Zlib problem on Windows XP??

Kevin Ollivier kevino at tulane.edu
Wed Jul 23 02:07:35 CEST 2003


I apologize, when I installed the OpenOffice Python support, I had to
add an environment variable pointing to the OOo modules. It turns out
that there was a zlib.dll in that location, so taking off the
environment variable fixed the problem (for the moment...).

Sorry about that!

Kevin

On Tue, 22 Jul 2003 23:16:06 +0200, Gerhard Häring <gh at ghaering.de>
wrote:

>Kevin Ollivier wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> When using the latest Python 2.2.x releases as well as the Python 2.3 
>> betas and rc1 on Win XP, I cannot import zlib. When I try, I get an 
>> error about the dynamic module not having an 'initzlib' symbol. The 
>> strange thing is that this problem seems to be XP-specific - on Windows 
>> 2K I do not get this error. I've installed Python 2.2.3 on two XP 
>> machines with the same results. I installed the latest beta on one of 
>> the machines, but the results were the same. (Haven't tried RC1 yet.) [...]
>
>I cannot confirm this. Windows XP Professional SP 1 (English):
>
>- Python 2.3b2 works
>- Python 2.3c1 works
>
>-- Gerhard





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