> > > ...
> > > If Launch.py is not the spot
> > > then where?
> > No, it's definatelly Launch.py that has to know about the webware
> > directory. Do you get any specific error messages?
> > The only thing that comes to my mind is that you probably forgot to run
> > "python install.py" in your new webware install directory.
> > Stephan
> Oh, I definetly did not do that. I want to be able to switch back and
> forth and since I'm just learning, the les variables the better. At
> this stage if something doesn't work, I can never be sure if it's my
> error or the programs. So sticking with the most stable version seems
> prudent. However, sometimes it may be a bug and it may be fixed in the
> cvs version. If I run install,py from the new (cvs) directory, won't I
> taint my original install. Perhaps the whole line of thinking is wrong
> and I should just run the cvs.
Hmm, maybe the name "install" is a little misleading. As far as I can see, it
some docs and sets a default password. It doesn't install any packages with
the interpreter. Basicly, every one of your Webware installations is self
contained and you can have as many in parallel as you want.
The CVS version is quite stable and everybody seems to run that instead of
the last official release.