[SciPy-user] [Numpy-discussion] Compiling numpy with 64 bits support under Solaris
Fri Sep 14 05:54:36 CDT 2007
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> with 64 bits support under Solaris
> Langella Raphael wrote:
> > I set F77FLAGS and G77FLAGS and one of them worked, all my
> objects are compiled in 64 bits. But I've got this linking
> error (note that I'm using GNU compilers and standard blas
> and lapack) :
> > <snip>
> This one looks easy: this is because you need to tell the
> linker you are building a shared library (you can tell it
> does not because it is looking for MAIN).
OK, but how to pass options to the linker? I thought it wasn't possible.
> I asked before whether sunperf is included in sun studio ?
> Can you confirm it ? If it is, maybe I can easily run a
> virtual machine with an open solaris with sunperf + gcc quite easily.
Yes, I confirm sunperf is included in sun studio. So you should be able to emulate Lucas environment (Solaris/x86), but I'm running sparc. Anyway, it could be helpful for me as well. Thanks.
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