fromfile error on windows, not mac
jadamwilson2 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 22 15:35:50 CEST 2008
On Jul 22, 2:05 am, Uwe Schmitt <rocksportroc... at googlemail.com>
> jadamwil schrieb:
> > Hello,
> > I am using the numpy fromfile function to read binary data from a file
> > on disk. The problem is that the program runs fine on a Mac, but gives
> > an error or warning on windows when trying to read the data. I use it
> > like this:
> > Signal = zeros((N, 16), dtype=float32)
> > for sample in range(0, N):
> > # this function gets the next position in the file to seek to
> > s = getFilePos(sample)
> > # go to the correct location in the file; this IS checked to make
> > sure it is within the file
> > mFile.seek(s)
> > # read the 16 float32 values from the file
> > D = fromfile(mFile, dtype=numpy.float32, 16)
> > # save D in Signal
> > Signal[sample, :] = D
> > This will fail when sample is ~4. If I change the range to (5,N),
> > skipping the "bad" file location, it will run fine for a few samples,
> > and then give another error. The message it gives is:
> > "16 items requested but only 7 read"
> > So D is a 7x1 vector, and the program dies when it tries to assign D
> > to the slice of Signal ("ValueError: shape mismatch: objects cannot be
> > broadcast to a single shape").
> > On windows, the Python version is 2.5.2, and the most recent numpy and
> > scipy are being used as well. I tried using Enthought, but it gave
> > this error as well, in addition to a c runtime error whenever I
> > imported scipy (which is another post topic...).
> > Any ideas on what might be causing this? Is there a way to debug the
> > fromfile function? And, remember, this works perfectly on a Mac. Would
> > compiling everything (python, scipy, numpy) potentially solve this?
> Did you open the file in binary mode ?
> Greetings, Uwe
Yes I did. Would that make a difference between a mac and windows?
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