[Numpy-discussion] building numpy/scipy

Mike Landis mlandis001@comcast....
Sat Jan 3 16:27:30 CST 2009


Thanks for the suggestion Joseph - the scipy test suite runs, but it 
produces lots of errors.

Some deprecation warnings in numpy\lib\utils.py (line 110) and 
scipy\linalg\decomp.py (line 1173)

Than it complains about a '_bad_path_' (doesn't exist or not 
writable).  Couldn't remove 
<user>\appdata]local\temp\tmpc192_pcat_test (directory not empty)

Then the crap hits the fan...  the following crashes are all due to: 
test_polyint.CheckKrogh
test_derivative crashes on line 38 of scipy\interpolate\tests\test_polyint.py
test_derivatives crashes on line 26
test_empty crashes in the same file on line 73
test_hermite crashes in the same file on line 57
test_high_derivative crashes in the same file on line 44
test_lagrange crashes in the same file on line 19
test_low_derivatives crashes in the same file line 32
test_scalar on line 22
test_shapes_1d_vectorvalue on line 95
test_shapes_scalarvalue on line 76
test_shapes_scalarvalue_derivative on line 82
test_shapes_vectorvalue on line 89
test_shapes_vectorvalue_derivative on line 101
test_vector on line 63
test_wrapper on line 108

The following crashes are due to test_polyint.CheckPiecewise
test_construction on line 186
test_derivative on line 193
test_derivatives on line 196
test_incremental on line 217
test_scalar on line 189
test_shapes_scalarvalue on line 221
test_shapes_scalarvalue_derivative on line 227
test_shapes_vectorvalue on line 235
test_shapes_vectorvalue_1d on line 242
test_shapes_vectorvalue_derivative on line 248
test_vector on line 205
test_wrapper on line 255

The following crashes are due to test_polyint.CheckTaylor
test_exponential on line 116

Failure: AttributeError ('module' object has no attribute 'byteordercodes')
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name numpyio)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name fblas)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name flapack)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name fblas)  AGAIN
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name flapack)  AGAIN
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: NameError (name 'pilutil is not defined)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name cobyla)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name nonlin)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name zeros)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: NameError (name 'pilutil is not defined)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: ImportError (cannot import name linsolve)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: AttributeError ('module' object has no attribute '_cephes')
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: NameError (name 'pilutil is not defined)
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

Failure: AttributeError ('module' object has no attribute 'convolve')
nose-0.10.30py2.5.egg\nose\loader.py on line 364 in loadTestsFromName

That was with nose-0.10.3-py2.5.  I upgrades to the latest 
nose-0.10.4-py2.5, but it still produced an armload of (what look 
like the same) errors.

Does this symptomology point to anything (configuration error, 
package out of date, ???)

At 10:50 AM 1/3/2009, you wrote:
>On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 10:13 AM, Mike Landis <mlandis001@comcast.net> wrote:
> > I do not have cygwin in my windows path, so I guess that's already hidden.
> >
> > I patched  d:\programs\python25\lib\distutils\cygwinccompiler.py, line 424
> > to read
> >
> > ld_version = StrictVersion(result.group(1).rsplit('.',1)[0])
> >
> > but I still got crash and a traceback.
> >
> > David Cournapeau suggested using the scipy superpack, so i tried
> > scipy-0.7.0b1-win32-superpack-python2.5.exe.  If there were errors I
> > wouldn't know about them, but running
> >
> > 'python -c 'import scipy; print scipy.__version__ '
> >
> > produces a version number (0.7.0.dev5180 ... not exactly the 0.7.0b1 you'd
> > expect, but not a stack trace either).
> >
> > Now all I have to do is find some test cases so I can verify a 
> little deeper
> > than the version number.
> >
>
>If you have nose installed, you can run the scipy test suite with
>
>import scipy
>scipy.test()
>
>Josef
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