[Numpy-discussion] HOWTO build NumPy without external math libs

Stefan Seefeld seefeld@sympatico...
Wed Jul 14 01:25:20 CDT 2010


On 07/13/2010 04:05 PM, Christopher Barker wrote:
> Robert Kern wrote:
>    
>>> I don't believe that there are any such options, but is there a particular
>>> reason why you *don't* want to use such external libs if you have them?  I
>>> don't think anyone has considered a use-case where one would want to ignore
>>> such libraries.
>>>        
>> Building redistributable binaries.
>>      
> indeed -- and it is quite possible.
>
> It looks like things have changed since I last did it, but take a look
> at setup.cfg.example, you should be able to figure it out.
>    

Thanks, I will look and try.

It would be great if such an option could be added; I'm sure I'm not the 
only one who wants this. (And, just to confirm: I'm indeed attempting to 
"cross-compile", in the sense that I build the package on one machine, 
then distribute it onto a set of hosts, which don't all look equal, but 
equal enough as to allow me to reuse the compiled NumPy package, as long 
as it doesn't depend on the particular linalg libs that happen to be 
installed on the build machine.

Thanks,
         Stefan


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