[Numpy-discussion] multivariate_normal issue with 'size' argument
p.j.a.cock at googlemail.com
Fri May 24 10:47:39 EDT 2013
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 3:02 PM, Warren Weckesser
<warren.weckesser at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/24/13, Peter Cock <p.j.a.cock at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> Two more data points:
>>> On Ubuntu 12.04, using 64 bit builds of Python 2.7.4 (from Anaconda
>>> 1.5.0), and numpy built from source: numpy 1.6.1 gives the error, but
>>> 1.6.2 does not.
>> That's interesting - and matches my only success being with NumPy 1.6.2
>> This suggests this was broken to up 1.6.1, but fixed in the 1.6.2 branch
>> and not the 1.7 branch. Have anyone tried the current master branch?
> Sorry, I should have repeated my earlier report about 1.7.1. My current summary
> (all using 64 bit python 2.7.4 from Anaconda 1.5):
> numpy 1.6.1 (built from source) fails.
> numpy 1.6.2 (built from source) succeeds.
> numpy 1.7.1 (Anaconda package) succeeds.
Was this the same numpy 1.7.1 you used earlier, or a different setup?
64 bit Linux machine, Python 2.7.4 compiled from source (recently),
numpy freshly compiled from source today, making sure to remove
the old numpy installation fully between installs - note run in this order,
but I have tested some of these multiple times:
numpy 1.4.1 (built from source) succeeds.
numpy 1.5.1 (built from source) succeeds.
numpy 1.6.0 (built from source) fails.
numpy 1.6.1 (built from source) fails.
numpy 1.6.2 (built from source) succeeds.
numpy 1.7.0b2 (built from source) succeeds.
numpy 1.7.0 (built from source) succeeds.
numpy 1.7.1 (built from source) succeeds.
numpy 1.8.0.dev-e11cd9b (built from source) succeeds.
That all looks nice and neat, but according to my notes (and the
earlier email) the old numpy 1.4.1 on this machine was failing.
(I've erased that install now, but it was likely built with a
older Python 2.7.x and/or slightly older gcc).
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