Category : cython

I have a memory view of a 2-dimensional Cython array defined as cdef unsigned char[:,:] store = view.array( shape=(n, 141), itemsize=sizeof(unsigned char), format="B", ) , where n is the number of "rows" I have. For the sake of the example, lets assume n=2. Each row is a Python bytes object of size 141, which I ..

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Recently, I use Vscode to debug into a python package installed in standard path site-packages. I saw code as following which I don’t know. This package uses Cython. Any idea on how to view it in original readable code? LOAD_DEREF(self), LOAD_METHOD(_checkTrackerIntegrity), CALL_METHOD, POP_TOP LOAD_DEREF(self), LOAD_ATTR(tic), LOAD_METHOD(clear), CALL_METHOD, POP_TOP LOAD_DEREF(self), LOAD_ATTR(toc), LOAD_METHOD(clear), CALL_METHOD, POP_TOP Source: Python ..

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I make hello.pyx file. #hello.pyx def hello(): print("Hello world") Also, files hello.c and hello.so were created with the following command. $cython hello.pyx $gcc -shared -pthread -fPIC -fwrapv -O2 -Wall -fno-strict-aliasing -lm -I/usr/include/python3.8/ -o hello.so hello.c And so file was created successfully. However, I created a test.py file in the same directory and called the hello ..

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Cython allows to declare a vector from the c++ standard library as public but not a queue, why is that? # distutils: language = c++ from libcpp.vector cimport vector from libcpp.queue cimport queue cdef class MyClass cdef public vector[int] var1 cdef public queue[int] var2 When trying to build an extension – setup(ext_modules = cythonize(‘filename.pyx’, language_level=’3′)) ..

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