[SciPy-user] Incorporating SUNDIALS in SciPy
Jan-Jan van der Vyver
janjan at ini.phys.ethz.ch
Tue Dec 14 05:44:44 CST 2004
Filed under Bug 74356, also see lam-mpi Bug 62561. (Needs the updated
lam-mpi ebuild to build with fortran support, also compile your gcc with
fortran flag set. I don't know how to enforce this in an ebuild)
Any feedback on how to write better ebuilds are welcomed,
On Mon, 2004-12-13 at 11:50 -0800, David Grant wrote:
> Please upload an ebuild to bugs.gentoo.org if you can, and I'll test
> Jan-Jan van der Vyver wrote:
> >I had no problems with the installation. (That is it compiled and gave
> >no errors).
> >I used the following flags
> >$ ./configure F77=g77 --enable-shared
> >I am on a Gentoo system (I'll create and upload an ebuild if people want
> >one). I also have the lam-mpi package installed, which at the moment has
> >the --without-fc directive (hence no fortran on mpi). I'll see if I can
> >work around that.
> >On Fri, 2004-12-10 at 03:03 -0800, Robert Kern wrote:
> >>Jan-Jan van der Vyver wrote:
> >>>Dear SciPy-community,
> >>>The latest package of SUNDAILS (SUite of Nonlinear and
> >>>DIfferential/ALgebraic equation Solvers) have just been released (BSD
> >>>license). Would it make sense to integrate this in SciPy? If not, why
> >>>not? (The major reason I'm still using Matlab is easy to use ode
> >>I don't see any showstopper reason not to. There are a handful of
> >>nitpicky reasons, however:
> >>It *is* a relatively large package; the source is about 3 MiB unpacked
> >>sans-docs. I'm not sure how many large packages Scipy can depend on.
> >>This one may be worth it, however, particularly if you can get it to
> >>work with sparse arrays.
> >>There is a bug in its build process such that "make install" doesn't
> >>work as expected on my machine (Mac OS X 10.3). It's easily worked
> >>around, however.
> >>F77 support (which would be the ideal route to a first pass via f2py)
> >>fails to configure with my setup (Fink g77 3.4.2). This is probably an
> >>error with my setup.
> >>I think this would be a great addition to Scipy. I would suggest getting
> >>it running outside of Scipy first (though depending *on* Scipy for
> >>scipy_distutils, sparse arrays, etc.). Then, when it's usable, we can
> >>integrate it into the Scipy hierarchy.
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