[Scipy-tickets] [SciPy] #1776: arpack test ValueError: failed to create intent(cache|hide)|optional array

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#1776: arpack test ValueError: failed to create intent(cache|hide)|optional array
 Reporter:  cjgohlke  |       Owner:  somebody   
     Type:  defect    |      Status:  new        
 Priority:  normal    |   Milestone:  Unscheduled
Component:  Other     |     Version:  devel      
 Keywords:            |  
 I am building scipy-0.12.0.dev and numpy-1.7.0rc1.dev for Python 3.3
 64-bit on Windows using Intel Fortran 13, Intel MKL 11, and Visual Studio

 The scipy tests are OK except for hundreds of the same kind of arpack test
 errors in the _arpack_extract function. This seems to indicate a f2py
 problem but numpy's f2py tests and all other tests for scipy's Fortran
 extensions pass.

 ERROR: test_arpack.test_complex_nonsymmetric_modes(False, <gen-cmplx-
 nonsym>, 'F', 2, 'LR', None, None, <function aslinearoperator at
 Traceback (most recent call last):
   File "X:\Python33\lib\site-packages\nose\case.py", line 198, in runTest
   File "X:\Python33\lib\site-
 packages\scipy\sparse\linalg\eigen\arpack\tests\test_arpack.py", line 222,
 in eval_evec
     eval, evec = eigs_func(ac, k, bc, **kwargs)
   File "X:\Python33\lib\site-
 packages\scipy\sparse\linalg\eigen\arpack\arpack.py", line 1278, in eigs
     return params.extract(return_eigenvectors)
   File "X:\Python33\lib\site-
 packages\scipy\sparse\linalg\eigen\arpack\arpack.py", line 882, in extract
     self.workd, self.workl, self.rwork, ierr)
 ValueError: failed to create intent(cache|hide)|optional array-- must have
 defined dimensions but got (-1,2,)

 The Fortran compiler options are:

 Fortran f77 compiler: ifort.exe -FI -w90 -w95 /nologo /MD /nbs /Qlowercase
 /us /O1 /QaxSSE3
 Fortran f90 compiler: ifort.exe -FR /nologo /MD /nbs /Qlowercase /us /O1
 Fortran fix compiler: ifort.exe -FI -4L72 -w /nologo /MD /nbs /Qlowercase
 /us /O1 /QaxSSE3

Ticket URL: <http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/ticket/1776>
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