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ANN: numarray-1.3.1

Release Notes for numarray-1.3.1

Numarray is an array processing package designed to efficiently
manipulate large multi-dimensional arrays.  Numarray is modelled after
Numeric and features c-code generated from python template scripts,
the capacity to operate directly on arrays in files, arrays of
heterogeneous records, string arrays, and in-place operation on
memory mapped files.

I. ENHANCEMENTS

None.   1.3.1 fixes the problem with gcc-3.4.3

II. BUGS FIXED / CLOSED

1152323 /usr/include/fenv.h:96: error: conflicting types for 'fegete
1185024 numarray-1.2.3 fails to compile with gcc-3.4.3
1187162 Numarray 1.3.0 installation failure

See
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=450446&group_id=1369&func=browse
for more details.




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