Syntax error after upgrading to Python 2.4

frr at easyjob.net frr at easyjob.net
Fri Aug 5 18:54:22 CEST 2005


Hi,

After upgrading to 2.4 (from 2.3), I'm getting a weird syntax error:

>>> import themes
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<interactive input>", line 1, in ?
  File "themes.py", line 564
    font = self.font.makeBlackAndWhite(),
                          additive = self.additive,
                                         ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

The relevant code is:

    def makeBlackAndWhite( self ):

        return CharStyle( names = self.names,
                          basedOn = self.basedOn.makeBlackAndWhite(),
                          font = self.font.makeBlackAndWhite(),
                          additive = self.additive,
                          prefixText = self.prefixText )

This is a method in the CharStyle class which returns a new modified
instance of CharStyle.

I'm using Windows XP and Python 2.4.1

Any ideas? O:-)




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