Tue Jul 10 09:35:28 CDT 2007
Thanks. I built the binaries using MinGW.
>From: Pierre GM <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>To: SciPy Users List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [SciPy-user] TimeSeriesPackage
>Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 18:32:22 -0400
>On Monday 09 July 2007 18:13:56 Krishnan Maheswaran wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I would appreciate any help on installing the scipy timeseries module
>Yay, another user ! More feedback !
> > ( I
> > had no problem installing the maskedarray package). Please see errors
> > below.
>So, looks like you're trying to install the package on Windows. Here's an
>excerpt from the archives (from Matt Knox, the codeveloper of TimeSeries):
>cygwin works pretty seamlessly on windows with python 2.5, so I'd recommend
>that approach. It doesn't require any special witchcraft that used to be
>needed for compiling extensions on windows with earlier versions of python.
>Here are some good general instructions for compiling extensions with
>and python 2.5: http://boodebr.org/main/python/build-windows-extensions
>Once you've followed the setup steps there, just open the cygwin shell and
>can do "python setup.py build_ext -i" to build the extension in place in
>same directory. Or I *believe* "python setup.py install" will compile the
>extension and install it in your site-packages directory if memory serves
>correctly... but I haven't tried that in a while and don't have the
>stuff setup on my pc here to test. You can even create a nice binary
>by doing "python setup.py bdist_wininst" if you want to pass it around to
>friends and family :)
>I remember following this method when I had to install the package on my
>computer (a Windows machine), and that did work seamlessly indeed when you
>have Python 2.5. Let us know how it goes.
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