[SciPy-user] Bundling numpy/scipy with applications

Sebastian Haase haase@msg.ucsf....
Tue Nov 13 06:44:59 CST 2007


Hi,
This might be a heratic idea (in this context):

But how "bad" is it really, to just build all components,
put them in one place, and distribute them as a  zip/tar-archive ?
PYTHONPATH would need to be adjusted as needed - either in a place
like .bashrc or in 3-line script that would then substitute the
"python"-call.

This is of course least feancy, but might be most effective -
especially if it is only for a releatively small group of people.

Cheers,
Sebastian Haase


On Nov 12, 2007 9:26 PM, Michael Hearne <mhearne@usgs.gov> wrote:
> I'm creating a Python application that is internal to my organization, but
> will be installed on both Linux and Mac OS X machines.  The application
> depends heavily on a number of "non-pure" modules (those that have
> C/C++/FORTRAN components), like numpy, scipy, gdal, etc.
>
> What is the most "pythonic" way to bundle these types of modules inside my
> application?
>
> I've investigated dist_utils and setuptools, and I don't see an easy way
> with those tools to include build instructions for packages built with
> autconf tools.
>
> Is my only recourse to write a custom install script that calls the
> "configure;make;make install" from a shell?
>
> --Mike
>
>
>
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