[Numpy-discussion] Build numpy without support of "long double' on OS-X

Sebastian Haase haase at msg.ucsf.edu
Thu Jan 25 10:44:36 CST 2007


Hi!
When I try running my code on
panther (10.3) with a numpy that was built on tiger (10.4)
it can't load numpy because of missing symbols
in numpy/core/umath.so
The symbols are
_acoshl$LDBL128
_acosl$LDBL128
_asinhl$LDBL128

(see my post from 5 oct 2006:
http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.numeric.general/8521 )

I traced the problem to the libmx system library.

Since I really don't need "long double" (128 bit) operations - I was
wondering if there is a flag to just turn them of?
Will SciPy built with this ? (Is there an equivalent flag maybe ?)

Thanks,
Sebastian Haase


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