The problem appears to be that the path was not handled correctly. The
backslashes used for the path in windows were interpreted as escapes and I
got "\\x08in" and not "\\bin".
I changed this in row 125-127 in pyfr\backends\openmp\compiler.py
# If an exception is raised, load from the original path
for char in lpath:
new_string += escape_dict[char]
new_string += char
lpath = new_string
This seems to work!
Now I got this problem instead
KeyError: <class 'numpy.int32'>
as described here:
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