Update 2005.11.15: Added a pdf with some documentation, examples and performance evaluation of PySE.
Update 2005.11.02: Upload of a minor revision, pyse-0.3.1. Some import
statements in the examples are changed.
Update 2005.11.01: I have done a major revision to the software. The current
software is renamed, the new name is PySE, Python Stencil Environment. The new
version number is 0.3. Now, installation can be done using distutils in the
common way (python setup.py install). All dependencies which can not be
downloaded elsewhere (like the plotting module mentioned earlier) are now
included in the tarball. There is also a new example subdirectory in the
Update 2005.09.24: Major update of the webpages for PyFDM! Also, we have a
working distutils setup.py for the DegMatSparse library. Expect a new release
soon. I promise to include plotting support this time.
Update 2005.09.04: Release 0.2 is up. Lots of enhancements to the user
interface, as well as some performance enhancement. In addition to regular
bug-fixes of coarse. PyFDM now depends on a few C/C++ extensions. These are
included in the download, and need to be compiled and installed.
Unfortunately, only the simplest of them does have a working distutils
setup.py file. Regarding the plotting modules which are required, the author
have accepted that I include the files directly in pyFDM with proper
attribution. I will do so in the next release.
Update 2005.07.06: Update of the webpage!
Update 2005.06.23: Initial release is up. Go check out the
project-page. It is very rough, though.
Update 2005.06.19: I will very soon now (TM) update the project with
the first beta release of the PyFDM software. With it you will be able
to solve, with not to much effort, relatively complex linear partial
differential equations (PDEs) using the finite difference method (FDM).