• froody

    Is there a way to volunteer to port pandas to work with pythonista? I don't think it'd take me that long. I could put up a fork on GitHub and then the work to link it into your app and resubmit to the store would be minimal.

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  • froody

    Numpy is written in C, but it's available, why is that different?

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  • froody

    StaSh v0.7.0 on python 3.6.1
    Warning: you are running StaSh in python3. Some commands may not work correctly in python3.
    Please help us improving StaSh by reporting bugs on github.
    Tip: You can redirect output to Pythonista console, e.g. ls > &3
    [~/Documents]$ pip uninstall numpy
    usage: pip.py [-h] [--verbose] sub-command ...
    pip.py: error: argument sub-command: invalid choice: 'uninstall' (choose from 'list', 'install', 'download', 'search', 'versions', 'remove', 'update')
    [~/Documents]$ pip remove numpy
    Package removed.
    [~/Documents]$ pip install numpy
    Querying PyPI ... 
    Downloading package ...
    Opening: https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/2d/80/1809de155bad674b494248bcfca0e49eb4c5d8bee58f26fe7a0dd45029e2/numpy-1.15.4.zip
    Save as: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/7D439C85-0ADD-4142-8E2B-28BA9EF0EA94/tmp//numpy-1.15.4.zip (4473522 bytes)
       4473522  [100.00%]
    Extracting archive file ...
    Running setup file ...
    Running from numpy source directory.
    Note: if you need reliable uninstall behavior, then install
    with pip instead of using `setup.py install`:
      - `pip install .`       (from a git repo or downloaded source
      - `pip install numpy`   (last NumPy release on PyPi)
    TypeError('can only concatenate list (not "OmniClass") to list',)
    Failed to run setup.py
    Fall back to directory guessing ...
    Package installed: numpy
    [~/Documents]$ cd s
    score.py  score.py,cover  score_1.py  site-packages-2/  site-packages-3/  site-packages/  src.txt  stash_extensions/
    [~/Documents]$ cd site-packages-3
    [site-packages-3]$ ls
    networkx Readme.md numpy scipy coverage pgmpy pandas dateutil
    [site-packages-3]$ cd numpy
    [numpy]$ pip install .
    Querying PyPI ... 
    Error: Failed to fetch package release urls
    [numpy]$ python3 setup.py install
    This is the wrong setup.py file to run
    [numpy]$ ls
    distutils conftest.py compat core version.py linalg ma add_newdocs.py _globals.py tests __init__.py dual.py _distributor_init.py f2py testing setup.py ctypeslib.py _import_tools.py matlib.py lib fft doc random matrixlib polynomial _build_utils
    [numpy]$ python3 setup.py
    This is the wrong setup.py file to run
    [numpy]$ ```

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  • froody

    I've tried to use pandas but the preinstalled version of numpy is 1.8, and pandas requires >= 1.9. I tried 'pip install numpy' from stash but that didn't work.

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