Subject: [boost] Extending Boost.Python with NumPy support
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-09-30 11:55:59
I'm presently working on a few improvements to the Boost.Python module.
As part of this I'm refactoring the numeric API to actually support
NumPy. There has been quite a lot of effort we put into this in the past
(notably a GSoC project I mentored a few years ago), but we never
managed to include this into the Boost master branch, so it's never been
As I'm now getting ready to polish this work off, I wonder whether any
of this would require a formal submission as a new Boost library, or
whether it can just be done under the Boost.Python umbrella ? I reckon
this is somewhat of a gray area, so I'd like to clarify whether there
are concrete rules for what changes / additions require a formal review
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