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From: fbissey@...
Subject: Re: new blas infrastructure and prefix
Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2011 16:39:58 +1200
Quoting fbissey@...:

> Quoting fbissey@...:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> So I was looking at the science overlay from my prefix on OS X.
>> And portage wanted me to upgrade my blas/cblas/lapack stack to the
>> new structure. I know they are marked ~x86 and ~amd64 but it doesn't
>> look good considering that I had a working stack in my prefix before.
>>
>> So I may make things a little more prefix friendly (OS X in particular)
>> in the coming days. I am also thinking of adding an ebuild to use the
>> native vectorize framework on OS X, unless someone strongly objects to it.
>
> Odd stuff, in the latest gsl from the science overlay someone decided not to
> support linking with an external cblas anymore. For some reasons it 
> breaks gsl
> on OS X. I have no idea if it is also broken in the main tree if you use
> internal gslcblas but I suspect it is. Using an external cblas however worked
> fine as far as I can tell.
>
I got that all wrong. I never had another cblas on OS X before. And I now see
that the external cblas option is gone from gsl itself. So why is it not
working anymore on OS X





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