ny_r_marquez at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 1 14:58:26 CET 2004
The bug you are experiencing has been posted already in the "Python
for Windows Extensions" since 2003-08-08. See:
Also, a workaround was posted by another user on 2003-09-10. See:
Why this has not been fixed yet is a good question.
"Colin J. Williams" <cjw at sympatico.ca> wrote in message news:<z5GIb.10324$Vl6.2031681 at news20.bellglobal.com>...
> PythonWin has been my favourite IDE for quite a while.
> When one right clicks on a .py file in the Windows Explorer, among the
> options are Open and Edit. The former is the default and executes
> Python, with the selected script. The latter activates the PythonWin
> editor, with the selected script.
> Since, most frequently, I wish to edit the script, or execute it with
> the debugger, I tried changing the default to Edit, using the Edit File
> Type menu.
> Unfortunately, this leads to a couple of problems:
> 1. Any activity becomes horrendously slow, and
> 2. The following message appears:
> LoadBarState failed - LoadBarState failed (with win32 exception!)
> Does anyone have a workaround suggestion?
> Colin W.
More information about the Python-list