Thanks Andreas. Yes, I'd been updating from git occasionally, seeing some changes.
It has definitely improved. I updated my web page of some testing
) and hope to find some time to do more debugging
of the failure.
On Oct 28, 2011, at 2:08 PM, Andreas Kloeckner wrote:
On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 10:02:01 -0400, Randy Heiland <heiland(a)indiana.edu> wrote:
Fwiw, I posted the outputs from the 'test_array.py' script at
I realize the failures (and fixes) that occur here may be due to Andreas's lack of
having an OSX platform to test on, so I don't intend for this post to be a nuisance.
I'm simply curious what people are getting as results (from tests & examples) on
various platforms and thought I'd offer up some from OSX.
Btw, if there is some guidance on debugging pyopencl, I'd certainly
welcome it and try to contribute.
Sorry for the long delay on this. PyOpenCL's current git version should
pass all tests on OS X Lion except one, and that one I find truly
mystifying. It's the test for the random number generator (RANLUXCL)
(test_array.py, test_random) running on the CPU. In particular in the
initialization part, the state array gets filled almost exclusively with
zeros--which shouldn't be happening.
Any help debugging this would be much appreciated!