Thu Mar 20 16:47:58 CDT 2008
On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 4:12 PM, argriffi <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've been using a packaged scipy release, and I just checked out the svn
> scipy trunk but haven't used or modified it yet. What is the best way
> to manage the two installations so that by default my scripts use the
> official release, but so that I can alternatively use the svn version by
> specifying it somehow?
Maybe there are other ways how to deal with this, but I do:
./setup install --home=/some/path
everytime I change something - it takes just a while to do it if you
only modify python files.
And then you add /some/path into your PYTHONPATH - just temporarily.
> I also have a question about the proposed eps argument for broyden2.
> Could this be named more descriptively? For example, I have seen small
> values named rel_tol and abs_tol for relative and absolute tolerance in
> other contexts. If eps has a meaningful interpretation in broyden2 then
> maybe it should be named more appropriately.
Absolutely, name it more appropriate. That was just a general
suggestion from me how to do things.
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