[SciPy-User] Pylab - standard packages

josef.pktd@gmai... josef.pktd@gmai...
Tue Sep 18 19:50:09 CDT 2012


On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Travis Oliphant <travis@continuum.io>wrote:

>
> On Sep 18, 2012, at 7:15 PM, Thomas Kluyver wrote:
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> On 19 September 2012 01:03, Travis Oliphant <travis@continuum.io> wrote:
>
> The next version of Anaconda CE is going to contain a C-compiler for
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> Windows, for example.
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>
What c compiler do you get for 64-bit?

I don't know what the audience is for pylab, but if I want to run 64 bit
python on Windows then I might not need mingw (if there are still problems
with 64 bit version) and the only alternative is Microsoft compilers.

my 64 bit python 3.2 is all Gohlke binaries, without any compiler available
yet
one of my 32 bit pythons is python-xy with bundled c compiler

So, c compiler looks optional to me.

Josef


>
> Thanks for this info. Do you have a list of all the packages in
> Anaconda CE, for comparison with the lists for EPD [1] and Python(x,y)
> [2]?
>
> [1] http://www.enthought.com/products/epdlibraries.php
> [2] http://code.google.com/p/pythonxy/wiki/StandardPlugins
>
>
> https://store.continuum.io/cshop/anaconda
>
> At the bottom of the page there is a link to this pop-up window.
>
> anaconda launcher
> bitarray 0.8.0
> bitey
> cython 0.16
> dateutil 1.5
> disco 0.4.2 (Linux only)
> erlang (Linux only)
> flask 0.9
> gevent 0.13.7
> gevent-websocket 0.3.6
> gevent_zeromq 0.2.5
> greenlet0.4.0
> h5py 2.0.1
> hdf5 1.8.9
> PIL 1.1.7
> ipython 0.13
> jinja2 2.6
> libevert 2.0.20 llvm 3.1
> llvmpy 0.8.2.dev
> matplotlib 1.1.1
> mpi4py 1.3
> mpich2 1.4.1p1
> networkx 1.7
> nose 1.1.2
> numba 0.1.dev
> numexpr 2.0.1
> numpy 1.7.rc1
> opencv 2.4.2
> openssl 1.0.1c
> pandas 0.8.1
> pip 1.1
> pixman 0.26.2
> py2cairo 1.10.0
> pycurl 7.19.0
> pygments 1.5
> pysal 1.4.0
> pysam 0.6
> pytables 2.4.0
> python 2.7.3
> pytz 2012d
> pyyaml 3.10
> pyzmq 2.2.0
> redis 2.4.15 (Linux only)
> redis py-2.4.13
> requests 0.13.5
> scikit-learn 0.11
> scikits-image 0.6.1
> scipy 0.11.0rc2
> sqlalchemy 0.7.8
> sqlite 3.7.13
> statsmodels 0.4.3
> sympy 0.7.1
> theano 0.5.0
> tornado 2.3
> werkzeug 0.8.3But, this is not complete because the Windows version does
> include spyder and pyside.
>
>
>
>
> The best thing to do is just encourage people to install XCode, I think.
>
>
> So would the standard specifically treat Windows differently with
> respect to bundling a C compiler, or would the wording somehow
> differentiate platforms that don't provide a C compiler, but you've
> probably already installed one?
>
>
>
> I think the full standard would assume Cython, but then implementations
> would get to pick how they supported Cython (i.e. requiring Xcode install
> on Mac, vs bundling with Windows).
>
> -Travis
>
>
>
>
>
> Best wishes,
> Thomas
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