[IronPython] RE: Numpy port

Thane thane at magna-capital.com
Sun Aug 28 00:23:49 CEST 2005

There are two approaches: 1) wrap the unmanaged API in managed C++, or, 2)
rewrite the library in managed code (IronPython?).  Also, I think the
Numeric library would be preferable to Numpy, although I'd bet Numpy has a
larger user base.  Option 1 could be done fairly quickly, but option 2 is
the best long-term solution.


Several years ago I wrote a COM wrapper for many of the Numpy functions
without too much pain.  Wait, it was MFC.  There must have been a lot of
pain; I've just forgotten about it :-)




Math:  Do you (does anyone?) have an idea of what it would take to port
Numpy, etc, to .NET?  I'm not much of a C programmer (I can do it, but I
can't really do big, UNIX-y projects), and have never studied the problems
of porting it to MC++ or C++/CLI.



From: users-ironpython.com-bounces at lists.ironpython.com on behalf of Martin
Sent: Fri 8/26/2005 11:11 AM

The bug ... I assume it is in the "-X:TabCompletion" console, correct? I
am going to look into it.

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