[SciPy-user] building fortran extensions in scipy

Christopher Fonnesbeck chris at fonnesbeck.org
Tue Feb 17 14:11:07 CST 2004


On Feb 17, 2004, at 1:22 PM, Christopher Fonnesbeck wrote:

> As I indicated in a previous post, I am trying to move some of the 
> distributions pdf and likelihood methods to FORTRAN in order to speed 
> them up for use in statistical simulation procedures (such as MCMC). I 
> have put together one such extension, and added it to the list of 
> modules in stats/setup_stats.py, as follows:
>
> 	# add futil and fdist modules
> 	sources = ['futil.f','fdist.f']
> 	sources = [os.path.join(local_path,x) for x in sources]
> 	for x in sources:
> 		ext = Extension(dot_join(parent_package,package,x),sources)
> 		config['ext_modules'].append(ext)
>
> However, when I build scipy, I see that neither futil.so or fdist.so 
> exist in the scipy installation. How can I persuade scipy to install 
> them?
>

Ignore this ... I see my mistake. Sorry.

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Christopher J. Fonnesbeck ( c h r i s @ f o n n e s b e c k . o r g )
Georgia Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, University of Georgia



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