Will Python on day replace MATLAB?????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Blubaugh, David A. dblubaugh at belcan.com
Fri Feb 1 02:36:57 CET 2008

To All,

I have been evaluating the python environment ever more closer.  I
believe I can interface python with a development environment known as
the ImpulseC environment.  The ImpulseC environment develops C to VHDL
for FPGA development.     I would especially love to interface Python
with ImpulseC and the graphing capabilities of GNU Plot and SciPy in
order to recreate a VHDL development environment that will be just as
capable as a $50,000 dollar Matlab to VHDL toolbox.  This is also a part
of my Masters thesis.  Is anyone willing to help in this endeavor?????  

David Blubaugh   

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