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Merge pull request #4892 from ev-br/doctests_on_steroids

MAINT+CI: use for running doctests

Apply relaxed result checking in doctests in tools/
Run refguide check as a part of one of the Travis-CI runs.
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benchmarks ENH: Benchmarks for interpolate module
doc Merge pull request #4976 from aeklant/threshold
scipy Merge pull request #4859 from aarchiba/logsumexp_sign
tools MAINT: tools/ misc fixes and cleanups + friendlier …
.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: Add scipy.special.exprel relative error exponential function
.gitmodules DOC: link to numpydoc via a git submodule
.travis.yml CI: move refguide check to test run, to avoid unnecessary scipy rebuild
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HACKING.rst.txt DOC: remove outdated info from HACKING.txt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: fix Numpy version requirement 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 BUG: stats: improve the numerical stability of hypergeom.logsf REL: set version to 0.17.0-dev0, add 0.17.0 release notes.
bscript BLD: some updates to Bento config files and docs. Closes gh-3978. MAINT: ensure release notes always get gpg signed REL: update release scripts before 0.16.x branching. MAINT: tools/ misc fixes and cleanups + friendlier … REL: set version to 0.17.0-dev0, add 0.17.0 release notes. Revert "MAINT: remove setup*egg*.py -- always use setuptools, if pres…
site.cfg.example DOC: update site.cfg.example. Mostly taken over from Numpy
tox.ini BLD: ignore pep8 E302 (expected 2 blank lines, found 1)



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