Has anybody been able to get Tk 8.6 working using any addition of ActivePython?
No matter what I try, it just keeps on loading the old 8.5.
I have looked into the source and looks like the "setup.py" needs to have the "8.6" prefixed there, else it will never do so.
So I am guessing this has not yet happened on any of the available ActivePython builds that are available....at least for the MAC.
Its strange since there is a ActiveTcl 126.96.36.199b6 install now available - but quite useless to those trying to use it from Python.
I have a problem with getting pythonwin to run and I need your help please! I have installed python 2.7 on Windows 7 and if I double click on pythonwin.exe (C:\Python27\Lib\site-packages\pythonwin) then it loads but comes up with the following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Python27\Lib\SITE-P~1\PYTHON~1\pywin\framework\intpyapp.py", line 181, in InitInstance
File "C:\Python27\Lib\SITE-P~1\PYTHON~1\pywin\framework\interact.py", line 21, in
The download link for Windows 32bit 2.7.2 downloads "ActivePython-188.8.131.52-win32-x86.msi" but after running the install the version is 184.108.40.206. Bad link?
I've tried twice with the same result. Where's 2.7.2?
We have a long-running development project that is using Python 2.5.1. We need to transition our development desktops (but not our target system) to Windows 7 64-bit, but are not sure if the 2.5.1 version will run successfully. While we can obviously do some simple testing, there's no way to test ALL of the release :-)
Is there any information covering compatibility with newer OS versions?
I installed the latest version on my Mac running Lion. I'm just in the process of switching to the Mac platform and I can't seem to find the way to uninstall Active Python. Can anyone provide any insight. I haven't been able to find any references by searching. Thanks in advance.
pywintypes26.dll contains a bogus embedded manifest:
The dependency part being empty.
I've installed ActivePython Community edition on a fresh Ubuntu 11.04 Desktop client (with existing Python 2.71). No problems with the installation itself. Also, added default ActivePython path to $PATH.
At terminal, Python command starts the pre-existing Python 2.7.1 interpreter. How do I call up ActivePython instead?
When I step through (step by step) python code the komodo IDE debugger on my windows box will not return from a step. I thought maybe my code was doing something bad...but I can put a break point at any spot in my code ...then if I step three lines of code..the komodo IDE basically does not return.
Is there a way to see any log files in Komodo that may tell me what is going on?
I've been using ActivePython 2.7 under Windows XP SP3 for a little while and the prewritten scripts worked fine. Now I'm experiencing PythonW.exe terminating abnormally when running a script. Occassionally I can get a script to complete after repairing the ActivePython 2.7 installation and running a windows registry cleaner, but then after running the script once the problem returns with subsequent executions of the script. I've tried several different scripts and they all yield the same outcome.
I have windows 7 64 bit and wish to install python 220.127.116.11-win64-x64.mis or activepython 18.104.22.168.6-win64-x64.mir or python 2.6.6amd64.msi. Could you please provide advise on which one I should install and as well provide step by step process on how to install python on Windows 7 64 bit. Thanks