[Numpy-discussion] Building Windows binaries on OS X
Mon Feb 8 09:17:39 CST 2010
On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 11:06 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Currently scipy binaries are build with MingW 3.4.5, as far as I know,
> >> which includes g77. The latest release of MingW uses gfortran, gcc
> >> 4.4.0
> > You mean gcc 3.4.5, and yes that's what I've got. MinGW itself is at
> > 5.1.6 now, and still include gcc and g77 3.4.5. Not sure where you see
> > 4.4.0 but I can easily have missed it on what surely has to be the worst
> > download page on SourceForge:
> (I don't think the mingw version is important, it's more important
> which gcc is bundled, so I'm sloppy.)
> "view all files" and header "GCC Version 4"
This is not in the current default MinGW bundle, that still pulls in 3.4.5.
But you could indeed install it manually.
> >> I think, that, eventually, scipy should switch to gfortran also on
> >> Windows. But it might need some compatibility testing.
> >> And it would be very useful if someone could provide the Lapack/Atlas
> >> binaries, similar to the ones that are on the scipy webpage for mingw
> >> 3.4.5. (I don't have a setup where I can build Atlas binaries).
> > Where are these binaries hidden? All I can find is
> > http://scipy.org/Cookbook/CompilingExtensionsOnWindowsWithMinGW
> These are the Atlas binaries that I am using with MinGW gcc 3.4.5
> Ah yes, thanks. I read that page before, but the word 'Pentium' triggered a
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