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Issue with Python code : works with Clang python3.7.13 (Clang 13.0 but not intel python3.9 (2022.0)

cpetit
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Hello,

on macOS 12.13, the attached Archive or also available on <link removed>  I have a working python code that works with standard python3.7. (Python 3.7.13 Clang 13).

Unfortunately, the executions with python3.9 Intel generates errors that I can't manage to fix.

I provide the archive Archive_SpecSAF.tar.gz where there are 2 sub-folders : QTLauncher is a directory of input files and into SpecSAF, there is the considered Python script named "GCs_forecast.py".

Before launching this script, you need to compile CAMB-0.1.7 inside CAMB-0.1.7 by doing :

$ make EQUATIONS=equations_ppf

After binary "camb" generated, we can launch the python script " GCs_forecast.py '


Any help is welcome to make work the script with python3.9 intel (2022.0).

I tried with python3.9 (2022.2.0) but issue remains.

 

PS: you have to allow the HTTP downloading of code archive to get it from the archive link above.

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AlHill
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@cpetit Provide a proper link for your download.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

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cpetit
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Here is in attachment the Archive of code

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VaradJ_Intel
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Hi,


Good day to you.

                    

Thanks for posting in Intel Communities.


Please can you share the following details:


1. Which processor are you using?


2. Can you share the exact detailed steps to reproduce the issue from our side


3. Can you share the screenshot of the error which you are getting


Thank You.

 


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VaradJ_Intel
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Hi,

 

Could you please answer the above questions?

 

Thank You.

 

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VaradJ_Intel
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