Leo problems ...

Bernhard Mulder bwm at acm.org
Tue Nov 25 01:38:23 CET 2003


1. Look at the installation directory for src\leo.py. Use a DOS box to 
start the python interpreter (for the regular install it is 
c:\python23\python.exe) with leo.py as the first argument. If LEO
does not come up, you should have a stack trace which should help
identify the source of your problem.

The install starts pythonw.exe if you double click an icon. This does 
not open a DOS window. Not sure if the traceback just disappears, or how 
to get a hold of it in this case.

2. Most LEO problems are reported in (the general) discussion forums of 
leo.sourceforge.net. For error reports, the author is normally quite 
responsive.

Jeff Wagner wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I tried to send this message to the author of Leo and kept getting a ChoiceMail message telling me
> that I had to reply to that message to get my message read. I did that four times but it doesn't
> seem to be working (I keep getting the same stupid message from ChoiceMail). Therefore, I will post
> my question here in hopes that someone may have an answer.
> 
> I just installed Leo on my WinXP Pro machine to try it out and it won't run. I first tried the
> latest version 4.1b2 then tried 4.04. It installs ok but when I try to run it using the Icon (doulbe
> click on icon link), I get the hour-glass icon then it goes away ... like nothing happened.
>  
> I have ActiveState Python2.3 installed. Any idea why this program won't come up?
> 
> Thanks





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