This is a question I get asked a lot. Lapack is actually included in Accelerate library provided by Apple. You can include it in the header file of your C++ source code. Refer to this post for more information on how to use Lapack included in Accelerate.
If you like to use the latest version of Lapack, you can easily install it using Homebrew. Enter the following command in a terminal window to install Homebrew:
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
To install Lapack libraries, you should first install GFortran which is included as a part of GCC. Run the following command in a terminal window:
brew install gcc
Now, you can simply install Lapack by typing the following command in a terminal window:
brew install lapack
Please let me know your questions in the comment section.
In this article series, I’ll review the tools and options to connect to an MS SQL server on macOS.
Table of contents:
In order to connect to Azure SQL Database from MacOS (OS X) for free, you need two things:
1- Oracle SQL Developer (Download)
2- JTDS driver (Download)
Download these files and install Oracle SQL Developer. Then extract the JTDS driver zip file in a desired location (e.g., \Users\”Your User Name”\JTDS\).
Now open your Oracle SQL Developer and from the menu open preference as following figure shows:
From the Preference window, open Database > Third Party JDBC Drivers:
Click on the photo to open the full size image!
Here click on Add Entry and find your JTDS folder and choose jtds-1.3.1.jar as the driver path and click on Select and then OK.
Note: Before moving on from this part, make sure you have added your IP address in the firewall setting of your Azure Portal’s desired database.
Now you are ready to add your database to the program. From the connection pane on the left, click on the “+” button.
Now click on “SQLServer” tab and add your database connection information:
Click on connect. Don’t forget to retrieve your database here. Now save this profile. Now your database is ready to be inquired by transact SQL.
Next article: MS SQL on macOS: Connect to your database using Python