[Numpy-discussion] f2py: "could not crack entity declaration"

Pearu Peterson pearu.peterson@gmail....
Thu Mar 25 17:34:56 CDT 2010


Try renaming GLMnet.f90 to GLMnet.f.
HTH,
Pearu

David Warde-Farley wrote:
> I decided to give wrapping this code a try:
> 
> 	http://morrislab.med.utoronto.ca/~dwf/GLMnet.f90
> 
> I'm afraid my Fortran skills are fairly limited, but I do know that  
> gfortran compiles it fine. f2py run on this file produces lots of  
> errors of the form,
> 
> Reading fortran codes...
> 	Reading file 'GLMnet.f90' (format:fix)
> Line #263 in GLMnet.f90:"      real  
> x(no,ni),y(no),w(no),vp(ni),ca(nx,nlam)                          353"
> 	updatevars: could not crack entity declaration "ca(nx,nlam)353".  
> Ignoring.
> Line #264 in GLMnet.f90:"      real  
> ulam(nlam),a0(nlam),rsq(nlam),alm(nlam)                          354"
> 	updatevars: could not crack entity declaration "alm(nlam)354".  
> Ignoring.
> Line #265 in GLMnet.f90:"      integer  
> jd(*),ia(nx),nin(nlam)                                        355"
> 	updatevars: could not crack entity declaration "nin(nlam)355".  
> Ignoring.
> Line #289 in GLMnet.f90:"      real  
> x(no,ni),y(no),w(no),vp(ni),ulam(nlam)                           378"
> 	updatevars: could not crack entity declaration "ulam(nlam)378".  
> Ignoring.
> Line #290 in GLMnet.f90:"      real  
> ca(nx,nlam),a0(nlam),rsq(nlam),alm(nlam)                         379"
> 	updatevars: could not crack entity declaration "alm(nlam)379".  
> Ignoring.
> Line #291 in GLMnet.f90:"      integer  
> jd(*),ia(nx),nin(nlam)                                        380"
> 	updatevars: could not crack entity declaration "nin(nlam)380".  
> Ignoring.
> Line #306 in GLMnet.f90:"      call  
> chkvars(no,ni,x,ju)                                              392"
> 	analyzeline: No name/args pattern found for li
> 
> Is it the numbers that it is objecting to (I'm assuming these are some  
> sort of punchcard thing)? Do I need to modify the code in some way to  
> make it f2py-friendly?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> David
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