Re: fflas-ffpack needs update for atlas in rawide

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2013/10/3 Jerry James <loganjerry@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 8:57 AM, Jerry James <loganjerry@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Does anybody know what progress is being made towards getting a
>> working atlas package on ARM?  Thanks,
> Big thanks to Orion for fixing the atlas build on ARM.  Paulo,
> fflas-ffpack and linbox have now been rebuilt for the new atlas.  You
> should be able to rebuild sagemath now.  Let me know if you want me to
> do the build for you.


  I started working on updating to sagemath 5.11 but besides the problems
in the update, I was stuck with the fflas-ffpack and linbox issues.
  It should be required to review this now:

$ grep -i atlas ~/fedora/sagemath/*
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:BuildRequires: atlas-devel
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:# ensure proper/preferred
libatlas is in linker path
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:    perl -pi -e
's|^(extra_link_args = ).*|$1\["-L%{_libdir}/atlas"\]|;'
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:# o link with proper atlas
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:    # make atlas/blas
available to compiled sources
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:       's|^(extra_link_args
=).*|$1 ["-L%{_libdir}/atlas"]|;'          \
/home/pcpa/fedora/sagemath/sagemath.spec:    export

as rawhide atlas should no longer match the atlas bundled in sagemath.

  If you want to look in the above, just check build logs, feel free to
rebuild it, but I am afraid it may not be too easy.

> Regards,
> --
> Jerry James

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