Here's a patch from Jon for installing pypar on AMD64.
My hope is that we can iron out any installation problems collectively, so
that pypar 2.0 with Numpy support can go beta soon.
Cheers and thanks everyone
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jon Nilsen <j.k.nilsen@...>
Date: Jul 4, 2007 7:16 AM
Subject: Re: Pypar 2.0alpha (migrated to numpy) released
To: Ole Nielsen <ole.moller.nielsen@...>
Ole Nielsen wrote:
> Hello everyone
> As most of you are aware, Pypar (parallel programming with Python) has
> been migrated from the now obsolete Numeric package
> to the new numpy module. I have verified that the distribution installs
> using setup.py (thanks Prabhu) and passes the tests in test_pypar.py.
> However, I would be grateful if you guys could check if this version
> works for you and for any feedback you may have. If it all works, we can
> go for the beta release!
It almost work very well. I ran into some problems when building pypar
with python-2.5 compiled with gcc on an x86_64 linux box. The setup was
in this case hard coded for pgcc. In addition the extra_compile_flag
variable should be a list, not a string.
Otherwise this version works perfectly for me :) Nice work with getting
pypar into sourceforge!
I've attached a patch to pypar-2.0alpha_28.tgz, checking which compiler
is used and setting the flags accordingly. Should I upload the changes
to svn myself or should I hold it until more feedback is sent?
Jon Kristian Nilsen
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