I am very new to Perl and am trying to create a script that will allow me to download my homework assignments off of my teacher's website for a specific day. He puts our HW on his website, http://staweb.sta.cathedral.org/departments/math/mhansen/public_html/111.... I would like to make a script that when given a date, finds the corresponding assignment and prints it in a blank text file. I am able to create all of the mechanics except for the copying the assignment part
I work with SQLs a lot and I see autocomplete for SQLs are not available. Is there a way to create custom autocomplete for SQL files?
I'm wondering if Komodo supports using IronPython as its Python Interperter. I've set up the Preferences\Languages\Python to use the IronPython interpreter (C:\Program Files (x86)\IronPython 2.7\ipy.exe), but trying to run my code, I get the following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Program Files (x86)\ActiveState Komodo IDE 7\lib\support\dbgp\pythonlib\dbgp\client.py", line 2260, in runMain
I would like to use treectrl 2.4.1 (published 2011-10-17). Unfortunatly it is not in the default teacup repository (only 2.4). I tried installing it with teacup with
teacup install file://C:/unzipFolder/
which errors "can't overwrite someRandomTempFile", I tried deleting the temp file, however I keep getting the same error, even though the file did not exist before I started teacup install.
Since this does not work for me a valuable workarround would be to just put the folder with treectrl into my working directory, however if I try yhis I get the following under windows:
I'm trying to use service broker on MS SQL server 2008R2,
To do that I'm using tclodbc (I'm using activetcl 8.5)
is there an option for me to use the service broker feature in just the same way queries are made?
I mean to issue query with the dbo for example:
is there such a thing as a portable edition of Komodo IDE 7?
As in natively ?
Or is it to intertwined for just tcl ?
When changing Sync Options in IDE 7.0.2 there is no Apply or OK button. All you can do is make your changes and close the window. Upon re-opening the window all changes are gone.
It seems like the application icons for Komodo Edit have been a moving target, and are somewhat inconsistent right now.
In a previous version the icon was circular with a curled up dragon (if I recall).
For 7.0, it was a "refrigerator magnet" of a dragon's head, and that's what I still have for the desktop shortcut (comes from KoEd70.exe).
I think for a minor 7.x version update, there was a new application icon that is a very flat looking, teal and white dragon head (comes from komodo.exe), and a 16x16 icon that has the same colors but is kind of just a dragon's eye?
I am using Komodo Edit installed in Windows for Perl script development. Files are located in Linux. I can read and write files to a remote Linux server.
However, I cannot run any file that is in Linux server from Komodo Edit running in Windows. I used the following in “Run:” field:
But I get the following error:
Can't open perl script "sftp://mbfbcht3/home/rxc5658/perl/perl1/ANSWERS/c2f-updated.pl": Invalid argument
Please help. Thanks.