As usual, thanks very much for making Numba!
There is a
recompile() function available on jitted functions. It would be great if it allowed the user to change the original parameters from when the function was first jitted.
In particular, I would like to be able to switch between
parallel=False in functions that I import from external Python packages and that have been jitted one way or the other by default.
There is a hack for doing this, as explained in post #1125 (I cannot write links in my posts here). But it is a really hacky way of doing it, so I think it would be much nicer to be able to change the arguments when calling
recompile() on the jitted functions.
Would this be possible to implement? Or is it too difficult and not worth the hassle?