akabaila at pcug.org.au
Sat Apr 23 14:26:44 CEST 2011
On Saturday 23 April 2011 14:13:31 sturlamolden wrote:
> On Apr 23, 2:32 am, Algis Kabaila <akaba... at pcug.org.au>
> > Thanks for that. Last time I looked at numpy (for Python3)
> > it was available in source only. I know, real men do
> > compile, but I am an old man... I will compile if it is
> > unavoidable, but in case of numpy it does not seem a
> > simple matter. Am I badly mistaken?
> There is a Win32 binary for Python 3.1:
> I have not tried to compile NumPy as I use Enthought to
> avoid such headaches. I value my own time enough to pay
> for a subscription ;-)
Whilst I have Win32 officially paid for OS, never "fire it up".
I find nix systems much more interesting and convenient for
programming and consequently I use ubuntu for computing
activities. I do understand that many people prefer Win32 and
appreciate their right to use what they want. I just am at a
loss to understand *why* ...
I guess each to own taste,
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