[SciPy-Dev] New test errors in sparse
Wed Jun 12 23:46:48 CDT 2013
Hello SciPy, I was investigating why my recent PR failed to pass travis,
and it looks like a bunch of tests errors appeared in sparse. I get:
FAILED (KNOWNFAIL=27, SKIP=169, errors=50)
All of these seem to be in sparse, some are depreciation warnings, like:
DeprecationWarning: Implicitly casting between incompatible kinds. In a
future numpy release, this will raise an error. Use casting="unsafe" if
this is intentional.
and the others are TypeErrors:
TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for *: 'numpy.float64' and 'long'
This is on NumPy & SciPy master. I was worried that I caused this mess, but
when I revert to before my most recent PR was excepted I get the same
$ git checkout 7d0a8c044387141426a61e103e78b03a87a5a07e
$ ./setupy.py install
FAILED (KNOWNFAIL=23, SKIP=169, errors=34)
Here all the depreciation warnings are gone, but the TypeErrors are still
there. So the DepreciationWarnings are from my changes to the sparse test
suite. These seem to be from a recent NumPy commit:
Merge: d0f5050 e2dd429
Author: Charles Harris <email@example.com>
Date: Tue Jun 11 15:50:25 2013 -0700
as raising a DeprecationWarning on import causes an error when tests are
run. To deal with that, a ModuleDeprecationWarning class is added to
numpy and NoseTester is modified to ignore that warning during testing.
I can submit a fix for the tests that are now raising a DepreciationWarning.
But I can't figure out where the TypeError popped up. Or what is causing
it. Some help here would be appreciated.
I'll submit this as an issue too, asap.
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