[Numpy-discussion] Compiling for free on Windows32

Matthieu Brucher matthieu.brucher@gmail....
Wed Apr 15 13:14:24 CDT 2009


2009/4/15 Fadhley Salim <Fadhley.Salim@uk.calyon.com>:
> So what is the official way to compile Numpy 1.3.0 for Python 2.4.x? If Visual Studio 2003 will not compile it and nothing else is intended to work, then surely nothing will work? That cannot be right.

Mingw is used to compile numpy and scipy AFAIK.

> PS. Perhaps there is another way to do it... compiling for me is just a means to an end. We are users of Numpy not developers of Numpy. What I want most of all to just be able to pick up a .egg file for Numpy & Scipy pre-built for Win32 by somebody else. Even better if it were an official or quasi-official distribution of the product. Does anybody know if I can just download and use Numpy + Scipy in pre-compiled in egg form?

Why is exe files a problem ?
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