any windows users around? Is current git master working for you or not?
(git clone git://github.com/sfepy/sfepy.git)
Could you run
runTests.py --debug testfile
for the test file(s) that failed and send me the output?
You have to run
./runTests.py tests/test_input_navier_stokes.py --debug
i.e. provide the full path (prepend tests/ to filename).
Actually what is the contents of examples/navier_stokes/utils.py in your
installation? It should contain cinc_elbow2() function.
> The�examples/navier_stokes/utils.py file does not contain
> the�cinc_elbow2() function
I have found the problem - somehow utils.py from pytables gets imported
instead of the correct file, as the pytables path is before the path of
the example in sys.path. To be fixed soon.
It should work now (master git repository) - I have tested it on Windows 7.
59 test file(s) executed in 224.12 s, 0 failure(s) of 96 test(s)
btw, where is the contribution of cython in this release?
> btw, where is the contribution of cython in this release?
Cython is now used instead of Swig to call C functions (e.g. those in
sfepy/terms/extmods/) from Python. Some C functions were completely rewritten
in Cython (e.g. assembling of global vector/matrix). There should be no
user-visible changes coming from this transition.
> i hope, before next release, testing will be done here so that there will
> be no errors or warnings in running runtests.py
Yes, there should be no errors. Are you getting some now?
As for warnings, it's more difficult, as they come from third party
packages. I would leave the control of ignoring them to user (via
> btw, after posting to this group, i often recieve a mail from "postm...@wilson.homeunix.com",
> the mail starts as below-
Yes, I keep getting those too. It looks like someone on this list has a very
stringent spam policy setup, as it flags google groups e-mails as spam. I can
do nothing about that, as I do not know who the person is.