[Maxima] Lapack in maxima 5.12.0?
camm at enhanced.com
Mon May 7 14:35:57 CDT 2007
Would it be desirable at this time for the Debian package to compile a
maxima-lapack binary deb for optional installation?
BTW, I missed this development -- is it another f2cl job? Is there
any desire to have a low level direct access to the precompiled
external blas/lapack/atlas libraries? I also maintain these for
Debian. The setup there is that atlas libraries are drop in
replacements for blas/lapack, providing enormous performance
advantages without requiring recompilation.
"Vadim V. Zhytnikov" <vvzhy at mail.ru> writes:
> Robert Dodier writes:
> > On 5/6/07, Vadim V. Zhytnikov <vvzhy at mail.ru> wrote:
> >> I see some other problem. What is location of compiled lapack
> >> files? If /usr/share than this is bad. Share should contain
> >> only architecture-independent files.
> > Maybe lapack and other binaries from share should go into
> > /usr/lib/maxima/<version>/binary-<foolisp>.
> Vadim V. Zhytnikov
> <vvzhy at mail.ru>
> <vvzhy at netorn.ru>
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