Fwd: fft_sink_c.win._points


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On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 17:23 -1000, Christian Kendi wrote:

What happend?

This may be a side effect of how we implemented the GL/non-GL import
into a common Python namespace. I’ll take a look at it (or Josh, feel
free).

-Johnathan


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Hi,

any update on this issue ?

Chris.

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Hi,

any update on this issue ?

Chris.

El Nov 12, 2008, a las 10:35 PM, Johnathan C.
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On Tue, 2008-11-18 at 11:27 -0500, Christian Kendi wrote:

This may be a side effect of how we implemented the GL/non-GL import
into a common Python namespace.

My initial guess was wrong.

The _points variable was never intended to be used externally, and when
the GL version of the fftsink was created, it was replaced by ‘samples’.

It should be the case (though I haven’t tested it) that if you are using
the non-GL sink, you can still access fft_sink_c.win._points, otherwise,
you need to use fft_sink_c.win.samples. However, no promises that this
will stay the same in the future.

A solution to this would be to add a getter function with a well-defined
name that we’d promise to maintain, but it is somewhat questionable the
usefulness of this value anyway.

-Johnathan