they could accidentally appear in the source distribution if sdist was run after a make -C doc.
These references were in MANIFEST.in, doc/summarize.py, release.sh, and numpy/testing/noseclasses.py and involved scons files that have been removed, mostly setupscons.py and setupsconsegg.py that were in the top level.
…from which one can build
…ngside numpy, as a separate package, which is not what we want. Use the manifest instead, since that's the only way I know of to include something in sdist-generated tarballs.
…s to not reverse dimensions.
…ts file for use in test.
…e files should be listed in setup_...py files.
not included literally in any Extension, only as a renamed copy: e.g. _na_compiled_base.c.
…. building binaries failed. Added sample_site.cfg to data_files. Emptied MANIFEST.in (later we can consider removing it).
…missing due to .build_py_ignore feature, so, we might consider dropping the feature.