The following is a missing piece of documentation for adding new <tt>.pyx</tt> to the Sage library: See [http://www.sagemath.org/doc/html/prog/node40.html 5.2] of the [http://www.sagemath.org/doc/html/prog/prog.html Sage Programming Guide].
Writing Optimized Compiled Code with Sage
Creating .pyx Files in the Sage Library
Suppose you want a more permanent way of including your optimized Cython code in Sage. Perhaps you want to contribute to the Sage project? This guide will show you how to create a simple Cython module and then link it to the Sage library so that your code will appear in future versions of Sage.
Opentick provides free real-time and historical market data for trading systems and trading platforms. See www.opentick.com.
This package is used by the sage.finance module.
otfeed1.1 (Chris Swierczewski, 27 Aug 2008)
Checkout from cvs -d :pserver:[email protected]:/var/cvs co otfeed1.1-dev (Note that this currently does not work! Results in following error message:)
cvs [checkout aborted]: connect to cvs.opentick.com(220.127.116.11):2401 failed: No route to host
For now, download from http://cvs.opentick.com/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/otfeed1.1-dev/otfeed1.1-dev.tar.gz?tarball=1.
Download patch from http://otfeed-patches.googlecode.com/files/otfeed1.1-dev-autotools.patch into top-level folder so that compiler can use GNU autotools.
- Apply patch using the following command:
patch -p1 < otfeed1.1-dev-autotools.patch
Configure, make, and install Opentick source in src/ to $SAGE_ROOT
- Make and install C++ binary, otwrapper.
Copy binary into $SAGE_LOCAL/bin