Attn: Brian Lenihan - do you have a web site where I can d/l your patch for Pysol or....
ask.for.it at dev.null.com
Wed Oct 9 06:19:28 CEST 2002
On 8 Oct 2002 11:55:33 -0700, brian_l at yahoo.com (Brian Lenihan) wrote:
>Well, I could mail it to you, but your e-mail address does not look like
>it would work.
(Ever since AT&T ate @Home and forced an email name change, it's been
bliss - no spam. Not posting my email address on Usenet helps. :-)
Hot damn, it works - THANK YOU!!!
(If I may be so bold as to suggest a couple of changes to your Readme
1) After applying the patch in Cygwin, you have to move the patched
contents of the "src" directory into (supposing you've used the paths
supplied by pysol-4.81.tar.bz2) the "pysol-4.81\data" directory in
order for pysol to find its files
2) You can manually install the sound server by copying the
pre-compiled dll's in "pysolsoundserver-win32\src\build\lib.win32-2.2"
to "<path_to_python>\Lib\site-packages" - no need to run setup.py
3) In order to hear music and avoid "pysolsoundserver not found"
errors, check "Use DirectX for sound playing" under the "Options |
(And - how much would it be worth to you to come up with a precompiled
[*.pyc] version of the whole thing for Win32, your patch already
incorporated, including the sound server binaries?)
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