[Numpy-discussion] binary builds against older numpys
Wed May 20 15:17:42 CDT 2009
2009/5/20 Stéfan van der Walt <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> David Cournapeau also put a check in place so that the NumPy build
> will break if we forget to update the API version again.
> So, while we can't change the releases of NumPy out there already, we
> can at least ensure that this won't happen again.
OK, great -- thanks for th info. From reading David's comments in the
David > - Backward compatibility means that you can build something against
David > numpy version M, later update numpy to version N >M, and it
David > numpy 1.3.0 is backward compatible with 1.2.1
it looks like our best bet will be to build our python2.4 and
python2.5 binaries against 1.2.1 and our python2.6 binaries against
1.3.0 (since there are no older python2.6 numpy builds on the sf site
anyhow). I'll post on the mpl list and site that anyone using the new
mpl installers needs to be on numpy 1.2.1 or later.
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