[IronPython] numpy / IronClad?
doug.blank at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 19:08:59 CET 2011
On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 1:25 PM, Jason McCampbell
<jmccampbell at enthought.com> wrote:
> Hi Chad,
> Sorry for the delayed response, we were busy getting the beta release of
> NumPy and SciPy together. Microsoft announced the availability of NumPy and
> SciPy for IronPython / .NET at PyCon the end of last week.
This is great news! Had no idea this was under development.
> You can find the install instructions here for the pre-built
> binaries: http://www.enthought.com/repo/.iron/
> Alternately you can grab the source code from the following repositories:
> One note we don't have documented right now is that SciPy requires the
> Python stack frames access, which IronPython doesn't enable by default. To
> run SciPy you need to use the "-X:Frames" argument:
> ipy.exe -X:Frames -c "import scipy"
As IronPython runs under many different operating systems now, it
would be useful to know what the dependencies are for numpy and scipy:
- is Windows a requirement?
- does it work under Mono?
- can IronRuby etc take advantage of these libraries?
I tried to run the build the process with xbuild rather than msbuild,
but it looks like System.Numerics might not be implemented in Mono?
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 4:32 PM, Chad Brockman <chadbr at slb.com> wrote:
>> Anyone know if the effort to port numpy to IronPython is still alive?
>> Enthought / MS announced it last year?
>> Anyone know if IronClad is still being developed?
>> Thanks, Chad
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> Jason McCampbell
> Enthought, Inc.
> jmccampbell at enthought.com
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