[Spambayes] Windows 2003 Server SP1 breaks Outlook Plugin?

Sean Covel seanecovel at comcast.net
Mon May 9 21:16:33 CEST 2005


Registration was successful.  It was before.  Its when it tried to run
inside Outlook that its crashing.

I added "import win32traceutil"
then "win32traceutil;print 'This is a test'" and saw the output in the
win32traceutil.py console.

Any other steps you can suggest?


Tony Meyer wrote:
> Apologies for the delay.
>>>  import win32api
>>>  import win32com
>>>  import win32con
>>>  import win32gui
>>>  import pythoncom
> [...]
>>No joy.  They all ran fine.  If all this is doing is 
>>registering the libraries, perhaps they need to be exorcised 
>>to crash.  Is there a validation suite for pywin32?  Some 
>>sort of test app for regression testing?
> Weird.  The Outlook plug-in doesn't really do much more than that before
> creating the log file.  You could try figuring out where in addin.py things
> are going wrong (e.g. adding print statements), I guess, although that could
> be quite time consuming.
> If you add a "win32traceutil;print 'this is a test'" statement to the very
> top of addin.py, does it then manage to print something out to the pywin32
> trace collector when you start the addin?
> =Tony.Meyer

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