#python - Wed 7 Mar 2007 between 15:52 and 16:34

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Zalamanderis distutils difficult to use on Windows or something?
actionZalamander really doesn't know
Zalamanderreally doesn't know
gpspy2exe is good for that toma^
marienzZalamander: distutils on windows can spit out an installer, but it does not really do much for dep tracking.
gpsoften some dlls will be needed along with the generated exe but it makes for a manageable install.
ZalamanderI see, thanks
CelticSoulguys, where can I find docs on how to compile and install python?
roygbivCelticSoul unless you have a specific need, it might be best to grab a python package for your particular distribution.
CelticSoulroygbiv, I'm using CentOS x86_64, there's no repo comes with python 2.4 x86_64 for it
roygbivk hmm
CelticSoul i have to run to a meeting but basically download the source, and build/install instructions are in the source
CelticSoulroygbiv, thank you
IgorSobreirahey guys...i have a program (made in python and glade) in a directory here in my gnome(fedora)....but i'd like to have icon for it in my Main Menu....
anybody could help?
when i've created the icon in menu....i need to put it's name and a path....and i've put the path of the directory/script.py....but nothin happens
polpakIgorSobreira: that seems like a question more apropo to say.. #fedora
Juhazdoes the script have shebang line and +x?
IgorSobreiraJuhaz: o dunno... :T
the first line is #!/usr/bin/env python
christiIgorSobreira: mabye the path to the glade file is not correct
IgorSobreira: maybe it's relative to the working directory, instead of the program's directory
IgorSobreira: and if this true, the program won't run
IgorSobreira:T
christiIgorSobreira: cd to a random directory and run your program from there
to see how it runs
IgorSobreirachristi: doesn work
i need to by on its directory
christiIgorSobreira: 1 sec please
IgorSobreira: try this stuff at the beginning of your program: import sys, os; os.chdir(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0]))
whatspygood afternoon! I'd be pleased if someone know how to disable cherrypy's logging behaviour, or at least play around with it to redirect it to, like, a file or /dev/null
the screen logs are becoming a bother
christiwhatspy: doesn't it have a logging configuration file?
it should use the logging module which is configurable
IgorSobreira: any luck?
IgorSobreirachristi: i'll try
christi: i can run it from other directory....
christihe he
now try from the menu
IgorSobreirano.... :T
christi?!

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