[Numpy-discussion] [numscons] 0.6.1 release: it build scipy, and on windows !
Mon Apr 21 05:52:09 CDT 2008
Congratulations for this :)
2008/4/21, David Cournapeau <email@example.com>:
> I am pleased to announce the 0.6.1 release of numscons. You can get
> tarballs, eggs for python 2.4/2.5 and windows installers on launchpad:
> I did not announce any release of numscons for some time, but this one
> is a significant milestone: it can build both numpy and scipy on linux,
> mac os X and windows (mingw only for now), and all tests pass on those
> three platforms (that is, all tests which pass on distutils build).
> Here is a full changelog since the last announced release:
> - Update the local copy of scons to 0.98. All internal modifications
> to scons needed for numscons are now integrated upstream, which means it
> is theoretically possible to use an external scons
> - f2py scons tool is now executed in its own process to avoid race
> issues with parallel builds. Concretely, this means building scipy with
> the --jobs options to use multi core should work.
> - f2py has been almost entirely rewritten: it can now scan the
> module name automatically, and should be much more reliable.
> - Msvc runtime issues are now fixed: the PythonExtension builder
> does not link the msvc runtime if its sources contain some fortran files
> - Added initial support for C++ flags customization
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