Windows Scripting Host Python Engine not registered/installed??
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Sat Nov 24 23:33:41 CET 2001
Open the file
with Internet Explorer, it offers a link to the regitration script
You can just start the script right away, but the above page immediately
tells you whether Python Active Scripting works.
After that procedure, .pys files should run directly in WSH using Python
language (like .vbs runs VB script).
"Michael Kelly" <mkelly2002NOSPAM at earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:1drvvtc91jnbmfoqpn2qdrg37km6ggk9sl at 4ax.com...
> Hi. I'm trying out the Windows Scripting Host and even though
> PyScript.py runs with no error any python scripting attempt reports
> that it cannot find the Python engine. Also in all the demo IE pages
> with scripts the Python scripted portions don't work while the VB
> script ones do. I think they changed around the subdirectory
> structure as some of the docs say win32com folder when the stuff is in
> win32comext folder.
> Anyway, WScript.exe seems to work since any text file with
> a .vbs extention will invoke it such as a file with .vbs extention
> and the single line:
> WScript.Echo("Hello World")
> pops up a message box.
> Anyone have a tip? I'm a bit bewildered as it seems this
> should be an easy one.
> "I don't want to belong to any club that would have me as a member."
> -- Groucho Marx
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