[SciPy-dev] Access to C/C++, typemaps, pyrex...

Prabhu Ramachandran prabhu_r at users.sf.net
Sun Mar 12 23:51:14 CST 2006


>>>>> "Fernando" == Fernando Perez <Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu> writes:

    Fernando> Hi all, there are recurrent questions on the topic of
    Fernando> low-level access to numpy, wrapping libraries, etc.
    Fernando> Many people have home-brewed SWIG typemaps, the cookbook
    Fernando> has some (very nice) pyrex examples, etc.  I think that
[...]
    Fernando> ... I think we would all benefit from having this kind
    Fernando> of 'infrastructure' code in the core.  Once there,
    Fernando> improvements can be made over time, with less effort
    Fernando> wasted.

+3 (one for each).

    Fernando> If we agree on this, it's as simple as dropping those
    Fernando> two directories somewhere on the numpy codebase
    Fernando> (sandbox?, doc?).  Just having them 'officially'
    Fernando> available will be a benefit, I think.

Yes, this will certainly be very useful.

regards,
prabhu





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