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Boost.NumPy is an extension for Boost.Python that adds NumPy support. It is intended as a replacement for the old numeric support in Boost.Python proper, which is now out-of-date and does not support C/C++ pointer access to the data. Because it builds against the NumPy headers and hence has a dependency that Boost.Python does not, it is intended to be built as a separate library. This is also not intended to be a high-level C++ array library; it would be more accurate to consider it a C++ NumPy API, with the intent of making the NumPy C-API available in a form that is safer and more convenient for C++ users (and particularly those using Boost.Python, of course). THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL BOOST LIBRARY ...we're just calling it Boost.NumPy right now because that clearly indicates that it's for Boost.Python and NumPy. We do intend to propose it for inclusion in Boost eventually. INSTALLATION We have provided three build systems: Boost.Build, SCons, and CMake build system. At the moment, we recommend using SCons or CMake on Linux and CMake on Windows. Building with SCons should be as simple as running "scons" and "scons install", but you may need to use the "--with-boost*" options (see "scons --help") to specify where to find Boost. The Python that is used by SCons will be the one built against. Please see libs/numpy/doc/cmakeBuild.rst for more information on building with CMake. DOCUMENTATION More documentation on how to use the library can be found in libs/numpy/doc, but it may be most useful to start with the examples in libs/numpy/examples. The headers files are also well documented and are intended to serve as a reference. ISSUES AND NEW FEATURES Please create an issue on the GitHub site at: https://github.com/ndarray/Boost.NumPy/issues CONTACT Please send email questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org ...but I would prefer bug reports and feature requests to go to the GitHub issues list (see above). MULTI-PLATFORM SUPPORT The vast majority of development has happened on Linux/g++, and while we have taken some steps to support MacOS/clang, there hasn't been much testing. There has been no testing on Windows, though we have no reason to believe anything we've done won't work on Windows. In short, we'd really love to have some testing on additional platforms, especially from people who know their way around SCons, NumPy, or Boost.Python. HISTORY/AUTHORS Boost.NumPy was originally written by Jim Bosch as part of the "ndarray" C++ library, then reorganized into a standalone component, cleaned up, and documented as part of a Boost-sponsored Google Summer of Code by Ankit Daftery, mentored by Stefan Seefeld. Philip Miller contributed the CMake build system. The project is hosted both on the Boost Sandbox: https://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/sandbox/numpy and on GitHub: https://github.com/ndarray/Boost.NumPy