• LAM251

    This version works for me:

    https://gist.github.com/9031843

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  • LAM251

    I'm guessing that pure python packages are probably easier to support than ones relying on compiled code. It would be nice if there were some way of supporting user installation of such packages. (If they are a single file, it probably possible now.)

    However, for some packages, like numpy and matplotlib that would require significant porting effort, it would probably be difficult to support user installation. Do you think it would be feasible for developer/users who want some of these packages to post binaries or Xcode projects for potential inclusion in future updates?

    A final thought: Given that some non-standard packages will take significant effort to port, such effort should be compensated. How about providing them as In-App Purchases? I would gladly pay for a numpy, scipy and matplotlib bundle.

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  • LAM251

    OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) has an iOS version. OpenCV also has Python bindings. This would not only provide image and video processing, but the core module provides some basic array and matrix operations that could be useful elsewhere. Just a thought...

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  • LAM251

    They claim "Kivy is 100% free to use, under LGPL 3 licence. The toolkit is professionally developed, backed and used. You can use it in a product and sell your product."

    There are two apps in the App Store using kivy, one is free (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/deflectouch/id505729681) and one is $75 (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/processcraft/id526377075).

    However, I'd be the last one to ask about what any particular license allows or not.

    Another GUI I came across is PyUI (http://pyui.sourceforge.net), which has an option of rendering using PyOpenGL and PIL.

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  • LAM251

    Have you looked at kivy? http://kivy.org/

    It's a cross-platform, open source GUI for python that has been port to iOS.

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