SYNOPSISscitools command [OPTIONS]
DESCRIPTIONThe scitools script takes a command and runs a corresponding utility. The available commands are listed below.
Utility for taking a set of Python statements in a file and creating the
corresponding interactive Python shell session.
Script for examining differences in regression tests involving
floating-point numbers. Used in .
Simple front-end script to SciTools' Regression module. Used in .
Utility for turning a set of PostScript files into an MPEG movie, using
mpeg_encode or ppmtompeg.
Script for simplifying the execution of Python's profiling tools. Used
Script for renaming a set of files by substituting one string or regular
expression with another.
Script for subsituting a phrase by another in a set of files. Accepts
regular expressions. Treated in .
Script for subsituting a phrase by another in a set of files. Does not
use regular expressions, just plain text (well suited for substituting
text with much use of backslashes, curly braces, and other special
characters in regular expressions (e.g., LaTeX text).
Script for creating a movie file from a sequence of image files
(frames). By default an HTML file for displaying the image (PNG) files
Processes a Python script and pretty prints the results using LateX. If
the script uses show() commands (from scitools.easyviz) they are caught
by pyreport and the resulting graphs are inserted in the output
pdf. Comments lines starting with "#!" are interpreted as rst lines and
pretty printed accordingly in the pdf.
-  H. P. Langtangen: Python Scripting for Computational Science. Third
edition, second printing. Springer, 2009.
- -h, --help
Show usage for all commands and exit.
- Send comments, questions, bug reports etc. to [email protected].
LICENSESciTools is licensed under the new BSD license.