Nigel Smart <ni...@compsci.bristol.ac.uk> writes: > Hi > > Thanks for this.
No problem! I'm sending this to the list too, please use reply-all or similar to send your replies there as well :-) > So having installed gmpy, how do I get python to "see" it > - I have not used python before > > The install of gmpy seemed to just do the following copy only... > > copying build/lib.linux-x86_64-2.4/gmpy.so -> > /home/projects/crypto/Linux/lib64/python Try adding /home/projects/crypto/Linux/lib64/python to your PYTHONPATH environment variable. Python works similarly to Java in that it has a concept of a PYTHONPATH on which it finds it's modules -- Java has the class path where it finds it's jars. > How it managed to find our gmp installation I have no idea, as I > did not tell it where that was. > - Assuming it did that is It must have searched in the standard library paths such as /usr/lib. That's where I find a lot of libgmp.* files. > Nigel -- Martin Geisler VIFF (Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework) brings easy and efficient SMPC (Secure Multiparty Computation) to Python. See: http://viff.dk/. _______________________________________________ viff-devel mailing list (http://viff.dk/) email@example.com http://lists.viff.dk/listinfo.cgi/viff-devel-viff.dk