[Numpy-discussion] numpy installation issues
Mon Jul 7 07:09:09 CDT 2008
Unfortunately these variables are not set in the environment. (I checked
I also reinstalled the cygwin python package (again) and ran 'find . -name
libpython* -print', this gives:
The /usr/lib/python2.5/config/ directory contains the following files:
But the numpy install is still unable to use these, it gives the same error.
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 11:16 AM, David Cournapeau <
> Chris Bartels wrote:
> > Sorry, my message was ambiguous: I indeed did this, I installed python
> > from the cygwin installer
> Ok. Python sources are not needed to build python extensions. Only the
> headers and the python runtime are needed.
> Basically, the problem is that for some reason, the library path flags
> are not passed to the linker, and I thought this was because of a bad
> python build (from which numpy build system find those informations).
> Now, the most likely reason for the problem is that you have
> LIBPATH/LINKFLAGS in your environment. If so, unset them: they do not
> work as you would expect with numpy/scipy.
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