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Merge pull request #4021 from insertinterestingnamehere/cyblas

ENH: Cython api for lapack and blas
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benchmarks BENCH: add special.erf benchmarks
doc Merge pull request #4021 from insertinterestingnamehere/cyblas
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tools BUG: Fixed test failures for the Cython BLAS and LAPACK API.
.coveragerc MAINT: add .coveragerc file to limit content of .coverage file to scipy.
.gitattributes MAINT: drop Cython from .gitattributes (no longer in repo)
.gitignore ENH: Changed the Cython api for BLAS and LAPACK to link directly against
.gitmodules DOC: link to numpydoc via a git submodule
.travis.yml MAINT: add benchmarks to Travis-CI pyflakes+pep8 checks
BENTO_BUILD.txt BLD: some updates to Bento config files and docs. Closes gh-3978.
HACKING.rst.txt DOC: remove outdated info from HACKING.txt
INSTALL.rst.txt DOC: Increase required Cython version listed in INSTALL.rst.txt.
LICENSE.txt Fix PEP8 W391 issues (blank line at end of file). MAINT: don't bundle everything in benchmarks/* to installation
README.rst Fix PEP8 W391 issues (blank line at end of file).
THANKS.txt DOC: Added Ian Henriksen to THANKS.txt for the Cython BLAS/LAPACK API. BLD: some updates to Bento config files and docs. Closes gh-3978.
bscript BLD: some updates to Bento config files and docs. Closes gh-3978. MAINT: fix up paver script, correct paths on windows, py 3.4, sha256 … MAINT: forward port changes to release scripts from 0.13.x branch MAINT: make --bench-compare use asv continuous and not sto… Merge pull request #4512 from ahjulstad/dev-version-number Revert "MAINT: remove setup*egg*.py -- always use setuptools, if pres…
site.cfg.example Fix PEP8 W391 issues (blank line at end of file).
tox.ini BLD: ignore pep8 E302 (expected 2 blank lines, found 1)



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