Hi Stuart, > On 9 Apr 2020, at 15:51, Fox, Stuart <stuart....@metoffice.gov.uk> wrote: > > Thanks – good news that there hopefully won’t be many modifications to work > with pyarts (although I’m not sure I’m looking forward to having to try and > work out how to get Python stuff that is fully integrated in ARTS working > with our systems here if they need packages that aren’t available in our > default installs).
If it's a Linux system, the use of pyarts should be very easy. Thanks to Simon, we now provide a version via PyPi with a precompiled ARTS library for Linux. Getting it should be as easy as doing: pip install --user pyarts No need to even check out the ARTS source code. :-) At least if you don't need anything from controlfiles/general. > However, I can’t actually get the most recent dev-version of ARTS to build at > all. Linking fails with a bunch of errors along the lines of > libartscore.a(m_absorptionlines.cc.o): In function > `abs_linesWriteSpeciesSplitXML(my_basic_string<char> const&, > Array<Absorption::Lines> const&, my_basic_string<char> const&, Verbosity > const&)': > m_absorptionlines.cc:(.text+0x8e95): undefined reference to `void > WriteXML<Array<Absorption::Lines> >(my_basic_string<char> const&, > Array<Absorption::Lines> const&, my_basic_string<char> const&, long const&, > my_basic_string<char> const&, my_basic_string<char> const&, > my_basic_string<char> const&, Verbosity const&)' > > Any ideas what’s wrong? I think I've seen that error when compiling on one of our servers. I'll try to reproduce and fix this. Cheers, Oliver > Stuart > > From: Richard Larsson <ric.lars...@gmail.com> > Sent: 09 April 2020 14:40 > To: Fox, Stuart <stuart....@metoffice.gov.uk> > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: [arts-dev] ARTS/Python interfaces > > Hi Stuart, > > The dev-version of ARTS has full support of the workspace methods of typhon. > In fact, typhon.arts.workspace is simply pyarts.workspace with some small > modifications. So things should work as they have with typhon just making > that replacement in your imports. If you use other things from typhon, like > setting environment data like arts-xml-data paths, I am really not sure how > it they work in the future. I hope we can add that to let pyarts handle it > automatically itself. > > I see no reason why typhon should remove the ARTS interface entirely, but > they will likely want to change so the version of pyarts from ARTS replaces > the "arts" module when things settle down on the ARTS side. Especially if > the two projects start to diverge (e.g., new python features will be added to > the ARTS-version, and not to typhon). > > With hope, > --Richard > > Den tors 9 apr. 2020 kl 14:24 skrev Fox, Stuart <stuart....@metoffice.gov.uk>: > Hi developers, > > I’ve just been working on interfacing some Python code with ARTS (basically > using ARTS to provide atmospheric radiances for use with the SMRT snow > surface microwave model). So far my implementation uses the > typhon.arts.workspace functions for the interfacing, but I notice from the > recent history on github that there might be some other ARTS/Python work > going on at the moment? Does this mean that the typhon method will be > deprecated soon? Is there any info/update on what is going on with > ARTS/python interfacing? > > Cheers, > > Stuart > _______________________________________________ > arts_dev.mi mailing list > email@example.com > https://mailman.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/mailman/listinfo/arts_dev.mi > _______________________________________________ > arts_dev.mi mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://mailman.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/mailman/listinfo/arts_dev.mi
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