ANN: PyPE 2.8.7
josiah.carlson at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 17:38:37 CEST 2007
On Sep 26, 12:50 am, stef <s.mien... at id.umcn.nl> wrote:
> thebjorn wrote:
> > On Sep 25, 12:37 pm, stef <s.mien... at id.umcn.nl> wrote:
> >> Josiah Carlson wrote:
> >>> === What isPyPE? ===
> >>>PyPE(Python Programmers' Editor) was written in order to offer a
> >>> lightweight but powerful editor for those who think emacs is too much
> >>> and idle is too little. Syntax highlighting is included out of the box,
> >>> as is multiple open documents via tabs.
> >> sounds very good,
> >> so now I want to try it ...
> >> ... the windows ansi zip file is corrupted :-(
> >> ... the unicode version crashes :-(
> >> This is what the log file tells:
> >> Traceback (most recent call last):
> >> File "pype.py", line 110, in ?
> >> File "zipextimporter.pyc", line 78, in load_module
> >> File "configuration.pyc", line 149, in ?
> >> Exception: Unable to create config directory: 'G:\\.pype'
> >> I don't have a G-drive ;-)
> >> cheers,
> >> Stef Mientki
> > You must be doing it wrong.
> Of course ;-)
> but what am I doing wrong ?
> > Works flawlessly for me (no g: drive here
> > either) -- well, except that it doesn't have Emacs keybindings <wink>.
> > -- bjorn
We ended up emailing directly. His problems were related to less-than-
correct HOME, USERPROFILE, HOMEDRIVE, and/or HOMEPATH values.
When such things happen, users can either fix their profile paths, or
run PyPE with --standalone, which will force the profile path to be
the same path as the path that PyPE is running out of.
Also, the original PyPE 2.8.7 ansi upload was incomplete, which I
remedied shortly thereafter (and later replaced with PyPE 2.8.8).
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