[Numpy-discussion] can't build numpy 1.2.0 under python 2.6 (windows-amd64) using VS9

Paul Lucek plucek@ssaris....
Thu Oct 9 11:17:52 CDT 2008


Thanks Hanni!  That did it.  Numpy builds and installs by commenting
out:

 

#ifndef HAVE_FREXPF

static float frexpf(float x, int * i)

{

    return (float)frexp((double)(x), i);

}

#endif

#ifndef HAVE_LDEXPF

static float ldexpf(float x, int i)

{

    return (float)ldexp((double)(x), i);

}

#endif

 

in numpy-1.2.0\numpy\core\src\umathmodule.c.src


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