[Tutor] script conversion windows -> linux error
ranceh at gmail.com
Fri Mar 25 19:26:39 CET 2011
I wrote a script on a windows box for python 3.1 after a meeting with
the client for this project we agreed to port it to Linux so that I
could make use of enscript and ps2pdf to email customers documents
right from the script.
Client uses a Centos server so I did some reading and installed python
3.2 in its own directory with a shortcut link named python3. Parallel
instances of python seem to be fine.
I fixed the standard line feed issues and am getting interpreter
errors that I don't understand.
I am making use of the config module to store some database
I have this line in my code:
config_version = config.get('versions','configver',0)
This line fails under 3.2 Linux with the error message:
TypeError: get() takes exactly 3 positional arguments (4 given)
What could the 4th argument be? I only see three.
This same code worked on python 3.1 under windows.
What am I missing?
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