Stem 1.6.0 incompatible with PyPy 5.6.0
Steps to reproduce:
sudo apt-get install pypy virtualenv -p pypy stemtest source stemtest/bin/activate pip install stem==1.6.0 pypy -c "import stem.util.system"
Traceback (most recent call last): File "<module>", line 1, in <module> File "/home/user/Source/vanguards.git/stemtest/site-packages/stem/util/system.py", line 97, in <module> DEFAULT_SIZE = sys.getsizeof(0) # estimate if object lacks a __sizeof__ TypeError: sys.getsizeof() is not implemented on PyPy.
There is then a whole blob of explanatory text after that error from PyPy:
A memory profiler using this function is most likely to give results inconsistent with reality on PyPy. It would be possible to have sys.getsizeof() return a number (with enough work), but that may or may not represent how much memory the object uses. It doesn't even make really sense to ask how much *one* object uses, in isolation with the rest of the system. For example, instances have maps, which are often shared across many instances; in this case the maps would probably be ignored by an implementation of sys.getsizeof(), but their overhead is important in some cases if they are many instances with unique maps. Conversely, equal strings may share their internal string data even if they are different objects---or empty containers may share parts of their internals as long as they are empty. Even stranger, some lists create objects as you read them; if you try to estimate the size in memory of range(10**6) as the sum of all items' size, that operation will by itself create one million integer objects that never existed in the first place.
Stem 1.5.4 does not have this issue.