Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC 2011 - Do we need to starting thinking about it?
From: Andrew Sutton (asutton.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-01-24 14:50:57
> Project: Boost.Python improvements for NumPy bindings
> Boost.Python currently does have some support for NumPy arrays. However,
> that is very limited, and doesn't expose any real C(++) API with access to
> raw memory.
> A variety of improvements (and even specific implementations) have been
> discussed over recent months (search the relevant boost mailing lists !),
> which any successful applicant should draw inspiration from.
> Mentors: Stefan Seefeld, ???
> How does this sound ? (And, I believe that such a project is small and
> focused enough to give good chances to succeed, including proper testing and
That sounds like a great project. I would write it a little more vaguely,
== Boost.Python and NumPy ==
Boost.Python currently has limited support for NumPy arrays.
The instructions on the project page will (eventually) require people to
find more specific requirements on the mailing list and (hopefully) engage
the community to further refine the project goals.
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