I am trying to compile the GDL python module and so far no luck. I am currently using the latest CVS version. I am attempting to install on OS X 10.6.6 with Python 2.7. My Python installation was done through macports.
Configuration fails when looking for libnumarray.h.
I am passing the following options to configure, taken from the current macports file with modifications to build the python module:
./configure --prefix=/opt/local --with-plplotdir=/opt/local --with-ncursesdir=/opt/local --with-readlinedir=/opt/local --with-gsldir=/opt/local --with-netcdf=/opt/local --with-hdf=/opt/local --with-hdf5=/opt/local --with-grib=/opt/local --with-Magick=/opt/local --without-wxWidgets --disable-dependency-tracking --x-includes=/opt/local/include --x-libraries=/opt/local/lib --with-udunits=/opt/local --with-fftw=/opt/local --with-libproj4=/opt/local --with-python=no --with-openmp=no --with-python=/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7 --enable-python_version=2.7 --enable-python_module
I get the following error:
checking for /opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/include/python2.7/numarray/libnumarray.h... no
Error! Python numarray package was not found
With the macports installation it looks like libnumarray.h can be found here:
If we can figure out how to get this to work, then I will submit a patch of the portfile to macports.
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