On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 09:55:49PM +0200, MBR MBR wrote:
Thanks for the tips! I tried both, and both actually worked to install
I then had some conflict between libraries and all my gccs (the one of my
system, the one I installed with Modules, and the one coming from Anaconda)
and Pythran failed to find OpenMP. I then reinstall Pythran "by hand" with
my latest install of gcc (a 4.9.2). Not sure it was necessary, but at least
it is consistent... And then, if I Pythranize my piece of code with this
version, it seems to work fine!
Thanks again for the help!