[Numpy-discussion] Re: Numpy2 and GSL

Jochen Küpper jochen at jochen-kuepper.de
Mon Nov 26 16:34:01 CST 2001


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On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 08:21:40 +0100 Martin Wiechert wrote:

Martin> Are there any plans to wrap GSL for Numpy2?
Martin> I did not actually try it (It's not Python ;-)),
Martin> but it looks clean and powerful.

There is actually a project to wrap gsl for python:
  http://pygsl.sourceforge.net/
It only provides wrapper for the special functions, but more is to
come. (Hopefully Achim will put the cvs on sf soon.)

Yes, I agree, PyGSL should be fully integrated with Numpy2, but it
should probably also remain a separate project -- as Numpy should stay
a base layer for all kind of numerical stuff and hopefully make it
into core python at some point (my personal wish, no more, AFAICT!).

I think when PyGSL will fully go to SF (or anything similar) more
people would start contributing and we should have a fine general
numerical algorithms library for python soon!

Greetings,
Jochen
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