[SciPy-User] R: [ANN] NLopt, a nonlinear optimization library, now with Python interface
Sat Jul 3 04:32:38 CDT 2010
i wanted to try out your library but the configure process won't find
the header arrayobject.h and thus won't compile the bindings.
where am i supposed to put that header?
as my distro (Archlinux) doesn't seem to install the numpy headers i tried to copy them manually. so far i tried:
where the headers for python are in
thanks in advance,
--- Gio 17/6/10, Steven G. Johnson <email@example.com> ha scritto:
Da: Steven G. Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Oggetto: [SciPy-User] [ANN] NLopt, a nonlinear optimization library, now with Python interface
Data: Giovedì 17 giugno 2010, 18:11
The NLopt library, available from
provides a common interface for a large number of algorithms for both
global and local nonlinear optimizations, both with and without
gradient information, and including both bound constraints and
nonlinear equality/inequality constraints.
NLopt is written in C, but now includes a Python interface (as well as
interfaces for C++, Fortran, Matlab, Octave, and Guile).
It is free software under the GNU LGPL.
Steven G. Johnson
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