Problem adding altinstalled python3.2

Anonymous
2011-12-21
2013-03-15
  • Anonymous - 2011-12-21

    Hi,
    Using opensuse 12.1 with eclipse 3.7.1 and pydev 2.3.0 I can add /usr/bin/python3.2 (the system supplied package) as an interpreter with no problems.  However, if I try to do the same with a locally compiled and installed version at /usr/local/bin/python3.2 I see the errors below (taken from log).  Any idea what I am doing wrong?
    Thanks,
    Andrew

    java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to recreate the Interpreter info (Its format changed. Please, re-create your Interpreter information).Contents found:pydoc - the Python documentation tool

    pydoc3 <name> …
        Show text documentation on something.  <name> may be the name of a
        Python keyword, topic, function, module, or package, or a dotted
        reference to a class or function within a module or module in a
        package.  If <name> contains a '/', it is used as the path to a
        Python source file to document. If name is 'keywords', 'topics',
        or 'modules', a listing of these things is displayed.

    pydoc3 -k <keyword>
        Search for a keyword in the synopsis lines of all available modules.

    pydoc3 -p <port>
        Start an HTTP server on the given port on the local machine.  Port
        number 0 can be used to get an arbitrary unused port.

    pydoc3 -b
        Start an HTTP server on an arbitrary unused port and open a Web browser
        to interactively browse documentation.  The -p option can be used with
        the -b option to explicitly specify the server port.

    pydoc3 -g
        Deprecated.

    pydoc3 -w <name> …
        Write out the HTML documentation for a module to a file in the current
        directory.  If <name> contains a '/', it is treated as a filename; if
        it names a directory, documentation is written for all the contents.

    at org.python.pydev.ui.pythonpathconf.InterpreterInfo.fromString(InterpreterInfo.java:263)
    at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.createInfoFromOutput(AbstractInterpreterManager.java:418)
    at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.PythonInterpreterManager.doCreateInterpreterInfo(PythonInterpreterManager.java:70)
    at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.PythonInterpreterManager.internalCreateInterpreterInfo(PythonInterpreterManager.java:43)
    at org.python.pydev.ui.interpreters.AbstractInterpreterManager.createInterpreterInfo(AbstractInterpreterManager.java:368)
    at org.python.pydev.ui.pythonpathconf.ObtainInterpreterInfoOperation.run(ObtainInterpreterInfoOperation.java:81)
    at org.eclipse.jface.operation.ModalContext$ModalContextThread.run(ModalContext.java:121)

    eclipse.buildId=M20110909-1335
    java.version=1.6.0_25
    java.vendor=Sun Microsystems Inc.
    BootLoader constants: OS=linux, ARCH=x86_64, WS=gtk, NL=en_US
    Command-line arguments:  -os linux -ws gtk -arch x86_64 -data /home/andrew/projects/personal/lepl/eclipse-workspace

     
  • Fabio Zadrozny

    Fabio Zadrozny - 2011-12-21

    Well, what PyDev does is execute the path you passed passing plugins/org.python.pydev/PySrc/interpreterInfo.py as a parameter - from the output, I'd say the executable you're passing is a link to pydoc3 and not to Python… Can you execute it in the command line:

    /my/path/to/python plugins/org.python.pydev/PySrc/interpreterInfo.py and see if you have a different output? Also, if you just execute /my/path/to/python in the command line, it should start the python interactive shell… does this happen in your case?

    Cheers,

    Fabio

     

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