[Numpy-discussion] ANNOUNCE: numarray-0.6

Sebastian Haase haase at msg.ucsf.edu
Sun Jul 20 13:13:08 CDT 2003


Congratulations ! And thanks for the nice work -- I'm 
going upgrade tomorrow...
And this time even the new documentation is already online 
;-)   [It's just somewhat sad that google still points to 
the 'numarray has moved!' page]

Question: In an email from May-20th (actually regarding 
rel.0.5) Todd wrote:
"However, there is a new API function which I added in 
response to your
  last post: NA_NewAllFromBuffer() which enables you to 
create arrays in C
  from existing buffer objects rather than just C arrays."

The 0.6 documentation doesn't mention that function - for 
now I probably have to read the source, right ?

BTW - We are already using a self-made version of that - 
allowing us to access the CCD images that get acquired 
from our Microspcope (mostly C++ code) as a 16-bit 
unsigned int numarray - in real time! --- It's just great, 
and people love it.

Thanks,
Sebastian Haase





On 19 Jul 2003 06:51:53 -0400
  Todd Miller <jmiller at stsci.edu> wrote:
>I forgot to regenerate the MANIFEST so the .tar.gz source 
>was
>incomplete.  It's fixed now.  
>
>Todd
>
>On Sat, 2003-07-19 at 04:09, Francesc Alted wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 
>> I've detected a problem during installation. It seems 
>>like if safethread
>> module is out of the final package:
>> 
>> inspiron:~/PyTables/pytables-0.6$ python2.3
>> Python 2.3b2 (#1, Jul  7 2003, 18:07:41)
>> [GCC 3.3.1 20030626 (Debian prerelease)] on linux2
>> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for 
>>more information.
>> >>> from numarray import *
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>   File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
>>   File 
>>"/usr/local/lib/python2.3/site-packages/numarray/__init__.py", 
>>line 1, 
>> in ?
>>     from numarrayall import *
>>   File 
>>"/usr/local/lib/python2.3/site-packages/numarray/numarrayall.py", 
>>line 
>> 2, in ?
>>     from generic import *
>>   File 
>>"/usr/local/lib/python2.3/site-packages/numarray/generic.py", 
>>line 918, 
>> in ?
>>     import numarraycore as _nc
>>   File 
>>"/usr/local/lib/python2.3/site-packages/numarray/numarraycore.py", 
>>line 
>> 1125, in ?
>>     import ufunc
>>   File 
>>"/usr/local/lib/python2.3/site-packages/numarray/ufunc.py", 
>>line 16, in 
>> ?
>>     import safethread
>> ImportError: No module named safethread
>> 
>> However, I have copied it after a previous CVS version, 
>>and that seems enough:
>> 
>> >>> from numarray import *
>> >>> import numarray.testall as testall
>> >>> testall.test()
>> *** Tester.merge: 'numarray.numtest.ratioarr' in both 
>>testers; summing 
>> outcomes.
>> *** Tester.merge: 'numarray.numtest.comparr' in both 
>>testers; summing 
>> outcomes.
>> *** Tester.merge: 'numarray.numtest' in both testers; 
>>summing outcomes.
>> *** Tester.merge: 'numarray.numtest.dtp' in both 
>>testers; summing outcomes.
>> *** Tester.merge: 'numarray.numtest.test' in both 
>>testers; summing outcomes.
>> *** Tester.merge: 'numarray.numtest.dummy' in both 
>>testers; summing outcomes.
>> numeric:  (0, 1037)
>> records:  (0, 48)
>> strings:  (0, 168)
>> memmap:  (0, 75)
>-- 
>Todd Miller <jmiller at stsci.edu>
>
>
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