[SciPy-user] Performance Python with Weave article updated

Prabhu Ramachandran prabhu at aero.iitm.ernet.in
Thu Sep 23 03:06:37 CDT 2004


>>>>> "FA" == Francesc Alted <falted at pytables.org> writes:

    FA> A Dimecres 22 Setembre 2004 19:48, Prabhu Ramachandran va
    FA> escriure:
    >> This is not to take anything away from Pyrex.  I'm excited
    >> about it too.  Its just that there are certain areas where
    >> weave really fits well.

    FA> <caution mode> I see. Well, in any case it's good to see many
    FA> alternatives for creating fast code that works well with
    FA> Python and C libraries. For me (and maybe for many
                  ^^^
Add C++ to that.  AFAIK, Pyrex does not *yet* work with C++ code
unless you provide a C API to the C++ library.

    FA> programmers, specially people that just want to access the
    FA> data and metadata of Numeric/numarray objects), Pyrex is just
    FA> great. But I recognize that weave/SWIG and others have its own
    FA> string points.

Sure.

    FA> By the way, you can do with the code I've sent whatever you
    FA> want, even including it in a publicly accessible tar ball :)

Thanks.

cheers,
prabhu



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