Re: numpy support for pyngl

From: Mary Haley <haley_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 15:19:50 -0600 (MDT)

Hi Juerg,

Your timing is good with this question, because we are putting the
finishing touches on having PyNGL work with both Numeric and
Numpy. When we make it available (hopefully this month), you will need
to download the appropriate PyNGL binary that works with Numpy.

If you would like to be a tester for us, we'd be happy to give you an
advance binary. I would need to check with our developers to see
if they have a version ready to hand over for testing.


On Thu, 1 Jun 2006, Juerg Schmidli wrote:

> Hello
> I'm relatively new to pyngl and I want to use it for a new project.
> In light of the many advantages of numpy over numeric, especially with regard
> to
> advanced indexing, scalars, and the new coercion rules, it would be great to
> be able
> to use numpy together with pyngl.
> (my answer to the postings from Fred Clare on (2006-03-15) and Mary Haley
> (2006-04-10)).
> Thus my question, what is the timeframe for numpy support? Will numpy be
> supported
> by the upcoming June release of pyngl?
> Thanks,
> Juerg
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