python 2.3.1 issues DeprecationWarning for FCNTL when importing tempfile
mwh at python.net
Fri Oct 3 18:35:35 CEST 2003
Pierre Rouleau <prouleau at impathnetworks.com> writes:
> >>Whenever a file imports the standard tempfile module, Python 2.3.1
> >>issues the following warning:
> >>C:\Python23\lib\fcntl.py:7: DeprecationWarning: the FCNTL module is
> >>Deprecated; please use fcntl DeprecationWarning).
> >>A quick look into tempfile.py show that it does import fcnt. Python
> >>2.3 tempfile documentation says that it was changed. Was the use of
> >>fcntl() forgotten? Is this a bug?
> > Do you have the environment variable PYTHONCASEOK set? You probably
> > don't want to...
> No, PYTHONCASEOK is not set.
> I get the problem with right away in the python shell:
> Python 2.3.1 (#47, Sep 23 2003, 23:47:32) [MSC v.1200 32 bit (Intel)]
> on win32
> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
> >>> import tempfile
> c:\python23\lib\fcntl.py:7: DeprecationWarning: the FCNTL module is
This is a bit bizarre; the file is really called FCNTL.py, right?
> I did not edit any of the files in the Python library. It does the
> same on WinNT and Win2000 but i also tried it on a XP machine and the
> problem is not on the XP machine. But the source is the same on the
> XP machine (the FCNTL.py and tempfile.py) and the NT and 2000 machines.
> I am starting to wonder if the problem is caused by a package that was
> installed on one set of machines and not the other.
Could be. I've reached the outer edge of my windows knowledge (not
very far, you'll notice), so I hope another reader can get you
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