[Numpy-discussion] numpy build fails on powerpc ydl
Charles R Harris
Tue Sep 4 22:41:37 CDT 2007
On 9/4/07, Vincent Broman <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Would you be willing to help get the config.h file set up correctly?
> Yes. I thought it was automatic, tho.
> What to do?
> > Its kernel is 2.4.19-Asmp tailored by the vendor.
> > Which vendor?
> Curtiss-Wright Controls, back when they were called Synergy.
> > Ancient.... Curtiss-Wright now supports Linux and kernel 2.6.16 on
> > some of their newer hardware
> The military ends up supporting ancient systems for a long time.
> I don't think I have the option of upgrading the OS on these beasts,
> especially when it involves a new binary format.
> That would be nice, tho, especially if it made it possible to run
Too bad. It looks to me like gcc2.95.3 should work just fine. Could you run
$ cat ./build/src.linux-i686-2.5/numpy/core/config.h
in your numpy source directory, with the appropriate changes of course, and
send the result? I'm curious about the value of SIZEOF_LONG_DOUBLE.
Then could you also compile and run
int main(int argc, char** argv)
printf("size of long double: %d\n", sizeof(long double));
And see what it prints? The two should be the same.
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