[Numpy-discussion] Code for compatibility with gfortran, license issues

Hanni Ali hanni.ali at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 03:09:45 EDT 2009

Hi David,

Sounds very interesting, have you noticed any improvement in performance ove
using the builtin numpy blas lite?

If you need someone to test on Windows 64 I would be happy to do so.


2009/6/29 David Cournapeau <david at ar.media.kyoto-u.ac.jp>

> Hi,
>    I started working on a new approach for windows 64 bits support, to
> be able to combine gfortran and visual studio. Basically, I am
> reimplementing the needed functions from libgfortran so that it can be
> built with MS compiler, but I cannot hope to do that without using
> gfortran sources (under the GPL 3), if only for the signature/API of the
> functions. Is it ok to include those sources in numpy/scipy, given that
> they will only be used in those cases where libgfortran would have to be
> used anyway ?
> I got pretty far very quickly using this method (full numpy works except
> for a few unit tests, scipy.linalg, scipy.sparse, scipy.fftpack are
> already working), so it would be nice if it was possible :)
> cheers,
> David
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