need help with game

BBFoto bbfoto2002 at
Wed Apr 2 23:28:04 CEST 2003

I copied your line and pasted it.  

File "<stdin>", line 1
    C:\Python22\Python.exe "c:/program

SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Double clicking on pysol_22.pyc  or any of the other .pyc files does



On Wed, 02 Apr 2003 19:38:18 GMT, Robin Munn <rmunn at> wrote:

>BBFoto <bbfoto2002 at> wrote:
>> I apologize for top posting.  I clicked on "Followup Usenet Message".
>> My mistake was unintentional.  I will try to find out more about it as
>> was suggested.  And as to why I tried to execute a .pyc file:  If I
>> knew what I was doing, then I would do it right.  I do appreciate all
>> attempts to help.
>> I did a search on the PySol directory.  Nowhere is there a file called
>> "".  There is a series of files in sequence named
>> "PySol_15.pyc"  "PySol_16.pyc"  "PySol_20..pyc"  "PySol_21.pyc" and
>> "PySol_22.pyc".
>> I tried to execute this line,
>> execfile('c:/program files/pysol/pysol-4.80/data/PySol_22.pyc') 
>> The path is correct.  After it failed I copied this error message from
>> the Dos screen:
>>   File "c:/program files/pysol/pysol-4.80/data/PySol_22.pyc", line 1
>>     -_
>>      ^
>> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
>OK, try this:
>C:\Python22\Python.exe "c:/program files/pysol/pysol-4.80/data/PySol_22.pyc"
>(Substitute your path to Python as appropriate for the Python.exe).
>If you get an error message about "global name 'win32_gethomedir' is not
>defined", that's because you somehow got the Linux version of PySol
>instead of the Windows version. If that's the case, go here:
>and download the PySol 4.81 for Windows installer. I just tried that one
>five minutes ago on my Windows box and it worked just fine; that should
>get you up and running.
>Robin Munn <rmunn at>
>PGP key ID: 0x6AFB6838    50FF 2478 CFFB 081A 8338  54F7 845D ACFD 6AFB 6838

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