[SciPy-user] Question about scipy.test()
Tue Jul 31 17:47:18 CDT 2007
I am using the latest version of the scipy source from SVN. I am using the
mingw from the enthought sumo distribution of python (2.4.3), just copied
over to the python25 directory. I'm not sure of the version--
It is version 4.0.3 of gcc according to the folder in
The only addition I made to the library was a recent download of g95. Has
this bug come up before?
On 7/31/07, Stefan van der Walt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi William
> Are you compiling the latest version of the scipy source from SVN? If
> so, which version of the mingw gcc compiler are you using?
> You'll find a bug-report related to this problem on the SciPy trac;
> any additional information you can provide will be valuable.
> On Tue, Jul 31, 2007 at 05:25:46PM -0400, william ratcliff wrote:
> > Hi! I'm trying to compile scipy on a windows box running windows xp
> > professional. The processor is an Intel Core 2 Extreme QX67--(it's a
> quad). I
> > compiled atlas3.7.11 from source and it was fine. Next, I built numpy
> > source and it passed all of its tests. Next, I built scipy from
> > However, when I ran scipy.tests(level=1, verbosity=2),
> > it crashed python (2.5.1--latest release from python.org). I checked
> and both
> > are using the libraries I generated from atlas and lapack.
> > The tests reached:
> > ...
> > generation of a binary structure 4 ... ok
> > generic filter 1 ... ERROR
> > generic 1d filter 1
> > Then, it crashed python.
> > Any ideas? I am using mingw to compile from the command window.
> > Thanks,
> > William Ratcliff
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