[Numpy-discussion] [OFFTOPIC] creating/working NumPy-ndarrays in C++
Hänel Nikolaus Valentin
Tue Apr 10 08:08:25 CDT 2012
* Chris Barker <email@example.com> [2012-04-09]:
> 2012/4/9 Hänel Nikolaus Valentin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> >> that looks like it hasn't been updated since 2006 -- I"d say that
> >> makes it a non-starter
> > Yeah, thats what I thought... Until I found it in several production
> > codes...
> are they maintaining it?
Well, no... thats «legacy code» that was handed down to me, more or
> >> 4?
> > http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_49_0/libs/python/doc/v2/numeric.html
> > (old)
> > https://github.com/ndarray/Boost.NumPy
> > (new)
> > http://code.google.com/p/numpy-boost/
> (also pretty old -- I see this:)
> - Numpy (numpy.scipy.org) (Tested versions: 1.1.1, though >= 1.0 should work)
> - Python (www.python.org) (Tested versions: 2.5.2, though >= 2.3 should work)
> both pretty old versions.
> also pretty old.
> So I'd go with the actively maintained on -- or Cython -- what I can
> tell you is that Cython is being very widely used in the
> numerical/scientific computing community -- but I haven't seen a lot
> of Boost users. Maybe they use different mailing lists, and dont go to
> SciPy or Pycon...
Yeah, I would choose cython... if I had a choice...
I have had boost.python mentioned a single time throughout the last four
editions of EuroScipy2012
> I'm not sure you made your use case clear -- are you writing C++
> specifically for calling form Python? or are you working on a C++ lib
> that will be used in C++ apps as well as Python apps?
Currently just curious about the different tools available to
fascilitate interoperability between numpy and boost.python.
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