[SciPy-dev] Log problem in exec_command.py

Berthold Höllmann hoel at gl-group.com
Fri Mar 26 03:56:46 CST 2004


In an attempt to debug my Solaris compile problem I added

from scipy_distutils.log import set_verbosity

to my setup.py file. Now I get 

  File "/usr/local/gltools/python/Python-2.2.1/sol2/lib/python2.2/site-packages/scipy_distutils/exec_command.py", line 186, in exec_command
    ','.join(['%s=%r'%kv for kv in env.items()])))
  File "<string>", line 23, in debug
  File "<string>", line 16, in _log
TypeError: not enough arguments for format string

The problem is one of the arguments to the sun FORTRAN compiler. log gets

exec_command(['f90', '-f77', '-ftrap=%none', '-xcode=pic32', '-c', 'lib/engforcegen/engforcelib.f', '-o', 'build.Engmodel/temp.solaris-2.8-sun4u-2.2/lib/engforcegen/engforcelib.o'],)

The problem seems to be in the '-ftrap=%none'. log() does string
replacement. My solution is to change lines 186/7 to

    log.debug(('exec_command(%r,%s)' % (command,\
              ','.join(['%s=%r'%kv for kv in env.items()]))).replace("%", "%%"))

and lines 386/7 to 

    log.debug(('Running %s(%s,%r,%r,os.environ)' \
              % (spawn_command.__name__,os.P_WAIT,argv[0],argv)).replace("%", "%%"))

Kind regards

Berthold Höllmann
Germanischer Lloyd AG
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