[Tutor] ctypes question
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Tue Mar 8 13:23:20 CET 2011
I found this on stackoverflow*)
os.environ['PATH'] = os.path.dirname(__file__) + ';' + os.environ['PATH']
It extends the directory list of the environment variable 'path'.
Now at least I've loaded the dll, but I still need to read up on ctypes an file
Any good pointers (no pun intended ;-) are welcome!
All right, but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public
order, irrigation, roads, a fresh water system, and public health, what have the
Romans ever done for us?
From: Joel Goldstick <joel.goldstick at gmail.com>
To: tutor at python.org
Sent: Tue, March 8, 2011 12:14:45 PM
Subject: Re: [Tutor] ctypes question
On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 4:09 AM, ALAN GAULD <alan.gauld at btinternet.com> wrote:
> When I use os.chdir (by the way: why on earth isn't this called os.setcwd()??
>> That's consistent with os.getcwd())
>They are Unix commands (and possibly Multics/PDP before that!).
>cd has been the command in almost every CLI OS I've ever used from
>CP/M thru' OS/9, Unix, DOS, etc...
>The only exceptions being VAX/VMS(uses 'set def') and OS/390 on
>a mainframe which doesn't use a directory based file system.
>That doesn't mean Python shouldn't adopt a more consistent naming
>scheme it's just that the folks building it simply transferred the names
>of the commands that they were familiar with. Its a self perpetuating
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I'm glad to see you got the result you wanted. But, by moving your current
working directory to the library's directory seems like it could cause other
problems with the code. I don't do python on windows, and have unremembered a
lot I used to know about windows. So, my question is, isn't there another way
to do this?
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