Erick Fonseca | 22 Jul 04:42 2015
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How to reinstall packages?

So, I had a perfectly working installation of Python(x, y). Recently, though, I started messing 
around with some modules and ended up running a pip command with --upgrade, which I suppose 
upgraded scipy. 

Now, scipy and sklearn stopped working correctly. I thought to simply delete their folders from 
Lib/site-packages and running the Python (x, y) installer, but it didn't help. The installer ignored 
their absence.

Is there a simple way to reinstall just some specific missing packages? Perhaps some config file 
in the Python folder that I should change before running the installer?

Thanks,
Erick Fonseca

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Gabi Davar | 1 Jul 21:18 2015
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Python(x, y) 2.7.10.0 Released!

Hi All,


I'm happy to announce that Python(x, y) 2.7.10.0 is available for immediate download.from any of the mirrors. The full change log can be viewed here. Please post your comments and suggestions to the mailing list.

Work on the Python 3.x 64 bit version will resume once Visual Studio 2015 RTM is released.

What's new in general:

  • All packages have been updated to their latest versions. Numpy, Scipy etc.
  • ipython has been held back at 2.4.1 to avoid potential compatibility issues.
  • OpenCV has been help back at 2.4.11 to avoid potential compatibility issues.

New noteworthy packages:

  • yappi - Yet Another Python Profiler.
  • libnacl - A ctypes wrapper around libsodium.
Have fun!

-Gabi Davar

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Trey Suntrup | 30 May 04:23 2015
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Scipy: ImportError: cannot import name doccer

I just installed python xy 2.7.9 on Windows 7. I went to run some previously written code in Spyder which calls:

from scipy.sparse import linalg as sla

However, I get the following error:

File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\scipy\sparse\linalg\__init__.py", line 113, in <module> from .matfuncs import * File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\scipy\sparse\linalg\matfuncs.py", line 20, in <module> import scipy.misc File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\scipy\misc\__init__.py", line 44, in <module> from . import doccer ImportError: cannot import name doccer

Does anyone know how to fix this? I find this weird because it worked with my previous copy of Python (which I uninstalled before installing the new version).

Thanks!

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Al Duke | 1 Jun 19:59 2015
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Missing ReportLab demo: Py2pdf

I'm running v. 2.7.9.0
I was looking for a capability similar to MATLAB's publish functionality.  i.e. I want to run my script and create an html or pdf report that includes the code, console output and any graphs. 
It looks like ReportLab can do this.  The documentation describes a demo called Py2pdf (in section A.3) that sounds like it does exactly what I want.
Unfortunately, this demo folder is missing from my installation.   It *should* be in this folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\pythonxy\doc\Libraries\reportlab\demos\
 I tried reinstalling ReportLab but it's still not there. 
Anyone know why this was apparently dropped form the distribution?  Or maybe there's a better way to do what I want?

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berat.sancar.x | 11 Mar 20:44 2015
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SpePy Installation problem

Hi,
I was recompiling the C extension files from the SfePy and to the end of the process I have got the following error messages:
build_src: building npy-pkg config files : 'gcc' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Building msvcr library: "c:\Python27\libs\libmsvcr90.a" (from C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft.vc90.crt_1fc**a long number string**\msvcr90.dll)
error: [Error 2] The system cannot find the file specified

I have just read that mingw is not part of the package anymore. Can this be a part of the problem? 

The shell command is as follows: python setup.py build_ext --inplace --compiler=mingw32

I am using Windows 7 and Python(x,y) version 2.7.9 

Can anyone here give me a start point as to what might be causing these two errors? If mingw32 is the problem what compiler option should I use?

Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Berat

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berat.sancar.x | 11 Mar 19:34 2015
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SfePy Installation problem

Hi,

I was recompiling the files from the SfePy and to the end of the process I have got the following error messages:

build_src: building npy-pkg config files : 'gcc' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

Building msvcr library: "c:\Python27\libs\libmsvcr90.a" (from C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft.vc90.crt_1fc**a long number string**\msvcr90.dll)

error: [Error 2] The system cannot find the file specified

Does anyone here give me a start point as to what might be causing these two errors?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Berat

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Brenton Horne | 9 Mar 06:43 2015
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Installation dilemma

Hi,

On my PC (64 bit Windows 7 SP1) I have Python 2.7.8 installed (which I have in my PATH btw, so whenever I call "python" from the windows command prompt it calls python 2.7.8 and I use pywikibot sometimes which depends on this installation of python) and I have downloaded Python(x,y) 2.7.9 and whenever I run the installer I receive the message:

Python 2.7 is already installed on your computer. 
It is recommended to uninstall it before installing Python(x,yz).
Do you want to install Python(x,y) anyway?

I have minimal technologic experience so I felt it was important for me to ask what happens if I click "Yes", can I expect big problems with my existing Python 2.7.8 installation? 

Thanks for your time,
Brenton

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Raniere Silva | 19 Feb 13:06 2015
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Google Summer of Code and NumFOCUS

Hi,

NumFOCUS has promotes and supports the ongoing research and development of
open-source computing tools including Python(X,Y).

This year NumFOCUS want to try be a Google Summer of Code
"umbrella" mentoring organization,

    Umbrella organizations are mentoring organizations accepted into the Google
    Summer of Code program that have other open source organizations working
    "under" them. Sometime organizations that work very closely or have very
    similar goals or communities may get put together under an "umbrella."
    Google stills expects all organizations under the umbrella, whether accepted
    into the program under their title or not, to adhere to all the rules and
    regulations of the program.

    From https://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/document/show/gsoc_program/google/gsoc2015/help_page#umbrella_organization

To help promote and support Python(X,Y).

We encourage Python(X,Y) to apply to Google Summer of Code under your own title
and will be very happy if you can also do with us.
If you are interested, please check https://github.com/swcarpentry/gsoc2015
and https://github.com/swcarpentry/gsoc2015/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md.

If you have any question, please email me directly.

Thanks in advance,
Raniere

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Raniere Silva | 20 Feb 21:35 2015
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[python(x,y)] ANN: SciPy Latin América 2015 - Call for Proposals

*Call for Proposals*

*SciPy Latin América 2015*, the third annual Scientific Computing with
Python Conference, will be held this *May 20-22* in *Posadas, Misiones,
Argentina*.

SciPy is a community dedicated to the advancement of scientific computing
through open source Python software for mathematics, science, and
engineering. The annual SciPy Conferences allows participants from
academic, commercial, and governmental organizations to showcase their
latest projects, learn from skilled users and developers, and collaborate
on code development.

*Proposals are now being accepted for SciPy Latin América 2015*.

Presentation content can be at a novice, intermediate or advanced level.
Talks will run 30-40 min and hands-on tutorials will run 100-120 min. We
also receive proposal for posters. For more information about the different
types of proposal, see below the "*Different types of Communication*"
section.

*How to Submit?*

   1. Register for an account on http://conf.scipyla.org/user/register
   2. Submit your proposal at http://conf.scipyla.org/activity/propose

*Important Dates*

   - *April 6th*: Talks, poster, tutorial submission deadline.
   - *April 20th*: Notification Talks / Posters / Tutorial accepted.
   - *May 20th-22nd*: SciPy Latin América 2015.

*Different types of Communication*

*Talks*: These are the traditional talk sessions given during the main
conference days. They're mostly 30 minutes long with 5 min for questions.
If you think you have a topic but aren't sure how to propose it, contact
our program committee and we'll work with you. We'd love to help you come
up with a great proposal.

*Tutorials*: We are looking for tutorials that can grow this community at
any level. We aim for tutorials that will advance Scientific Python,
advance this community, and shape the future. They're are 100-120 minutes
long, but if you think you need more than one slot, you can split the
content and submit two self-contained proposals.

*Posters*: The poster session provides a more interactive, attendee-driven
presentation than the speaker-driven conference talks. Poster presentations
have fostered extensive discussions on the topics, with many that have gone
on much longer than the actual "session" called for. The idea is to present
your topic on poster board and as attendees mingle through the rows, they
find your topic, read through what you've written, then strike up a
discussion on it. It's as simple as that. You could be doing Q&A in the
first minute of the session with a group of 10 people.

*Lightning Talks*: Want to give a talk, but do not have enough material for
a full talk? These talks are, at max, 5 minute talks done in quick
succession in the main hall. No need to fill the whole slot, though!

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Stéphane Le Bec | 28 Jan 21:09 2015
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pythonxy and qutip

I would like to know if somebody is using qutip with pytonxy (with windows).
Thanks
Stéphane

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David Kershaw | 27 Jan 04:37 2015
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scipy.sparse.linalg.factorized

I have the Python(x,y)-2.7.9.0.exe installation of python(x,y). I want to use scipy.sparse.linalg.factorized to solve linear systems using Umfpack. Does the python(x,y) installation include the necessary Umfpack code? How can I tell that I'm getting Umfpack and not superLU when I call factorized?

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