[f2py] F2py in numpy - documentation how to use it
robert.kern at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 10:13:16 EET 2006
pearu at cens.ioc.ee wrote:
> On Sat, 25 Nov 2006, Markus Faust wrote:
>> I would like to import fortran code to python with the most recent
>> version of f2py apparently only available in numpy. But I do not know
>> how to call it correctly, which is rather frustrating ... ? Is there
>> some documentation available how to get information on the compilers,
>> etc as this was possible with the old version. The best would be to have
>> some Python code with all the initializations since it seems the
>> interface was changed remarkably.
> Could you post your original code that worked with f2py2e? Then I can help
> you translate it to numpy.f2py.
I'm pretty sure he's asking about the command-line arguments for the f2py command.
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