[Numpy-discussion] error importing a f2py compiled module.
Mon Jun 23 06:00:10 CDT 2008
On Mon, June 23, 2008 10:38 am, Fabrice Silva wrote:
> ï»¿Dear all
> I've tried to run f2py on a fortran file which used to be usable from
> python some months ago.
> Following command lines are applied with success (no errors raised) :
> f2py -m modulename -h tmpo.pyf --overwrite-signature tmpo.f
> f2py -m modulename -c --f90exec=/usr/bin/f95 tmpo.f
First, it is not clear what compiler is f95. If it is gfortran, then
use the command
f2py -m modulename -c --fcompiler=gnu95 tmpo.f
If it is something else, check the output of
f2py -c --help-fcompiler
and use appropiate --fcompiler switch.
Second, I hope you realize that the first command has no effect to
the second command. If you have edited the tmpo.pyf file, then use
the following second command:
f2py tmpo.pyf -c --fcompiler=gnu95 tmpo.f
> The output of these commands is available here:
> When importing in Python with "import modulename", I have an
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "Solveur.py", line 44, in <module>
> import modulename as Modele
> ImportError: modulename.so: failed to map segment from shared
> object: Operation not permitted
> How can that be fixed ? Any suggestion ?
I don't have ideas what is causing this import error. Try
the instructions above, may be it is due to some compile object
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