[Numpy-discussion] atlas not found, why?

David Cournapeau cournape@gmail....
Fri Nov 7 05:23:35 CST 2008


On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 8:10 PM, T J <tjhnson@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 2:16 AM, David Cournapeau
> <david@ar.media.kyoto-u.ac.jp> wrote:
>>
>> And you have no site.cfg at all ?
>>
>
> Wow. I was too focused on the current directory and didn't realize I
> had an old site.cfg in ~/.
>
> Two points:
>
> 1) Others (myself included) might catch such silliness sooner if the
> location of the cfg file were printed to screen during setup.py.  As
> of now, I get

I agree this is confusing. Our build process generally produces way
too much output, and not always useful information. FOr the site.cfg,
there are a lot of possibilities, I think the whole process is a bit
too smart for its own good, but it is hard to change without breaking
someone else workflow.

I will take a look at the code to see if it is doable to print the
actual site.cfg used if it is indeed used.

>
> Running from numpy source directory.
> non-existing path in 'numpy/distutils': 'site.cfg'
> F2PY Version 2_5986
> ...
>
> 2) The current system_info.py says:
>
> """
> The file 'site.cfg' is looked for in
>
> 1) Directory of main setup.py file being run.
> 2) Home directory of user running the setup.py file as ~/.numpy-site.cfg
> 3) System wide directory (location of this file...)
> """
>
> Doesn't this mean that it should *not* have picked up my ~/site.cfg?

Yes, it seems. To be honest, I never used this feature, I am surprised
myself it picked up $HOME/site.cfg.

>
>
> Anyway, I can now report that ATLAS is detected without defining any
> environment variables.

This the fortran wrappers of the ATLAS are broken, I am not sure it is
such a great news :)

David


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