[Numpy-discussion] Numpy compilation error
Sun Apr 18 18:06:54 CDT 2010
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 13:32, Pradeep Jha <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am running python 2.4.4. I installed numpy using the command
> python setup.py install --prefix=$HOME/bin
That's not a good prefix. --prefix=$HOME would be better. It will
create, if necessary, bin/ and lib/ underneath that.
> my site-packages directory got installed to the following address:
> in my preconfig file I changed the path to the following as you recommended
> # If numpy was installed using the --home option, set this to the
> # home directory for numpy. This will be needed for all numpy installations
> # that don't put the include files into python's native include directory.
> I still get the following warning message when I run the preconfig file:
> checking for python2... /usr/bin/python2
> Python command set by configure to /usr/bin/python2
> WARNING: NUMPY include dir
> does not exist.
> setting NUMPY_INC_DIR to
> Whats going wrong? The warning is right, as there is no directory called
> python on that address.
You need to set the variable NUMPY_INC_DIR to
or the equivalent if you decide to fix the --prefix as above.
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