[Numpy-discussion] scipy 0.7.1rc2 released

Matthieu Brucher matthieu.brucher@gmail....
Mon Jun 8 08:58:22 CDT 2009


OK, I'm stuck with #946 with the MKL as well (finally managed to
compile and use it with only the static library safe for libguide).

I'm trying to download the trunk at the moment to check if the
segmentation fault is still there.

Matthieu

2009/6/8 Matthieu Brucher <matthieu.brucher@gmail.com>:
> Good luck with fixing this then :|
>
> I've tried to build scipy with the MKL and ATLAS, and I have in both
> cases a segmentation fault. With the MKL, it is the same as in a
> previous mail, and for ATLAS it is there:
> Regression test for #946. ... Segmentation fault
>
> A bad ATLAS compilation?
>
> Matthieu
>
>>> It could be simply enhanced by refactoring only mconf.h with proper
>>> compiler flags, and fix yn.c to remove the NAN detection (as it should
>>> be in the mconf.h).
>>
>> NAN and co definition should be dealt with the portable definitions we
>> have now in numpy - I just have to find a way to reuse the
>> corresponding code outside numpy (distutils currently does not handle
>> proper installation of libraries built through build_clib), it is on
>> my TODO list for scipy 0.8.
>>
>> Unfortunately, this is only the tip of the iceberg. A lot of code in
>> cephes uses #ifdef on platform specificities, and let's not forget it
>> is pre-ANSI C code (K&R declarations), with a lot of hidden bugs.\
>>
>> cheers,
>>
>> David
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