[Numpy-discussion] scipy binary for macosx tiger on ppc
Giorgio F. Gilestro
Thu Nov 29 17:29:24 CST 2007
Hi Josh, you're right I should probably email the guy directly.
I eventually managed to compile it installing the latest xcode, the
latest cctool to fix the __dso_handle bug, the gfortran and a couple of
other things. It took me an entire afternoon and now I don't have errors
on the the scipy.test (but I still have failures :( )
Now I just have to figure out why mac version of matplotlib does not
seem to have matplotlib.dates and where did drange go!
Joshua Lippai wrote:
> It's actually pretty simple to compile it yourself once you've
> installed the latest Xcode from http://developer.apple.com and X11
> from the OS X Tiger install disc. The instructions on Scipy's official
> OS X installation page ( http://scipy.org/Installing_SciPy/Mac_OS_X )
> are great for that. That said, it is true that the Scipy Superpack is
> now Intel-only. You should probably email the guy and ask him to make
> older versions of the superpack available, or at least the last PPC
> one he made. Best of luck.
> On Nov 29, 2007 1:54 PM, Giorgio F. Gilestro <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> does anyone of you happen to have sitting somewhere a DMG of a recent
>> version of SciPy compiled for MacOSX 10.4?
>> The SciPy webpage does not carry official releases and it is sending me
>> to the Scipy Superpack by Chris Fonnesbeck but that superpack seems to
>> be for intel cpu only. I didn't think making SciPy working in mac would
>> have been such a pain in the bum. Linux and Win worked without problem
>> but mac is driving me crazy (yes, compiling is a problem too.)
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