Problem introduced after 1.0rc2 on AIX with xlc

Brian Granger ellisonbg.net at gmail.com
Sun Oct 22 16:37:46 CDT 2006


> Most likely the error-detection code is not working on your platform.
> The platform dependent stuff is not that difficult.   I tried to
> implement something for AIX, but very likely got it wrong (and don't
> have a platform to test it on).  It is the UFUNC_CHECK_STATUS that must
> be implemented.   Perhaps, we can do a simple check and disable the
> error modes:

I looked at the UFUNC_CHECK_STATUS implementation for AIX and put in
some print statements.  The the fpstatus returned to fp_read_flag is
always indicating an FP_INVALID so
UFUNC_CHECK_STATUS return 8.

But the code looks fine to me.  It seems a little odd that it would
always indicate this flag.  Where else can I look to try to see what
it goiing on?  Do you think this is worth worrying about, or should we
just have use seterr(all='ignore')?  I am willing to try to hunt this
down, but I don't know much about the internals of numpy.

Thanks

Brian

> seterr(all='ignore')
>
> will work and "turn-off" error-detection on your platform.
>
> -Travis
>
>
>
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