Komodo 7 Crash Report (Frequently Generated) in Windows Xp

the following reports are generated frequently and restart the komodo..
i didn't work continuously..

AdapterDeviceID: 3344
AdapterVendorID: 1106

Not able to install ETS due to the dependency enable>=4.2.0

I have installed ActivePython on Windows XP, and am trying to install ETS.
From the PyPM console, I did

pypm install ets

Getting the below error on the enable package dependency:

error: no such package found for requirement "enable>; enable";
required by "ets"; try PyPM Index:>; enable/

However, even with pypm install enable, it installs 4.2.0 version of enable.

entry point

Hello -- I am trying to start python interpreter from another program via the API call ... I want the interpreter to run in the same process as the caller -- It not clear which directory need to be in my path so the EP can be found -- also what is the name of the dll that has the EP

ack broken in Perl 5.16

ack is currently broken in the PPM repository for 5.16:

I've checked the build log and the source, and it looks like the only problem is that one of the patch hunks is no longer required (it has been applied upstream).

Could you please fix the build, then?

Exe fails on other Win hosts

I have the trial version of perlapp and I am trying to make an independent exe from a running perl script. The script runs fine and the exe does too when run from the PC it was built on (Windows XP 32bit). However, when I try the app on any other Windows machine (XP or 7) I get the following error:

"The program can't start because libgcc_s_sjlj-1.dll is missing from your computer...." The next error complains about not finding perl516.dll

If I run perapp with verbose logging I can see both these files get added to the exe.

Has anyone any ideas?


32 bit executable from a 64 bit machine

I'm running Windows on a 64 bit machine along with perl5 for "MSWin32-x64-multi-thread".
Created a simple perl script and compiled into an executable with perlapp.

The app doesn't run at all on a 32 bit machine. My first thought was to select a new target system from the perlapp "Main" tab, but a popup message indicates, "PerlApp doesn't have a cached copy of ActivePerl for Windows. A copy will be downloaded from ActiveState and installed in the target cache if you try to create an executable or visit the files tab with this target setting."

encrypting/hidding password in net use command


I am trying to invoke net use command in my perl script as follows:

my $cmd = "net use \\\\" . $server . "\\ipc\$ /u:" . $self->{DOMAIN} . "\\" . $self->{USER} . " \"" . $self->{PASSWORD} . "\"";

my @results = `$cmd 2>&1`;

The problem is that if I run the perl script and open Process explorer, my password is visible in cleartext.
I am not sure how I can send an encrypted password or hidden password in this command so that it doesnt show up in process explorer.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks & Regards,

VMWare Stackato Zip file won't unzip


Do I really need 735 PB to unzip the VMWare Stackato VM?


No you certainly do not. Windows zip program is interpreting the zip file incorrectly and is looking for far more space than it needs. Just download 7zip and use it to unzip your file.

Solved - Load dll in basekit


I want to switch from tclkit (created by to basekits provided with ActiveTcl. However the basekit from 8.5.12 does not load the udp109.dll when I wrapped my files.

What is the problem?

By the way the basekit lists a package called dyndll. I could not find any information about it. Can anybody give some information about it?



Language / project completion for JSFL language type not working after 7.1.1 update ?

Not sure what's happened here, and I haven't worked on much JSFL stuff for a month or so, but I just got back to an xJSFL project today, and I'm not getting any JSFL (language) or xJSFL (project) autocomplete.

All's that's changed is that I've let Komodo update itself to 7.1.1 (or even 7.1 - I can't remember).

I can create the following "test.jsfl" file...

function test(a, b, c)
        alert(a + b + c);


...and I get "No calltip found"

Save the same file as "test.js", or change the language to "JavaScript" and I get "test(a, b, c)".