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A Monday 26 April 2010 18:02:30 Chris Withers escrigué:
> Hi Frances,
> We're taking a look at pytables here but having trouble getting going with
> it. We have Python 2.5 installed on Windows, with numpy, etc but after
> installing version 2.1.2 from http://www.pytables.org/download/stable/, we
> get a windows pop-up crash box.
> Any idea what might cause this?
It might be that you are using the newest NumPy 1.4.1 that has an
incompatibility with Pyrex < 0.9.9 or Cython < 0.12.1. If this is your issue,
you have three possibilities:
1.- Recompile PyTables sources with NumPy 1.4.1 (see chapter 2 of UG).
2.- Install NumPy 1.3.x in your machine
3.- Wait until I release PyTables 2.2rc1 (probably next week). I'll provide
Windows binaries that are compatible with NumPy 1.4.1.
> Also, is there a mailing list for pytables?
Sure. Here it is:
and for announcements:
A Tuesday 27 April 2010 10:13:20 Chris Withers escrigué:
> > > Any idea what might cause this?
> > It might be that you are using the newest NumPy 1.4.1 that has an
> > incompatibility with Pyrex < 0.9.9 or Cython < 0.12.1. If this is your
> > issue, you have three possibilities:
> Hmm, another possibility: are the binaries on the website 32-bit or 64-bit?
The binaries are 32-bit.
> I assume having a 64-bit python or numpy would cause problems if PyTables
> was 32-bit?
Don't know. I've never tried Python 64-bit with 32-bit extensions, but that
could be a source of problems, yes. Anyway, which is your NumPy version (just
to remove possible sources of problems)?