NumPy, SciPy, universal builds, and default fortran compiler for scientific ports
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Thu Jun 17 11:30:20 PDT 2010
On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 9:34 AM, vincent habchi <vince at macports.org> wrote:
> Well, that's not a question especially tied to scipy or numpy. Question is: with the rapid obsolescence of ppc* and i386 machines, what's the point in compiling universal apps ? If the response is: compile on a fast machine, execute also on a slow one, then I think it's worth also for scipy/numpy.
Some ports only work 32-bit. So, I have to install them, and their
dependencies, as 32-bit. But some of those dependencies are shared
with other ports I use, which I have installed 64-bit. So those
shared dependencies have to be universal. At least that's my
understanding of a "point" to universal programs.
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