f2py on windows tutorials

Flavio fccoelho at gmail.com
Tue Sep 26 20:58:13 CEST 2006


Its been a while since i Tried this and right now I have no access to a
windows
machine to try it and show you the error messages I was getting.

I was using the latest version of Python Enthouhgt edition. But I was
trying to compile the fortran code directly with f2py.

What I would like to have is a setup.py tailored to compile an f2py
extension on windows. Have you got one of these? if so please send it
to me and I can certainly figure out the rest.

thanks,

Flavio

Robert Kern wrote:
> Flavio wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > Compiling f2py extensions in Linux is a trivial task, You can even
> > automate it with distutils. Now, in a Windows machine this does not
> > seem to be an easy task. At least, I could not find any decent tutorial
> > on how to do it.
> >
> > Is there a  way to do this? Can some one point me to a tutorial.,
> > please?
> >
> > I have tried some approaches: mingw, xmingw (cross-compiling from
> > Linux) and Python enthought edition (which is supposed to come
> > preconfigured to enable people to use Scipy tools, such as f2py)
> > Withouth success.
> >
> > Anyone out there knows how to do this? Anyone from the Scipy dev team
> > care to document it?
>
> <shrug> It's worked fine for me using Enthon (which comes with mingw and g77,
> things you will need at minimum).
>
> What versions of Enthon and f2py are you using?
> What exactly did you try?
> What errors are you seeing?
> How are you trying to compile your modules, i.e. with just the f2py command or
> are you building a setup.py file?
> Did you pass "--compiler=mingw --fcompiler=gnu" to your build command?
>
> --
> Robert Kern
>
> "I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma
>   that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had
>   an underlying truth."
>    -- Umberto Eco




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