[MATRIX-SIG] Fix to NumPy10
Paul F. Dubois
Paul F. Dubois" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu, 5 Mar 1998 15:53:16 -0800
I added the two missing files and made the change requested to Mlab.py. Both
Windows and tar files replaced (dated 3/5 instead of 3/4).
I forgot to answer one of Mr. Kaliazin's questions: I will be working to get
the rest of the LLNL stuff out as a separate package. Meantime, things like
yorick.py are currently available in the file Current_distribution.tgz on
From: Andrey Kaliazin <KaliazinA@cardiff.ac.uk>
To: Paul F. Dubois <email@example.com>; matrix-sig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, March 05, 1998 11:11 AM
Subject: Re: [MATRIX-SIG] Numerical Python Release 1.0
>>On ftp-icf.llnl.gov/pub/python there are two files:
>>NumPy10.exe -- Windows 95/NT installer (MSVC 5.0)
>>NumPy10.tgz -- Sources (NumPy/...)
>>The Windows installer gives you a choice of binary or full install.
>>install is needed only if you intend to make your own C extensions.
>>Please see the file release_notes.txt for details.
>Just installed NumPy 1.0 release (binaries only) on my Win'95,
>and have problems:
>1. Installation procedure do not update paths in registry;
>2. Two files are missed - "FFt.py" and "RandomArray.py";
>3. Mlab.by still have wrong import (Numeric.Random) and
> reference (old?) - to Numeric.Random.random_sample()
> (when I replace them for RandomArray.random() it is Ok)
>4. Why tests for LA, FFT, RANLIB are not included into
>5. (optional) why diff() is not included into standard set of
>and maybe other common knowns as integ(), interp()
>and so on, from Yorick for example are also good candidates?
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