[Numpy-discussion] Ironclad v0.7 released (NumPy on IronPython)

William Reade william@resolversystems....
Thu Nov 27 11:28:58 CST 2008


Hi all

Hopefully someone here will be interested in this, and it won't be 
considered too spammy... please let me know if this isn't welcome, and 
I'll desist in future.

I'm delighted to announce the release of Ironclad v0.7, which is now 
available from http://code.google.com/p/ironclad/downloads/list . This 
release is a major step forward:

* Runs transparently on vanilla IronPython 2.0RC2, without creating 
extra PythonEngines or breaking .NET namespace imports
* Many numpy 1.2 tests (from the core, fft, lib, linalg and random 
subpackages) now reliably pass (run "ipy numpytests.py" from the build 
directory)
* Significant performance improvements (by several orders of magnitude 
in some places :D)

So... if you want to use numpy (or other C extension modules) with 
IronPython on Win32, please download it and try it out; I'm very keen to 
hear your experiences, and to know which neglected features will be most 
useful to you.

Cheers
William


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