If you are interested in the development version of Blaze you can obtain the source from Github.

$ git clone

Many of the dependencies ( i.e. llvmpy ) are non-trivial to install. It is highly recommend that you build Blaze using the Anaconda distribution, a free Python distribution that comes with a host of scientific and numeric packages bundled and precompiled into a userspace Python environment.

Anaconda can be downloaded for all platforms here: .


To build project inside of Anaconda:

$ python install

To build documentation on a unix-based system:

$ cd docs $ make docs

To run tests:

$ python -c 'import blaze; blaze.test()'