[SciPy-user] numpy compatibility with third-party packages?
falted at pytables.org
Tue Jan 10 05:46:30 CST 2006
I'm working to provide an interface to the new numpy for PyTables.
However, I can't make promises about the time-frame of a public
release (we plan to include some other features before doing this).
So, don't worry too much about that ;-)
A Dimarts 10 Gener 2006 10:35, Giovanni Samaey va escriure:
> Hi all,
> I have been making quite intensive use of scipy over the last year(s),
> and something that has been a pain for me with the new scipy is the
> combined use
> of e.g. scipy and mpipython or scipy and pytables etc.
> The issue is that mpipython and pytables assume that you are feeding
> them numarray
> or Numeric arrays, and they don't know the new numpy objects. Sometimes
> Numeric.array(...) before sending and scipy.array(...) after getting
> them returns wrong
> results without me noticing what happened. Also, this is not really
> handy for programming.
> Are there efforts to make such packages use new numpy, or efforts to let
> arrays present them
> in the "expected" way (this is probably silly). Or are there plans to
> make scipy such a fantastic
> collection of packages that we do not need the "outside world" anymore?
> Do other people have this problem?
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