ANNOUNCE: a few little things
nascheme at enme.ucalgary.ca
Wed Nov 17 01:03:57 CET 1999
I spent a bit of time today and updated my Python web site. The
A Stand-alone version of Python for Windows. It includes Python
1.5.2, Tcl, zlib and bsddb. It fits on a floppy and can be
extracted and run from any location. Just add your application
It is very possible that I screwed something up when making the
zip file. If you have problems running the "hello world"
application on a machine without Python installed, please let me
An extension module wrapping the sparse library. It can be used
for solving large systems of linear equations. Included is a
compiled Windows binary. Changes in this release are:
0.2 to 0.3
- fixed off by one bug in set_element
- fixed bugs in spDestroy and RecordAllocation
- added test2.py program from D. Michael McFarland
<mcfarlan at caber-eng.com>
- added Matrix.py and LUP.py
- moved sparse routines into their own directory
m4 macros for creating extension classes. This is very alpha. I
don't expect anyone to actually use them. I just want to know if
anyone is interested. They definitely make simple extension
modules easier to write.
Here is some sample code for creating a Hello module with a Hello
class with a hello method:
= hello.m4 ==========================================================
PY_DEF(hello, self, args)
This software can be downloaded from:
If you have any problems please let me know.
"The percentage of users running Windows NT Workstation 4.0 whose PCs stopped
working more than once a month was less than half that of Windows 95 users."
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