[Numpy-discussion] Build Numpy Source using Visual Studio 6.0

Richie Richard_Martineau@xyratex....
Wed Sep 17 07:45:57 CDT 2008


Thanks for your message Matthieu

I agree that would give me a build but I'd rather have Numpy and Scipy
source codesets each in their own
workspaces so that as we try to port across to PharLap we have full
visibility.

I wonder if anyone has done similar in visual studio 2003 or higher?
I'm running vs2005 for the rest of my work but
the initial requirement for this Python work is that we use visual
studio 6.

Looks like I'm doomed!


Thanks again


Richie

On Sep 17, 12:34 pm, "Matthieu Brucher" <matthieu.bruc...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> 2008/9/17 Richie <Richard_Martin...@xyratex.com>:
>
> > Hello
>
> > I wonder if anyone can advise me or has done similar to the
> > following?
>
> > Basically I've downloaded the Python 2.5.2 source code that builds
> > with Visual Studio 6.0. I've built Python for windows. This was easy
> > (it even came with the pcbuild.dsw workspace file). Great!
>
> > Now comes the troubled bit...I now look for similar source code for
> > Python extensions Numpy and Scipy but there appears to be no source
> > code for vs6.0 and the source that I can find is not all obvious.
> > Looks like these are normally built using gcc
>
> I'd rather say that the files should be compiled by distutils, which
> will call the appropriate compiler. So if you compiled the VS6.0
> version of Python with VS 6.0, you should be able to just call python
> setup.py install.
>
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