[SciPy-User] BivariateSpline examples and my crashing python
Fri Nov 27 12:27:32 CST 2009
On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 1:26 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 1:15 PM, Skipper Seabold <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 1:07 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> I wanted to prepare some examples for the use of the Bivariate Spline classes,
>>> The second part of the attached script contains a translation of a
>>> scipy.tutorial example to using the 3 classes instead.
>>> However, this script keeps crashing on me. Initially I thought it is
>>> RectBivariateSpline, but now I think it might be matplotlib, TK
>>> backend and maybe my latest numpy build.
>>> I would like to know if the splines crash or if it is my current setup
>>> that causes the crash. It crashes in spyder, idle and when I close the
>>> windows when I run it on the commandline. The last might indicate that
>>> the problem is matplotlib related.
>>> Can someone run the script, preferably not in an interpreter where you
>>> want to keep your session alive?
>> Runs fine for me and creates plots from within the interpreter and on
>> the command line in Linux. I noticed that you recently ran into the
>> segfault problem that occured somewhere in trunk towards the end
>> summer (I forget when and why). Did you delete everything and rebuild
>> matplotlib as well? I had to rebuild everything that had numpy/scipy
>> as a dependency after that update. Don't know if that's what's going
>> on though.
> On Windows I cannot rebuild matplotlib, I tried once but it has too
> many dependencies (and a at least a while ago couldn't be fully
> build with MingW.)
> That's why I'm worried about all the ABI breakage that was going on
> and I only recently started to work with the numpy trunk version.
> At least RectBivariateSpline works. I got a bit suspicious because
> it is missing in my (older) docs, and not in
And thank you for checking the script.
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