Weird invisible arguments issues with Windows
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Thu Jan 29 18:12:41 CET 2009
> I've installed Python 2.6.1 (AMD64) under Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit.
> First off, it didn't register the extension for .PY (although it did register
> After manually associating the .PY extension with the python.exe executable, I
> am now getting some weirdness on the command line. When I run the following
> script, saved as "build.py", by simply entering "build.py -r -d" on the
> command line, it produces the output "1":
> import sys
> if __name__ == "__main__":
> print len(sys.argv)
> It doesn't see the additional arguments for some reason. However, if I
> execute the script by prefixing it (i.e., "python build.py -r -d"), I get an
> output of "3", meaning it sees the additional arguments.
> Has anybody else run into this issue? And perhaps (hopefully) solved it?
You might want to check that:
Python.File="C:\Python26\python.exe" "%1" %*
(or something similar).
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