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Re: Python numpy module is broken
- From: David Billinghurst <dbcygwin at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 11:07:28 +1100
- Subject: Re: Python numpy module is broken
- References: <4D8C7498020000AE000551DE@gwia.niwa.co.nz>
On 25/03/2011 8:55 AM, Mark Hadfield wrote:
Some time in the last few days, the Python numpy module has broken (below)
Python seems to be functional otherwise.
The python and python-numpy packages are both up to date and haven't been changed recently.
The failure occurs with cygwin-1.7.8-1, and with the cygwin1.dll snapshot I installed this morning to fix the "winmm.dll error 487" problem.
The library associated with the failure appears to be this one:
It's apparently where it should be and uncorrupted. Any suggestions?
You may be caught by the cygfortran-3.dll upgrade that came with
gcc-4.3.4-4, as lapack_lite.dll depends on cygfortran-3.dll.
See yesterdays thread "cyggfortran-3.dll broken?".
If so, downgrading from gcc-4.3.4-4 may fix it.
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