On Sat, Apr 28, 2007 at 04:20:30PM +0900, David Cournapeau wrote:
Peter C. Norton wrote:
Building numpy for my company's solaris distribution involves requring a run_path for the lapack+blas libraries we're using (libsunperf, though I'm considering swapping out for gsl since we may use that).
The situation we're in is that we need gcc to get the -R for paths like /usr/local/gnu/lib /usr/local/python2.5.1/lib, etc. but the default python distutils raise a not implemented exception on this. May I ask what the -R path option is doing ? I cannot find it in the doc of my gcc (on linux), and from your email, I don't see what it is doing ? Does it say where to find library when linking ? When running ? Does it set the patch in the binary ?
It sets the run path, but it supercedes $LD_RUN_PATH. -Peter -- The 5 year plan: In five years we'll make up another plan. Or just re-use this one.