Windows 7

Canno't setup GTK2 module

Hello every body

I am using Perl ActiveSate under Win7. So, I would like setup GTK2 module with ppm gui.

But I haven't this module in the lits of all modules.

Do you have some idea. What is the best repository to downlaod this Perl Module

Thank in advance

BUG - Added Custom Colors are lost on system restart.

Title says it all.

Added a number of Custom Colors yesterday so I could test out some new schemes. Started computer today, and all custom colors are gone.

How to set Perl Include Path for Syntax checking

For the background syntax checking to work, Perl needs to find all the included modules. However, Perl finds only the default modules installed with Perls. How can I configure Kodomo, so that it passes to Perl the libs belonging to my projects?

Strange warning about line ending

I have created a project on top of a bunch of existing (Perl-) files. They have all LF as line endings, and my settings are also LF for new files.

For one of my files in the project, I get the warning in line 1

This line does not end with the expected EOL: CRLF

Now I wonder why I get the warning for especially this file, i.e. why Komodo is expecting CRLF as line ending here. Any ideas?

Komodo Edit 7.1 problem with console input

Is the following a bug in the Komodo Edit Command Output?

I am using Komodo Edit 7.1 under Windows 7 and my file properties point to Python3.2.exe

The code is

x = input('first prompt ')
print(x)
y = input('second prompt ')
print(y)

When I run the file using command %(python) "%F" the first input works fine but the second input includes the prompt string in the return value. Sample interaction:

first prompt xyz
xyz
second prompt abc
second prompt abc

If it is a bug, is there any workaround?

Very grateful for any advice.

Richard

Breakpoint not working in 'master' Python file OTRS: 020317340

I just installed 7.1 and am learning Python 3.2 (ActiveState). I created a file called test.py, and this is the contents.

from InitialConfig import *

def main():
try:
aiLog("This is a test.")
aiLog("And another test.")
x = 5
aiLog("Look out!! Another test.")
except Exception as tryError:
aiLog('EXCEPTION', tryError)

main()

The file 'InitialConfig.py' is my library file, and the procedure 'aiLog' is defined in it. When I run test.py the three log messages are written to standard out.

Breakpoint not working in 'master' Python file

I just installed 7.1 and am learning Python 3.2 (ActiveState). I created a file called test.py, and this is the contents.

from InitialConfig import *

def main():
    try:
        aiLog("This is a test.")
        aiLog("And another test.")
        x = 5
        aiLog("Look out!! Another test.")
    except Exception as tryError:
        aiLog('EXCEPTION', tryError)

main()

The file 'InitialConfig.py' is my library file, and the procedure 'aiLog' is defined in it. When I run test.py the three log messages are written to standard out.

"ActivePerl Win32-x64-295342" crashing using "Email::Valid" module

"ActivePerl-5.14.2.1402-MSWin32-x64-295342" crash using "Email::Valid" module... Email::Valid module or some of their depend (Mail::Address, Net::DNS, Net::Domain::TLD, MailTools, TimeDate) are crashing...

Here the Windows 7 x64 raise event:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: perl.exe
Application Version: 5.14.2.1402
Application Timestamp: 4e8f83bc
Fault Module Name: Iphlpapi.DLL
Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.17514
Fault Module Timestamp: 4ce7c6da
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 0000000000008a64
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.1296.17

Reducing Komodo Edit's rather large startup time?

Hi All,

I use Komodo Edit as my go to python editor. Simply put, it's the ONLY editor with *complete* code completion. In addition, it supports firing up a command window and opening files from the command line.

However, starting Komodo Edit for the first time takes a *long* time. Sometimes about 20 seconds (ballparking). I've disabled a lot of the extensions that I don't need, but the startup time is still pretty long. It seems to improve on subsequent startups, however.

Anything you would suggest to improve time on the first run?

Detecting Console Keypress using twapi

I'd like to use twapi to detect a keypress (see below) but a call to "twapi::get_console_pending_input_count stdin" will return non-zero on either keypresses OR windows events (like lose focus). Unfortunatly the call to "twapi::console_read stdin" only returns keyboard events. So when my tclsh85 console app loses focus, my keyPressed function makes a call to console_read which then blocks because there has not been any keyboard activity.

How do I detect if the console input event was a keyboard event or some other event?
Is there a better way to implement a keyPressed function?