[Numpy-discussion] Wiki page for building numerical stuff onWindows

Aron Ahmadia aron at ahmadia.net
Tue Apr 15 14:14:14 EDT 2014

Fernando is referring to this: http://lightningpython.org/

I have to admit that as a Pythonist supporting Windows builds, Cygwin
and/or MinGW have always been the most appealing because so much of the
rest of the numerical computing infrastructure is primarily supported on
UNIXy platforms.


On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 2:10 PM, Fernando Perez <fperez.net at gmail.com>wrote:

> Quick question on this: has anyone looked at the Open Watcom compiler?
> There was a lighting talk at Pycon about a guy who's been working on
> getting Python itself to build on Windows with this compiler. I don't know
> if it might help in all this, if nothing else it mitght be good to have.
> This was the fellow who presented (and his Twitter handle makes me think he
> might be interested in this conversation too, I didn't have a chance to
> catch him, unfortunately):
> https://twitter.com/fortranjeff
> Cheers,
> f
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