[Numpy-discussion] NumPy built distributions
Paul F. Dubois
pauldubois at home.com
Tue Sep 12 15:17:37 CDT 2000
I'm willing to add any built distributions that you make. In the longer run
I am happy to welcome additional developers who just want to be able to do
Here is what you do:
Upload your file
Send me email telling me the name of the file. I will reply when I have done
it. I don't know how long they let the files sit in incoming before blowing
them away but let's try it and see how things work out.
Please name the files so that they indicate the platform if not obvious,
Numeric version AND the Python version with which they were built. I suggest
something like Numeric-16.0-Python1.6.rpm, etc. The Python versions 1.5.2,
1.6, and 2.0 are incompatible.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: numpy-discussion-admin at lists.sourceforge.net
> [mailto:numpy-discussion-admin at lists.sourceforge.net]On Behalf Of
> Goodger, David
> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2000 7:33 AM
> To: numpy-discussion at lists.sourceforge.net
> Cc: robin at jessikat.fsnet.co.uk
> Subject: [Numpy-discussion] NumPy built distributions
> ATTN: Numeric Python project administrators
> There is a lot of interest in NumPy out there. Every time a new version of
> Numeric or Python comes out, people are interested in obtaining built
> distributions. Many of us are not able to build from source; without a
> repository of built distributions I'm afraid that many people
> will give up.
> The MacOS community is lucky that Jack Jansen, who maintains the MacPython
> distribution, also includes a built NumPy with his installers. Other OSes
> are not so lucky.
> Robin Becker (robin at jessikat.fsnet.co.uk) has built NumPy for Win32 many
> times and emails copies to those who request them. Unfortunately for him,
> but fortunately for NumPy, the demand is getting too high for
> this method of
> distribution. It would be great if these built distributions were
> for all, with minimal overhead to developers/packagers.
> Would it be possible to add Robin's installers to the FTP site? How should
> he (or I, if he's not able) go about this?
> David Goodger
> Systems Administrator, Advanced Systems
> Automation Tooling Systems Inc., Automation Systems Division
> direct: (519) 653-4483 ext. 7121 fax: (519) 650-6695
> e-mail: dgoodger at atsautomation.com
> goodger at users.sourceforge.net
> From NumPy's Open Discussion forum
> By: rgbecker ( Robin Becker )
> Numeric-16.0 win32 builds [ reply ]
> 2000-Sep-09 03:57
> I have built and zipped binaries for Numeric-16.0 for
> I am fed up with sending these binaries to people individually.
> Is there an FTP location I could use on the sourceforge site?
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