What does that mean? When writing hybrid scientific code, one of the main problems is that abstractions that exist in the high-level language go away or become unwieldy in the low-level language. Sometimes libraries exist in both languages for these abstractions, but they refuse to talk to each other. PyUblas is a bridge between two such libraries, for some of the main abstractions used in scientific codes, namely vectors and matrices.
See the PyUblas Documentation.
If you need help using PyUblas, please use the PyUblas Mailing list.
PyUblas may be downloaded from its Python Package Index page or obtained directly from my source code repository by typing
git clone http://git.tiker.net/trees/pyublas.git
You may also browse the source.
PyUblasExt is a companion to PyUblas and exposes a variety of useful additions to PyUblas, such as an "operator" class, matrix-free linear system solvers and eigensolvers. Interested? Head over to the PyUblasExt page.
I'm happy to announce the availability of PyUblas and its companion package PyUblasExt in version 0.92. While PyUblasExt is available for the first time in released form, these are the changes made to PyUblas: