[SciPy-dev] sparsetools - new and (hopefully) improved!
oliphant at ee.byu.edu
Sat Jan 6 21:41:10 CST 2007
Nathan Bell wrote:
> On 1/6/07, Tim Leslie <tim.leslie at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Problem solved. There were some arrays which were created without
>> dtype=numpy.intc. These have been fixed in revision 2500.
> Great! Thanks for following up on that bug.
> In the future I plan to template the index type in sparsetools to
> provide support for both int32 and int64. Until then we'll need to
> stick with numpy.intc.
> I don't expect many people will have SciPy matrices with > 2^31 rows
> anytime soon, but it's good to be future-proof :)
> Does numpy support arrays with dimension > 2^31?
Yes, but only on 64-bit machines.. The c-type of the dimension is an
integer large-enough to hold a pointer on the platform (npy_intp)
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