[Numpy-discussion] C Extension intp problem

Nick Fotopoulos nvf at MIT.EDU
Fri Jul 28 15:54:18 CDT 2006

On Jul 28, 2006, at 4:47 PM, David M. Cooke wrote:

> On Fri, 28 Jul 2006 16:25:00 -0400
> Nick Fotopoulos <nvf at MIT.EDU> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I had a working C extension, but after upgrading to a recent numpy
>> from SVN, I can no longer compile it.  I've fixed the deprecation
>> warnings, but can't get past this:
>> frgetvect.c:51: error: 'intp' undeclared (first use in this function)
>> Now, I'm quite confused since I thought that intp should be a global
>> thing, not numpy related, and I believe I'm using the shipped Apple
>> gcc version.
> To avoid namespace clashes with other libraries, we've switched to  
> adding a
> unique prefix 'npy_' to types (and NPY_ to #defines). You can  
> either change
> your code to use 'npy_intp', or add
> #include "numpy/noprefix.h"
> to the top.

Aha!  I was under the impression that intp was a native C thing.   
Thanks for clarifying.

Take care,

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