[Numpy-discussion] request for SWIG numpy.i users
Fri Jun 7 00:57:13 CDT 2013
Your post comes just on time! I implemented the memory managed arrays and
noticed a serious problem with my capsule creation code (post I sent to the
list about the update on the 12th of March in reply to Bill Spotz "Request
code review of numpy.i changes"). For some reason, the code I wrote works
under Linux (or at least on my 12.04 ubuntu machine) but crashes in Windows
/ mingw-64, something I just found out about this week.
Specifically, "SWIG_Python_DestroyModule" seems to be the wrong function
call for the capsule and cobject destructor and I am really not sure why
the code worked when I was using testing it on my Linux machine.
I should have a bit of time over the week-end to look into this and a
couple of other things.
Anyway, for PyCObject_FromVoidPtr(), the destructor should be a call to
free() and for PyCapsule_New(), the destructor code should be a call to a
free_cap() function with the following content:
void free_cap(PyObject * cap)
void* array = (void*) PyCapsule_GetPointer(cap,SWIGPY_CAPSULE_NAME);
if (array != NULL) free(array);
This works both in Linux and Windows / mingw-64.
I'll ping the list when I'm done testing.
On 4 June 2013 21:13, Ralf Gommers <email@example.com> wrote:
> If you're using or are very familiar with SWIG and the numpy.i interface
> to it, please help to test and/or review
> https://github.com/numpy/numpy/pull/3148. It's a fairly major update to
> numpy.i by Bill Spotz, containing the following:
> - support for 4D arrays and memory managed output arguments
> - rework for the deprecated API's in numpy 1.6 and 1.7
> - a bug fix in a 3D typemap
> - documentation improvements
> It would be good to have this merged before branching 1.8.x. Not many of
> the regular reviewers of numpy PRs are familiar with numpy.i, therefore
> help would be much appreciated.
> NumPy-Discussion mailing list
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