[Numpy-discussion] Removing numpy numpy-1.1.0 in Python 2.5

josef.pktd@gmai... josef.pktd@gmai...
Tue Sep 21 18:38:55 CDT 2010

On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 7:01 PM, Wayne Watson
<sierra_mtnview@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>  I may have bounced a similar problem around here a few months ago, but
> this one is a bit more important to get an answer for.
> I'm about to distribute some report programs to three people who work
> together and should be using the same version of Python and libraries
> that I use, and a common application to us. However, to create two new
> report programs they do not have, I need to make sure we do have the
> same versions, and in particular need to use the numpy 1.2.0 I used for
> the report programs.
> To replace the old numpy and make sure we are all on on the same wave
> length, I wrote the description below.  I want to know if what I say
> about removing 1.1.0 and installing 1.2.0 is correct.  I think deleting
> the folder as below is the right way to go.  numpy is not in Control
> Panel Add/Remove.

I have some numpy versions in there

I would recommend to first check Add/Remove, and delete from there and
then delete the numpy folder in site-packages if it is still there.

Why don't you upgrade to the latest release. If you are already
upgrading, jumping to the latest might be better.


> =================================
>           Required Libraries for Sentinel Report Programs for Win XP
> ...
> You will need to replace your numpy-1.1.0 library. This is accomplished by
> first removing numpy-1.1.0 from the Python library located at
>   C:\Python2.5\Lib\site-packages.
> Delete the numpy folder.
> Next execute the numpy-1.2.0-win32-superpack-python2.5.exe to
> install numpy 1.2.0.
> Try sentuser.py to make sure it runs properly. If not, contact me.
> ==================================
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