[Numpy-discussion] access ndarray in C++
Wed Apr 23 03:40:52 CDT 2008
Hi David !
Is it possible to construct a Python module with Scons without tampering
with different flags? I think you built your own builder (just like I did),
but did you manage to put it in Scons 0.98 ?
2008/4/23, David Cournapeau <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Sebastian Haase wrote:
> > Hi Joris,
> > this is a great ( short ) recipe ! Could you elaborate on the line
> > "You need to compile myextension.cpp and make a shared library from
> > it. The easiest way is to use Scons with the constructor file:"
> > !?
> > How do you call Scons in your example !? On Windows ( = cygwin !? ) ,
> > Linux and on OS-X ?
> I think Joris mentioned scons because that's the easiest way to build a
> shared library in a cross platform way (taking care of -fPIC on unix,
> linker option, etc...).
> Scons is like make, and SConstruct files are like makefiles: you just
> call scons instead of make when you have a SConstruct file.
> > Scons is now part of numpy (svn), right ? (at least the scons version
> you mean)
> I think this had nothing to do with using scons to build numpy/scipy per
> se (numpy svn does not include scons, BTW, only hooks to call scons from
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