Getting .NET SDK to work with Python 2.4.2

Kevin F neurogasm at gmail.com
Sun Mar 19 00:17:47 CET 2006


okay, i am new to python and realize that indentation is important. i 
have tried to put everything in their respective indentations but it 
still doesn't work, can someone try to fix this?

from poplib import *

server = POP3("mail.bluebottle.com")
print server.getwelcome()
print server.user("neurogasm at bluebottle.com")
print server.pass_("xxxxxxxx")

messagesInfo = server.list()[1]
numMessages = len(messagesInfo)

print numMessages

  emails = []
  for msg in messagesInfo:
   msgNum = int(split(msg, " ")[0]
   msgSize = int(split(msg, " ")[1]
   if(msgSize < 20000):
    message = server.retr(msgNum)[1]
    message = join(message, "\n")
    emails.append(message)


Kevin F wrote:
> Dave wrote:
>> I searched the usenet and some mail archives and tried various
>> techniques, but I can't seem to get the .NET 2.0 SDK to work with
>> python. I'm a total newbie when it comes to python installs. I
>> downloaded the .NET 2.0 SDK and I have python 2.4.2 and im trying to
>> install zope. So i go to the cmd and go to the directory and type
>> "python setup.py build" (Will have to install after) and it comes up
>> with this(after everything else runs smoothly):
>> running build_ext
>> error: The .NET SDK needs to be installed before building extensions
>> for python.
>>
>> I set the .net2.0 directory in windows enviromental PATH and added a
>> key to registry in:
>> HKEY_{LOCAL_MACHINE}\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\FrameworkSDKDir
>> to the path of it. It still doesn't recongnize it and I don't know why.
>>
> 
> okay, i am new to python and realize that indentation is important. i 
> have tried to put everything in their respective indentations but it 
> still doesn't work, can someone try to fix this?
> 
> from poplib import *
> 
> server = POP3("mail.bluebottle.com")
> print server.getwelcome()
> print server.user("neurogasm at bluebottle.com")
> print server.pass_("hahaha")
> 
> messagesInfo = server.list()[1]
> numMessages = len(messagesInfo)
> 
> print numMessages
> 
>  emails = []
>  for msg in messagesInfo:
>   msgNum = int(split(msg, " ")[0]
>   msgSize = int(split(msg, " ")[1]
>   if(msgSize < 20000):
>    message = server.retr(msgNum)[1]
>    message = join(message, "\n")
>    emails.append(message)



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