[SciPy-user] Weave under OSX 10.4

J. Stark jaroslav.stark at imperial.ac.uk
Thu Oct 13 05:40:57 CDT 2005

>Robert Kern wrote:
>J. Stark wrote:
>>  I haven't used weave for a while, and in particular not since I
>>  upgraded to OSX 10.4. Now I find that scripts which worked fine
>>  previously fail to compile - the error messages start with
>>  ... Numeric/arrayobject.h : No such file or directory
>>  A search of my hard disk fails to find arrayobject.h.
>>  Is this a know problem, or am I doing something stupid? I have set
>>  gcc to 3.3, rather than the default 4, and run the Tiger Python fix
>>  from http://undefined.org/python/
>You installation of Numeric is broken (and BTW, yes, you should stick
>with gcc 3.3). Are you using the system Python 2.3.5? If so, then I
>suspect that when /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework got
>upgraded, the Numeric headers that were installed there went *poof*, too.
>Reinstall Numeric, and the headers should be installed again.
>Robert Kern
>rkern at ucsd.edu

Thanks. Reinstalling Numeric did indeed fix things. I did a 10.4 
Archive and Install, and it looks as if this installs a fresh 
Python.framework, and fails to copy any customization from the 
previous System.

Thanks for your help.


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