[Numpy-discussion] Interface for numpy C-API <-> simple C++ matrix class
eric at enthought.com
Tue Feb 26 11:48:13 CST 2002
Weave optionally uses blitz arrays to represent NumPy objects:
Maybe something there will be of use.
> On Fri, 15 Feb 2002, Stefan Heinrichs wrote:
> > Hello,
> > we would like to write routines processing numerical python arrays in
> > C++, so that at least boundary checking can be enabled at runtime.
> > While there are a lot of matrix libraries available for C++, I could
> > not find the glue that interfaces such a library to the C-API of
> > numerical python. Seamless access to a minimal C++ library would make
> > the C++ part of programming much easier.
> That's clear i had the same problem long time ago,
> and i written a small wrapper to the blitz library (www.oonumerics.org):
> i hadn't time to iron out all the details so it isn't ready for general
> release, but it works.
> I'm courrently using some sort of template skeleton to write modules in
> python for my phd (it is 4d digital image processing): if you like to help
> me to develop it in a usable way this should be useful for other people as
> I think someone else has developed such a glue, under scipy (isn't?): just
> look at that.
> > Has anyone already written some wrapper/glue code?
> > Thanks and best regards,
> > Stefan
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