[SciPy-User] pythonxy scipy error win32
Fri Apr 9 12:50:28 CDT 2010
Not sure how to diagnose this. Looking to the list for some guidance.
Running scipy/numpy routines that use leastsq and svd. The code runs fine
(to completion - and generates plots) under Ubuntu9.10 x86-64.
I am also testing the routines using Pythonxy 184.108.40.206 bundle running on
WinXP 32 bit.
Installed plugins: CDT 6.0.1, cython 0.11.3, ETS 3.3.0, IPython 0.10.0,
OpenGL 3.0.1a3, PIL 1.1.6, Photran 5.0.0, PyQt4 4.5.4, PyWavelets 0.1.6,
Pydev 1.5.0, Qwt5 5.2.0, SciTE 2.01, WinMerge 2.12.4, console 2.0.144, itk
3.16, jinja2 2.2.1, matplotlib 0.99.1, mdp 2.5, mingw 4.4.0, nose 0.11.1,
numexpr 1.3.1, numpy 1.3.0, opencv 1.1pre1a, pp 1.5.7, psyco 1.6, py2exe
0.6.9, pygments 1.1.1, pylint 0.18.1, pyreadline 1.5, py2win32 2.14, scipy
0.7.1, spyder 1.0.1, swig 1.3.40, vpython 5.13, vtk 5.4.2, winpdb 1.4.6,
wxPython 220.127.116.11, xlutils 1.4.1, xy 1.1.0
I am running in an IPython (mlab) session. The routine runs a while,
(outputting to the console) then the last message I get is:
** On entry to ZGELSS parameter number 12 had an illegal value
Then the IPython session is terminated with no additional error messages.
The IPython window merely reads: C:\Documents and
Google reveals that ZGELSS is an interface to LAPACK.
If I run a Spyder session and execute from there, values are printed to
the console then the Spyder application terminates and the entire Spyder
Is this a Scipy Win32 issue or Pythonxy Win32 issue, neither, both ??? In,
other words, which list do I post to?
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