Commit bc00b277 authored by Mozul Rémy's avatar Mozul Rémy

correct typo in README

parent a7bc1ba1
...@@ -2,15 +2,16 @@ ...@@ -2,15 +2,16 @@
Directory organisation Directory organisation
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logilab\_sprint : directory contains the source of the first test written logilab\_sprint : directory contains the sources of the first test written
during a sprint with logilab. during a sprint with logilab.
fortran\_copied\_db : extend previous example with complex data structure fortran\_copied\_db : extend previous example with complex data structure
to illustrate technical principal. It also presents to illustrate technical principle. It also presents
the first pitfall by doing copy without wanting it the first pitfall by doing copy without wanting it
on data which are not explicitely pointers on C side on data which are not explicitely pointers on C side.
fortran\_shared\_db : a modification of previous example to really share fortran\_shared\_db : a modification of previous example to really share
memory of every field of the data structure memory of every field of the data structure.
The following link has been used to instanciate a numpy array referencing The following link has been used to instanciate a numpy array referencing
a fortran allocated array : a fortran allocated array :
...@@ -27,7 +28,7 @@ Dependencies ...@@ -27,7 +28,7 @@ Dependencies
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A Fortran compiler implementing the iso\_c\_binding standard. A Fortran compiler implementing the iso\_c\_binding standard.
Cython and Python. Tested with: Cython, Python and NumPy. Tested with:
- gfortran 4.8.2 - gfortran 4.8.2
- python 2.7 - python 2.7
- numpy 1.8.0 - numpy 1.8.0
...@@ -39,4 +40,5 @@ To do ...@@ -39,4 +40,5 @@ To do
- Use cmake in one of the directories - Use cmake in one of the directories
- Try with python3 - Try with python3
- Sort how to reference properly the content of "weird" arrays - Sort how to reference properly the content of "weird" arrays
- Extensively test references count management
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