[Numpy-discussion] Istalling Numpy and Scipy on preinstalled Python 2.6 on Mac
Sun Jul 15 16:51:25 CDT 2012
I assume you checked that ?
You basically have everything you need there. A basic warning, though: you don't want to overwrite Mac OS X's own numpy, but to install it either locally (in ~/.local, using python setup.install --user) or in a virtual environment (http://www.doughellmann.com/projects/virtualenvwrapper/)
Note that virtualenvwrapper allows you to specify the version of python to use during the compilation (using the -p or --python= flag). But you could do it yourself when compiling the sources: just use `your_path_to_your_python_version setup install --user`
Let me know how it goes
On Friday, July 13, 2012 at 19:22 , Naser Nikandish wrote:
> I need to install numpy and scipy on preinstalled Python 2.6 on my Mac Lion. Is there anyway to do it? I am aware that Lion OS comes with Python 2.7 as well. But I have to install it on Python 2.6. I really appreciate any help.
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