Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 538028
numpy doesn't support ARM architecture
Last modified: 2009-11-17 14:56:05 EST
Created attachment 369856 [details]
Add ARM support
Description of problem:
since numpy doesn't know about ARM, it cannot deduce its endianness. Thus, build fails.
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Adding support for ARM should be fairly straightforward. Attaching a patch that adds the support. Find a successful build here:
Jitesh, the patch is much appreciated, and we can certainly take it into the build. If you haven't already, can you please submit this upstream to the rrdtool-developers mailing list?
Jarod, was this comment on the wrong bug, perhaps?
Hah! Wow. No, somehow, my brain translated numpy into rrdtool. So comment #1 holds, if you replace "rrdtool-developers mailing list" with "wherever the numpy devs prefer to accept patches". (I need more coffee...)
I'm right there with you. :) I'll start work on getting this into rawhide. . .
Jarod, okay I'll file the bug here : http://mail.scipy.org/mailman/listinfo/numpy-tickets. Although the last mail was in April 2009, which is not very heartening :-)
Also, I saw the koji build. It got built as "numpy-1.3.0-6.fc13.fa1". Guess I left an extra "fa1" in the Release. It should have been "numpy-1.3.0-7.fc13"
The fa1 won't cause any problems.