[SciPy-user] ANN: PyDSTool now compatible with numpy 1.0.1, scipy 0.5.2 and 64-bit CPUs.
Tue Feb 20 14:59:53 CST 2007
On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 21:42:45 +0100
Stef Mientki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Sounds GREAT !
> thank you !
> I just took a quick look,
> the comparison to SimuLink looks good,
> now if someone could make a comparison with Modelica ;-)
> Stef Mientki
> Rob Clewley wrote:
>> We are pleased to announce version 0.84 of PyDSTool, an
>> dynamical systems simulation, modeling, and analysis
>> This long-overdue release is primarily intended to bring
>> PyDSTool functionality up to date with the latest numpy
>>and scipy releases
>> (previous versions required scipy 0.3.2, numarray,
>> Also, PyDSTool is now compatible with 64-bit CPUs.
>> While we have added a few new features and made several
>> improvements to functionality are in the pipeline for
>> Please see http://pydstool.sourceforge.net for release
>>notes and documentation,
>> and http://sourceforge.net/projects/pydstool for
>>downloading. As ever, please
>> send us feedback if you have any problems with this new
>>release or ideas and
>> code contributions for future releases.
>> Rob, Erik, and Drew.
>> Center for Applied Mathematics,
>> Cornell University.
>> PyDSTool is an integrated simulation, modeling and
>> for dynamical systems, written in Python (and partly in
>>C). It is
>> being developed at Cornell University, and the source
>> available under the terms of the BSD license. PyDSTool
>>runs on Linux,
>> Windows, and Macs, and aims to have a minimal number of
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Is there a way to get PyDSTool via cvs ?
I cannot find any module at
Am I missing something ?
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