stopping the sound server in PySol code -- how?

Robert Kern rkern at ucsd.edu
Sat Nov 20 17:24:28 CET 2004


Lynn wrote:
> Lynn wrote:
> 
> 
>>Robert Kern wrote:
> 
> 
>>It is via an RPM.  I think it's the one that came with SuSE 9.1.  It
>>installed pysolsoundserver.so.  I renamed that file to see if not finding
>>it would be enough.  But the script failed because it couldn't find it.
>>
>>I will try uninstalling the rpm and getting the PySol source.
>>
> 
> 
> Nope. If I run from the src (grabbed frm www.pysol.org)  I get this stack
> trace:
>  File "pysol.py", line 47, in ?
>     from main import main
>   File "/data/apps/pysol-4.82/src/main.py", line 48, in ?
>     from app import Application
>   File "/data/apps/pysol-4.82/src/app.py", line 54, in ?
>     from images import Images, SubsampledImages
>   File "/data/apps/pysol-4.82/src/images.py", line 47, in ?
>     from pysoltk import tkversion, loadImage, copyImage, createImage
>   File "/data/apps/pysol-4.82/src/pysoltk.py", line 81, in ?
>     exec "from " + m + " import *"
>   File "<string>", line 1, in ?
>   File "/data/apps/pysol-4.82/src/tk/soundoptionsdialog.py", line 44, in ?
>     from pysolaudio import pysolsoundserver
>   File "/data/apps/pysol-4.82/src/pysolaudio.py", line 44, in ?
>     import pysolsoundserver
> ImportError: No module named pysolsoundserver
> 
> If I strip out every instance of importing that module, it eventually dies
> with a tk box alerting me thatg the global pysolsoundserver is not defined.
> 
> I'm farther along than I've ever been though. :)

My version has

try:
     from Pysol import pysolsoundserver
except ImportError:
     pysolsoundserver = None

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Robert Kern
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