fletcher at worldnet.att.net
Sat Mar 13 04:19:15 CET 2004
Actually, I have the .pyd file (which I understand is basically a dll file)
and placed it in the DLL directory in the PYTHON23 directory. In the
interactive window I type "import calldll" and I get an error (ImportError:
DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found) I shoudn't if
the dll is installed correctly.....right?
"midtoad" <stewart at midtoad.homelinux.org> wrote in message
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> elizabeth fletcher wrote:
> > Want to use Sam Rushing's calldll Python Module on a windows box. I
> > understand how to install it. I have several books that do not detail
> > steps in installing a 3rd party module in Windows. Anybody want to
> > me life preserver?
> the installation process depends on whether you have source code or
> If it's source code, usually you unzip a package, then look for a file
> called setup.py and run:
> python setup.py build (this step may not be required)
> and then
> python setup.py install
> Your module will go into PYTHONDIR / lib/site-packages/MODULE_NAME.
> if it's a binary dll file that you have, you just copy it into the
> folllowing directory:
> PYTHONDIR / DLLs.
> At least that's the general approach for Python2.3.
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