On Thursday 04 January 2007 19:36, Travis Oliphant wrote:
Christopher Barker wrote:
wxPython -- Robin Dunn PIL -- Fredrik Lundh PyOpenGL -- Who? PyObjC -- would it be useful there? (Ronald Oussoren) MatplotLib (but maybe it's already married to numpy...) PyGtk ?
It's a good start, but their is also
PyMedia, PyVoxel, any video-library interface writers, any audo-library interface writers.
Anybody who wants to wrap/write code that does some kind of manipulation on a chunk of data of a specific data-format.
There are so many people who would use it that I don't feel qualified to speak for them all.
Two more places to look for projects that may be interested: SQL wrappers, such as Psycopg2, and the Python DB API 2.0 community QuantLib (see the message below from the enthought-dev mailing list.) On Saturday 03 February 2007 00:23, Prabhu Ramachandran wrote:
"Joseph" == Joseph Wang
writes: Joseph> 3) I'd like to make the impedance mismatch between things Joseph> like QuantLib arrays and numpy arrays as seemless as Joseph> possible. Any words of wisdom on how to do this?
I don't know anything about QuantLib arrays so will shoot in the dark here. If your arrays can take or provide a block of contiguous memory that is interpreted according to a particular data type then I think it is easily possible to get these two array types talking to each other. However doing this right and optimally will take a bit of effort (I've done this for tvtk which lets VTK and numpy arrays talk to each other seamlessly). I think there is a fair bit of documentation on the scipy wiki on the various ways to do this right. The scipy-user list is a good place to ask for pointers since the folks who actually develop numpy and do all sorts of things with numpy arrays are on that list and will be happy to answer questions.