I've had that issue in the past, but never bothered looking into it. Me, I'll hold out for 2018.1 (which kills Python 2 support) to fix these kind of bugs.
Cheers, Nico On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 4:54 PM Fabrice Silva <si...@lma.cnrs-mrs.fr> wrote: > Additional information from Johannes Ring (fenics dev) on > https://groups.google.com/d/topic/fenics-support/mfJdWYwq0-w/discussion > > The problem is that the path to petsc4py is included in > /usr/share/dolfin/cmake/DOLFINConfig.cmake and > /usr/share/dolfin/cmake/DOLFINTargets.cmake, while it should only > have been included in /usr/share/dolfin/cmake/DOLFINPython27.cmake > and /usr/share/dolfin/cmake/DOLFINPython36.cmake. > > The quick fix would be to either install python-petsc4py (the > petsc4py include files are the same for python2 and python3) or to > remove the path to petsc4py from DOLFINConfig.cmake and > DOLFINTargets.cmake. > > These recommendations solve the trouble (even if other errors are still > raised in the overly-simplified script). > >
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