[Numpy-discussion] Installation info
Mon Jun 9 02:23:07 CDT 2008
I have used the trail of Visual Studio 2008 (on full Server 2003) it
copmiles and runs well if you comment out the lines meantioned earlier on in
I am planning to spend some time with the intel fortran compiler to try to
compile blas/lapack in the next few weeks. It is part of my current project,
so I will report back, Intel are usually very friendly to open source and if
that means you offer intel optimised binaries they should hopefully be
(P.S. I sent an output from the compile in an earlier thread, but I think it
was filtered I will re-post it and try to compress it a bit)
2008/6/9 David Cournapeau <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Gael Varoquaux wrote:
> > I was just wondering, could we ask Microsoft for some help here. A build
> > bot, or a Windows 64 license... They are helping porting the SAGE project
> > to windows, so they do have interest in getting open source scientific
> > software working on windows.
> Windows 64 is actually the easiest problem: you can find free trial
> license for Windows server 2008 on MS website.
> The main problem is the compiler and BLAS/LAPACK: mingw cannot target 64
> bits yet (there is a mingw-w64 project, but after some digging, I found
> out that it was legally dubious, hence not integrated yet in the 'real'
> mingw project). Now, you could think about using MS compiler, but I
> don't like the idea very much, and there is the problem of blas/lapack.
> cygwin, already slow, is dog slow on windows 64 (because it runs in 32
> bits, I guess ?), and is needed to build atlas (blas and lapack too, but
> it is at least theoretically possible to build them without makefiles;
> atlas build system is so complicated that it makes autotools feel
> extremely enjoyable).
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