Python numpy.compat() Examples

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Example 1
Project: recruit   Author: Frank-qlu   File: nosetester.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 2
Project: lambda-packs   Author: ryfeus   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 3
Project: auto-alt-text-lambda-api   Author: abhisuri97   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
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
Project: vnpy_crypto   Author: birforce   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 5
Project: Mastering-Elasticsearch-7.0   Author: PacktPublishing   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 6
Project: GraphicDesignPatternByPython   Author: Relph1119   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 7
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 8
Project: pySINDy   Author: luckystarufo   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 9
Project: mxnet-lambda   Author: awslabs   File: nosetester.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
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 10
Project: Splunking-Crime   Author: nccgroup   File: nosetester.py    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
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 11
Project: elasticintel   Author: securityclippy   File: nosetester.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
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 12
Project: coffeegrindsize   Author: jgagneastro   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 13
Project: Carnets   Author: holzschu   File: nosetester.py    License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 14
Project: Serverless-Deep-Learning-with-TensorFlow-and-AWS-Lambda   Author: PacktPublishing   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 15
Project: twitter-stock-recommendation   Author: alvarobartt   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0,
                 check_fpu_mode=False):
        # 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

        # Whether to check for FPU mode changes
        self.check_fpu_mode = check_fpu_mode 
Example 16
Project: keras-lambda   Author: sunilmallya   File: nosetester.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
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