[MATRIX-SIG] compiling NumPy for Windows

Paul F. Dubois Paul F. Dubois" <dubois1@llnl.gov
Fri, 30 Jan 1998 11:51:58 -0800

You add /Tp to the compiler flags to tell it to treat your source as C++ and
that error goes away.

While it is true that I did find it easy to compile numpy I'm still trying
to figure out why it won't run. There is no question that Harri's .pyd's
work, but mine don't. I must have done something dumb but ...

-----Original Message-----
From: Konrad Hinsen <hinsen@ibs.ibs.fr>
To: da@skivs.ski.org <da@skivs.ski.org>
Cc: pas@xis.xerox.com <pas@xis.xerox.com>; matrix-sig@python.org
Date: Friday, January 30, 1998 11:29 AM
Subject: Re: [MATRIX-SIG] compiling NumPy for Windows

>> Konrad, you'll be glad to know that numpy_ez builds fine on Windows.
>> There are things the windows person needs to do to configure the build,
>> but no modifications to your source were needed.
>Fine, but some of my other modules don't, and I'd like to know why
>and what to do about it. My MMTK modules seem to have the same
>problem that Perry mentioned: Initialization of PyObject_HEAD_INIT()
>with a constant address is not accepted by the compiler. On the
>other hand, my netCDF module uses exactly the same method, and
>it works. Such problems don't increase my confidence in easy
>Windows installation...
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