Package Details: python-obspy 1.4.0-1

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Package Base: python-obspy
Description: A Python framework for processing seismological data
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Keywords: data processing science seismology
Licenses: LGPL3
Conflicts: python-obspy-git
Submitter: cucullus
Maintainer: cucullus
Last Packager: cucullus
Votes: 5
Popularity: 0.000005
First Submitted: 2016-02-16 21:21 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-12-14 16:42 (UTC)

Latest Comments

morealaz commented on 2022-10-13 11:55 (UTC)

Please change the source array to this:


to include pkgname in downloaded source file name.

cucullus commented on 2022-03-14 16:57 (UTC)

@ adigitoleo, I hope it's is fixed now.

adigitoleo commented on 2022-03-01 22:29 (UTC)

Currently obspy is not compatible with numpy. Patching the core/util/ file could be used to work around this, as per

adigitoleo commented on 2020-11-15 02:02 (UTC) (edited on 2020-11-15 02:14 (UTC) by adigitoleo)

I think you can add the --skip-build flag to the python install invocation to forgo building twice and possibly reduce package install time. Please double check as I didn't test this.

Additionally, obspy provide unit tests which could potentially be run as

check() {
    cd "$srcdir/$_origpkgname-$pkgver"

However on my machine 4 tests are failing...

ergato85 commented on 2017-05-22 14:03 (UTC)

@ kodur you can replace python with python2 (in the commands and dependecies) in the PKGBUILD file. For me that compiled and installed it fine for python2. However, as python 2 is shutting down, I do not know if there is a need for a individual package.

kodur commented on 2017-05-20 17:46 (UTC) (edited on 2017-05-20 17:49 (UTC) by kodur)

Currently when I install, this package is only available with python3. How do I make it available with python2? [kodur@x220-arch ~]$ python2 Python 2.7.13 (default, Feb 11 2017, 12:22:40) [GCC 6.3.1 20170109] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> import obspy Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> ImportError: No module named obspy >>> quit() [kodur@x220-arch ~]$ python3 Python 3.6.1 (default, Mar 27 2017, 00:27:06) [GCC 6.3.1 20170306] on linux Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> import obspy >>> quit() [kodur@x220-arch ~]$ Does another package need to be created?

<deleted-account> commented on 2016-05-23 16:49 (UTC)

Thank you @cucullus. I create python-obspy-docs package for installing documentation.

cucullus commented on 2016-05-23 15:33 (UTC)

2 morealaz: Documentation is not a part of obspy package. If you need offline docs you can just grab it here: Open index.html and that's all!

<deleted-account> commented on 2016-05-21 14:18 (UTC)

can you include documentation in package?