[Numpy-discussion] distutils: compiler used by add_library
Wed Aug 29 17:52:57 CDT 2012
On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 3:20 AM, Matyáš Novák <email@example.com> wrote:
> I wrote extension some numerical extension for python, that requires
> and linking additional fortran sources. I find out, that these libraries
> can be easily added
> using config.add_library() function, but there is a problem.
> The --fcompiler command doesn't propagate to the stage where the
> libraries are compiled,
> so the default (and in my case wrong) compiler is used. (If I try
> compile the files using
> add_extension method, they are compiled by desired compiler, but I need
> combine more
> sources in one extension so I think that I can't use add_extension).
> Is there any way how to force python to use the right compiler, or at
> least hardcode the
> compiler in the setup.py?
Maybe somebody can help with your particular question,
but I was also struggling with similar issues when mixing Fortran, C and Python
and settled on using cmake for compiling and linking Fortran, C and
Python extension .so
modules, as well as installing the Python .py files.
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