Using the gfortran from http://r.research.att.com/tools/, it's trivial
to build a universal build from source. The instructions on scipy.org
won't lead you astray.
I will ask around at work. Perhaps we can start building universal
scipy builds for distribution. Can anyone from the scipy devs email me
off list if you'd like to pursue this?... triggering a build
automatically from SVN commits or such would be good.
On Nov 29, 2007 3:43 PM, Christopher Barker
Joshua Lippai wrote:
Chris Fonnesbeck used to distribute both PowerPC and Intel binaries, but he can't compile them for PowerPC at all anymore because he no longer has access to a PowerPC machine.
You can build fat binaries with a single machine -- either one. Whether Chris wants to spend his time figuring all that out is up to him, but it's not a hardware limitation.
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