[Numpy-discussion] Building Windows binaries on OS X
Wed Feb 24 08:20:07 CST 2010
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 5:19 AM, David Cournapeau <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Ralf Gommers wrote:
> > On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 3:42 PM, David Cournapeau <email@example.com
> > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> > So here is how I see things in the near future for release:
> > - compile a simple binary installer for mac os x and windows (no need
> > for doc or multiple archs) from 1.4.x
> > - test this with the scipy binary out there (running the full test
> > suites), ideally other well known packages as well (matplotlib,
> > pytables, etc...).
> > - if it works for you, or you cannot easily test it, put it for wide
> > testing as a basis for the 18.104.22.168 binary
> > - if it works, make a RC1 for Numpy 22.214.171.124 ("full" binaries).
> > I think we need to push this ASAP to recover from the current
> > confusion w.r.t. binaries.
> > That's a sensible plan, I'll start on it right away.
> Great. Let me know of any glitch.
> > Just to double-check, can the 1.4.x branch be released as-is? How about
> > the version, the version scheme major.minor.micro does not allow for
> > your proposed 126.96.36.199. Do you want to just drop the last .1 or make this
> > 1.4.1?
> Yes, 1.4.1 is fine. There are a few fixes besides the ABI fix now, so no
> need to complicate things further.
> I think 1.4.x can serve as the basis for 1.4.1 as is. I have not checked
> recently if it builds OK on MS compiler, but not much has changed.
I have the 2008 MSVC compiler already installed and can test building with
Python 2.6 that this afternoon. I have an old 2003 MSVC disc that I can use
to install MSVC 7.1 in parallel to allow me to test earlier versions as
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