[Numpy-discussion] libnumarray.h and NO_IMPORT_ARRAY

Todd Miller jmiller at stsci.edu
Thu Oct 10 06:26:05 CDT 2002


Philip Austin wrote:

>Todd Miller writes:
> > Can you send me the Numeric wrapper code or let me know where to
> > get it?
>
>It's now on the cvs main trunk:
>
>cvs -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.boost.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/boost login
>cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.boost.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/boost checkout boost
>
>You'll need all of boost if you want to try to compile/run the test
>code.  If you haven't worked with boost and boost.build (bjam)
>before, I could send my install notes.  If you'd just like to
>browse the code, the pertinent files are:
>
>boost/libs/python/test/numpy.cpp
>boost/libs/python/test/numpy.py
>boost/python/numeric.hpp
>
>and the new tutorial (which doesn't cover numpy yet) is
>quite good:
>
>boost/boost/libs/python/doc/tutorial
>
>as well as:
>
>boost/libs/python/doc/v2/reference.html
>(also without numpy documentation)
>
>Regards, Phil
>
I took a look at the files above trying to see what you're doing.  What 
I thought I would see, was some form of direct coupling between a module 
in boost and either the Numeric or numarray C-API.   However,  when I 
search the whole source tree (*.cpp *.hpp) I can find neither 
PyArrayObject, arrayobject.h, NDInfo, nor libnumarray.h.   So I'm not 
sure what part of any Numeric/numarray C-API you're using now (if any) 
and in particular, what isn't working for you.  Note:  numarray and 
Numeric are not totally compatible at either the C or Python levels, so 
either area could have been a source of difficulty.

Todd

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