How to link different site-packages to different Python?
I have Python 2.4 and 2.5 in my PC. And PythonWin is installed as IDE.
When I tried to use site-packages "Numpy", I installed the both
version (i.e. for 2.4 and 2.5).
Python 2.4 and Numpy for it work together well.
But when I type "from numpy import *" in Python 2.5. It throw out an
error indicate that the numpy library is link to Python 2.4 package?
How to fix this problem?
The error pasted below is copied from Python 2.5 PythonWin console:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<interactive input>", line 1, in <module>
File "...Linking with different compilers
I have some libraries from one vendor that was built with gcc 3.0.2. I
have another set of libraries from another vendor that was built with
I need to link a program that uses both libraries. I can get the two
vendors stuff to link finally, but I'm having trouble with libstdc++
and libgcc_s. The first vendor supplied a version of these in his junk
and I have another version for gcc 3.3. I get incompatibulities
between libstdc++.so.3 in 3.0.2 and libstdc++.so.5 in gcc 3.3. Both
have a libgcc_s.so.1.
When I run the program, I get something to the effect:
exe : library : version G...difference between compiling and linking...?
I only know Compiling usede to convert the .cpp file into .obj file.
but have really no idea about linking. please let me know about this.
> I only know Compiling usede to convert the .cpp file into .obj file.
> but have really no idea about linking. please let me know about this.
Here's a great post by the one and only Karl Heinz Bucchegger who, sadly,
has been missing lately.
http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.c++/browse_frm/thread/3274db962f1f060c/8e616babfa4cbc97?lnk=st&q=linking+author%3Akarl+author%3Aheinz&rn...link different LAPCKs
I have a problem with lapack linking. I want to use
dgetrs from lapack with extended precision so I add
-fdefault-real-8 to the compiler options when I
compile blas and lapack from the sources.
Now I also want to use dgesvd also from lapack
with the normal precision. I have also a
lapack version with normal precision.
How can I do this? If I link these two lapacks
to my program how does the linker differ between
Now I came to the conclusion to compile the different
library functions seperate and than use only them.
But maybe in the future I will use some diff...Link different code sections
Can anyone please help me with the following:
My application is running from non-volatile memory mapped at
I also have external RAM mapped at 0x8000 and above.
Events caused in my application changes the execution to a jump vector at
the beginning of the external RAM and each of the entries at the jump
vector should jump to a specific routine (or C label) residing in the
external RAM (starting at the end of the jump vector).
How can I specify to the linker which code goes where?
1. Can it use some kind of link file (if so where can I find documentation
2. ...Link to table of different name
I have a (linked) table called 'Deliveries' linked to a table of that
name in the back-end.
I now want to create a new link to another table named 'Deliveries' in
a different back-end.
I would like to call the linked table in the front-end
'DeliveriesPrevious' but, of course linked to the back-end table named
I can create a table and connect it:
Dim aTable As DAO.TableDef
Set aTable =
aTable.Connect = ";DATABASE=" &...alias or symbolic link, any difference?
Is there any difference between an alias created by the finder, or a
unix symbolic link created from a terminal window?
On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 07:27:56 -0500, Luke wrote:
> Is there any difference between an alias created by the finder, or a
> unix symbolic link created from a terminal window?
Yes, there is a difference. Although symbolic links work in the Finder,
Finder aliases do not work in the Terminal. Symbolic links are broken if
the target file is moved, but Finder aliases are not.
Judge Yohn's mistakes revealed in Mumia Abu-Jamal ruling.
<http://www.co...linking tables to different databases
Here is my situation. I have multiple copies of the same database on
our MS SQL server (same program, but differnet funding streams). I have
an Access 2003 front end that I link to the SQL server for ad-hoc
reports and queries. I link all the tables I need from a database (for
instance: dbo.tProvider, dbo.tParents, etc) Then I rename the tables
links in Access to just tParents, tProvider... this way I can have one
query, one report - I just update the links to the new database
whenever I need to change sources. Is there a clever way of renaming
the 'linked' table names in Acces...linking subroutine in different directory
hello, How can i compile and link a program that uses subroutines in
as for simple example;
$ cat trial.f90
is compiling as:
$ gfortran -c trial.f90 -I/home/rudra/Recursion/LMTO-A
but when i am trying to create the executable, it says:
gfortran trial.f90 -L/home/rudra/Recursion/LMTO-A -llm
/tmp/cc2gfNyf.o: In function `MAIN__':
trial.f90:(.text+0x44): undefined reference to `lm_'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
can anyone tell me the wayout?
As a work around...