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Created Jun 13, 2012 — forked from GaelVaroquaux/00README.rst
Copy-less bindings of C-generated arrays with Cython
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Cython example of exposing C-computed arrays in Python without data copies

The goal of this example is to show how an existing C codebase for numerical computing (here c_code.c) can be wrapped in Cython to be exposed in Python.

The meat of the example is that the data is allocated in C, but exposed in Python without a copy using the PyArray_SimpleNewFromData numpy

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