[Numpy-discussion] Fatal Python error: Unprotected floating point exception
Paul F. Dubois
pauldubois at home.com
Sat Nov 18 11:34:30 EST 2000
To make numpy work with fpectl someone needs to add some macro calls to its
source. This has not been done.
Please visit sourceforge.net/projects/numpy and get a new release of Numpy.
Perhaps that will correct your problem.
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Subject: [Numpy-discussion] Fatal Python error: Unprotected floating
Hi Numpy people!
My nice numpy code generates very few Inf numbers, wich destroy the
results of my longer simulations. I was dreaming to have the processor
raising an interruption and python caching it to locate and understand
quickly why and how it is happening and correct the code.
I currently use Python 1.5.2 with Numeric 11 on debian linux 2 .
I made some very desappointing test with the module fpectl
The last result I got is:
Fatal Python error: Unprotected floating point exception
Do I have to understand that my Numpy is not compatible with fpectl?
Any idea if a more up to date Numpy would be compatible?
I find no info on:
Thanks for your help.
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