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I've the following problem with Win98:

When I open a script with IDLE, it's possible to execute it.But when I open it
in a different environment (like wscite) and try to start it, I always get the
error message:
" pythonw -u xxxxx.py Application not found". I assume that I have to set some
environment variables? I tried to include my python path to PATH in
autoexec.bat, but no luck.

In addition, how do I start a script that needs command line options from
windows 98?

thnx,

NIC

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  • Peter Hansen at Nov 27, 2002 at 5:29 am

    nandrats at mail.mdanderson.org wrote:
    I've the following problem with Win98:

    When I open a script with IDLE, it's possible to execute it.But when I open it
    in a different environment (like wscite) and try to start it, I always get the
    error message:
    " pythonw -u xxxxx.py Application not found". I assume that I have to set some
    environment variables? I tried to include my python path to PATH in
    autoexec.bat, but no luck.
    Can you show what you tried adding to PATH? Or just type PATH and
    post the results here. It should work fine that way. There's
    nothing special about the pythonw.exe: it's in the Python folder
    with the rest of the stuff.

    Have you checked the FAQ?

    http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw.py?req=show&file=faq08.018.htp

    -Peter

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