From: Markus Schöpflin (markus.schoepflin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-29 02:25:46
Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve wrote:
>>Markus Schöpflin wrote:
>>>After I finally got the regression tests running again on my machine, I
>>>would like to figure out, why most of the python tests are failing. For
>>>an example error message see http://tinyurl.com/46he3 .
>>>Has anybody any idea as to where I should start looking for this?
>>This causes an infinite recursion. As far as I know, boost.python should
>>work on this platform, so does this ring a bell with anybody?
> I just checked out the latest CVS (HEAD) and all tests compile here using our
> build system (scons). All test run fine except for the numpy test (?).
> For completeness: I'm not compiling the tests that are expected to fail with
> compiler errors.
Could you please post the exact compiler command line you are using to
compile and link one of the python tests? Are you using v41 of the
> Markus, are you still using -model ansi? We had to back this option out because
> the binaries compiled with -model ansi didn't run on 3rd-party platforms due to
> missing or incompatible runtime libraries.
I'm using the out-of-the-box current boost state. And yes, this includes
-model ansi. But I'm pretty sure that this isn't the problem because I
always had these errors since I first tried boost.python, I just never got
around debugging them.
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