[Numpy-discussion] numarray vs IPython

Peter Verveer verveer at embl-heidelberg.de
Tue Dec 7 01:13:20 EST 2004

This could be true, I noticed that the tests for the nd_image package 
work fine, and those are written using unittest, which does not rely on 
the exact textual form of the expected output.

On 7 Dec 2004, at 09:54, Andrea Riciputi wrote:

> The same here (OS X, Python 2.3.4, ipython 0.6.5). The problem is due 
> to the way in which numarray performs its tests. It relies on the 
> Python module doctest that execute the script in doc strings. I think 
> that since in numarray doc strings the expected output is written in 
> the standard Python way (i.e. >>> foo) while ipython writes out 
> something like "Out[n]: foo" the checks fail.
> HTH,
>   Andrea.
> On 7 Dec 2004, at 01:05, Stephen Walton wrote:
>> When I run numarray.testall.test() from IPython, I get a slew of error
>> messages instead of the successful test output I get when the same
>> version is run from the stock Python interpreter.  Anyone else see 
>> this?
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