[Numpy-discussion] Building a Win32/Python2.4 multi-version egg for Numpy

Fadhley Salim fadhley.salim@uk.calyon....
Tue Oct 21 08:41:03 CDT 2008


Is there a way to make a multi-version egg from the Numpy source code
(supplied from sourceforge). 

Ideally I'd like to create an automated process that allows me to
quickly make a Win32 egg any time a new release of Numpy comes out so
that my team can test it and adjust our project's dependancies as they
see fit.

Initially I'd like to make multiversion eggs for both Numpy 1.1 and 1.2
so that my team can get started on testing this library. Is there
anybody here who has managed to build an egg from Numpy?

Thanks,

Sal

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