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Take decimal as primitive (#2637) #2869

merged 1 commit into from Oct 14, 2022


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Part of #2637

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What changes are included in this PR?

Uses the optimised take_primitive for decimal arrays, following #2857

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@github-actions github-actions bot added the arrow Changes to the arrow crate label Oct 14, 2022
@tustvold tustvold merged commit d7f994c into apache:master Oct 14, 2022
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ursabot commented Oct 14, 2022

Benchmark runs are scheduled for baseline = 1b69dd7 and contender = d7f994c. d7f994c is a master commit associated with this PR. Results will be available as each benchmark for each run completes.
Conbench compare runs links:
[Skipped ⚠️ Benchmarking of arrow-rs-commits is not supported on ec2-t3-xlarge-us-east-2] ec2-t3-xlarge-us-east-2
[Skipped ⚠️ Benchmarking of arrow-rs-commits is not supported on test-mac-arm] test-mac-arm
[Skipped ⚠️ Benchmarking of arrow-rs-commits is not supported on ursa-i9-9960x] ursa-i9-9960x
[Skipped ⚠️ Benchmarking of arrow-rs-commits is not supported on ursa-thinkcentre-m75q] ursa-thinkcentre-m75q
Buildkite builds:
Supported benchmarks:
ec2-t3-xlarge-us-east-2: Supported benchmark langs: Python, R. Runs only benchmarks with cloud = True
test-mac-arm: Supported benchmark langs: C++, Python, R
ursa-i9-9960x: Supported benchmark langs: Python, R, JavaScript
ursa-thinkcentre-m75q: Supported benchmark langs: C++, Java

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