Windows by default does not allow to run a posix shell. Here a different path
is required. First change into the directory gsl_dist. Copy the file
and edit it to reflect your installation of GSL and SWIG if you want to run it
yourself. The pygsl windows binaries distributed over
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pygsl/ are built using the mingw32
rm -r "python install path"
the directory tests contains several testsuites, based on python
The script run_test.py in this directory will run one after the other.
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Type this to check out the actual version:
The script tools/extract_tool.py generates most of the special
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/pygsl login
#Hit return for no password.
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/pygsl co pygsl
Implement other parts:
- a gsl-interface for python was needed for a project at
Center for Applied Informatics Cologne.
- gsl-0.0.3 was released at May 23, 2001
- gsl-0.0.4 was released at January 8, 2002
- gsl-0.0.5 is growing since January, 2002
- gsl-0.2.0 was released at
- gsl-0.3.0 was released at
- gsl-0.3.1 was released at
- gsl-0.3.2 was released at
- gsl-0.9.4 was released at 25. October 2008
Jochen Küpper () for
Fabian Jakobs for pygsl.blas, pygsl.eigen
Leonardo Milano for rpm build
Eric Gurrola and Peter Stoltz for testing and supporting the port of pygsl to
Sebastien Maret for supporting the Fink http://fink.sourceforge.netport of pygsl.
Achim Gädke (),
Pierre Schnizer ()