Julia is a scientific programming language modeled after a few other languages that draws their advantages together for simplicity. It uses LLVM, and it has an MIT license.
I am going to build High Performance Computing based on FreeBSD 10.1and I don't know what is the start point for this topic. Does anyone have guidelines for this topic as I am doing long searches on the internet and I can't find any useful thing.
If you are familiar with complex numbers, they were most likely first introduced to you as an extension of the set of real numbers, something along these lines:With natural numbers one can solve the equation x+1=2, but not x+2=1.By extending the natural numbers with negativity, resulting in the...
I am (still) trying to build Julia, and I would like to set GCC (and gfortran and ld) to use /usr/local/* for linking and including search paths.
How can I do that at the top level of the project, "outside" of updating any Makefiles, so that I can run gmake and have it apply every...
I am trying to make Julia, but it fails with:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lgfortran
But I have gfortran. Consider:
julia/ (j=0,r=2)$ ls /usr/local/lib/gcc46/libgfortran.*