[SciPy-dev] Re: Linalg2
oliphant.travis at ieee.org
Sun Mar 24 18:08:10 CST 2002
On Sunday 24 March 2002 07:48 am, you wrote:
> On Sun, 24 Mar 2002, Travis Oliphant wrote:
> > There aren't that many functions implemented in linear algebra that
> > require wrappings. Schur decomposition, QR decomposition, Cholesky, and
> > SVD decomposition would pretty much do it.
> I have implemented SVD now, it is in SciPy CVS.
> Travis, I noticed that you reorganized blas wrappers in linalg2. As a
> result many Fortran BLAS 2 routines are lost. Did you forget to commit
> some files where you put the signatures of these routines?
Nothing should be lost. I just renamed the files (e.g. from fblas to fblas2)
so that they could be installed along with linalg. Otherwise distutils
writes linalg2/fblas over linalg/fblas or vice-versa depending on which one
was installed first.
It's possible I forgot to commit a file. For example, do the fblas.pyf (now
fblas2.pyf) files need to be committed or are they automatically generated
from the generic_fblas.pyf files?
Can you be more specific about what you think is "lost."
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