[Numpy-discussion] Compiling for free on Windows32
Wed Apr 15 11:44:42 CDT 2009
There is a Python limitation for the compiler. if you have 2.5 or
less, you're stuck with VS2003, if you have 2.6, you can use 2008 (or
2005, I don't remember). If you use numscons, you can go with any of
them (at your own risks).
You can also use mingw.
For scipy, you have to use mingw, because there is no other free
2009/4/15 Fadhley Salim <Fadhley.Salim@uk.calyon.com>:
> I've been asked to provide Numpy & Scipy as python egg files.
> Unfortunately Numpy and Scipy do not make official releases of their
> product in .egg form for a Win32 platform - that means if I want eggs
> then I have to compile them myself.
> At the moment my employer provides Visual Studio.Net 2003, which will
> compile no version of Numpy later than 1.1.1 - every version released
> subsequently cannot be compiled with VS2003. I've tried.
> What I'd really like is some other compiler I can use, perhaps for free,
> but at a push as a free time-limited trial. I would use that to compile
> the eggs. Is anybody aware of another compiler that I can download and
> use without paying anything and will definitely compile Numpy on
> So in summary, what I need is:
> * A compiler for Windows
> * Which will definitely compile numpy 1.3.0
> * Which I can use for free (legally)
> Please only suggest something if you know for a fact that it works - no
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