[SciPy-user] fastumath installation problem
matt at hotdispatch.com
Thu Jul 15 11:23:43 CDT 2004
So I worked around this, if people have the problem in the future. I
edited fastumathmodule.c to comment out the line that defines
HAVE_INVERSE_HYPERBOLIC and the install works fine. This seems sub
optimal, since those functions do really exist on my machine, but
whatever, I'm happy if it works.
On Jul 14, 2004, at 6:23 PM, Travis E. Oliphant wrote:
> matt wrote:
>> So my SciPy install was going great. I installed Atlas and all of
>> the other prerequisites without a hitch. I'm using FreeBSD 4.9 and
>> installed most of the pre-req's from the ports package. The actual
>> SciPy install get's really far, but it barfs when trying to compile
>> fastumath_unsigned. This seems strange and not easily traceable to a
>> missing pre-req or anything. Below is the output from 'python
>> setup.py install'. Any help here at all would be very useful. I
>> can provide details like version nums of all the pre requisites and
>> the like upon request. Thanks in advance.
> This looks like a library problem. Are the hyperbolic inverse
> trigonometric functions not available with your platform. Or is their
> some header file that has to be included to get them?
> These are defined in the file as long as
> is not defined for your platform.
> In fastumathmodule.c there is a statement there that checks for a few
> platforms and it looks like BSD is included and so
> HAVE_INVERSE_HYPERBOLIC gets defined for the rest of the compilation.
> Doesn't FreeBSD define these? Are you just missing a proper math
> Anybody else seen this?
> -Travis O.
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