[Numpy-discussion] Where can I download numpy.i?

Brandt Belson bbelson@princeton....
Sun Feb 27 12:26:09 CST 2011


Thanks, but I just downloaded the source for versions 1.5.1 and 1.4.1 and
neither appear to have a swig directory in doc or numpy/doc. Are you sure
that it is included with the standard download from
 http://sourceforge.net/projects/numpy/files/NumPy/
?
Is there another way to get the file?
Thanks

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> Den 26.02.2011 16:09, skrev Jaidev Deshpande:
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> > How can I know the size of the largest possible 2-D array in numpy,
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> The largest array size is not dicatated by system memory but virtual
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> I just want to know exactly how to get the file numpy.i (for SWIG), I've
> come across links that seem to take me nowhere.
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> When you download numpy, it should be in doc/swig/numpy.i
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> On Feb 26, 2011, at 6:15 PM, Brandt Belson wrote:
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> > I just want to know exactly how to get the file numpy.i (for SWIG), I've
> come across links that seem to take me nowhere.
> > Thank you.
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