[SciPy-user] numpy-1.0rc2 still does not build on MacOS X 10.4.7 (PPC)
robert.kern at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 22:22:27 CDT 2006
Tom Bridgman wrote:
> My 'plan B' will be R. Kern's suggestion of using gFortran,
Actually, my suggestion is to use gcc 4.0. This should be your "Plan A" since
gcc 3.3 *cannot* be used to build extensions for the Universal build of Python.
Don't bother futzing with the Makefile.
A side effect of this is that you must use gfortran instead of g77 since g77 was
never upgraded to work with gcc 4.0. Of course, your FORTRAN compiler does not
matter when building numpy, just scipy.
> by which
> I assume he means use gfortran-bin.tar.gz located here: http://
Yes, if you like. I use the one from MacPorts, but whatever works for you.
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an underlying truth."
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