[Numpy-discussion] 64bit infrastructure

Travis Oliphant travis@continuum...
Mon Aug 20 17:51:37 CDT 2012


I'm actually not sure, why.   I think the issue is making sure that the release manager can actually "build" NumPy without having to buy a particular compiler.  

But, I would rather have official builds of NumPy for all platforms with a compiler paid for by a NumPy-sponsor than not have them.    

-Travis



On Aug 20, 2012, at 5:28 PM, Chris Barker wrote:

> On Sun, Aug 19, 2012 at 11:39 AM, Ralf Gommers > The problem is that,
> unlike 32-bit builds, they can't be made with open
>> source compilers on Windows. So unless we're okay with that,
> 
> Why does it have to be built with open-source compilers? we're
> building against the python.org python, yes? Which is built with the
> MS compiler -- so why the insistance on open-source?
> 
> -Chris
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