[Numpy-discussion] Yes, this one again "ImportError: No module named multiarray"
Dinesh B Vadhia
Wed Mar 13 11:08:22 CDT 2013
Darn! It worked this morning and I don't know why.
Focused on PyInstaller because it creates a single executable. Testing on
all major versions of Windows (32-bit and 64-bit), Linux and OSX. The
problem OS is unsurprisingly, Windows XP (SP3).
Numpy was upgraded to the mkl-version and maybe that did the trick. Tried
to replicate on an identical Windows XP machine using the standard
sourceforge distribution but that resulted in a pyinstaller error.
Anyway, using the latest releases of all software ie. Python 2.7.3, Numpy
1.7.0, Scipy 0.11.0, PyInstaller 2.0.
Will post back if run into problems again. Best ...
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Subject: Re: [Numpy-discussion] Yes,this one again "ImportError: No module
> On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 7:05 AM, Dinesh B Vadhia
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Does that mean numpy won't work with freeze/create_executable type of
>> or is there a workaround?
> I've used numpy with py2exe and py2app out of the box with no issues (
> actually, there is an issue with too much stuff getting bundled up,
> but it works)
>>> ImportError let alone what the solution is. The Traceback, similar to
>>> others found on the web, is:
>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>> File "test.py", ...
>>> File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\numpy\__init__.py", line 154, in
> This indicates that your code is importing the numpy that's inside the
> system installation -- it should be using one in your app bundle.
> What bundling tool are you using?
> How did you install python/numpy?
> What does your bundling tol config look like?
> And, of course, version numbers of everything.
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