#1 pwm + w2k

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2001-02-28
2001-02-28
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hello and thanks much,
as a newbie to python, i am stumped with a simple
issue.
i am having some kind of path issue.
i followed the instructions on page
http://pmw.sourceforge.net/doc/starting.html
concerning windows2000.
i am an idiot so perhaps you could be more specific.
after i expand Pmw.0.8.5.tar.gz i get DO NOT get a dir
called pwm but i do get
C:\Downloads\python\Pmw.0.8.5.tar.
two subdirs down i do have a dir called Pmw.
my python is at c:\python20\ please perhaps you could state what files to where or
some kind of detailed help.

thanks so much,
dave

Discussion

  • Greg McFarlane
    Greg McFarlane
    2001-03-01

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    Dave,

    I don't have access to any Microsoft operating systems
    so I can't give you very detailed answers. You say you
    have a tar file? If so, you need to untar it. Do you
    have a program called something like "tar". If so, you
    will need to run "tar -xf C:\Downloads\python\Pmw.0.8.5.tar"
    You should do this in a directory that is on your python
    path. One way to find your python path is to start python
    and run:
    import sys
    print sys.path

    Hope this helps.

    Greg