Python numpy.compat() 使用实例

The following are code examples for showing how to use . They are extracted from open source Python projects. You can vote up the examples you like or vote down the exmaples you don’t like. You can also save this page to your account.

Example 1

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 2

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 3

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 4

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 5

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 
点赞

发表评论

电子邮件地址不会被公开。 必填项已用*标注