interactive terminal in Ubuntu Linux : libreadline5-dev works only in Python 2.6 not 3.1
casevh at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 07:41:43 CET 2010
On Jan 12, 9:03 pm, Dave WB3DWE wrote:
> On Sun, 10 Jan 2010 22:08:20 -0800 (PST), casevh <cas... at gmail.com>
> >On Jan 10, 8:16 pm, Dave WB3DWE wrote:
> >> On Sat, 9 Jan 2010 16:48:52 -0800 (PST), casevh <cas... at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> >On Jan 9, 3:10 pm, pdlem... at earthlink.net wrote:
> >> >> On Sat, 9 Jan 2010 13:27:07 -0800 (PST), casevh <cas... at gmail.com>
> >> >> wrote:
> >Are you sure you are using the new version of python3.1 (the one
> >located in /usr/local/bin/)?
> >What is the result of "which python3.1"?
> >What happens if you run "/usr/local/bin/python3.1"?
> You're correct : there are now two versions of Python 3 on my machine.
> Two weeks ago when I installed the Python-3.1.1 from the tarball somehow
> it got called up with "python3" . Thats what I've continued to run and
> now has all the errors.
> in my usr/local/bin are
> 2to3 idle3 pydoc3 python3 python3.1 python3.1-config and,
> in light blue, python3-config
> Running " python3.1 " solves _most_ of the problems :
> It imports the random & time modules and runs most of my modules in
> the pycode dir.
> The libreadline5-dev works fine and all my issues with the keys are
> gone. I'm astonished.
> However now my modules that import msvcrt will not run. I use this
> for single char keyboard input. Trying to import msvcrt yields
> InputError : No module named msvcrt
> I believe a module using this ran before recompilation. Furthermore I
> can find msvcrtmodule.c in /home/dave/python31/Python-3.1.1/PC
> and msvcrt.rst in /home/dave/python31/Python-3.1.1/Doc/library
> I use this a lot. Suppose I should now learn curses module.
> Thanks for everything Dave WB3DWE pdlem... at earthlink.net- Hide quoted text -
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msvcrt provides support for the MicroSoft Visual C RunTime so it won't
run on Ubuntu.
The files that you see are the source code and documentation but the
source code is only compiled on Windows.
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