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

Ravi lists_ravi@lavabit....
Fri Oct 10 09:00:48 CDT 2008


On Friday 10 October 2008 03:06:26 David Cournapeau wrote:
> > Given that commenting out the section above allows numpy to compile
> > without any apparent side effects, is there any chance we could get
> > "experimental" binaries of numpy 1.2.0 for python 2.6? I do understand
> > that a negative answer is very likely and the reasons therefor.
> >  
>
> I started a wiki page on the issues related to windows, 64 bits and
> python 2.6 (those issues are somewhat related at some level):
>
> http://scipy.org/scipy/numpy/wiki/MicrosoftToolchainSupport
>
> If you want to help, you can try solving one problem. In particular, if
> you know how to build ATLAS with Visual studio (for 64 bits support), it
> would be really helpful,

Michael Abshoff already responded to the ATLAS question. I don't have access 
to a 64-bit Windows. Given the volume of legacy 32-bit applications where I 
work, there is no chance of 64-bit Windows access for me for at least 2 years.

VS2008 with 32-bit windows should not have any problems (as you mentioned on 
the Wiki page referenced above). What needs to be done to figure out msvc9 
support on mingw and how can I help? I am a Windows n00b (mostly by choice) 
when it comes to platform-specific issues.

Regards,
Ravi




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