[Numpy-svn] r5555 - trunk/tools/win32build
Mon Jul 28 00:01:51 CDT 2008
Date: 2008-07-28 00:01:47 -0500 (Mon, 28 Jul 2008)
New Revision: 5555
Update readme for win32build tools.
--- trunk/tools/win32build/README.txt 2008-07-28 04:39:26 UTC (rev 5554)
+++ trunk/tools/win32build/README.txt 2008-07-28 05:01:47 UTC (rev 5555)
@@ -1,9 +1,64 @@
-This directory contains various scripts and code to build installers for
- - cpuid: contains a mini lib to detect SSE.
- - cpucaps: nsis plugin to add the ability to detect SSE for installers.
- - *nsi scripts: actual nsis scripts to build the installer
- - build.py: script to build various versions of python binaries
- (several archs, several python versions)
+This directory contains various scripts and code to build binaries installers for
-To build the binaries, you need blas/lapack/atlas for all architectures.
+ - prepare a bootstrap environment to build binary in a self-contained
+ - build binaries for different architectures using different site.cfg
+ - prepare a nsis-based installer which automatically detects the arch
+ on the computer where numpy is installed.
+Should build the numpy 'super' installer for sse2, sse3 and nosse from scratch.
+You have to run it in the win32build directory.
+You need the following to use those scripts:
+ - python and mingw tools (gcc, make, g77 at least).
+ - the binaries for atlas/blas/lapack for the various archs supported
+ (see vendor in numpy repository root for tools to build those).
+ - python, nsis and subversion command line tools should be in your
+ PATH, e.g. running python, makensis and svn should work in a DOS
+ - the CpuCaps nsis plugin (see below on how to build it).
+cpuid: contains a mini C lib to detect SSE variants (SSE 1, 2 and 3 for now).
+It relies on gcc ASM, but porting it to VS should be trivial (only a few lines
+cpucaps: nsis plugin to add the ability to detect SSE for installers, uses
+cpuid. To build it, you have two options:
+ - build it manually: build the CpuCaps.dll with sources cpucaps.c and
+ cpuid.c in cpuid directory.
+ - with scons: if you have scons, just do scons install. It will build
+ and put the CpuCaps.dll in the plugins directory of nsis (if you
+ install nsis in the default path).
+Can build the binaries for each variant of arch in a bootstrap environment
+Script to prepare a bootstrap environment. A bootstrap environment depends on
+the python version (2.5, 2.4, etc...).
+It works by building a source distribution, unzipping it in a bootrap
+directory, and putting everything (build.py, nsis script, etc...) in it.
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