Thanks for the info—your solution has helped! I now only have one test that has failed, namely: --- test_eigenvalue_solvers: failed! and the summary says: 91 test file(s) executed in 203.30 s, 1 failure(s) of 143 test(s)
When running the debug flag I believe this is the error output:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "run_tests.py", line 206, in <module> main() File "run_tests.py", line 200, in main op.walk(options.test_dir, run_tests, stats) File "/Users/fredhohman/anaconda/lib/python2.7/posixpath.py", line 231, in walk func(arg, top, names) File "run_tests.py", line 131, in run_tests n_fail, n_total, test_time = run_test(conf_name, options) File "run_tests.py", line 99, in run_test ok, n_fail, n_total = test.run(options.debug) File "/Users/fredhohman/anaconda/sfepy/sfepy/base/testing.py", line 58, in run ret = test_method() File "/Users/fredhohman/anaconda/sfepy/tests/test_eigenvalue_solvers.py", line 115, in test_eigenvalue_solvers eig_solver = Solver.any_from_conf(eig_conf) File "/Users/fredhohman/anaconda/sfepy/sfepy/solvers/__init__.py", line 24, in any_from_conf return solver_table[conf.kind](conf, **kwargs) File "/Users/fredhohman/anaconda/sfepy/sfepy/solvers/eigen.py", line 257, in __init__ 'cannot import pysparse eigensolvers!') File "/Users/fredhohman/anaconda/sfepy/sfepy/base/base.py", line 187, in try_imports raise ValueError('\n'.join(msgs)) ValueError: No module named pysparse No module named pysparse.eigen cannot import pysparse eigensolvers!
On Monday, August 10, 2015 at 2:58:01 PM UTC-4, Robert Cimrman wrote:
On 08/10/2015 06:47 PM, Fred Hohman wrote:
Apologies for the late response.
I think I have installed SfePy, but when I run
91 test file(s) executed in 1.42 s, 105 failure(s) of 116 test(s)
If I run
python setup.py clean --all
and then run the tests, I get exactly the same number of failures.
This looks like the extension modules were not built correctly. Try removing build/ directory, and run (in the sfepy top-level directory, where the sources were unpacked):
python setup.py clean --all python setup.py build_ext --inplace
python run_tests.py python run_tests.py --debug
If something goes wrong, post the output here, please.
In terms of required and optional packages, I receive the following when installing via
cython is available in version 0.22.1
numpy is available in version 1.9.2
scipy is available in version 0.15.1
matplotlib is available in version 1.4.3
pyparsing is available in version 2.0.3
tables is available in version 3.2.0
mayavi (optional) is available in version 4.4.0
sympy (optional) is available in version 0.7.6
igakit (optional) is available in version 0.1
petsc4py (optional) is missing; you may get run-time errors
mpi4py (optional) is available in version 1.3, but >= 1.3.1 is needed;
you may get run-time errors
pymetis (optional) is available in version 2014.1
This seems ok, only see .
Any thoughts on why so many tests are failing? I can post other console output if needed.
Yes, see above.
On Friday, August 7, 2015 at 6:26:51 AM UTC-4, Robert Cimrman wrote:
On 08/04/2015 09:05 PM, Fred Hohman wrote:
I'm having some difficulties installing sfepy on a mac with anaconda running OS X Yosemite. I've looked through the installation
but can't seem to resolve the errors. Can anyone point me to a
guide (if it exists) or have suggestions?
I can post screenshots if needed.
Yes, posting the console output would be helpful to diagnose the