I am stuck with this for a while, nothing comes to do so as to fix it!
In a project on linux, I am using pystan 220.127.116.11, stan_utility 0.1.2, gcc-9 and g++ -9.
when I call the function
It Starts compiling saying:
INFO:pystan:COMPILING THE C++ CODE FOR MODEL filename NOW.
then produces thousands of warnings and the compilation never finishes…
Does anyone have any insights how it can be resolved or what can be the cause of the problem?
I debugged more in the stan_utility and found out that it is stuck at this line:
sm = pystan.StanModel(model_code=model_code, model_name=model_name, **kwargs)
I am wondering what are the reasons that pystan never stops while creating a model?
Pinging @ahartikainen who’s more familiar with the internals of
Did the warnings contain any error lines?
It might be that gcc 9 is too new for 2.x (python 3.7?).
Thanks for the response.
No errors, just warnings.
And yes, I am using python 3.7.
So maybe the version of dependencies I am using is not compatible with each other :-?
Do you have any recommendation for another version of gcc?
Idk exactly what caused the never ending problem in the end but by the code was using jupyterlab and I copied all the code in a .py file. Then It passed the compile line of code and now I am receiving error in sampling. But it is another issue, I think I should open another thread.