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Questions on installing numpy

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I have Python 2.7.2 installed on OS X 10.7.1.

I installed numpy using distribution file It didn't appear to install correctly, so I ran easy_install numpy, which did appear to work.

Python now uses numpy 1.5.1 which (I think) was installed by setuptools in folder:

Version 1.6.1 resides in:

I'm working on installing matplotlib, and at the moment it is complaining about numpy 1.5.1. Also, in the near future I will be moving to a new system (also OS X 10.7.1) and I'd like to understand how to get everything installed properly by then.

What determines which library python uses for a particular package--why is it getting the version from Extras instead of from site-packages?

Edit: I probably should add that I've been using an EPD distribution, which has everything included, but unfortunately I need a newer version of tcl and the license terms are too restrictive.
Sep 3 '11 #1

✓ answered by dwblas

Today, has a link to "matplotlib and numpy for Python 2.7 on Mac OS X Lion"

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It turns out that the most recent build of numpy that will install correctly on OS X 10.5+ is version 1.5.1.
Sep 3 '11 #2

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Today, has a link to "matplotlib and numpy for Python 2.7 on Mac OS X Lion"
Sep 5 '11 #3

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I had just found the blog the links to, and after a false start or two managed to get everything working.
Sep 5 '11 #4

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