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Re: [igraph] py2app issues

From: Gábor Csárdi
Subject: Re: [igraph] py2app issues
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 21:42:42 +0200

Hi Bernie,

On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 5:54 PM, Bernie Hogan<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm building a GUI that uses iGraph. The py2app program is giving me
> an "ImportError" statement, which as they suggest usually means that
> there are import statements in the tree that begin __import rather
> than import. Does anyone one either
> a. how to search the iGraph trunk for this

Download the source code from launchpad (you will need Bazaar for
this), and then you can use the standard search tool of your OS to
search the files.

> b. whether this is the case
>  - and if so, if there is an easy fix.

I have no idea, maybe someone else knows.

> The package is great thus far. My only complaint is the fact that one
> cannot key specific nodes to a specific attribute, but must use 1,2,3,
> or G.vs[], which returns a list. I understand this approach scales
> well (rather than creating each node as an object), but a primary key
> would be just sweet in my world, and clean up a lot of code for me.

That is a reasonable idea and I have been thinking about this for the
R interface, maybe Tamas will do something similar for Python.

> Oh, that and a native implmentation of the louvain method for
> community detection (which looks something like fast greedy from what
> I can tell) - http://works.bepress.com/lambiotte/4/

Added to the TODO list. https://bugs.launchpad.net/igraph/+bug/406421


> Take care and thanks so much thus far,
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