[SciPy-user] Debugging scipy.weave?

James Phillips zunzun@zunzun....
Wed Jun 4 12:00:32 CDT 2008

In your C++, use good old-fashioned:

#include <stdio.h>
std::cout << "name of something: " << value_of_something << std::endl;

Now *that* brings back memories of youth...  P.U.

     James Phillips

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 11:01 AM, Orest Kozyar <orest.kozyar@gmail.com>

> I have written some C++ code that is integrated into my python scripts
> using scipy.weave.  In general, it runs pretty smoothly when I run it
> over a small portion of my dataset.  When I run my script over the
> entire dataset, it crashes the Python interpreter.  I suspect this is
> a memory issue, but cannot figure out what is going on because it just
> refuses to crash when running under a debugger.  When I run python
> under the GNU debugger (gdb), the script runs just fine.  Any advice
> or pointers on how to debug this issue?
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