Actually, I originally got the wheel from
Then I tried again after reinstalling using "pip install pycuda".
Finally, I've just now tried building and installing the version posted
at link you've provided, yielding the same results.
Could this have anything to do with my doing this on a Windows 10 machine?
On 5/23/2019 11:42 PM, Andreas Kloeckner wrote:
Dan Guralnik <guraldan(a)seas.upenn.edu> writes:
When attempting to run pycuda (the latest 2019 version), I encounter the following error
message from python (2.7):
File "test_cuda.py", line 9, in <module>
File "C:\Users\kotmasha\Anaconda2\lib\site-packages\pycuda\tools.py", line
44, in <module>
from pycuda.compyte.dtypes import (
ImportError: No module named compyte.dtypes
Do you think my installation is missing something? If so, what is and
why? (I've refreshed pip, setuptools, pytools ahead of installing
I'm guessing you downloaded the release from Github. If so, don't do
that. Grab it from https://pypi.org
. Github insists on making available
broken tarballs that I can't even turn off.
Dan Guralnīk, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania
Electrical & Systems Engineering