damianbrody | 1 Feb 06:15 2009
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[python(x,y)] please help I don't want to give up python...


Hi, Sorry if this is not the place to put this problem, I do this
because maybe is something related to Python(x,y).

I'm a newbie, coming from matlab, and I just want to do my first exe.
After almost a week trying to run the next scrip without success I'm
very depressed and ... please help.

The next script is taken from "Beginning Python", from Magnus Lie, but
also is almost identical to the py2exe.org tutorial.

The next code is called hello.py:

print 'Hello, world!'
raw_input('Press <enter>')

This is setup.py:

from distutils.core import setup
import py2exe
setup(console=['hello.py'])

and when I run : python setup.py py2exe      I got this:

error: no commands supplied
>>> python setup.py py2exe

and when run the hello.py things get worse :

Traceback (most recent call last):
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damianbrody | 1 Feb 06:11 2009
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[python(x,y)] please help I don't want to give up python...


Hi, Sorry if this is not the place to put this problem, I do this
because maybe is something related to Python(x,y).

I'm a newbie, coming from matlab, and I just want to do my first exe.
After almost a week trying to run the next scrip without success I'm
very depressed and ... please help.

The next script is taken from "Beginning Python", from Magnus Lie, but
also is almost identical to the py2exe.org tutorial.

The next code is called hello.py:

print 'Hello, world!'
raw_input('Press <enter>')

This is setup.py:

from distutils.core import setup
import py2exe
setup(console=['hello.py'])

and when I run : python setup.py py2exe      I got this:

error: no commands supplied
>>> python setup.py py2exe

and when run the hello.py things get worse :

Traceback (most recent call last):
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Pierre Raybaut | 1 Feb 12:27 2009

[python(x,y)] Re: please help I don't want to give up python...


On 1 fév, 06:15, damianbrody <damianbr...@...> wrote:
> Hi, Sorry if this is not the place to put this problem, I do this
> because maybe is something related to Python(x,y).

I don't think it's related to Python(x,y): your example runs fine on
my test machine.

> I'm a newbie, coming from matlab, and I just want to do my first exe.
> After almost a week trying to run the next scrip without success I'm
> very depressed and ... please help.

Please don't hesitate to post when you think you're stuck: if you had
post on py2exe mailing list earlier, I'm sure they would have answer
your questions:
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/py2exe-users

> The next script is taken from "Beginning Python", from Magnus Lie, but
> also is almost identical to the py2exe.org tutorial.
>
> The next code is called hello.py:
>
> print 'Hello, world!'
> raw_input('Press <enter>')
>
> This is setup.py:
>
> from distutils.core import setup
> import py2exe
> setup(console=['hello.py'])
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Stef Mientki | 1 Feb 13:21 2009
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[python(x,y)] Re: please help I don't want to give up python...


damianbrody wrote:
> Hi, Sorry if this is not the place to put this problem, I do this
> because maybe is something related to Python(x,y).
>
> I'm a newbie, coming from matlab, and I just want to do my first exe.
> After almost a week trying to run the next scrip without success I'm
> very depressed and ... please help.
>
> The next script is taken from "Beginning Python", from Magnus Lie, but
> also is almost identical to the py2exe.org tutorial.
>   
Why start with py2exe ?
It's dififcult, not needed, ...
In the two years I'm using Python,
I've never used py2exe.
cheers,
Stef

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Pierre Raybaut | 2 Feb 10:53 2009

[python(x,y)] Re: New release : 2.1.10


On 23 jan, 00:11, David <davidanthonypow...@...> wrote:
> >            o Issue 61: scipy.weave does not work well with Python
> > default installation folder
>
> I am not sure that this issue is actually fixed, or possibly some new
> issue has cropped up.
>
> I just completely uninstalled my old version, and re-installed 2.1.10
> to the standard directories.
> When running a simple weave example:
>
> a = 10
> b = 1
> from scipy import weave
> weave.blitz("b = a + a")
>
> I get the following output only:
>
> <weave: compiling>
>
> and when I type print b:
> 1
>
> This happens even if mingw is installed to a directory with no spaces,
> such as C:\mingw

According to what you wrote, it should not be related to Python(x,y).
Moreover, I've just tested it on a clean virtual machine with just
Python, NumPy and SciPy installed with their respective official
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David | 2 Feb 13:15 2009
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[python(x,y)] Re: New release : 2.1.10


Hi Pierre,

Well thanks for looking into that.  I just checked the scipy bug
tracker, it looks like there are quite a few issues related to weave,
but I will see if I can work it out.  Of course given the nature of
Python(x,y) it is quite likely that many bug reports will be about
things beyond your control because most users won't know the cause of
the bugs which they see.

cheers

David

> According to what you wrote, it should not be related to Python(x,y).
> Moreover, I've just tested it on a clean virtual machine with just
> Python, NumPy and SciPy installed with their respective official
> installers (not the one from Python(x,y)) and the result is exactly
> the same.
> So I suggest you continue this discussion on scipy mailing list
> because it's absolutely not related to Python(x,y).
>
> Thanks,
> Pierre
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David | 2 Feb 13:22 2009
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[python(x,y)] Re: When will there be a 64-bit version of Python(x,y) ?


Is there really any need for a 64 bit version?  I run the 32 bit
version fine on my 64 bit XP machine.  If your requirements are so
memory/CPU intensive that you need the 64 bit version then you are
probably better off setting up a 64-bit linux box, compiling scipy etc
yourself with free, highly optimised BLAS libraries such as ACML, etc.

On Jan 23, 7:40 am, Jon <ug1...@...> wrote:
> What are the chances of having an x64 version of Python(x,y) anytime
> soon ?
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Jonathan Hannay | 2 Feb 16:51 2009
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[python(x,y)] Re: When will there be a 64-bit version of Python(x,y) ?

Yes that is a good point.

I already do have the 64-bit linux setup but it was such a pain to install everything compared to python xy on windows.

On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 7:22 AM, David <davidanthonypowell-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

Is there really any need for a 64 bit version?  I run the 32 bit
version fine on my 64 bit XP machine.  If your requirements are so
memory/CPU intensive that you need the 64 bit version then you are
probably better off setting up a 64-bit linux box, compiling scipy etc
yourself with free, highly optimised BLAS libraries such as ACML, etc.

On Jan 23, 7:40 am, Jon <ug1... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> What are the chances of having an x64 version of Python(x,y) anytime
> soon ?



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Tim Michelsen | 2 Feb 09:48 2009
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[python(x,y)] Adding a page to the documentation


Hello Pierre,
I noticed that you actually included a lot of demos and examples for ETS 
in the PyXY doc folder.

May you please include the following pages as well:

* 
https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/wiki/GettingStartedWithEnthoughtTechnologies3x
* https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/wiki/IntroToInterfacesForScientists

These are also interesting:
* https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/wiki
* https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/wiki/Eclipse

BTW, the ETS cannot be found in the documentation drop-down of the PyXY 
Home application.

Thanks,
Timmie

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Claude Gouedard | 3 Feb 17:57 2009
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[python(x,y)] Re: When will there be a 64-bit version of Python(x,y) ?

Hi, Jonathan
Did you try linux.pythonxy ? ( http://linux.pythonxy.com ).
It's 64 bit ready ...

Claude

2009/2/2 Jonathan Hannay <jdhannay-EkmVulN54Sk@public.gmane.org>
Yes that is a good point.

I already do have the 64-bit linux setup but it was such a pain to install everything compared to python xy on windows.


On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 7:22 AM, David <davidanthonypowell-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

Is there really any need for a 64 bit version?  I run the 32 bit
version fine on my 64 bit XP machine.  If your requirements are so
memory/CPU intensive that you need the 64 bit version then you are
probably better off setting up a 64-bit linux box, compiling scipy etc
yourself with free, highly optimised BLAS libraries such as ACML, etc.

On Jan 23, 7:40 am, Jon <ug1...-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> What are the chances of having an x64 version of Python(x,y) anytime
> soon ?






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