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?
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 184.108.40.206-win64-x64.mis or activepython 220.127.116.11.6-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
I get different result while running the .py directly in the command shell then prefix it with the explicit python command. The ActiveState Python 18.104.22.168 has been un-installed and re-installed multiple times and computer has also been restarted several times, but sitll not solving the problem. Last time when it was good was before I installed IronPython and CPython3.2 which were later all uninstalled. So, what could be the cause of the problem (snapshot attached in the file)?
I just tried to install ActivePython 22.214.171.124 on Vista Ultimate(64bit) using the 32 bit .msi file. All seems to work fine and when I choose the option from the Windows menu - up comes the PyPM commmand dialogue box. However all I see is: "'pypm' is not recognised as an internal or external command ...." etc. I have searched for pypm.* with the intention of placing it on the Path - but it is not anywhere I can find. When I start Idle - that is OK too and my scripts work. The reason for trying out ActiveState is because of the easy installation of MySQL library and so I need pypm to work.
I want to uninstall Active Python 126.96.36.199 and upgrade. Certain things are not working and it's probably time to upgrade anyway. When I try to uninstall it says "missing msi".
Before I delete all the folders and clean the registry out is there something I can try to have a normal or more graceful uninstall?
NOTE: I was able to find an old copy of: activePython-188.8.131.52-win32-x86.msi and put it in the right place for the installer and it seems like it worked. So please disregard - I think it's fixed.
I downloaded python 2.7, but isnt there supposed to be an editor included?
i cant find it.
I am new to python and really want to learn it. I have installed and uninstalled python like 20 ties but the IDLE is not working. whenever i click on it from the start menu-->programes-->Active State Active Python 2.7--> IDLE GUI, nothing seems to happen.
Just downloaded and installed this. Docs say:
Symbolic links and stubs are created in "/usr/local/bin" for launching python, pythonw and pydoc from the command line.
Found the version links, but had to manually link the names to the versions, e.g.
ln -s python3.1-config python-config