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Discussion in 'Support' started by fpefpe, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. fpefpe

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    Hello -- I have active state python installed in the folder c:\python32 and it it my path -- I turned on python support an tried to run foo.py -- tcc errored, and noted that it could not load the interpreter -- what dll is it looking for?
     
  2. rconn

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    TCC looks for (in this order):

    python31.dll
    python27.dll
    python26.dll
    python25.dll

    What version are you running?
     
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  4. fpefpe

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    Yes, that is correct -- and the python installer deposited the python dll in windows system directory and (I am not using that computer now to reply) but I think the dll is named python32.dll
     
  5. fpefpe

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    FYI ... python.org noted that version 3.3 was just puiblished
     
  6. fpefpe

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    I sent an email to active state asking for a link to the 3.1 version and this is there reply --

    ActivePython 3.1 is already considered EOL in the Community Edition of ActivePython.

    So that I can better assist you, I need to know more about your project
    requirements etc.
     

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