Thanks for the quick reply. In this case we are using windows, to make a windows build of our code.
I removed site-packages/matplotlib and re-installed it. I had to install version 0.80, because an API change
in either .81 or .82 broke some of our code and we haven't had a chance to fix that.
I ran our script as you said... here's the output with the same error:
C:\>C:\Python23\python.exe compclustweb-local.py --verbose-helpful
matplotlib data path C:\Python23\share\matplotlib
loaded rc file C:\Python23\share\matplotlib\.matplotlibrc
matplotlib version 0.80
interactive is False
platform is win32
numerix Numeric 23.8
font search path ['C:\\Python23\\share\\matplotlib']
Assertion failed: ob_refcnt == 0, file CXX\cxx_extensions.cxx, line 1031
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.
Most of our code (all python code) is open source, so if you want to look at it you can.
The only problem is that do to the powers that be, some of c code is only available in binary forms
(were working on open sourcing that as well). Let me know if your interested.
Thank you for your help!
John Hunter wrote:
"Brandon" == Brandon King <kingb@...256...> writes:
> Hi All, I ran into the following error:
> Assertion failed: ob_refcnt == 0, file
> CXX\cxx_extensions.cxx, line 1031
I assume you are using win32.
Please remove site-packages/matplotlib and reinstall the latest
version. Then run your test script with
> python myscript.py --verbose-helpful
and if the error persists, post any output.
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