[SciPy-user] python windows set up

Sebastian Haase haase@msg.ucsf....
Mon Mar 16 14:57:36 CDT 2009


Hi Karl,
sorry for advertising my own stuff....
but maybe you wouldn't mind trying this on windows:
if you get the file:
Priithon_25_win#20081219.zip
from http://code.google.com/p/priithon/downloads/list

you would actually not even have to download/install Python first.
Just extract this above zip file into the C directory, and it creates
a new directory:
C:/Priithon_25_win
There start: priithon_script.bat and see what happens
(or priithon_script_oldDiv.bat, if you prefer 3/2 to be 1 rather than 1.5)
It should start a graphical python shell based on wxPython - PyShell -
so no IDLE, or IPython, but I have some tab-completion.

This is my packages, that I have put together to target image
processing of microscopy data.
In case you get interested, you could get more help on the Priithon
mailing-list (no traffic yet ;-)

Cheers,
Sebastian Haase



On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 8:35 PM, Young, Karl <karl.young@ucsf.edu> wrote:
>
> Sorry to spam the list with a silly question but I'm trying to convert a windows using colleague to python so that interacting with her
> doesn't mean my having to convert her matlab code. She's an excellent scientist but has a low tolerance for complicated software installations and it seems like I'm currently losing the battle re. her installing scipy/numpy. I'm a linux type (though I understand the importance of being cross platform I rarely leave my linux womb, e.g. I currently do most work in ubuntu under parallels on a mac so don't even look much at OS X issues) so I'm not much use re. helping her with her installation issues. I know this type of question has been asked endlessly but I thought I'd try to get the latest suggestions on whether there was anywhere I could point her. She's tried to install the Enthought distribution (at the moment I forget what the problem she had with that was); is that still the best suggestion ? Do people recommend PythonXY in this type of situation (seems like a bit of baggage if you only need numpy/scipy) ? Anyway, sorry again for the spam and thanks for any suggestions.
>
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> Karl Young
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