[Numpy-discussion] [Pythonmac-SIG] 1.4.0 installer fails on OSX 10.6.2
Thu Jan 7 13:16:40 CST 2010
David Cournapeau wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 1:35 AM, Christopher Barker
>> In the past, I think folks' have used the default
>> name provided by bdist_mpkg, and those are not always clear. Something like:
> The 32 bits is redundant - we support all archs supported by the
> official python binary, so python.org is enough.
True, though I was anticipating that there may be 32 and 64 bit builds
> About osx10.4,
As for that -- I put that in 'cause I remembered that in the past it has
said "10.5", when, in fact 10.4 was supported. Thinking more, I think
it's like 32 bit -- the python.org build supports 10.4, so that's all
the information folks need.
> still don't know how to make sure we do work there with distutils. The
> whole MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET confuses me quite a lot.
distutils should do it right, and indeed, I just tested the py2.5 and
py2.6 binaries on my 10.4 PPC machine ,and most of the tests all pass on
both. (though see the note below)
I think distutils does do it right, at least if you use the latest
version of 2.6 -- a bug was fixed there.
What OS/architecture were those built with?
> Other than
> that, the numpy 1.4.0 follows your advice, and contains the python.org
I should have looked first -- thanks, I think that will be helpful.
When I first installed the binary, I got a whole bunch of errors because
"matrix' wasn't found. I recalled this issue from testing, and cleared
out the install, then re-installed, and all was fine. I wonder if it's
possible to have a mpkg remove anything?
Other failed tests:
line 852, in _test_nextafter
assert np.nextafter(one, two) - one == eps
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 887, in test_spacingl
line 873, in _test_spacing
assert np.spacing(one) == eps
I think both of those are known issues, and not a big deal.
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