Installing WebDAV server

Fokke Nauta fnautaNO at SPAMsolfon.nl
Fri Sep 2 14:04:55 CEST 2011


"Dennis Lee Bieber" <wlfraed at ix.netcom.com> wrote in message 
news:mailman.622.1314812583.27778.python-list at python.org...
> On Wed, 31 Aug 2011 11:27:36 +0200, "Fokke Nauta"
> <fnautaNO at SPAMsolfon.nl> declaimed the following in
> gmane.comp.python.general:
>
>>
>> Ofcourse I realized it was Unix/Linux. I already could tell that as the
>> packages I downloaded were tar.gz files.
>> So I unpacked them and expected to run a Python installer script from the
>> Python command line.
>> Hence my question "How do I do that", but perhaps I did not make myself
>> clear enough.
>>
> NO Python package installer runs "from the Python command line" (ie;
> from a Python interactive session prompt).
>
> Typically you run them from the OS command interpreter. If the
> installer is a .py file and the associations are correct, the Python
> interpreter will be started to process the installer script. If the
> associations aren't set, you may have to enter
>
> python installer.py
>
> at the system prompt instead of
>
> installer.py
>
>> Tried to run the Python installer script from the DOS command line but 
>> that
>> resulted in an error.
>>
> Okay -- so what was the error?
> -- 

Sorry - I didn't come back on your question. In the mean time I forgot what 
the error message was.
But I installed it the way Paul Kölle mentioned:

"You dont install from "Python GUI", use normal cmd, navigate to the
folder you downloaded PyXML and PyWebDAV and run "python setup.py
install" (python.exe has to be in your PATH)."

Fokke





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