Welcome, guest | Sign In | My Account | Store | Cart

Notice! PyPM is being replaced with the ActiveState Platform, which enhances PyPM’s build and deploy capabilities. Create your free Platform account to download ActivePython or customize Python with the packages you require and get automatic updates.

Download
ActivePython
INSTALL>
pypm install codepy

How to install codepy

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install codepy
 Python 2.7Python 3.2Python 3.3
Windows (32-bit)
2012.1.2
2013.1.2Never BuiltWhy not?
2012.1.2 Available View build log
2012.1.1 Available View build log
2012.1 Available View build log
2011.1 Available View build log
0.91 Available View build log
0.90 Available View build log
Windows (64-bit)
2012.1.2
2013.1.2Never BuiltWhy not?
2012.1.2 Available View build log
2012.1.1 Available View build log
2012.1 Available View build log
2011.1 Available View build log
0.91 Available View build log
0.90 Available View build log
Mac OS X (10.5+)
2012.1.2
2013.1.2Never BuiltWhy not?
2012.1.2 Available View build log
2012.1.1 Available View build log
2012.1 Available View build log
2011.1 Available View build log
0.91 Available View build log
0.90 Available View build log
Linux (32-bit)
2012.1.2
2013.1.2Never BuiltWhy not?
2012.1.2 Available View build log
2012.1.1 Available View build log
2012.1 Available View build log
2011.1 Available View build log
0.91 Available View build log
0.90 Available View build log
Linux (64-bit)
2013.1.2 Available View build log
2012.1.2 Available View build log
2012.1.1 Available View build log
2012.1 Available View build log
2011.1 Available View build log
0.91 Available View build log
0.90 Available View build log
 
License
MIT
Dependencies
Depended by
Lastest release
version 2013.1.2 on Jan 9th, 2014

CodePy is a C/C++ metaprogramming toolkit for Python. It helps you compile source code and dynamically load it into the Python interpreter. This facility also works in conjunction with with PyCuda. Dynamic compilation and linking are so far only supported in Linux with the GNU toolchain.

See also the documentation and the git tree.

Subscribe to package updates

Last updated Jan 9th, 2014

Download Stats

Last month:5

What does the lock icon mean?

Builds marked with a lock icon are only available via PyPM to users with a current ActivePython Business Edition subscription.

Need custom builds or support?

ActivePython Enterprise Edition guarantees priority access to technical support, indemnification, expert consulting and quality-assured language builds.

Plan on re-distributing ActivePython?

Get re-distribution rights and eliminate legal risks with ActivePython OEM Edition.