[IPython-dev] ipython-0.9.0.bzr.r1016-py2.5.win32-setup.exe?? [was: Re: Win32 IPython1?]

Alex Brown Alexander_Brown@uml....
Thu Sep 4 13:01:19 CDT 2008


Hi - I've installed 
http://ipython.scipy.org/dist/testing/ipython-0.9.rc1.win32-setup.exe 
with the Enthought Python 2.5 Distribution (EPD,  
http://enthought.com/products/epd.php), DeinoMPI (http://mpi.deino.net), 
mpi4py (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/mpi4py) and VS03 as I described.  
VS03's compiler and libraries are required to build and install mpi4py 
for EPD, apparently because that's the original EPD build environment.   
Have not had a chance to run thorough tests but everything seems to 
build and operate correctly.

Thanks again -

Alex Brown <Alexander_Brown@uml.edu>
http://gis.uml.edu/abrown2




Fernando Perez wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 17, 2008 at 2:41 PM, Alex Brown <Alexander_Brown@uml.edu> wrote:
>   
>> Thanks!   I did get IPython working after your merge, with Python 2.5
>> (EPD).  There were several steps in the installation.  I am now going into
>> an IT rework phase to prepare my instructional/computational cluster for the
>> next semester (reloading disks with 50GB of software and data, including
>> IPython and MPI) and this should speed things up a great deal.  However,
>> with my MPI choice for this Win32 cluster (DeinoMPI) the mpi4py installation
>> requires specifically the 2003 version of the MS Visual Studio C++ compiler
>> to be present, so it's still going to be a pain in the neck.  But it will
>> work.  I will try this win32 installer and see if it speeds things up, or
>> shows any problems.
>>
>> Thanks again -
>>     
>
> No worries. And please do report back on the list.  The merge of
> ipython0/1 was a huge amount of work, but it should put us in a much
> better position to move the project forward.  So we'll be glad to hear
> your feedback.
>
> Regards,
>
> f
>
>   

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