Pylab Fails with Runtime Error on Win XP Under Python 2.4

W. eWatson notvalid2 at sbcglobal.net
Wed Oct 15 06:34:58 CEST 2008


Gabriel Genellina wrote:
> En Sun, 12 Oct 2008 23:45:15 -0300, W. eWatson <notvalid2 at sbcglobal.net> 
> escribió:
> 
>> The meat of the matter is the Fatal error msg I copied below. To me it 
>> indicates a serious error. Maybe some developer can sort it out.
>>
>>  From above post.
>> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>> Ah, a tiny break through. I got
>> C:\Python24\python myprogram.py aprog.py. I copied the program to this 
>> folder.
>>
>> I don't seem to be able to copy the window, so I see pretty much what 
>> I had before from a dialog that popped up, except it adds:
>>
>> Fatal Python error: Pystring_InterInPlace: strings only please! <-Meat!
>>
>> The rest is about the run time error [, and of zippo help].
>>
>> This (Pystring) seems quite relevant, but I have no idea what.
>> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> 
> Python 2.4 is almost four years old now, and unmaintained. Chances are 
> the bug is already fixed. With 2.6 already released (and 3.0 soon to be) 
> I think it's highly improbable any developer will show interest in this 
> - in any case, almost noone will notice unless you file a bug at 
> bugs.python.org
> 
Thanks. You're probably right. I'm sort of stuck with this (2.4.4). The 
supplier of the s/w I am working on distributed it under 2.4. There are a 
number of people who are using the program, and aren't python savvy. The 
supplier has moved to 2.5. I'm trying to provide a program that will run for 
them, and probably 2.5. I find it odd though that this simple program on 
the matplotlab never got checked by someone. I suppose it's possible.

I'm giving this one more try (a new post shortly). If not, I'm dragging 
everyone up to 2.5.

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