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Build a wheel binary distribution that includes ecCodes #22

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alexamici opened this Issue Oct 18, 2018 · 1 comment

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alexamici commented Oct 18, 2018

At the moment ecCodes must be installed on the system for cfgrib to work.

Following thew strategy of https://github.com/mapbox/rasterio it would e possible to package the whole ecCodes library and data files in the multilinux wheel binary package.

Pro:

  • no need to have two install steps, only pip install cfgrib
  • no need to install ecCodes as root

Con:

  • huge binary wheel package
  • possible conflicts with other Python packages that link to ecCodes (quite remote)

The infrastructure used by rasterio is here: https://github.com/sgillies/frs-wheel-builds

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@alexamici alexamici changed the title Add support to build wheel files including ecCodes Build a wheel binary distribution that includes ecCodes Oct 18, 2018

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alexamici commented Feb 2, 2019

I started a new repo for the low-level ecCodes bindings that will address this issue ecmwf/eccodes-python#1. Closing here.

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