[Numpy-discussion] how to run the tests.

David M. Cooke cookedm@physics.mcmaster...
Thu Apr 5 14:25:02 CDT 2007


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Christopher Barker wrote:
> Just a quick comment.
> 
> I just built 1.0.2 on my OS-X box, and it took me entirely too long to 
> figure out how to run the tests. I suggest something like:
> 
> ""
> after installing, to run the numpy unit tests, you can run:
> 
> import numpy
> numpy.test()
> """
> 
> be added to the readme after the instructions on how to run setup.py 
> install.

I use python -c 'import numpy; numpy.test()' for that. I've added a note
 to the README.

> A question:
> lapack_lite.so is linked against:
>  
> /System/Library/Frameworks/Accelerate.framework/Versions/A/Accelerate
> 
> Does that mean the Apple-supplied BLAS/LAPACK is being used?

Yes; the Accelerate framework exists on all installations of OS X, so we
can use it with no problems.

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