[SciPy-dev] Installed on FreeBSD, but no FFT gives errors
jochen at jochen-kuepper.de
Fri Nov 9 20:14:42 CST 2001
On Fri, 9 Nov 2001 12:50:38 -0800 Robert Lytle wrote:
Robert> I finally last night installed my hacked SciPy on FreeBSD.
Robert> I couldn't include the FFTW part because the FreeBSD fftw port
Robert> has different libararies than Linux evidently.
That's not exactly true. Different library *names*. And not compared
to Linux, but compared to "what scipy assumes to be the FFTW
I just mad a whole bunch of soft-links in /usr/local/lib to represent
the following (from scipy/setup.py):
| # FFTW (requires FFTW libraries to be previously installed)
| double_libraries = ['fftw_threads','rfftw_threads','fftw','rfftw']
| float_libraries = map(lambda x: 's'+x,double_libraries)
That is, you need libfftw_threads.so, librfftw_threads.so, libfftw.so,
librfftw.so plus the according set of 's'-libraries. I guess it is
obvious what these should link to (depends on what you have:).
In the long run this has to be replaced by some detection scheme what
the FFTW-libs are named on the local system, I'd say.
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