[Numpy-discussion] 64-bit Fedora 9 a=numpy.zeros(0x80000000, dtype='b1')
Charles R Harris
charlesr.harris@gmail....
Sun Sep 13 09:11:46 CDT 2009
2009/9/13 Nadav Horesh <nadavh@visionsense.com>
>
> Could it be a problem of python version? I get no error with python2.6.2
> (on amd64 gentoo)
>
> Nadav
>
> -----הודעה מקורית-----
> מאת: numpy-discussion-bounces@scipy.org בשם David Cournapeau
> נשלח: א 13-ספטמבר-09 09:48
> אל: Discussion of Numerical Python
> נושא: Re: [Numpy-discussion] 64-bit Fedora 9 a=numpy.zeros(0x80000000,
> dtype='b1')
>
> Charles R Harris wrote:
> >
> >
> > On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 9:03 AM, Citi, Luca <lciti@essex.ac.uk
> > <mailto:lciti@essex.ac.uk>> wrote:
> >
> > I just realized that Sebastian posted its 'uname -a' and he has a
> > 64bit machine.
> > In this case it should work as mine (the 64bit one) does.
> > Maybe during the compilation some flags prevented a full 64bit
> > code to be compiled?
> > __
> >
> >
> > Ints are still 32 bits on 64 bit machines, but the real question is
> > how python interprets the hex value.
>
>
> That's not a python problem: the conversion of the object to a C
> int/long happens in numpy (in PyArray_IntpFromSequence in this case). I
> am not sure I understand exactly what the code is doing, though. I don't
> understand the rationale for #ifdef/#endif in the one item in shape
> tuple case (line 521 and below), as well as the call to PyNumber_Int,
>
>
Possibly, I get
In [1]: a=numpy.zeros(0x80000000,dtype='b1')
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
ValueError Traceback (most recent call last)
/home/charris/<ipython console> in <module>()
ValueError: Maximum allowed dimension exceeded
This on 32 bit fedora 11 with python 2.6. Hmm, "maximum allowed size
exceeded" might be a better message.
Chuck
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