[f2py] Segmentation fault for format write
14527839 at sun.ac.za
Thu Oct 8 12:11:18 EEST 2009
Hi there, I have also been struggling with this problem for months. I
can't get formatted write statements to work. I have no problems with
However statements like
write (44,144) x, y
results in a segfault.
When I compile with gfortran and run, everything is fine. Commenting out
write statements and using f2py also works fine. (except that I don't
get my files generated the way I want)
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Formatted output with the 'write' command should work. With both
strings and numbers. Try to define the number of string digits, e.g., A20.
> bw, Johanna Torppa
> -----Original Message-----
> From: f2py-users-bounces at cens.ioc.ee [mailto:f2py-users-bounces
at cens.ioc.ee] On Behalf Of Shang-Jun Ye
> Sent: 16. syyskuuta 2009 13:52
> To: f2py-users at cens.ioc.ee
> Subject: [f2py] Segmentation fault for format write
> I try to integrate a Fortran output subroutine by Python, the f2py
> runs successfully, however, when I run the script, I have got a
> Segmentation fault without any more infomation. does f2py support
> format write?
> here is my Fortran subroutine :
> ! output.f95
> subroutine output
> implicit none
> write(*,'(1x,a)') 'write something'
> !write(*,*)'write something' !works well
> end subroutine output
> the corresponding python script is
> import output
> ! >>>Segmentation fault
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