Subject: Re: [boost] Extending Boost.Python with NumPy support
From: Gavin Lambert (gavinl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-10-04 18:03:42
On 4/10/2016 09:38, Peter Dimov wrote:
> Stefan Seefeld wrote:
>> Whether the new API lives in a top-level namespace (boost::numpy) or
>> not (boost::python::numeric or boost::python::numpy) is secondary IMO.
> Logically, if this new library can't be used without Boost.Python, it's
> more of a sublibrary/extension to Boost.Python rather than a separate
> library. So it would make more sense, in my opinion, to have it in
Boost has a sub-library structure; it should be used for this case.
(As a sub-library, it's entirely up to the Boost.Python maintainers and
does not require separate review. As a top-level library, it would need
at least a mini review, if not a full review. Or at least that's the
way I see it.)
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