Using python as client-side scripting language in IE 6
john at reachin.se
Fri Jan 23 11:47:28 CET 2004
Yes I have this working. Do this at your own risk:
Add the following to pyscript.py after the AXNotRExec class definition
(around line 89):
AXRExec = AXNotRExec
Then register with
python pyscript_rexec.py --debug
^^^^^^ (must be the rexec version).
You may have to unregister any other versions first:
python pyscript.py --unregister
Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message news:<3FE86415.DA6FFEBC at engcorp.com>...
> John Roth wrote:
> > "popov" <google at evpopov.com> wrote:
> > > I ran win32comext\axscript\client\pyscript.py and pyscript_rexec.py to
> > > register python as a scripting engine. No errors from those scripts.
> > >
> > > As I understand it and from what I have read in this forum and
> > > elsewhere, it should work, but it doesn't: what am I doing wrong ?
> > I doubt if it will work for a while. It doesn't work on my system
> > either, and a quick check of the pyscript_rexec.py module says
> > that it will enable Rexec support. Rexec support was removed from
> > base Python in release 2.2.3 and later, so I doubt if this is ever
> > going to work until ActiveState (or Mark Hammond) changes the
> > base code to use Exec instead of RExec.
> I was just trying this myself and had the same lack of results.
> I note however that while pyscript_rexec.py uses the Rexec support
> and might not work for reasons John describes, pyscript.py claims not
> to do that, and seems to be supposed to work. Yet it doesn't....
> Anyone tried this lately with success?
> For the record, I was trying on a vanilla Win98 machine with Py126.96.36.199
> and the latest win32all as well. (The relevant test scripts execute
> okay, showing that the issue is with IE alone, not with the basic
> capability that allows ActiveX script hosting with Python.)
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