[eispice] Re: eispice mac port?

  • From: Trémouilles David <david.trem@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Justin Ruths <jruths@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2012 22:19:27 +0200

Dear Justin,
Actually MacPorts provides me all the required "elements" to
run eispice properly (i.e. Python, NumPy and SciPy Python Module).

Please follow Macports website instruction
to install Macports itself and then Python, numpy and scipy.
I use Python 2.7.

Them simply install eispice locally (of course fix line 32 in setup.py 
file before)
using the commande line typing:
python setup.py install --home=~
For everything to work properly you will have to add this line
to your ~/.profile file:
export PYTHONPATH=~/lib/python:$PYTHONPATH
in order for python to find your eispice module. And thats all, you are 
Open a new shell (to make sure the PYTHONPATH is set correctly)
and start playing with the examples 

Hope you will succeed without too much trouble.



Le 16/07/12 17:14, Justin Ruths a écrit :
> David,
> I hope you don't mind me hunting down your email - I saw from the listserv 
> that you got eispice working on OSX.  Well done - it doesn't look like a job 
> for the faint hearted!  I saw the statement about changing line 32 in 
> setup.py for the library directories.  I've never used MacPorts before though 
> and I'm a little lost on how to use it to build eispice.  Do you have to make 
> a "port" - which requires some sort of configuration file - is that right?  I 
> was curious if you would be willing to share your solution.  Even if it 
> doesn't work completely, it would be a huge step in the right direction for 
> me.  I promise not to bug you too much!  Thanks very much,
> Justin

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