[Numpy-discussion] Re: Python 2.2 seriously crippled for numerical computation?
jochen at unc.edu
Tue Mar 19 17:10:22 CST 2002
The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
that has been posted to comp.lang.python as well.
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On Sat, 09 Mar 2002 00:17:40 -0500 Tim Peters wrote:
Tim> I hope the bogus underflow problem is fixed in CVS Python now.
Tim> Since my platform didn't have the problem (and still doesn't, of
Tim> course), we won't know for sure until people try it and report
Ok, looking at SourceForge and google this seems to be fixed in cvs
HEAD. Would it be possible to put the same patch into the cvs
python-2.2 branch, please? 
 If it is in there, it doesn't work for me with current python cvs
branch release22-maint. I still have to manually add -lieee.
(RedHat-7.0 with current updates.)
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