Am 03.05.2012, 20:32 Uhr, schrieb Thomas Smith <TSmith@...>:
> Hi Charlie,
> Thanks for getting back to me. Do you know where exactly I need to
> install twill for this to work? Or if there is a certain command I now
> need to run. I am still getting the same warning.
it's always a good to reply to this list as well.
On un*x systems it's pretty easy to install additional Python libraries
using "pip" - the Python installer. The same is generally possible on
Windows if a bit more of a challenge as the command line works differently.
In your Python installation you should have a folder called "Scripts" say,
c:\python\scripts and this should contain "pip"
Either you type this out in full or add this and the path to the
Python.exe to your environmental variables. Installing is then simply a
question of typing c:\python\scripts\pip install -U <library name>. The
"-U" will update the library to the latest version if it's already
installed. Note, this approach doesn't work for all libraries including
linkchecker because it needs additional files and also needs to compile
them, which is difficult on Windows as it doesn't come with a compiler.
I noticed this bug myself the other day. I hope it will be fixed in the
next release by including the dependency in the installer.
Hope this helps
Clark Consulting & Research