[Numpy-discussion] How to tell if I succeeded to build numpy with amd, umfpack and lapack

Paul Ivanov pivanov314 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 01:09:51 EST 2011


Samuel John, on 2011-01-26 15:08,  wrote:
> Hi there!
> 
> I have successfully built numpy 1.5 on ubuntu lucid (32 for now).
> I think I got ATLAS/lapack/BLAS support, and if I
> >  ldd linalg/lapack_lite.so
> I see that my libptf77blas.so etc. are successfully linked. :-)
> 
> However, how to I find out, if (and where) libamd.a and libumfpack.a
> have been found and (statically) linked.
> As far as I understand, I they are not present, a fallback in pure
> python is used, right?
> 
> Is there a recommended way, I can query against which libs numpy has
> been built?
> So I can be sure numpy uses my own compiled versions of libamd, lapack
> and so forth.

Hi Samuel,

take a look at numpy.show_config() and scipy.show_config() 

best,
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