IDLE & Win 95

John Q. Public at home.com
Wed May 31 04:27:33 CEST 2000


FWIW,

You may want to try running IDLE from the command line:
        ..\..\python idle.py

You are probably missing some rather important error messages.  IDLE just
started behaving that way for me and I discovered that it didn't think tcl/tk
was installed correctly (which was odd since it worked just fine the day
before).

Jonathan Polley
jwpolley at home.com

garyt wrote:

> Hi,
>
> From the readme
>
> "An older version of IDLE is distributed
> with Python 1.5.2"
>
> In any case I can't get either IDLE to work. Perhaps I should
> just start again from scratch. I just wondered if there were any
> steps that I'd missed.
>
> Thanks for taking the time to respond.
>
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