pycompilation is a package for meta programming. It aims to support
pycompilation bundles python convenience classes and functions for performing compilation and linking on the fly from python. Developed to simplify working with code-generation, compilation and import (meta-programming) from Python.
Example using pip (modify to your own needs):
$ python3 -m pip install --user pycompilation
Look at examples/*_main.py which show how pycompilation can be used.
You may also look at other projects which uses pycompilation:
You find the latest documentation at http://pycompilation.readthedocs.org/
For the examples to work you need:
- A C compiler (e.g. gcc)
- A C++ compiler (e.g. g++)
- A Fortran complier (e.g. gfortran)
- appdirs (python module)
Open Source. Released under the very permissive simplified (2-clause) BSD license. See LICENSE for further details.
- Windows support
- PGI compilers
- Better Intel MKL linkline help (cf. “Intel® Math Kernel Library Link Line Advisor”)
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