ActivePython and WSH problem
MarkH at ActiveState.com
Thu Jun 7 19:19:41 EDT 2001
> However, on running it, the following error is displayed "...pytest.wsf(6,
> 14) Windows
> Script Host: The value for the attribute is not valid : language".
> I've seen it claimed on the net that this should work, so I suspect my
> ActivePython install didn't register something as a script engine for
> Windows Scripting Host, or I'm doing something stupid. Any ideas?
Almost certainly a problem with ActivePython (that will be fixed next
Go to a command-prompt, change to the win32comext\axscript\client
directory, and execute the following commands:
python pyscript.py --unregister
And all should be fine.
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