Python2.0 rpm's don't have IDLE?
someone at microsoft.com
Tue Mar 20 18:24:43 CET 2001
I had the same problem. What I did was get Python 2.0 as a tarball and
install it that way. Even though IDLE doesn't install, it is still in the
"Tools" subdirectory. I just copied the entire Tools folder to
/user/local/lib/python and changed the shell script "idle" in /usr/bin to
the new path of "idle.py".
This worked for me on Redhat 6.1
"Martin Brown" <mjbjr at best.com> wrote in message
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> I've downloaded and installed the 3 Python2.0 rpm's retrieved:
> I've checked the installation directories, but there doesn't seem to be a
> copy of IDLE. The web site says IDLE 0.6 is included in Python2.0. Also,
> as a separate package, apparently, only version 0.5 is available.
> Suggestions on how to get version 0.6 of IDLE into my Python2.0
> installation greatly appreciated.
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