[SciPy-User] scikits.timeseries: How to define frequency of 15minutes

Georges Schutz georges.schutz@internet...
Tue Oct 12 01:59:04 CDT 2010

I found some time to have a look at the virtual environments and this is 
a very interesting extension that I did not know yet. Thanks for that 

Concerning the sandbox I have a problem as scikits.timeseries is linked 
against numpy that is installed as binary on my winxp python environment 
and compiled using MSVC++. I only use MinGW and do not have MSVC++. Is 
there a possibility to overcome this situation? Do I need to rebuild 
numpy using MinGW (is this even possible)? What other dependencies will 
I encounter?

I apologise for all this problems. Perhaps I should wait until the new 
official version of scikits.timeseries comes out.

Georges Schutz

On 28/09/2010 10:38, Pierre GM wrote:
> On Sep 28, 2010, at 9:40 AM, Georges Schutz wrote:
>> Thank you for this development. I would like to analyse the sandbox
>> branch but how can I do this without impacting my stable
>> scikits.timeseries installation.
>> I can clone the git repository into an local directory but it seems to
>> me that I need to install the the package using
>>    python setup.py install
>> And this will probably impact my stable scikits.timeseries no?
> Yes.
>> As I use Win-XP as OS it is recommended to use the pre-build installer
>> (README.txt). What do you suggest me to do for testing and analysing
>> your sandbox branch?
> Use a virtual environment.
> http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv
> I advise you to use the following wrappers to simplify handling multiple virtualenvs
> http://www.doughellmann.com/projects/virtualenvwrapper/
> It's quite straightforward, but don't hesitate to contact me if you have any question.

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