What's Going on between Python and win7?

Lie Ryan lie.1296 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 02:12:12 CET 2010


On 02/23/10 05:30, W. eWatson wrote:
> On 2/22/2010 8:29 AM, Grant Edwards wrote:
>> On 2010-02-22, W. eWatson<wolftracks at invalid.com>  wrote:
>>
>>> Last night I copied a program from folder A to folder B.
>>
>> [tail of various windows breakages elided]
>>
>>> Comments?
>>
>> Switch to Linux?
>>
>> Or at least install Cygwin?
>>
> Yes, definitely not related, but maybe some W7 user has a similar
> experience here. It seems a natural place to look, since it should be
> reasonably common.

IMHO that doesn't justify.

The advice to move the discussion to a windows-specific group is not
just about reducing off-topic discussion[1], but because there isn't
that much Windows (Seven) users in this newsgroup. Most comp.lang.python
users either uses linux, unix, macs, or older version of windows, and
are not familiar with the specifics of Windows 7.

It would be nice though, if you reposted the solution you found from
another forum here to benefit other python Windows 7 users.

[1] pretty much anything computer-related is not entirely off-topic in
c.l.py because of the wide range of situations people uses python in
(I've seen general algorithmic questions, text-editor wars, problems
with 3rd party module, jython/ironpython internals, etc discussed in
here; many of those gets quite welcomed even though technically off-topic)



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