[SciPy-Dev] [SciPy-User] ANN: SciPy 0.11.0 release candidate 1
Mon Jul 30 15:36:42 CDT 2012
On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 7:21 PM, John Hassler <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 7/20/2012 5:00 PM, Pauli Virtanen wrote:
> > 20.07.2012 22:24, John Hassler kirjoitti:
> >> The offending line is:
> >> AA,BB,Q,Z,sdim = qz(A,B,sort=sort)
> >> I couldn't find 'sort' defined anywhere, so I arbitrarily changed it to
> >> sort='lhp'. Then it runs, although the test fails.
> >> Is there something else I can try?
> > Seems to be a problem with the callable sort function then.
> > That it works with sort='lhp' is strange, and probably means that there
> > is not a problem with all callback functions, but something goes wrong
> > in the algorithm. (Which would be expected, if *gees callbacks work
> > without problems.)
> > If you can/know how to recompile, try recompiling with
> > set OPT=-g -DDEBUGCFUNCS
> > python setup.py .........
> > This should make the f2py wrappers spit out extra information on what is
> > going on.
> I'm not set up to recompile.
Is there anyone who can reproduce the issue and investigate this further?
Alternatively I can build some binaries with the above debug flags. I can't
reproduce the issue though, so that may be a painful way to debug.
> I set up a little test program to
> reproduce the problem (below). It leads to the Fortran call to gges in
> _decomp_qz.py. This crashes if sort_t = 1 (which calls the lambda), but
> not for sort_t = 0. I didn't play with it any further.
> # Test qz
> import numpy as np
> from scipy.linalg import qz
> A = np.array([[3.9, 12.5, -34.5, -0.5],
> [ 4.3, 21.5, -47.5, 7.5],
> [ 4.3, 21.5, -43.5, 3.5],
> [ 4.4, 26.0, -46.0, 6.0 ]])
> B = np.array([[ 1.0, 2.0, -3.0, 1.0],
> [1.0, 3.0, -5.0, 4.0],
> [1.0, 3.0, -4.0, 3.0],
> [1.0, 3.0, -4.0, 4.0]])
> #sort = lambda ar,ai,beta : ai == 0 ## crashes
> sort = None ## runs
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