On Tue, Feb 05, 2019 at 01:56:20 +0100, Christian Himpe wrote:
> I can provide the fntests.log file if needed, but I would prefer to not
> send it to the mailinglist.
Thank you for testing.
Feel free to send the log to me directly, compressed please.
> PS: Would it make sense to try to compile with sundials-4.0.2?
It would be nice, but it's not feasible at the moment. I haven't looked
at sundials 4 yet, but sundials 3 forces a particular assumption about
the suitesparse header files that breaks the way Octave currently builds
Does sundials 4 still '#include "klu.h"' in its public headers?
> Hi Christian,
> On Tue, Feb 05, 2019 at 01:56:20 +0100, Christian Himpe wrote:
> > I compiled octave-5.0.91 on Ubuntu 18.04 with the self-compiled
> > library stack:
> > * OpenBLAS 0.3.5
> > * FlexiBLAS 2.0.0
> > * qrupdate 1.1.2
> > * SuiteSparse 5.4.0
> > * arpack-ng 3.7.0
> > * sundials 2.7.0
> When you run the test suite are you using FlexiBLAS with OpenBLAS
> selected? I assume so.
> Is your Ubuntu system x86-64?
> > whereas the fails are in:
> > * plot/appearance/camlookat.m (1 FAIL)
> > * specfun/gammainc.m (3 FAILs)
> In your fntests.log file, all 4 failures are because the difference is
> slightly out of the test tolerance.
> I think the gammainc.m test tolerances were chosen empirically, and
> they have been increased in the past
> Cc'ing Colin to comment on the camlookat.m test results and
> !!!!! test failed
> ASSERT errors for: assert (dir,dir2,-2 * eps)
> Location | Observed | Expected | Reason
> (2) 0.72803 0.72803 Rel err 4.5749e-16 exceeds
> tol 4.4409e-16 by 1e-17
Sorry, I should have been more specific there.
Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory
Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems