[Numpy-discussion] strange seterr persistence between sessions
Mon Jul 28 14:02:56 CDT 2008
On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 13:56, John Hunter <email@example.com> wrote:
> In trying to track down a bug in matplotlib, I have come across tsome
> very strange numpy behavior. Basically, whether or not I call
> np.seterr('raise') or not in a matplotlib demo affects the behavior of
> seterr in another (pure numpy) script, run in a separate process.
> Something about the numpy state is persisting between python sessions.
> This appears to be platform specific, because I have only been able
> to verify it on 1 platform (quad code xeon 64 bit running fedora) but
> not on another (solaris x86).
Can you make a new, smaller self-contained example? I suspect stale .pyc files.
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