Tonight I sat down and played a bit with VTK’s Delaunay tessalation filter. I wanted to inspect the local structure of a graph created by Delaunay tessalation of random points. To see better the structure, I selected a slab of the resulting unstructured grid. I think the image is not only instructive to explain what [...]
Archive for April, 2009
For those who don’t know, sys.path is the path that the Python interpreter traverse at each module import to look for the module file imported.
This blog post is about the consequences of having a long sys.path. I’ll try and make it short, but I would have a lot to say. I am just reacting on [...]