[SciPy-dev] [numscons] 0.6.3 release: building scipy with MS compilers works
Wed Apr 23 14:52:17 CDT 2008
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 4:13 AM, David Cournapeau
> Sorry for announcing one more numscons release in such a short time:
> this releases can finally handle the last common platform, Visual Studio
> on win32. Win32 installers and source tarballs can be found on
> launchpad, as usual:
> Python eggs on pypi should follow soon (I cannot upload to pypi from my
> lab, unfortunately).
> Except the various fixes necessary to make the build work with MS
> compilers, there were a few improvements:
> - some more improvements for f2py scons tool, which simplified a bit
> some scipy scons scripts
> - the addition of a silent mode, to get more terse command lines
> output (not perfect yet), ala kbuild for people familiar with compiling
> linux (e.g. you get CC foo.c instead of gcc -W -Wall blas blas blas).
> The goal is to make warning more obvious (and to fix them at some point,
> of course :) ). Just use python setupscons.py scons --silent=N with N
> between 1 and 3 to see the result.
> As this was the last major platform I wanted to support, I can now move
> on polishing the API as well as starting a real documentation for
> package developers.
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