[Numpy-discussion] A step toward merging odeint and ode
Wed Aug 15 03:42:18 CDT 2012
Le mardi 14 août 2012 à 21:21 +0200, Ralf Gommers a écrit :
> On Sun, Aug 12, 2012, Fabrice Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I made a pull request  to integrate the LSODA solver that
> is used in odeint into the modular scipy.integrate.ode generic
> class. In a similar way as for vode, it just wraps the already
> present lsoda.f file (see .pyf file) and exposes it within an
> IntegratorBase subclass adjusting the coefficients before
> calling lsoda.
> Does that mean that odeint can be made a wrapper around lsoda and that
> the odepack static extension can be completely removed?
The pull request allows to run the integration using the object-oriented
interface ode, with the same solver than the odeint interface uses, i.e.
lsoda, extending the integrators available for the object-oriented
As I understand the scipy.integrate architecture, we are by now
* the odepack library, which has all the fortran sources required by
lsoda and vode at least.
* the _odepack extension, which defines the _odepack module needed by
This latter would be removable, and odeint a wrapper around the lsoda
pyf'ed function. I suppose you are talking about the _odepack extension,
am I wrong?
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