netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Wed Jul 11 14:18:56 UTC 2012
Regarding Ubuntu packaging: 11.10 and previous do not have the correct
version of numpy (ie, >= 1.6): so, we would need to
i) find or provide such a package in the ppa
ii) not support <=11.10, except to tell users to download and install numpy
What do you think?
Regarding the pyc files: wouldn't it be best to ship the pyc files in case
the user doesn't have g++? Does anyone know how to do this from cmake?
On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 12:27 PM, <joshua at nettek.ca> wrote:
> The code for transferring data between kst and Python is compiled from
> Python on first use. In my opinion, this is acceptable on Linux and Mac
> (where if you are creating a Python script you have a good chance of also
> having g++) but not Windows.
> Sent from my BlackBerry® PlayBook™
> *From:* "Steve Benton" <sbenton at physics.utoronto.ca>
> *To:* "Barth Netterfield" <netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca>
> *CC:* "kst" <kst at kde.org>
> *Sent:* July 10, 2012 5:55 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [Kst] scripting
> On 12-07-09 08:28 PM, Barth Netterfield wrote:
> > Steve - do you have any thoughts on what ubuntu/debian packaging would
> > need here for all this?
> My packaging for python getdata bindings was done incorrectly, and
> somebody else contributed a better approach. If there's C extension
> code, you need to compile and install for all compatible python versions
> on the target system. I don't know if cmake does any of this
> automatically. I think plain .py files are easier to deal with.
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C. Barth Netterfield
University of Toronto
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