ANN: Dive Into Python chapter 3 released
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Mon Feb 26 09:34:43 EST 2001
I tested the Mac files on my iMac before releasing them, and they appeared
to work. Perhaps they require Stuffit Expander 5?
This is not really a Python-related question, but what's the general
consensus on providing platform-specific archive formats? I know there is
unzip on most (all?) UN*X platforms, WinZip can handle tar/gzipped files,
and Mac Stuffit Expander (at least version 5) can handle pretty much
whatever you throw at it. I initially felt that it was friendlier to
provide separate archives for each platform, but perhaps it's more trouble
than it's worth?
You're smart; why haven't you learned Python yet?
"Riccardo Trocca" <rtrocca at libero.it> wrote in message
news:1epclmi.xa1xz81ny2o0sN%rtrocca at libero.it...
> I had the same problem with my macintosh.
> I dled the zip files and my mac couldn't expand them.
> But as soon as I expanded the same files (no further dl) under Linux
> everything worked.
> any hint?
> Wayne Izatt <wayne.izatt at _nospam_myself.com> wrote:
> > Sounds like you're downloading in ascii format (I'm not sure what ftp
> > you're using). Specifying binary might help.
> > cheers
> > "Enrique" <ecastro at cicei.ulpgc.es> wrote in message
> > news:3A969F67.D5FA9EC4 at cicei.ulpgc.es...
> > > hi,
> > > I have downloaded all *.zip files (in any format), but no one
> > correctly.
> > > They die due to a CRC error
> > > Where is the error?
> > >
> > > nospam at diveintopython.org wrote:
> > >
> > > > "Dive Into Python" (http://diveintopython.org/) is a free Python
> > tutorial for
> > > > experienced programmers. You can read the book online or download
> > a
> > > > variety of formats.
> > > >
> > >
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