[SciPy-user] SciPy and Cython
Mon Jan 19 12:41:34 CST 2009
I am used to resorting to f2py for the numerical intensive bottlenecks
of my Python codes.
However, I have recently come across Cython. From the examples on:
it looks like I can directly write my functions in Python and then
easily build a Cython extension.
This sounds sweet music to me, but the fact is that more often than
now my functions would need a scipy array as an input.
I read somewhere that Cython is better integrated with numpy rather
than scipy; is this really the case?
Can anyone tell me if there is any caveat I should be aware of when
writing Cython extensions which operate on, let's say, numpy arrays?
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