Some time ago, there was a thread about what color spaces to include
I wonder if you would be interested in seeing more color space
conversions being added to the colorconv.py module, or if you are
deliberately keeping it simple? For instance, I would like to add
conversions to and from CIE LAB, and to allow alternative white
I'm also interested in seeing conversions to and from human cone LMS
spaces available somewhere for SciPy users. I'm not sure whether or
not this kind of thing would be appropriate for scikits.image.
I thought I should first post a short message about this before
starting anything. I'm aware that the SciPy image sandbox used to
contain more conversions, probably in a slightly confusing way
color.py?rev=1698). Anyway, please let me know what you think.
The binary is a compressed script that gets unpacked upon execution. Quite
On Jun 16, 2010 10:50 AM, "Ralf Gommers" <ralf.gommers(a)googlemail.com>
2010/6/10 Stéfan van der Walt <stefan(a)sun.ac.za>
> > On 9 June 2010 18:07, S. Chris Colbert <sccolbert(a)gmail.com> wrote: > >
Considering that we are...
Looks good, I really like the bento.info format. And the new name. I'm a bit
puzzled about the binary code inside the bentomaker file, what's going on
It builds fine, so no reason to merge it into your master branch soon I
David Cournapeau's Bento build system (a replacement for distutils) is
maturing nicely. I'd like to switch to it eventually, but for now
I've simply put all the necessary changes in the 'bento' branch.
Bento is entirely self-contained, so just check out the branch and do:
It keeps track of changes to C files, so incremental builds work.
Commands are provided for generating the docs, running tests, etc.
Let me know what you think.