Thank you for your reply.  I edited the file to reflect what Ouyang had posted.  This definitely worked and now when I run, every tests seems to function normally with an OK output.

However, upon the routine encountering tests\, python.exe stops working and causes the to stall and then eventually stop running after accepting the python.exe prompt.

I re-ran while monitoring my CPU usage and physical memory usage.  At the time of the python.exe failure the CPU usage was about 65% and the physical memory had about 1300 MB free.  I noticed while the various test routines were running that python.exe never used more than about 550 MB of memory.

I imagine that python.exe throwing an error likely has more to do with my system than the file.  

I have a 64 bit system I can try all of this on later,  that has more resources.  

Any suggestions on where to start troubleshooting?



On Friday, July 25, 2014 2:02:38 AM UTC-5, Robert Cimrman wrote:

see [1] - we have probably a fix, thanks to Ouyang.


On 07/24/2014 05:35 AM, myoungeleg wrote:
> Hello,
> I have attempted to install SfePy and was able to use Git Bash in Windows 7
> Pro 32-bit and followed the instructions listed under "
> Steps to get a working *SfePy* on Windows using Python(x,y)
> <>"
> Everything seemed nominal but upon running the program replied
> with "79 test file(s) executed in 31.40 s, 63 failure(s) of 116 test(s)".
>   For one of the tests,, I received the output, "test
> instance creation failed".
> I attempted to run in debug mode as suggested on the webpage
> above, but I receive a number of "Import by filename is not supported"
> prompts.
> I am not sure if I have explained what I am experiencing enough, but on the
> basis of what i have provided, is there a way to solve this issue?
>   Additionally, is more information necessary to assist me in
> troubleshooting this problem?
> Thank you!