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From Gilles Sadowski <gil...@harfang.homelinux.org>
Subject Re: [math] incompatible change in r936295
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2010 00:30:47 GMT

> > OK. So there is indeed an incompatible change between 2.1 and current (to
> > become 2.2). Is this really a problem? I mean, it could be seen as a bug
> > fix (i.e. it was a mistake to return the super-class type)!
> > Does the policy forbid such kind of fixes even if prevents the development
> > of CM code that depends on these fixes?
> 
> What exactly does postponing this change prevent?  Why can't we just
> cast the return if necessary?  The class itself is deprecated, to be
> removed I assume in 3.0, so I don't see much risk in our casting
> return types internally in the interim.  Am I missing something here?

No; I was.  I thought that you were referring to a similar code in the
"BicubicSplineInterpolator" class!
The "SmoothingBicubicSplineInterpolator" can be reverted with no further
thought.

> [...]

Sorry for the noise,
Gilles

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