I'm running Python with:
DrPython 165
wxPython Version: 2.8.7.1
wxPython Platform: wxMSW, unicode, wx-assertions-on, SWIG-1.3.29
Python Version: 2.5.1.final
Python Platform: win32

When I open a *.py file, I get the following error messages (see attached PDF file) in the drpython.pyc window.

How can I get rid of these erros?

I run DrPython165 with Python251 and wxPython28 (using binary wxPython2.8-win32-unicode-2.8.6.0-py25.exe) on a Windows Vista machine and have absolutely no problems.

I downloaded DrPython 165, started setup.py, drpython.pyw and it worked, but than I replaced the folder of DrPython to a different place on the C partition and now I keep getting an error when I start DrPython. I already tried re-downloading and re-unpacking, but it didn't help.

This is the error I get:

Error Changing to Default Directory: "C:/Documents and Settings/Lars/Bureaublad/drpython165/drpython"


Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\drpython\drpython.py", line 334, in __init__
    os.chdir(self.ddirectory)
<type 'exceptions.WindowsError'>: [Error 2] Het systeem kan het opgegeven pad niet vinden: 'C:/Documents and Settings/Lars/Bureaublad/drpython165/drpython'

My PC is Windows XP and the language is Dutch.

In the filemanager find the DrPython.pyw file, right click and create a shortcut, then drag the shortcut onto your desktop and start DrPython from there.

I'm running Python with:
DrPython 165
wxPython Version: 2.8.7.1
wxPython Platform: wxMSW, unicode, wx-assertions-on, SWIG-1.3.29
Python Version: 2.5.1.final
Python Platform: win32

When I open a *.py file, I get the following error messages (see attached PDF file) in the drpython.pyc window.

How can I get rid of these erros?

How did you install DrPython?

I simply extracted the zip file into something like C:/Python25/Lib/drpython/ and run drpython.pyw from there via the desktop icon of the shortcut. My wxPython version is 2.8.1.1 and I wonder if there is a bug in your version 2.8.7.1

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