[Numpy-discussion] more general LAPACK support for NumPy

Paul F. Dubois paul at pfdubois.com
Tue Feb 6 10:26:09 EST 2001

Two notes in regard to this thread:
1. I am in progress making Pyfort support Digital Visual Fortran on Windows.
2. Pyfort does have a facility for automatic allocation of work space, at
least in the case that the size can be computed using ordinary arithmetic
from the sizes of other arguments or other integer arguments.

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Subject: Re: [Numpy-discussion] more general LAPACK support for NumPy

There is an old binding to the complete CLapack package, which can be
found at


It does not seem to have special support for Windows, but one can perhaps
start from there. I have tried cfortran ones and the wrapped function
signatures become quite long and verbose. I think one important
extension would be to make the automatic wrapper generators pyfort and
f2py support some windows compilers, although I must admit, I have not
looked into them for windows support yet.


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