[SciPy-dev] Three cheers for Travis!
oliphant.travis at ieee.org
Wed Nov 30 13:38:29 CST 2005
Ed Schofield wrote:
>I have another couple of 0-dim array bugs to report (as a reward :D)
> >>> b = array(2)
> >>> b.argmax()
> >>> b.argmin()
Thanks. There may be a few more like these lurking.
The problem is that in the C-code, whenever the generic object interface
is used (like PyNumber_Subtract in this case) an array-scalar may get
Then, if that returned value is handed off to a subroutine that expects
an array (like PyArray_ArgMax in this case), boom the problem occurs.
obj = PyArray_EnsureArray(obj)
can always be used in this case to get an actual ndarray object (it
steals the reference for obj and so can be used as a wrapper around the
generic Python C-API command).
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