[Python-Dev] What is "installed"?, RE: [Python-Dev] What is
"installed"?, Re: [Python-Dev] What is "installed"?
Wed, 16 Jul 2003 13:14:32 -0400
Thanks to Mark, Tim, and Thomas for the valuable hints.
Unfortunately, Leo seems to require something else. I guess I'm gonna
download a regular installation now :(.
"Mark Hammond" <email@example.com> writes:
> I generally setup the registry, by adding an "InstallPath" key. Most
> extensions then work correctly, including distutils. Now that we have the
> "_winreg" module, we should include a simple script you can run to setup
> everything you need.
> FYI, all you should need is:
> * "pydir" is the path to main Python directory - ie, parent of "PCBuild",
> "Modules" etc
> * The "2.3" is actually available in sys.winver
> * The "PythonPath" entry is generally not needed, except in embedding
> situations where the Python DLL isn't in the main Python build directory.
"Tim Peters" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Another possibility is to use the native Windows facilities for fiddling the
> registry. For example, edit the attached .reg file to taste, then
> right-click on it in Explorer and select Merge from the context menu. Or
> you can just double-click its icon.
Thomas Heller <email@example.com> writes:
> Does this help?