ANN: PyGUI 1.7.2-1
greg at cosc.canterbury.ac.nz
Tue Jun 13 06:59:32 CEST 2006
hale at tulane.edu wrote:
> if I try to run blobedit.py in the IDLE ide ...
> the path is equal to "8833" for some
I believe that IDLE sets up some kind of debugging
connection to its child process. That number might
be a processs ID or port number or something related
> I tried to hunt down where the problem occurs, but I was led
> to the method "application_openFile_(self, ns_app, path)" in the
> class _PyGui_NSApplication. I couldn't find out how this method
> ever got called though.
It's called by the Cocoa framework to handle files
passed to the application from the Finder. It also
seems to get called when there are command-line
arguments. But it works on the C-level argv, which
means it can pick up stuff that doesn't normally
end up in sys.argv. The check for sys.argv
is there to work around one of the side effects of
that. It appears that you've encountered another
I'm using a different method of dealing with
this now, which will probably fix your problem as
well. I've attached a replacement for
GUI/Cocoa/Applications.py. Let me know if it
works for you.
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