Community Bonding - Progress Report16 May 2017
Hello there! It is the half-time in Community Bonding period, which will be officially closed in a couple of weeks. Since its been two weeks since I last posted, I thought it would be better to provide an update about the progress made.
I had a number of conversations with Isuru, a lot of which cornered around PR reviews and workarounds, and the plans for the next two weeks.
As a part of the community bonding, I’m becoming comfortable with
Cython syntax and programming nuances by the day. Though I’m not completely thorough with the language, I think undertaking some amount of work would be the best way through.
Here is a gist of the work I undertook till now:
#1269 Implemented additional functionalities for class
Float class and ported functions to
#1267 Removing redundant
inline declarations and moving implementations to
.cpp files from the headers
-Wsign-conversion flag and fixing the warnings
Derivative classes closer to their
Max functions from SymPy
SymEngine.py has a planned release (
0.3.0) scheduled for the 29th of this month, right before the official coding period begins. Hence, I will most probably be working on the pending PRs in the coming days.
In my proposal, I had also planned on porting over
SymEngine as a backend for simpler modules such as
Parsing, which would be my main goal for now, and I’ll continue with this till the Community Bonding period ends.
Catch you later!