Python numpy.__file__() 使用实例

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Example 1

def _show_system_info(self):
        nose = import_nose()

        import numpy
        print("NumPy version %s" % numpy.__version__)
        relaxed_strides = numpy.ones((10, 1), order="C").flags.f_contiguous
        print("NumPy relaxed strides checking option:", relaxed_strides)
        npdir = os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__)
        print("NumPy is installed in %s" % npdir)

        if 'scipy' in self.package_name:
            import scipy
            print("SciPy version %s" % scipy.__version__)
            spdir = os.path.dirname(scipy.__file__)
            print("SciPy is installed in %s" % spdir)

        pyversion = sys.version.replace('\n', '')
        print("Python version %s" % pyversion)
        print("nose version %d.%d.%d" % nose.__versioninfo__) 

Example 2

def _show_system_info(self):
        nose = import_nose()

        import numpy
        print("NumPy version %s" % numpy.__version__)
        relaxed_strides = numpy.ones((10, 1), order="C").flags.f_contiguous
        print("NumPy relaxed strides checking option:", relaxed_strides)
        npdir = os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__)
        print("NumPy is installed in %s" % npdir)

        if 'scipy' in self.package_name:
            import scipy
            print("SciPy version %s" % scipy.__version__)
            spdir = os.path.dirname(scipy.__file__)
            print("SciPy is installed in %s" % spdir)

        pyversion = sys.version.replace('\n', '')
        print("Python version %s" % pyversion)
        print("nose version %d.%d.%d" % nose.__versioninfo__) 

Example 3

def check_biopython(raise_exception_on_fail=False):
    # Unpatched Bio.PDB requires md5, which was missing in PyMOL1.2/1.3
    # because its Python2.5 was not linked against OpenSSL libraries
    if not raise_exception_on_fail:
        try:
            import Bio.PDB, Bio, Bio.Phylo # Phylo was missing in PyMOL1.5
            from Bio.Align.Applications import ClustalwCommandline # This was missing in PyMOL 1.4.
            from Bio.Align.Applications import MuscleCommandline
            return Bio.__version__, Bio.__file__
        except:
            return "",""
    else:
        import Bio.PDB, Bio, Bio.Phylo
        from Bio.Align.Applications import ClustalwCommandline
        from Bio.Align.Applications import MuscleCommandline
        return Bio.__version__, Bio.__file__ 

Example 4

def find_systemwide_lib(lib_name):
    """
    Check if a systemwide Python library can be imported in PyMOL.
    """
    lib_path = ""
    if sys.platform in ("linux2", "darwin"):
        try:
            # lib_file = subprocess.check_output(["/usr/bin/python2", "-Ec", "import %s; print %s.__file__" % (lib_name, lib_name)]).rstrip()
            r = subprocess.Popen("/usr/bin/python2 -Ec 'import %s; print %s.__file__'" % (lib_name, lib_name),
                                 stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, shell=True
                                 ).communicate()
            lib_file = r[0].rstrip()
            if lib_file:
                lib_path = os.path.split(os.path.dirname(lib_file))[0]
        except:
            pass
    return lib_path 

Example 5

def check_importable_modeller():
    """
    Checks if systemwide MODELLER can be imported. If it can be imported, returns its version.
    """
    try:
        import modeller, _modeller
        import modeller.automodel
        from modeller.scripts import complete_pdb
        if hasattr(_modeller,"mod_short_version_get"):
            hasmodeller=_modeller.mod_short_version_get()
        else:
            hasmodeller=[e.lower()[8:].strip("-") for e in os.path.realpath(
                os.path.dirname(modeller.__file__)).split(os.sep) if e.lower(
                ).startswith("modeller") and len(e)>8][0]
        if not hasmodeller:
            hasmodeller="unknown"
    except:
        hasmodeller=""
    return hasmodeller 

Example 6

def _show_system_info(self):
        nose = import_nose()

        import numpy
        print("NumPy version %s" % numpy.__version__)
        relaxed_strides = numpy.ones((10, 1), order="C").flags.f_contiguous
        print("NumPy relaxed strides checking option:", relaxed_strides)
        npdir = os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__)
        print("NumPy is installed in %s" % npdir)

        if 'scipy' in self.package_name:
            import scipy
            print("SciPy version %s" % scipy.__version__)
            spdir = os.path.dirname(scipy.__file__)
            print("SciPy is installed in %s" % spdir)

        pyversion = sys.version.replace('\n', '')
        print("Python version %s" % pyversion)
        print("nose version %d.%d.%d" % nose.__versioninfo__) 

Example 7

def _show_system_info(self):
        nose = import_nose()

        import numpy
        print("NumPy version %s" % numpy.__version__)
        relaxed_strides = numpy.ones((10, 1), order="C").flags.f_contiguous
        print("NumPy relaxed strides checking option:", relaxed_strides)
        npdir = os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__)
        print("NumPy is installed in %s" % npdir)

        if 'scipy' in self.package_name:
            import scipy
            print("SciPy version %s" % scipy.__version__)
            spdir = os.path.dirname(scipy.__file__)
            print("SciPy is installed in %s" % spdir)

        pyversion = sys.version.replace('\n', '')
        print("Python version %s" % pyversion)
        print("nose version %d.%d.%d" % nose.__versioninfo__) 

Example 8

def test_warning_calls():
        # combined "ignore" and stacklevel error
        base = Path(numpy.__file__).parent

        for path in base.rglob("*.py"):
            if base / "testing" in path.parents:
                continue
            if path == base / "__init__.py":
                continue
            if path == base / "random" / "__init__.py":
                continue
            # use tokenize to auto-detect encoding on systems where no
            # default encoding is defined (e.g. LANG='C')
            with tokenize.open(str(path)) as file:
                tree = ast.parse(file.read())
                FindFuncs(path).visit(tree) 

Example 9

def _show_system_info(self):
        nose = import_nose()

        import numpy
        print("NumPy version %s" % numpy.__version__)
        relaxed_strides = numpy.ones((10, 1), order="C").flags.f_contiguous
        print("NumPy relaxed strides checking option:", relaxed_strides)
        npdir = os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__)
        print("NumPy is installed in %s" % npdir)

        if 'scipy' in self.package_name:
            import scipy
            print("SciPy version %s" % scipy.__version__)
            spdir = os.path.dirname(scipy.__file__)
            print("SciPy is installed in %s" % spdir)

        pyversion = sys.version.replace('\n', '')
        print("Python version %s" % pyversion)
        print("nose version %d.%d.%d" % nose.__versioninfo__) 

Example 10

def _show_system_info(self):
        nose = import_nose()

        import numpy
        print("NumPy version %s" % numpy.__version__)
        relaxed_strides = numpy.ones((10, 1), order="C").flags.f_contiguous
        print("NumPy relaxed strides checking option:", relaxed_strides)
        npdir = os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__)
        print("NumPy is installed in %s" % npdir)

        if 'scipy' in self.package_name:
            import scipy
            print("SciPy version %s" % scipy.__version__)
            spdir = os.path.dirname(scipy.__file__)
            print("SciPy is installed in %s" % spdir)

        pyversion = sys.version.replace('\n', '')
        print("Python version %s" % pyversion)
        print("nose version %d.%d.%d" % nose.__versioninfo__) 

Example 11

def get_include():
    """
    Return the directory that contains the NumPy \\*.h header files.

    Extension modules that need to compile against NumPy should use this
    function to locate the appropriate include directory.

    Notes
    -----
    When using ``distutils``, for example in ``setup.py``.
    ::

        import numpy as np
        ...
        Extension('extension_name', ...
                include_dirs=[np.get_include()])
        ...

    """
    import numpy
    if numpy.show_config is None:
        # running from numpy source directory
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__), 'core', 'include')
    else:
        # using installed numpy core headers
        import numpy.core as core
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(core.__file__), 'include')
    return d 

Example 12

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 13

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 14

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 15

def get_include():
    """
    Return the directory that contains the NumPy \\*.h header files.

    Extension modules that need to compile against NumPy should use this
    function to locate the appropriate include directory.

    Notes
    -----
    When using ``distutils``, for example in ``setup.py``.
    ::

        import numpy as np
        ...
        Extension('extension_name', ...
                include_dirs=[np.get_include()])
        ...

    """
    import numpy
    if numpy.show_config is None:
        # running from numpy source directory
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__), 'core', 'include')
    else:
        # using installed numpy core headers
        import numpy.core as core
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(core.__file__), 'include')
    return d 

Example 16

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 17

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 18

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 19

def check_numpy():
    try: # check numpy
        import numpy
        return numpy.__version__, numpy.__file__
    except:
        return "","" 

Example 20

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 21

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 22

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings=None):
        if raise_warnings is None and (
                not hasattr(np, '__version__') or '.dev0' in np.__version__):
            raise_warnings = "develop"
        elif raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 23

def _test_argv(self, label, verbose, extra_argv):
        ''' Generate argv for nosetest command

        Parameters
        ----------
        label : {'fast', 'full', '', attribute identifier}, optional
            see ``test`` docstring
        verbose : int, optional
            Verbosity value for test outputs, in the range 1-10. Default is 1.
        extra_argv : list, optional
            List with any extra arguments to pass to nosetests.

        Returns
        -------
        argv : list
            command line arguments that will be passed to nose
        '''
        argv = [__file__, self.package_path, '-s']
        if label and label != 'full':
            if not isinstance(label, basestring):
                raise TypeError('Selection label should be a string')
            if label == 'fast':
                label = 'not slow'
            argv += ['-A', label]
        argv += ['--verbosity', str(verbose)]

        # When installing with setuptools, and also in some other cases, the
        # test_*.py files end up marked +x executable. Nose, by default, does
        # not run files marked with +x as they might be scripts. However, in
        # our case nose only looks for test_*.py files under the package
        # directory, which should be safe.
        argv += ['--exe']

        if extra_argv:
            argv += extra_argv
        return argv 

Example 24

def get_include():
    """
    Return the directory that contains the NumPy \\*.h header files.

    Extension modules that need to compile against NumPy should use this
    function to locate the appropriate include directory.

    Notes
    -----
    When using ``distutils``, for example in ``setup.py``.
    ::

        import numpy as np
        ...
        Extension('extension_name', ...
                include_dirs=[np.get_include()])
        ...

    """
    import numpy
    if numpy.show_config is None:
        # running from numpy source directory
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__), 'core', 'include')
    else:
        # using installed numpy core headers
        import numpy.core as core
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(core.__file__), 'include')
    return d 

Example 25

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 26

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 27

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings=None):
        if raise_warnings is None and (
                not hasattr(np, '__version__') or '.dev0' in np.__version__):
            raise_warnings = "develop"
        elif raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 28

def get_include():
    """
    Return the directory that contains the NumPy \\*.h header files.

    Extension modules that need to compile against NumPy should use this
    function to locate the appropriate include directory.

    Notes
    -----
    When using ``distutils``, for example in ``setup.py``.
    ::

        import numpy as np
        ...
        Extension('extension_name', ...
                include_dirs=[np.get_include()])
        ...

    """
    import numpy
    if numpy.show_config is None:
        # running from numpy source directory
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__), 'core', 'include')
    else:
        # using installed numpy core headers
        import numpy.core as core
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(core.__file__), 'include')
    return d 

Example 29

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 30

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 31

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 32

def get_include():
    """
    Return the directory that contains the NumPy \\*.h header files.

    Extension modules that need to compile against NumPy should use this
    function to locate the appropriate include directory.

    Notes
    -----
    When using ``distutils``, for example in ``setup.py``.
    ::

        import numpy as np
        ...
        Extension('extension_name', ...
                include_dirs=[np.get_include()])
        ...

    """
    import numpy
    if numpy.show_config is None:
        # running from numpy source directory
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__), 'core', 'include')
    else:
        # using installed numpy core headers
        import numpy.core as core
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(core.__file__), 'include')
    return d 

Example 33

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 34

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 35

def _test_argv(self, label, verbose, extra_argv):
        ''' Generate argv for nosetest command

        Parameters
        ----------
        label : {'fast', 'full', '', attribute identifier}, optional
            see ``test`` docstring
        verbose : int, optional
            Verbosity value for test outputs, in the range 1-10. Default is 1.
        extra_argv : list, optional
            List with any extra arguments to pass to nosetests.

        Returns
        -------
        argv : list
            command line arguments that will be passed to nose
        '''
        argv = [__file__, self.package_path, '-s']
        if label and label != 'full':
            if not isinstance(label, basestring):
                raise TypeError('Selection label should be a string')
            if label == 'fast':
                label = 'not slow'
            argv += ['-A', label]
        argv += ['--verbosity', str(verbose)]

        # When installing with setuptools, and also in some other cases, the
        # test_*.py files end up marked +x executable. Nose, by default, does
        # not run files marked with +x as they might be scripts. However, in
        # our case nose only looks for test_*.py files under the package
        # directory, which should be safe.
        argv += ['--exe']

        if extra_argv:
            argv += extra_argv
        return argv 

Example 36

def get_include():
    """
    Return the directory that contains the NumPy \\*.h header files.

    Extension modules that need to compile against NumPy should use this
    function to locate the appropriate include directory.

    Notes
    -----
    When using ``distutils``, for example in ``setup.py``.
    ::

        import numpy as np
        ...
        Extension('extension_name', ...
                include_dirs=[np.get_include()])
        ...

    """
    import numpy
    if numpy.show_config is None:
        # running from numpy source directory
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__), 'core', 'include')
    else:
        # using installed numpy core headers
        import numpy.core as core
        d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(core.__file__), 'include')
    return d 

Example 37

def get_path_from_frame(frame, parent_path=None):
    """Return path of the module given a frame object from the call stack.

    Returned path is relative to parent_path when given,
    otherwise it is absolute path.
    """

    # First, try to find if the file name is in the frame.
    try:
        caller_file = eval('__file__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(caller_file))
    except NameError:
        # __file__ is not defined, so let's try __name__. We try this second
        # because setuptools spoofs __name__ to be '__main__' even though
        # sys.modules['__main__'] might be something else, like easy_install(1).
        caller_name = eval('__name__', frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
        __import__(caller_name)
        mod = sys.modules[caller_name]
        if hasattr(mod, '__file__'):
            d = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(mod.__file__))
        else:
            # we're probably running setup.py as execfile("setup.py")
            # (likely we're building an egg)
            d = os.path.abspath('.')
            # hmm, should we use sys.argv[0] like in __builtin__ case?

    if parent_path is not None:
        d = rel_path(d, parent_path)

    return d or '.' 

Example 38

def get_npy_pkg_dir():
    """Return the path where to find the npy-pkg-config directory."""
    # XXX: import here for bootstrapping reasons
    import numpy
    d = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__),
            'core', 'lib', 'npy-pkg-config')
    return d 

Example 39

def __init__(self, package=None, raise_warnings="release", depth=0):
        # Back-compat: 'None' used to mean either "release" or "develop"
        # depending on whether this was a release or develop version of
        # numpy. Those semantics were fine for testing numpy, but not so
        # helpful for downstream projects like scipy that use
        # numpy.testing. (They want to set this based on whether *they* are a
        # release or develop version, not whether numpy is.) So we continue to
        # accept 'None' for back-compat, but it's now just an alias for the
        # default "release".
        if raise_warnings is None:
            raise_warnings = "release"

        package_name = None
        if package is None:
            f = sys._getframe(1 + depth)
            package_path = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
            if package_path is None:
                raise AssertionError
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package_path)
            package_name = f.f_locals.get('__name__', None)
        elif isinstance(package, type(os)):
            package_path = os.path.dirname(package.__file__)
            package_name = getattr(package, '__name__', None)
        else:
            package_path = str(package)

        self.package_path = package_path

        # Find the package name under test; this name is used to limit coverage
        # reporting (if enabled).
        if package_name is None:
            package_name = get_package_name(package_path)
        self.package_name = package_name

        # Set to "release" in constructor in maintenance branches.
        self.raise_warnings = raise_warnings 

Example 40

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailurePlugin
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailurePlugin()]) 

Example 41

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailurePlugin
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailurePlugin()]) 

Example 42

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailure
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailure()]) 

Example 43

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailure
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailure()]) 

Example 44

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailurePlugin
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailurePlugin()]) 

Example 45

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailurePlugin
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailurePlugin()]) 

Example 46

def run_module_suite(file_to_run=None, argv=None):
    """
    Run a test module.

    Equivalent to calling ``$ nosetests <argv> <file_to_run>`` from
    the command line

    Parameters
    ----------
    file_to_run : str, optional
        Path to test module, or None.
        By default, run the module from which this function is called.
    argv : list of strings
        Arguments to be passed to the nose test runner. ``argv[0]`` is
        ignored. All command line arguments accepted by ``nosetests``
        will work. If it is the default value None, sys.argv is used.

        .. versionadded:: 1.9.0

    Examples
    --------
    Adding the following::

        if __name__ == "__main__" :
            run_module_suite(argv=sys.argv)

    at the end of a test module will run the tests when that module is
    called in the python interpreter.

    Alternatively, calling::

    >>> run_module_suite(file_to_run="numpy/tests/test_matlib.py")

    from an interpreter will run all the test routine in 'test_matlib.py'.
    """
    if file_to_run is None:
        f = sys._getframe(1)
        file_to_run = f.f_locals.get('__file__', None)
        if file_to_run is None:
            raise AssertionError

    if argv is None:
        argv = sys.argv + [file_to_run]
    else:
        argv = argv + [file_to_run]

    nose = import_nose()
    from .noseclasses import KnownFailurePlugin
    nose.run(argv=argv, addplugins=[KnownFailurePlugin()]) 
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