Pythonwin (win32all build 148) on Python 2.2.1 on Win2K, bogus syntax e
A. Dimsdale Fetus A. Moser
fetus at AUTO
Thu Sep 26 22:00:24 CEST 2002
"Neil Hodgson" <nhodgson at bigpond.net.au> writes:
>Aaron Dimsdale and Alex Moser:
>> Pythonwin barfed on the quote marks marked by carets, returning: "Failed
>to run script -
>> syntax error - invalid syntax".
> Try turning on View | End-of-line markers to see if you have non-standard
>line endings such as pure carriage returns, which cause just this sort of
>error. On Windows, you want line endings to be carriage return + line feed.
Well, I did that, and that seems to be the problem. Is there a Pythonwin
setting I can set to make it do standard line endings? Every line except for
whitespace lines seems to end in just a carriage return. How do I fix this?
--Aaron L. Dimsdale
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