aharrisreid at googlemail.com
Thu Dec 31 13:54:48 CET 2009
Marco Salden wrote:
> On Dec 30, 8:13 pm, Alan Harris-Reid <a... at baselinedata.co.uk> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> In my sys.path (interpreter only, no application loaded), I have the
>> following strange entries...
>> 'C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\python31.zip'. This file does not exist
>> anywhere (although python31.dll does exist in \windows\system32\), where
>> could it have come from?
>> 'C:\\program files\\python31\\lib\\plat-win'. There is no such
>> directory, although I can see that this has been added by the PYTHONPATH
>> varible in PyConfig.h (when is this loaded?)
>> Is there any way of removing these entries, or are they best left where
>> they are? (I am using Python 3.1 on WinXP)
>> Also, regarding PyConfig.h - is this read every time I start Python.exe?
>> Many thanks,
>> Alan Harris-Reid
> Hi Alan,
> Same for me: C:\Windows\system32\python25.zip is in the only non-"C:
> \Python25" directroy&file in my sys.path (under Python 2.5).
> No idea why it needs it. And also in my case the zip file isnt in that
> location anyway. So also not 3K only or so.
> But I have no issues with it (so far :-)), do you? Do you run into
> problems because of this in the path?
Hi Marco,thanks for the reply,
No, it doesn't cause any problems. I just thought it would be nice to
have a 'clean' path environment as possible.
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