[f2py] Fortran print* statements not showing up in Python session
jomurd at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 1 08:19:33 EEST 2006
I've been playing with Enthought's latest Python
release (enthon-python2.3-0.9.3.exe) and I'm loving
f2py. Unfortunately, none of my Fortran print*
statements show up in my Python session. The tutorial
shows them printing out.
This is my sample program:
C File hello.f
subroutine foo (a)
cf2py intent(in,out) :: a
print*, "Hello from Fortran!"
I am using mingw on Windows XP (Service Pack 1, Intel
Pentium 4), and my command line looks like this:
f2py -c hello.f --compiler=mingw32 -m hello
which runs successfully, and creates a hello.pyd
This is my Python session:
>>> import hello
>>> print hello.__doc__
This module 'hello' is auto-generated with f2py
a = foo(a)
The Fortran print* statement doesn't show.
f2py version = 2.45.241_1926
g77 version = GCC 3.2.3 (mingw special 20030504-1))
3.2.3 20030425 (release)
gcc version = 3.2.3 (mingw special 20030504-1)
I already feel like f2py is a Red Rider BB Gun on
Christmas morning, but I can't help thinking that
getting these print* statements to work will be a
powerful debugging technique.
Any guidance will be gratefully appreciated.
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