[SciPy-user] Undefined symbol "ATL_cpttrsm"

Pearu Peterson pearu at scipy.org
Tue Nov 2 01:10:48 CST 2004

On Tue, 2 Nov 2004, Lee Harr wrote:

>> Thanks for the information. Could you try the latest scipy from CVS?
>> I just commited a patch fixing atlas,lapack names for freebsd and
>> implementation of missing atanh, asinh, acosh functions.
> With CVS just checked out ... (and no other patches applied):
> [...]
> creating build/temp.freebsd-4.10-STABLE-i386-2.3/scipy_core
> creating build/temp.freebsd-4.10-STABLE-i386-2.3/scipy_core/scipy_base
> compile options: '-DUSE_MCONF_LITE_LE -I/usr/local/include/python2.3 -c'
> cc: scipy_core/scipy_base/fastumathmodule.c
> In file included from scipy_core/scipy_base/fastumathmodule.c:417:
> scipy_core/scipy_base/fastumath_unsigned.inc:2508: `acosh' undeclared here 
> (not in a function)

Ok, try again the updated scipy from CVS.

Seems like on freebsd HAVE_INVERSE_HYPERBOLIC is defined somewhere but 
inverse hyberbolic functions may have different names from acosh, asing, 
atanh. I have fixed this by forcing -UHAVE_INVERSE_HYPERBOLIC.


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