[SciPy-user] Building on Windows with the Intel VisualFortranCompiler
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Sat Aug 5 20:45:54 CDT 2006
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> On Behalf Of Albert Strasheim
> Sent: 06 August 2006 03:34
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> Subject: Re: [SciPy-user] Building on Windows with the Intel
> I think intel.py is simply wrong. It does:
> ar_exe = 'lib.exe'
> fc_exe = 'ifl'
> if sys.platform=='win32':
> from distutils.msvccompiler import MSVCCompiler
> ar_exe = MSVCCompiler().lib
> ar_exe is set already, so why go look for a value for it in the
> MSVCCompiler instance?
Removing the code mentioned above seemed to fix the problem. Filed NumPy
ticket #234 for this one.
Unfortunately, it seems the special/cephes/const.c code contains some
constructs that MSVC doesn't accept. I reported these here some months ago:
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