[Spambayes] big imapfilter.py problem
dave at boost-consulting.com
Sun Apr 27 22:59:46 EDT 2003
David Abrahams <dave at boost-consulting.com> writes:
> "Meyer, Tony" <T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz> writes:
>>> What's happening here is in:
>>> File "spambayes/message.py", line 118, in _getState
>>> (msg.c, msg.t) = self.db[msg.getId()]
>>> is a email.Message object
>> TimS might have a better idea, but I *think* that this is a result of
>> the message db being fixed ;) The db used to store message objects, and
>> now stores a tuple of the classification and training information. So
>> self.db[msg.getID()] should return a tuple, *not* an email object.
>> Delete (or rename) your message database and this should work. (This
>> won't effect your classification database, just the memory of which
>> messages have been classified/trained, which was inaccurate anyway).
> What's a message database, and where do I find it?
> OK, I presume spambayes.messageinfo.db is it.
>> Apologies for this - we should have realised that old (message)
>> databases would become invalid and need to be removed and posted a
>> message to that effect.
> No problem; just let me know if I've got the details about how to get
> out of it right.
Okay, training worked, but:
%python imapfilter.py -c
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "imapfilter.py", line 661, in ?
File "imapfilter.py", line 651, in run
File "imapfilter.py", line 526, in Filter
File "imapfilter.py", line 451, in Filter
File "./spambayes/classifier.py", line 217, in chi2_spamprob
clues = self._getclues(wordstream)
File "./spambayes/classifier.py", line 441, in _getclues
prob = self.probability(record)
File "./spambayes/classifier.py", line 301, in probability
assert hamcount <= nham
What's the problem now?
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