Point == None crashes my kernel

i’ve encountered a somewhat weird problem. In my code i had to check if one specific argument was provided by the user, so i did something in these lines :

import openturns
openturns.Point([1,1,1]) == None

this resulted in my kernel crashing and being unable to restart.

Once i’ve determined the root cause of the problem i was able to rewrite my code and to work around the problem. I just thought it could be useful to correct it in some future release



good catch, I’ll fix it
instead of “if x == None” we write these as “if x is None”, which works in the current version