Is there a page in the Sage wiki or Sage documentation about "How to
install Sage from source faster" that gathers all those tricks?
The only thing I currently use is parallel stuff : export MAKE = "make -j4"
For example, how do I know that the architecture of my dual core os x
laptop is CoreDuo or Core2 or Corei2 or whatever when I want to set the
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 11:03:20 AM UTC+2, François wrote:
> Not spending the time compiling gcc to get gfortran?
> > On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 9:07:24 PM UTC+2, Eric Gourgoulhon
> > > with Ubuntu 16.04, if you install the Ubuntu package gfortran-5, your
> Sage build will use the system gfortran, which works fine (no missing
> > Is there any other reason/advantage for Sage to use the system gfortran?
> > Sébastien
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