[Numpy-discussion] building NumPy with Intel CC & MKL
rex at nosyntax.com
Wed Jan 24 02:20:18 EST 2007
Robert Kern <robert.kern at gmail.com> [2007-01-23 22:18]:
> You need to install the development package for Python. Usually it's named
> something like python2.5-devel.
Thank you. Did that, and NumPy compiled with a Brazillion warnings, but
Then I did:
(because I used the Intel defaults, and those are the correct paths)
But since the SUSE NumPy rpm is also installed, how do I determine
which version is loaded when the command:
from numpy import *
is issued in python? Subjectively, it appears the new version is not
being used. I expect a significant speed difference using the Intel
compiler and MKL on a Core 2 Duo.
Why is this so difficult?
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