[New-bugs-announce] [issue2708] IDLE subprocess error
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Mon Apr 28 16:10:41 CEST 2008
New submission from Kristian Lauridsen <diablos_pitbull at hotmail.com>:
I'w been looking for an answer to this.
If I use IDLE for som "just fore fun" programming and then exit, I have
to "kill" IDLE, dispite theres nothin "running" persay, then when i
start IDLE again I get too error messages popping up:
1: Socket Error: Connection refused
2: IDLE's subprocess didn't make connection. Either IDLE can't start a
subprocess or personal firewall is blocking the connection.
The code written in IDLE that triggers the problem can be something
>>> a = 'hello world'
>>> print a
I have to reboot to get past the error.
I'm only getting the error when running vista and xp theres no problom
in any of the other systems i'v tried (mainly linux)
I should mention that the error dosn't come every time I "kill" IDLE, I
would say about every 3rd run, or there about.
I'v tried removeing/killing windows owen firewall and then running IDLE
but with the same result.
Like I said, i been look around fore a "fix" fore this but havent found
If I have made a "double post" please let me know and remove this
title: IDLE subprocess error
versions: Python 2.5
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