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<elflng>(because it sounds like you have a 64 bit executable thats downcompiled, rather than a 32 bit executable thats upcompiled)
<bonz060>Here's what I have: `/gnu/store/l21xwala4flah4j1cv7vin9gh986js60-python2-2.4.6/bin/python: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, interpreter /gnu/store/z4li262il798hbl0l1h1k3a5g7r6bffa-glibc-2.31/lib/, for GNU/Linux 2.6.32, not stripped`
<elflng>is the ld-linux 64 or 32?
<elflng>all of the linked libs for mine are 32
<elflng>... look at the 2.6 . there are totally different methods for the mult and expr
<elflng>the main difference is everything is cast to longs to start with, which avoids the problem.
<elflng>so upcasting and then downcasting if necessary should fix the problem.
<elflng>i cant really spend time on this today - its erev Shabbos - but ill look bli neder tomorrow night.
<civodul>rekado: re the QuantStack folks have a nice narrative around "scientific software" in general
<civodul>conda/mamba, Jupyter, Binder, etc.
<civodul>also xtensor & co.
<civodul>numpy and all
<civodul>and all these tools are extremely popular
<civodul>which is nice, it's nice that "Python Science" is incrementally succeeding at putting MATLAB and all that stuff to the trash
<bonz060>elflng: That's ok. I've had a power outage where I live so I've been AFK my whole day :(
<bonz060>Here's what I have: <-- tthe ld-linux is 32 bit
<bonz060>I'll hack around this over the weekend.
<bonz060>Tbh, it's really cool working on something that existed when I was but a young kid :)
<bonz060>That's really cool heheh
<civodul>a youngster, lucky you! ;-)