[SciPy-User] [SciPy-user] Extracting particular modules out of scipy
Thu Oct 14 11:07:31 CDT 2010
On 10/13/10 11:18 AM, mihailo wrote:
> I am new to python and scipy and I recently started working on a project
> which requires much numerical calculations, including ode solving,
> interpolating and integrating. My project is intended to be available to the
> general public. Here is my trouble: Scipy is a big package and I don't want
> to tell people they need to install entire scipy before they can run my code
> (if I don't have to). What is the best way to extract only modules I
> actually need from scipy (interpolate, odeint and integrate)?
Just pull them out by hand and make your own package. If you need a lot,
and some of what you need is fortran compiled, then there is little
point, but I've done it when I needed a few functions, didn't need
anything fortran compiled, and fortran compiling was causing me pain.
How tight is your users bandwidth/disk space?
Note that you'll also probably have to clean up some imports that are no
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