davea at ieee.org
Fri May 8 02:32:48 CEST 2009
cripplemeal at gmail.com wrote:
> I am following this tutorial on python, and it has instructed me to
> download pygame. I am not sure it works with the new version of python
> I am using,
and what version would that be? What release, and what platform? print
sys.version and include the output in your next message.
> as the last version it states on the tutorial is 2.6.
> It is telling me the module
what module? Copy & paste the error message into your query, and you're
likely to get useful response. Also copy & paste the command you're
issuing to cause this error message.
> does not exist after I download,
Then your download manager is complaining about a missing module?
> and I
> even tried placing it in the python folder,
which "python folder". Be specific. Do you mean the folder that
contains Python.exe? And just what are you "placing" there?
> but it still came up with
> a problem.
A new problem? Be specific.
> Any way to fix it, or do I try something else?
Wild guess - maybe it's complaining about a missing SDL module. PyGame
is dependent on SDL, as far as I can tell.
Also, see http://www.pygame.org/download.shtml If you're on Windows,
PyGame has different versions for different versions of Python. This
page recommends Python 2.5.4. And there isn't a version for Python 3.0
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