[SciPy-dev] building binary installers
Sun Sep 14 14:20:14 CDT 2008
On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 1:38 AM, Stéfan van der Walt <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am impressed by the organisation of your Google Code page; very
> professional! Could you point me to an introductory paper on AMG and
> where it can be applied (maybe put it on the wiki -- along with
> references to your own papers, so that people who use your package can
> cite you)?
We're preparing a paper that introduces AMG to non-specialists and
describes what PyAMG can do.
There's a discussion of AMG towards the end of the "Multigrid Tutorial" slides:
> I don't have much advice for building on the different platforms -- I
> assume David will have more to say. For SciPy, we create a virtual
> machine under VMPlayer which runs Windows XP or XP64, and then do all
> the compiling and building there. That way, you can build on your
> private box, and if someone else needs to take over the
> responsibility, you just give them the VM image.
I'll give that a try. From the Windows installation documentation
it seems that Cygwin is the way to go. Is that still true?
Nathan Bell firstname.lastname@example.org
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