[SciPy-user] begging for binaries

Mathew Yeates myeates at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Oct 13 19:24:07 CDT 2005


Mathew Yeates wrote:

I have msvcr71.dll (note the missing 't'). When I accounted for this  I 
was able to compile and run scipy.test() without crashing.

Mathew

> after following your instructions I get
> c:\msys\1.0.10\MinGW\bin\..\lib\gcc-lib\mingw32\3.2.3\..\..\..\..\mingw32\bin\ld
> .exe: cannot find -lmsvcrt71
>
> I tried setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to c:\windows\system32 where I found 
> msvcrt71.dll
> but I got the same error
>
> Mathew
>
>
> Robert Kern wrote:
>
>>Mathew Yeates wrote:
>>  
>>
>>>Robert Kern wrote:
>>>
>>>    
>>>
>>>>Mathew Yeates wrote:
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>
>>>>>it went nowhere. I have very little experience with scipy's build process.
>>>>>Python24 was released almost a year ago. Its a shame that it can't be used.
>>>>>        
>>>>>
>>>>Can you give us some more information? Exactly what did you do? What
>>>>didn't work? Did things fail to compile? link? run?
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>
>>>Searched for references to msvcrt in scipy_distutils. Didn't find it.
>>>This isn't a problem I can solve.
>>>    
>>>
>>
>>It's not a problem I can solve either, but I'm trying. Please try the
>>following:
>>
>>Find the gcc specs file. If gcc.exe is %mingwpath%\bin\gcc.exe, and the
>>version is %mingwversion%, then the specs file should be
>>$mingwpath%\lib\gcc\%mingwversion%\specs . Change "-lmsvcrt" to
>>"-lmsvcrt71".
>>
>>Now, edit scipy_distutils/mingw32ccompiler.py at around line 102 or so:
>>
>>"""
>>        # no additional libraries needed
>>        self.dll_libraries=[]
>>        return
>>"""
>>
>>to
>>
>>"""
>>        # no additional libraries needed
>>        self.dll_libraries=['msvcrt71']
>>        return
>>"""
>>
>>  
>>
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