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
I installed ActivePython 2.7 (32-bit) on a Windows 7 box (x64). When I run idle from the Start menu, idle closes its window immediately. If I run idle from a cmd box, it seems to run fine:
> cd \ActivePython27
I did an uninstall of ActiveState python both 64 & 32 bit versions, and even a reboot, and installed the FOSS (python.org)python (2.7).
But oddly enough, when I run python (cmd line) I still get ActiveState python reported:
ActivePython 220.127.116.11 (ActiveState Software Inc.) based on
Python 2.7 (r27:82500, Aug 23 2010, 17:18:21) [MSC v.1500 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
Copyright (c) 2000-2010 ActiveState Software Inc.
When I start an interactive shell, why isn't os.sys.path the same as what is in my PATH environment variable (either Startup or User Environment)?
How can I get a directory that I add to the PATH to be seen in os.sys.path?
I'm a 'newbie' to Linux and can't seem to get the "Community" Activexxx packages to work on my Ubuntu platform. I never had any issues using the Windows packages, but I'm trying to migrate away from Windows.
I downloaded the ActivePython-18.104.22.168-linux-x86.tar.gz package, freed the tarball, and ran $ sh install.sh per the instruction for Linux platforms.
After ensuring path exported, type in python at command line and get:
ImportError: No module named site
We have a program using Python25.dll used to work fine with 22.214.171.124, but keep getting this 'visual c++ runtime error' randomly after upgrading to 126.96.36.199.
I have tried to install ActivePython 188.8.131.52 (Win 64-bit x64), and
waited more than 10 minutes while the installation program checked on
space on my laptop. I tried twice more, once with a wait of 30 minutes.
I have about 132 GB of empty space on my hard drive.
The module has not been built. I'm assuming it creates a lib-tk folder as it does under 2.6. Under 3.1 this folder is missing also
Not sure what to do about this, I need 64 bit support, so I"m trying to uninstall, however the instructins indicate I should run a script in /Library/Receiepts/ActivePython..., but no receipt exists after installing.