Ah- yes, that works. Thanks
I should have prefaced the subject line with "New to Windows 7", but I'm guessing now that is obvious ;-)
You may need to right-click on the executable and say "run as administrator" - you probably find pywin32 prompted for authorization while the others didn't. bdist_wininst in python 2.6 has this fixed and pywin32 uses python 2.6 to build *all* binary installers via the --target-version and --skip-build options.On 5/11/2009 10:21 AM, Tony Cappellini wrote:
Did anyone else have problems running the installer on Windows 7?
The core Python and PythonWin installers worked, however, Psyco,
PythonCard and Py2exe all display "Could Not Create" in a dialog box,
which does not fully display the error message.
According to Control Panel, I am an administrator, but it seems as
though this works differently than on Windows XP.
I didn't see any place to change my privileges.