[Numpy-discussion] how to include numpy headers when building an extension?

David Cournapeau david@ar.media.kyoto-u.ac...
Wed Sep 12 00:55:09 CDT 2007


David M. Cooke wrote:
>
> I work on it off and on. As you say, it's not trivial :-) It also has
> a tendency to be fragile, so large changes are harder. Something will work
> for me, then I merge it into the trunk, and it breaks on half-a-dozen
> platforms that I can't test on :-) So, it's slow going.
>
> I've got a list of my current goals at
> http://scipy.org/scipy/numpy/wiki/DistutilsRevamp.
>
Would some contribution help ? Or is distutils such a beast that working 
together on it would be counter productive ? The things I had in mind were:
    - add the possibility to build shared libraries usable by ctypes (I 
just have a problem to start: I do not know how to add a new command to 
numpy.distutils)
    - provides an interface to be able to know how numpy/scipy was 
configured (for example: is numpy compiled with ATLAS, Apple perf 
libraries, GOTO, fftw, etc...)
    - add the possibility to build several object files differently (one 
of your goal if I remember correctly)

cheers,

David


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