python crash on windows but not on linux
davea at ieee.org
Fri Feb 12 14:06:07 CET 2010
> On Feb 12, 3:41 am, a... at pythoncraft.com (Aahz) wrote:
>> In article <34fcf680-1aa4-4835-9eba-3db3249f3... at q16g2000yqq.googlegroups.com>,
>> hjebbers <hjebb... at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> the error is a windows thing, I can make a screenshot of it, but I can
>>> not copy/paste text.
>> In that case, you need to -- very carefully -- make sure you transcribe
>> exactly the message that you see on the screen.
>> Aahz (a... at pythoncraft.com) <*> http://www.pythoncraft.com/
>> "At Resolver we've found it useful to short-circuit any doubt and just
>> refer to comments in code as 'lies'. :-)"
> The message on the screen is (I typed it over):
You shouldn't ever have to retype the message. Just paste from the DOS
box (or "Command Prompt"). It's easy using QuickEdit mode.
You select a rectangle of the text by selecting with the mouse, then
using right-click to put it in the clipboard.
If that doesn't work, you haven't yet enabled QuickEdit mode. Use
right-click on the DOS box's title bar. Choose Properties. Select the
first tab, which is Options.
You should then see a selection box called "Quick Edit Mode". Turn it
on, and you won't have this problem again.
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