[Numpy-discussion] typo in arrayobject.h?

Konrad Hinsen hinsen at cnrs-orleans.fr
Tue Mar 18 09:44:05 CST 2003


On Tuesday 18 March 2003 09:29, christiaan.kok at philips.com wrote:

> Ok, I found the problem. Within libnumpy-access.h yet again arrayobject.h
> is called which causes the problem. So changing this to
>
> #include "c:\python22\include\Python.h"
> #include "c:\python22\include\numeric\arrayobject.h"
> #include "libnumpy-access.h"
> #define PY_ARRAY_UNIQUE_SYMBOL
>
> static PyObject* find_minimum(PyObject *self, PyObject *args){
> ........
>
> Now it works perfectly. Probably my code runs under linux anyway due to

In that case, you can as well remove the #define line, because it has no 
effect when used after including arrayobject.h.

Konrad.
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