[SciPy-User] numpy , scipy : test skipped on osx

Bruce Southey bsouthey@gmail....
Tue Jun 1 11:42:08 CDT 2010


On 06/01/2010 11:26 AM, Massimo Di Stefano wrote:
> Apologize my previouse mail was incomplete, it don't show the full test log
>
> see my previouse post :
>
> http://mail.scipy.org/pipermail/scipy-user/2010-June/025517.html
>
> as you can see All the test are skipped :-/
>
>
> Il giorno 01/giu/2010, alle ore 17.57, Vincent Davis ha scritto:
>
>    
>> I think many of the tested are skipped becuase they are not relevant
>> to osx. It seems the last time I installed I got the same. I am on a
>> phone so it is difficult for me to read you test results but I think
>> you might find that that are looking for items that are not on osx.
>> Just a thought
>>
>> Vincent
>>
>>
>> On Tuesday, June 1, 2010, Massimo Di Stefano<massimodisasha@gmail.com>  wrote:
>>      
>>> I'm tring to find answer on googlebut seems i'm the only that runs in this problem.
>>> i've no clue on what i'm missing,i'm avaiable for any kind of testthanks a lot for any help!
>>> Regards,
>>> Massimo
>>>
>>>
>>> Il giorno 01/giu/2010, alle ore 17.16, scipy-user-request@scipy.org ha scritto:
>>> I installed numpy / scipy from svn
>>>
>>> i used :
>>>
>>> python setup.py build
>>> sudo python setup.py install
>>>
>>> i'm using a python 2.6.5 installed from source in
>>> /usr/local/gislib/unix/bin/python
>>>
>>> i had the same problem some month ago
>>> (using the system python that comes with osx)
>>> someone helped me on scipy irc channel
>>> but i forghet what we did to fix the "skipped test" problem.
>>>
>>>
>>> thnks,
>>>
>>> Massimo.
>>>
>>> Il giorno 01/giu/2010, alle ore 09.19, David Cournapeau ha scritto:
>>>
>>> On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 4:07 PM, Massimo Di Stefano
>>> <massimodisasha@gmail.com>  wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> i'm on OS X 10.6.3
>>> python 2.6.5
>>> numpy, scipy (svn versions)
>>>
>>> tring to run he numpy/scipy i have :
>>>
>>> import numpy
>>> [461526 refs]
>>> numpy.test('1','10')
>>> Running unit tests for numpy
>>> NumPy version 2.0.0.dev8448
>>> NumPy is installed in /usr/local/gislib/unix/lib/python2.6/site-packages/numpy
>>> Python version 2.6.5 (r265:79063, May 31 2010, 17:10:00) [GCC 4.2.1 (Apple Inc. build 5659)]
>>> nose version 0.11.3
>>> nose.config: INFO: Excluding tests matching ['f2py_ext', 'f2py_f90_ext', 'gen_ext', 'pyrex_ext', 'swig_ext']
>>> nose.config: INFO: Excluding tests matching ['f2py_ext', 'f2py_f90_ext', 'gen_ext', 'pyrex_ext', 'swig_ext']
>>> nose.selector: INFO: /usr/local/gislib/unix/lib/python2.6/site-packages/numpy/COMPATIBILITY is executable; skipped
>>>
>>>        
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Why do you use "numpy.test('1','10')"?
"numpy.test()" should be sufficient for basic test. Otherwise read the 
docstring as some arguments are meant to be integer, list or Boolean:
http://docs.scipy.org/numpy/docs/numpy.testing.nosetester.NoseTester.test/
such as "numpy.test(verbose=10)"

Bruce




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