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Numexpr is a fast numerical expression evaluator for NumPy.  With it,
expressions that operate on arrays (like "3*a+4*b") are accelerated
and use less memory than doing the same calculation in Python.

For source-code of Numexpr for Mer / Nemo / Sailfish, see the Mer COBS site project.


Application versions: 
File python3-numexpr-2.4-10.2.1.jolla_.armv7hl.rpm166.7 KB05/11/2014 - 00:03

- Update to 2.4
* A new `contains()` function has been added for detecting substrings
in strings. Only plain strings (bytes) are supported for now. See
PR #135 and ticket #142. Thanks to Marcin Krol.
* New version of that allows better management of NumPy
dependency. See PR #133. Thanks to Aleks Bunin.
- update to 2.3.1
* Added support for shift-left (<<) and shift-right (>>) binary operators.
See PR #131. Thanks to fish2000!
* Removed the rpath flag for the GCC linker, because it is probably
not necessary and it chokes to clang.
- update to 2.3
* Site has been migrated to All
new tickets and PR should be directed there.
* [ENH] A `conj()` function for computing the conjugate of complex
arrays has been added. Thanks to David Menéndez. See PR #125.
* [FIX] Fixed a DeprecationWarning derived of using oa_ndim == 0 and
op_axes == NULL when using NpyIter_AdvancedNew() and NumPy 1.8.
Thanks to Mark Wiebe for advise on how to fix this properly.