Ticket #347 (closed defect: fixed)
numpy.complex128_t etc. does not result in a Cython complex type
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The NumPy? complex numbers are defined as structs; this is a bit unintuitive. It should be changed so that:
- numpy.npy_complex128 is the NumPy? C struct type, for C API compatability. - numpy.complex128_t is defined as "double complex" directly
This is not fully correct as "double" isn't guaranteed to be 64-bit; but it is really hairy to support it correctly and for all practical purposes it should work.