version 1.3.1:
    • Bug Fixes
      • Fix memory leak in :func:`bottleneck.nanmedian` with the default
      argument of axis=None. Thanks to @jsmodic for reporting!
      (:issue:`276`, :issue:`278`)
      • Add regression test for memory leak case (:issue:`279`)
    • changes from version 1.3.0:
      • Project Updates
        • Bottleneck has a new maintainer, Christopher Whelan (@qwhelan on
        GitHub).
        • Documentation now hosted at https://bottleneck.readthedocs.io
        • 1.3.x will be the last release to support Python 2.7
        • Bottleneck now supports and is tested against Python 3.7 and
        • 8. (:issue:`211`, :issue:`268`)
        • The LICENSE file has been restructured to only include the
        license for the Bottleneck project to aid license audit tools. There has been no change to the licensing of Bottleneck.
        • Licenses for other projects incorporated by Bottleneck are now
        reproduced in full in separate files in the LICENSES/ directory (eg, LICENSES/NUMPY_LICENSE)
        • All licenses have been updated. Notably, setuptools is now MIT
        licensed and no longer under the ambiguous dual PSF/Zope license.
        • Bottleneck now uses PEP 518 for specifying build dependencies,
        with per Python version specifications (:issue:`247`)
      • Enhancements
        • Remove numpydoc package from Bottleneck source distribution
        • :func:`bottleneck.slow.reduce.nansum` and
        :func:`bottleneck.slow.reduce.ss` now longer coerce output to have the same dtype as input
        • Test (tox, travis, appveyor) against latest numpy (in conda)
        • Performance benchmarking also available via asv
        • versioneer now used for versioning (:issue:`213`)
        • Test suite now uses pytest as nose is deprecated (:issue:`222`)
        • python setup.py build_ext --inplace is now incremental
        (:issue:`224`)
        • python setup.py clean now cleans all artifacts (:issue:`226`)
        • Compiler feature support now identified by testing rather than
        hardcoding (:issue:`227`)
        • The BN_OPT_3 macro allows selective use of -O3 at the function
        level (:issue:`223`)
        • Contributors are now automatically cited in the release notes
        (:issue:`244`)
      • Performance
        • Speed up :func:`bottleneck.reduce.anynan` and
        :func:`bottleneck.reduce.allnan` by 2x via BN_OPT_3
        (:issue:`223`)
        • All functions covered by asv benchmarks
        • :func:`bottleneck.nonreduce.replace` speedup of 4x via more
        explicit typing (:issue:`239`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.reduce.median` up to 2x faster for
        Fortran-ordered arrays (:issue:`248`)
      • Bug Fixes
        • Documentation fails to build on Python 3 (:issue:`170`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.benchmark.bench` crashes on python 3.6.3,
        numpy 1.13.3 (:issue:`175`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.nonreduce_axis.push` raises when n=None is
        explicitly passed (:issue:`178`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.reduce.nansum` wrong output when a =
        np.ones((2, 2))[..., np.newaxis] same issue of other reduce functions (:issue:`183`)
        • Silenced FutureWarning from NumPy in the slow version of move
        functions (:issue:`194`)
        • Installing bottleneck onto a system that does not already have
        Numpy (:issue:`195`)
        • Memory leaked when input was not a NumPy array (:issue:`201`)
        • Tautological comparison in :func:`bottleneck.move.move_rank`
        removed (:issue:`207`, :issue:`212`)
      • Cleanup
        • The ez_setup.py module is no longer packaged (:issue:`211`)
        • Building documentation is now self-contained in make doc
        (:issue:`214`)
        • Codebase now flake8 compliant and run on every commit
        • Codebase now uses black for autoformatting (:issue:`253`)
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 1.3.1-1.1 to 1.3.1-1.2

Mar 11
  • specfile:
    • update copyright year
  • update to version 1.3.1:
    • Bug Fixes
      • Fix memory leak in :func:`bottleneck.nanmedian` with the default
      argument of axis=None. Thanks to @jsmodic for reporting!
      (:issue:`276`, :issue:`278`)
      • Add regression test for memory leak case (:issue:`279`)
    • changes from version 1.3.0:
      • Project Updates
        • Bottleneck has a new maintainer, Christopher Whelan (@qwhelan on
        GitHub).
        • Documentation now hosted at https://bottleneck.readthedocs.io
        • 1.3.x will be the last release to support Python 2.7
        • Bottleneck now supports and is tested against Python 3.7 and
        • 8. (:issue:`211`, :issue:`268`)
        • The LICENSE file has been restructured to only include the
        license for the Bottleneck project to aid license audit tools. There has been no change to the licensing of Bottleneck.
        • Licenses for other projects incorporated by Bottleneck are now
        reproduced in full in separate files in the LICENSES/ directory (eg, LICENSES/NUMPY_LICENSE)
        • All licenses have been updated. Notably, setuptools is now MIT
        licensed and no longer under the ambiguous dual PSF/Zope license.
        • Bottleneck now uses PEP 518 for specifying build dependencies,
        with per Python version specifications (:issue:`247`)
      • Enhancements
        • Remove numpydoc package from Bottleneck source distribution
        • :func:`bottleneck.slow.reduce.nansum` and
        :func:`bottleneck.slow.reduce.ss` now longer coerce output to have the same dtype as input
        • Test (tox, travis, appveyor) against latest numpy (in conda)
        • Performance benchmarking also available via asv
        • versioneer now used for versioning (:issue:`213`)
        • Test suite now uses pytest as nose is deprecated (:issue:`222`)
        • python setup.py build_ext --inplace is now incremental
        (:issue:`224`)
        • python setup.py clean now cleans all artifacts (:issue:`226`)
        • Compiler feature support now identified by testing rather than
        hardcoding (:issue:`227`)
        • The BN_OPT_3 macro allows selective use of -O3 at the function
        level (:issue:`223`)
        • Contributors are now automatically cited in the release notes
        (:issue:`244`)
      • Performance
        • Speed up :func:`bottleneck.reduce.anynan` and
        :func:`bottleneck.reduce.allnan` by 2x via BN_OPT_3
        (:issue:`223`)
        • All functions covered by asv benchmarks
        • :func:`bottleneck.nonreduce.replace` speedup of 4x via more
        explicit typing (:issue:`239`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.reduce.median` up to 2x faster for
        Fortran-ordered arrays (:issue:`248`)
      • Bug Fixes
        • Documentation fails to build on Python 3 (:issue:`170`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.benchmark.bench` crashes on python 3.6.3,
        numpy 1.13.3 (:issue:`175`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.nonreduce_axis.push` raises when n=None is
        explicitly passed (:issue:`178`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.reduce.nansum` wrong output when a =
        np.ones((2, 2))[..., np.newaxis] same issue of other reduce functions (:issue:`183`)
        • Silenced FutureWarning from NumPy in the slow version of move
        functions (:issue:`194`)
        • Installing bottleneck onto a system that does not already have
        Numpy (:issue:`195`)
        • Memory leaked when input was not a NumPy array (:issue:`201`)
        • Tautological comparison in :func:`bottleneck.move.move_rank`
        removed (:issue:`207`, :issue:`212`)
      • Cleanup
        • The ez_setup.py module is no longer packaged (:issue:`211`)
        • Building documentation is now self-contained in make doc
        (:issue:`214`)
        • Codebase now flake8 compliant and run on every commit
        • Codebase now uses black for autoformatting (:issue:`253`)
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-13.fc32 to 1.2.1-14.fc32

Feb 08
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 debug/oss: Version 1.2.1-lp152.3.4 introduced

Jan 07
  • update to version 1.2.1:
    • #156 Installing bottleneck when two versions of NumPy are present
    • #157 Compiling on Ubuntu 14.04 inside a Windows 7 WMware
    • #159 Occasional segmentation fault in nanargmin, nanargmax, median, and nanmedian when all of the following conditions are met: axis is None, input array is 2d or greater, and input array is not C contiguous.
    • #163 Reducing np.array([2**31], dtype=np.int64) overflows on Windows
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Fedora 31 releases/Everything-debug-tree: Version 1.2.1-10.fc31 introduced

Jan 07
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 1.2.1-1.8 to 1.3.1-1.1

Nov 29
  • specfile:
    • update copyright year
  • update to version 1.3.1:
    • Bug Fixes
      • Fix memory leak in :func:`bottleneck.nanmedian` with the default
      argument of axis=None. Thanks to @jsmodic for reporting!
      (:issue:`276`, :issue:`278`)
      • Add regression test for memory leak case (:issue:`279`)
    • changes from version 1.3.0:
      • Project Updates
        • Bottleneck has a new maintainer, Christopher Whelan (@qwhelan on
        GitHub).
        • Documentation now hosted at https://bottleneck.readthedocs.io
        • 1.3.x will be the last release to support Python 2.7
        • Bottleneck now supports and is tested against Python 3.7 and
        • 8. (:issue:`211`, :issue:`268`)
        • The LICENSE file has been restructured to only include the
        license for the Bottleneck project to aid license audit tools. There has been no change to the licensing of Bottleneck.
        • Licenses for other projects incorporated by Bottleneck are now
        reproduced in full in separate files in the LICENSES/ directory (eg, LICENSES/NUMPY_LICENSE)
        • All licenses have been updated. Notably, setuptools is now MIT
        licensed and no longer under the ambiguous dual PSF/Zope license.
        • Bottleneck now uses PEP 518 for specifying build dependencies,
        with per Python version specifications (:issue:`247`)
      • Enhancements
        • Remove numpydoc package from Bottleneck source distribution
        • :func:`bottleneck.slow.reduce.nansum` and
        :func:`bottleneck.slow.reduce.ss` now longer coerce output to have the same dtype as input
        • Test (tox, travis, appveyor) against latest numpy (in conda)
        • Performance benchmarking also available via asv
        • versioneer now used for versioning (:issue:`213`)
        • Test suite now uses pytest as nose is deprecated (:issue:`222`)
        • python setup.py build_ext --inplace is now incremental
        (:issue:`224`)
        • python setup.py clean now cleans all artifacts (:issue:`226`)
        • Compiler feature support now identified by testing rather than
        hardcoding (:issue:`227`)
        • The BN_OPT_3 macro allows selective use of -O3 at the function
        level (:issue:`223`)
        • Contributors are now automatically cited in the release notes
        (:issue:`244`)
      • Performance
        • Speed up :func:`bottleneck.reduce.anynan` and
        :func:`bottleneck.reduce.allnan` by 2x via BN_OPT_3
        (:issue:`223`)
        • All functions covered by asv benchmarks
        • :func:`bottleneck.nonreduce.replace` speedup of 4x via more
        explicit typing (:issue:`239`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.reduce.median` up to 2x faster for
        Fortran-ordered arrays (:issue:`248`)
      • Bug Fixes
        • Documentation fails to build on Python 3 (:issue:`170`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.benchmark.bench` crashes on python 3.6.3,
        numpy 1.13.3 (:issue:`175`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.nonreduce_axis.push` raises when n=None is
        explicitly passed (:issue:`178`)
        • :func:`bottleneck.reduce.nansum` wrong output when a =
        np.ones((2, 2))[..., np.newaxis] same issue of other reduce functions (:issue:`183`)
        • Silenced FutureWarning from NumPy in the slow version of move
        functions (:issue:`194`)
        • Installing bottleneck onto a system that does not already have
        Numpy (:issue:`195`)
        • Memory leaked when input was not a NumPy array (:issue:`201`)
        • Tautological comparison in :func:`bottleneck.move.move_rank`
        removed (:issue:`207`, :issue:`212`)
      • Cleanup
        • The ez_setup.py module is no longer packaged (:issue:`211`)
        • Building documentation is now self-contained in make doc
        (:issue:`214`)
        • Codebase now flake8 compliant and run on every commit
        • Codebase now uses black for autoformatting (:issue:`253`)
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-12.fc32 to 1.2.1-13.fc32

Oct 05
  • Fix URL
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-11.fc32 to 1.2.1-12.fc32

Oct 05
  • Rebuilt for Python 3.8.0rc1 (#1748018)
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-10.fc31 to 1.2.1-11.fc32

Aug 24
  • Rebuilt for Python 3.8
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-9.fc31 to 1.2.1-10.fc31

Aug 03
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 1.2.1-1.7 to 1.2.1-1.8

Jul 16
  • update to version 1.2.1:
    • #156 Installing bottleneck when two versions of NumPy are present
    • #157 Compiling on Ubuntu 14.04 inside a Windows 7 WMware
    • #159 Occasional segmentation fault in nanargmin, nanargmax, median, and nanmedian when all of the following conditions are met: axis is None, input array is 2d or greater, and input array is not C contiguous.
    • #163 Reducing np.array([2**31], dtype=np.int64) overflows on Windows
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-8.fc30 to 1.2.1-9.fc31

2019-06-29
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 1.2.1-1.5 to 1.2.1-1.7

2019-06-19
  • update to version 1.2.1:
    • #156 Installing bottleneck when two versions of NumPy are present
    • #157 Compiling on Ubuntu 14.04 inside a Windows 7 WMware
    • #159 Occasional segmentation fault in nanargmin, nanargmax, median, and nanmedian when all of the following conditions are met: axis is None, input array is 2d or greater, and input array is not C contiguous.
    • #163 Reducing np.array([2**31], dtype=np.int64) overflows on Windows
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Fedora 30 releases-test/Everything-debug-tree: Version 1.2.1-8.fc30 introduced

2019-06-17
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Fedora 30 releases/Everything-debug-tree: Version 1.2.1-8.fc30 introduced

2019-06-17
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Fedora rawhide development/Everything-debug-tree: Updated from 1.2.1-7.fc29 to 1.2.1-8.fc30

2019-02-12
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OpenSUSE Tumbleweed debug/oss: Updated from 1.2.1-1.4 to 1.2.1-1.5

2019-02-03
  • update to version 1.2.1:
    • #156 Installing bottleneck when two versions of NumPy are present
    • #157 Compiling on Ubuntu 14.04 inside a Windows 7 WMware
    • #159 Occasional segmentation fault in nanargmin, nanargmax, median, and nanmedian when all of the following conditions are met: axis is None, input array is 2d or greater, and input array is not C contiguous.
    • #163 Reducing np.array([2**31], dtype=np.int64) overflows on Windows
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OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 debug/oss: Version 1.2.1-lp151.2.4 introduced

2019-01-23
  • update to version 1.2.1:
    • #156 Installing bottleneck when two versions of NumPy are present
    • #157 Compiling on Ubuntu 14.04 inside a Windows 7 WMware
    • #159 Occasional segmentation fault in nanargmin, nanargmax, median, and nanmedian when all of the following conditions are met: axis is None, input array is 2d or greater, and input array is not C contiguous.
    • #163 Reducing np.array([2**31], dtype=np.int64) overflows on Windows

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