[Numpy-discussion] numpy and readline installation fails
Wed Jul 4 11:44:46 CDT 2012
On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 6:24 PM, Aron Ahmadia <email@example.com> wrote:
> How do the .dmg files work? Are these binary installers into the system
> Python? I would expect that these wouldn't work with a manually installed
> Python from python.org, but I have no experience with them.
They're binary installers for the python.org Python. So they install into
/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/. They don't work with the system
(Apple) Python; I think leaving that alone and installing from
python.orgis in general good advice.
> Tom, I have had very good luck with the brew Python 2.7 installer, which
> will give you a /usr/local Python base install and easy_install. Brew can
> also install readline correctly for you.
> Homebrew appears to be better than MacPorts/Fink, but installing
everything from source is not the first advice I'd give to a new user.
If you want an all-in-one solution, you can also grab either the free EPD
> distribution or another of the "all-in-one" packs.
> On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Paul Anton Letnes <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I don't know exactly what went wrong. I'd start out my debugging by
>> 1) which python # see whether you're running apple's python in
>> /usr/bin/python, or the one you tried to install
>> 2) which easy_install # did you run Apple-python's easy_install, or the
>> one you (tried to) installed?
>> 3) If all of the above match, try running python (not ipython) and try to
>> import numpy. Apple's python ships with numpy (at least the Lion / 10.7 one
>> 4) Next, print numpy.__file__ to see whether numpy got installed to where
>> it should
>> In general, I'd advice you to install one package at a time, then test it
>> to see whether it has been installed properly. When you're confident
>> everything is OK, move on to the next package. For instance, test numpy by
>> $ python -c 'import numpy; numpy.test()'
>> and scipy with
>> $ python -c 'import scipy;scipy.test()'
>> (for instance).
>> When you're sure the fundament (python, numpy) is in order, proceed with
>> the house (scipy, matplotlib).
>> On 4. juli 2012, at 16:16, abc def wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I'm new to python and I'd like to learn about numpy / scipy /
>> matplotlib, but I'm having trouble getting started.
>> > I'm following the instructions here:
>> > First I installed the latest version of python from python.org by
>> downloading the dmg file, since I read that it doesn't work with apple's
>> installer, and then installed numpy / scipy / matplotlib by downloading the
>> relevent dmg files.
>> > I then downloaded ipython, ran "easy_install readline" and then ran
>> "python setup.py install".
>> > Then I started ipython with "ipython -pylab" as per the instructions
>> but then I get muliple error messages:
>> > $ ipython --pylab
>> > libedit detected - readline will not be well behaved, including but not
>> limited to:
>> > * crashes on tab completion
>> > * incorrect history navigation
>> > * corrupting long-lines
>> > * failure to wrap or indent lines properly
>> > It is highly recommended that you install readline, which is
>> > easy_install readline
>> > Note that `pip install readline` generally DOES NOT WORK, because
>> > it installs to site-packages, which come *after* lib-dynload in
>> > where readline is located. It must be `easy_install readline`, or to a
>> > location on your PYTHONPATH (even --user comes after lib-dyload).
>> > RuntimeWarning)
>> > Python 2.7.3 (v2.7.3:70274d53c1dd, Apr 9 2012, 20:52:43)
>> > Type "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>> > IPython 0.13 -- An enhanced Interactive Python.
>> > ? -> Introduction and overview of IPython's features.
>> > %quickref -> Quick reference.
>> > help -> Python's own help system.
>> > object? -> Details about 'object', use 'object??' for extra details.
>> > [TerminalIPythonApp] GUI event loop or pylab initialization failed
>> > ImportError Traceback (most recent call
>> in find_gui_and_backend(gui)
>> > 194 """
>> > 195
>> > --> 196 import matplotlib
>> > 197
>> > 198 if gui and gui != 'auto':
>> in <module>()
>> > 131 import sys, os, tempfile
>> > 132
>> > --> 133 from matplotlib.rcsetup import (defaultParams,
>> > 134 validate_backend,
>> > 135 validate_toolbar,
>> in <module>()
>> > 17 import warnings
>> > 18 from matplotlib.fontconfig_pattern import
>> > ---> 19 from matplotlib.colors import is_color_like
>> > 20
>> > 21 #interactive_bk = ['gtk', 'gtkagg', 'gtkcairo', 'fltkagg',
>> 'qtagg', 'qt4agg',
>> in <module>()
>> > 50 """
>> > 51 import re
>> > ---> 52 import numpy as np
>> > 53 from numpy import ma
>> > 54 import matplotlib.cbook as cbook
>> > ImportError: No module named numpy
>> > In :
>> > it seems the installation of numpy and readline didn't work, and there
>> are problems with matplotlib, even though I think I followed all the
>> instructions carefully.
>> > I can't figure out what I did wrong. Can anybody help?
>> > I'm running mac os 10.6.
>> > Thank you!
>> > Tom
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