[SciPy-user] No recent windows binaries?

Xavier Gnata gnata at obs.univ-lyon1.fr
Mon Aug 29 08:19:42 CDT 2005


Robert Kern wrote:

>Xavier Gnata wrote:
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>>Hi,
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>>Scipy under Linux is just great but the last release is so old (October
>>9, 2004) that we have to compile the current CVS version.
>>It is not really a problem under Linux but it is impossible to do that
>>under windows using a free compiler (you need Visual C++ .NET...)
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>John Hunter has had success compiling matplotlib for Python 2.4.1 on
>Windows with mingw.
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>http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/2004-December/254826.html
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Great news :) I will try that.

>>Is there any python version compiled with a free compiler under windows
>>(eg with devcpp)?
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>>Is there more recent precompiled windows versions ?? I do not ask for a
>>daily compiled CVS version but compiling only one version per year
>>doesn't not make sense IMHO.
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>Not at the moment, but people are working on cutting one last release
>(with binaries) before the big reorganization.
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Is this reorganisation only related to the new numarray/numerics design 
(numeric3) or is there something else?

Xavier



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