[SciPy-dev] Weave Mandrake report.

Fernando Pérez fperez at pizero.colorado.edu
Mon Jan 14 11:18:13 CST 2002


On Sun, 13 Jan 2002, eric wrote:

> Hey Fernando,
> 
> You caught the CVS in a transitional state -- that is the error your getting
> with the FILE stuff.  I started fixing an issue with exception handling that
> was bugging me this afternoon.  It will be completed tonight.

Ok. Updated cvs now.

>> > dep: ['scipy_distutils', 'scipy_test']
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> >   File "setup.py", line 44, in ?
> >     stand_alone_package(with_dependencies)
> >   File "setup.py", line 23, in stand_alone_package
> >     config_dict = package_config(primary,dependencies)
> >   File "scipy_distutils/misc_util.py", line 174, in package_config
> >     config.extend([get_package_config(x) for x in primary])
> >   File "scipy_distutils/misc_util.py", line 161, in get_package_config
> >     mod = __import__('setup_'+package_name)
> > ImportError: No module named setup_weave
> 
> Hmmm.  I'll look into this.  I haven't had the problem when installing from
> the tar-ball, but *can* think of a reason that it might happen.  I'll do a
> little investigation -- especially since I'd like to open it up to wider
> inspection tomorrow.

The new tarballs are fine, this problem is now gone.


> I'll bet a nickle your not getting the Abort because the test that was
> causing the Abort fails even earlier, and doesn't allow the Abort to happen.
> Call me a pessimist... :)

But a correct pessimist, unfortunately! Now that the tarballs are fine, the
Abort is back!

> I'd like to work this out also.  The cross platform issues are proving to be
> a headache.  Also, last night we learned that the Python 2.1.1 version of
> dumbdbm (which Prabhu was using on Debian) is buggy.  The new code hopefully
> solves these issues, but I'll bet it remains a trouble spot.  Two things
> could help as far as Mandrake is concerned.  (1) If I had a shell temporary
> shell account on a Mandrake machine, I could diagnose the issue the
> quickest.  Barring that (2) we could set up a time to chat via Yahoo
> tomorrow or the next day so that you and I could have a co-debugging
> session.  Let me know what works best for you.

Unfortunately my office machine (on the net) is an alpha with python 1.5, and
on my laptop I only have modem access. But Yahoo is fine, and if you want to
chance ssh over a modem, I'll give you an account on my laptop :).

Maybe this evening we could try something on yahoo? I live in Colorado
(Mountain time), and anything after 5 or 6 pm would be fine by me.

Cheers,

f.




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