perl program STDIN running on win7 system,i can't stop keyboard input when enter ctrl+z,what's wrong with it?
It looks like there's some kind of resizing issues going on with the icons in places.
I've had this ever since v8 was released.
Help, I was able to use PyPM just fine until today when I installed gevent via a Windows installer (PyPM did not have it in the list of packages, so I had to do this "manual" install). After this PyPM stopped working. Now I am getting the following error. Any ideas how to fix?
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Python27\Scripts\pypm-script.py", line 5, in
from pkg_resources import load_entry_point
File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\pkg_resources.py", line 2607, in
Is it possible get the actual page number (i.e. "284" [1 of 20]) of a PDF page. I've tried with the Perl modules "CAM::PDF" as well as "PDF::API2" but didn't find any property to get the page label.
Can anyone help me in this regard.
Thanks & Regards
Even with the simplest of Tk widgets (just pack a frame), the resulting wrapped exe will require elevated privileges under window 8. I'm assuming this is true for windows Vista and up as well.
Is there any way to compile an exe that does not?
I'm using tk basekit version 8.6 from teapot.
Happens even if I sign the exe with a legitimate code signing cert (in this case I'm wrapping with tclit: tclkit-gui-860.exe as code signing won't corrupt that tclkit).
I'd like to create an extension that adds functionality to the status bar at the bottom of komodo.
I am building a reverse regex parser extension similar to what txt2re.com does.
I want to make a quick access section in the status bar (next to the language selector) to quickly display simple regex's from the selected text.
All i want to know here is how do i add my UI to that bottom status bar or if it is even possible.
Currently coding this for Komodo IDE 8
I'm embedding Python27 in my app. I have users install ActivePython27 in order to take advantage of python in my app, so the python installation can't be touched as it's on the end user's machine.
When I attempt to do:
i get this:
>Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "startup.py", line 5, in
>ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
I someone suggested i manually load the dependent libraries in the correct order, like this:
but then i get this:
I have ActivePerl 5.16.3 running on a Windows 7 64 bit. I'm attempting to install the Perl module DBIx-JSON by launching the PPM, marking the said module for install and then running marked actions via the UI.
I'm getting the error below when I do this:
ERROR: Can't extract files from C:\Users\mycorporateuserID\AppData\Local\Temp\ppm-Jw5UXe/DBIx-JSON-0.02.tgz
CTRL + SHIFT + O (qo to file) feature is barely usable. I'm working on some projects that have files with same names, but when i'm using this feature it displays files from history, above files from currently opened project.
This is very weird behaviour, i would expect that if you display some history form already closed projects (that i don't care about as i'm working on something else)... at least the files from **currently opened** project would be at the top.