[Numpy-discussion] Getting specific Win32 binaries? (was: numpy, py2exe, and SSE)
Sat Jun 7 17:55:05 CDT 2008
I'd like to be able to grab specific Win32 binaries from the
distribution -- e.g. the SSE, SSE2. or SSE3-specific files (so that I
can make sure to distribute the lowest-common-denominator ones via
py2exe). Is this possible with the current binary releases? Or ought I
to just build my own as required?
On Jun 4, 2008, at 1:37 PM, Zachary Pincus wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've been toying around with bundling up a numpy-using python program
> for windows by using py2exe. All in all, it works great, except for
> one thing: the numpy superpack installer for windows has (correctly)
> selected SSE3 binary libraries to install on my machine. This causes
> (of course) crashes when the binary py2exe bundle, which includes the
> numpy libraries installed on my machine, is run on a non-SSE3 machine.
> So, two questions:
> 1) What's the best target for "safe" binaries on i386 machines? No
> SSE at all? SSE? SSE2?
> 2) What's the best way to get the libraries desired installed for
> numpy? E.g. compile if myself with some --no-sse option? (And if so,
> any clue as to the required options.) Or is there some way to get the
> numpy windows installer to install a specific kind of binary?
> Zach Pincus
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