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  • unmet dependencies in Ubuntu 12.04

    - by lee.O
    I tried today to install a dvb-card on my Ubuntu 12.04 (Linux blauhai-linux 3.2.0-25-generic #40-Ubuntu SMP Wed May 23 20:30:51 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux ). The installation failed with an error. After that, i tried to install python (it was already installed but i got this error): linux:~$ sudo apt-get install git Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done git is already the newest version. You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: The following packages have unmet dependencies: python-glade2:i386 : Depends: python:i386 (< 2.5) but it is not going to be installed Depends: python-support:i386 (= 0.3.4) but it is not installable Depends: python:i386 (= 2.4) but it is not going to be installed Depends: libglade2-0:i386 (= 1:2.5.1) but it is not going to be installed Depends: python-gtk2:i386 (= 2.8.6-8) but it is not going to be installed python-numeric:i386 : Depends: python:i386 (< 2.5) but it is not going to be installed Depends: python:i386 (= 2.3) but it is not going to be installed Depends: python-central:i386 (= 0.5.7) but it is not installable E: Unmet dependencies. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution). well, i can read and tried the proposed command, but then i get this: linux:~$ sudo apt-get -f install Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Correcting dependencies... Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required: libopenal1:i386 libsdl-ttf2.0-0:i386 libkrb5-3:i386 libgconf-2-4:i386 libsm-dev libatk1.0-0:i386 libk5crypto3:i386 libstdc++5:i386 libqt4-declarative:i386 libxcomposite1:i386 libice-dev libgail18:i386 libldap-2.4-2:i386 libao-common libv4l-0:i386 liblcms1:i386 libqt4-qt3support:i386 libroken18-heimdal:i386 libunistring0:i386 libcupsimage2:i386 libgphoto2-port0:i386 libidn11:i386 libnss3:i386 libcaca0:i386 gtk2-engines:i386 libgudev-1.0-0:i386 libjpeg-turbo8:i386 libpthread-stubs0 libcairo-gobject2:i386 libavc1394-0:i386 libjpeg8:i386 libotr2 libaio1:i386 libsane:i386 odbcinst1debian2 odbcinst1debian2:i386 libqt4-test:i386 libqt4-script:i386 libqt4-designer:i386 libsdl-mixer1.2:i386 libqt4-network:i386 libqt4-dbus:i386 libcap2:i386 libproxy1:i386 ibus-gtk:i386 libdbus-glib-1-2:i386 libtdb1:i386 libasn1-8-heimdal:i386 libspeex1:i386 libxslt1.1:i386 libgomp1:i386 libcapi20-3:i386 libibus-1.0-0:i386 libcairo2:i386 libgnutls26:i386 libopenal-data odbcinst libgssapi3-heimdal:i386 libcanberra0:i386 libtasn1-3:i386 libfreetype6:i386 x11proto-kb-dev gtk2-engines-murrine:i386 libwavpack1:i386 libqt4-opengl:i386 libsoup-gnome2.4-1:i386 libv4lconvert0:i386 gstreamer0.10-plugins-good:i386 libc6-i386 lib32gcc1 libqt4-xmlpatterns:i386 librsvg2-common:i386 libdatrie1:i386 xtrans-dev libavahi-common-data:i386 libiec61883-0:i386 lib32asound2 libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0:i386 libsdl-image1.2:i386 libp11-kit0:i386 x11proto-input-dev libwind0-heimdal:i386 libpixman-1-0:i386 libsdl1.2debian:i386 libxaw7:i386 libgdbm3:i386 libcups2:i386 libcurl3:i386 libqtcore4:i386 libxinerama1:i386 libesd0:i386 libmikmod2:i386 libkrb5support0:i386 libxft2:i386 libxt-dev libcroco3:i386 libpulse-mainloop-glib0:i386 libice6:i386 libaa1:i386 libieee1284-3:i386 libgcrypt11:i386 libthai0:i386 libao4:i386 libkeyutils1:i386 libxmu6:i386 libcanberra-gtk0:i386 libvorbisfile3:i386 libqt4-sql:i386 esound-common libxpm4:i386 libqt4-svg:i386 libusb-0.1-4:i386 libgail-common:i386 libxrender1:i386 libhcrypto4-heimdal:i386 libraw1394-11:i386 libnspr4:i386 libshout3:i386 libdv4:i386 libhx509-5-heimdal:i386 libxau-dev libqt4-xml:i386 gstreamer0.10-x:i386 libgettextpo0:i386 libxss1:i386 libgd2-xpm:i386 libheimbase1-heimdal:i386 libtiff4:i386 libsdl-net1.2:i386 libjasper1:i386 libgnome-keyring0:i386 libxtst6:i386 gtk2-engines-pixbuf:i386 libqtgui4:i386 libtag1c2a:i386 librsvg2-2:i386 libavahi-client3:i386 libssl0.9.8:i386 libmpg123-0:i386 libmad0:i386 libsasl2-2:i386 xorg-sgml-doctools libgsoap1 gtk2-engines-oxygen:i386 libfontconfig1:i386 xaw3dg:i386 libpango1.0-0:i386 libsm6:i386 libx11-dev libheimntlm0-heimdal:i386 libpulsedsp:i386 lib32stdc++6 libx11-doc libqt4-sql-mysql:i386 libxcb-render0:i386 libodbc1:i386 libexif12:i386 libqt4-scripttools:i386 librtmp0:i386 libgssapi-krb5-2:i386 libxi6:i386 libqtwebkit4:i386 libxcb1-dev libxp6:i386 libaudio2:i386 libxcursor1:i386 libxcb-shm0:i386 libxt6:i386 libxv1:i386 libsasl2-modules:i386 libavahi-common3:i386 libxrandr2:i386 x11proto-core-dev libsqlite3-0:i386 libmng1:i386 libgtk2.0-0:i386 libxdmcp-dev libpthread-stubs0-dev libltdl7:i386 libkrb5-26-heimdal:i386 libssl1.0.0:i386 glib-networking:i386 libgpg-error0:i386 libsoup2.4-1:i386 libgphoto2-2:i386 libtag1-vanilla:i386 libaudiofile1:i386 libglade2-0:i386 Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them. The following extra packages will be installed: default-jre default-jre-headless icedtea-6-jre-cacao icedtea-6-jre-jamvm icedtea-netx icedtea-netx-common libglade2-0:i386 libpython3.2 openjdk-6-jre openjdk-6-jre-headless openjdk-6-jre-lib python3 python3-minimal python3-uno python3.2 python3.2-minimal Suggested packages: icedtea-plugin sun-java6-fonts fonts-ipafont-gothic fonts-ipafont-mincho ttf-telugu-fonts ttf-oriya-fonts ttf-kannada-fonts ttf-bengali-fonts python3-doc python3-tk python3.2-doc binfmt-support The following packages will be REMOVED: activity-log-manager-control-center aisleriot alacarte apparmor apport apport-gtk apt-xapian-index aptdaemon apturl apturl-common bluez bluez-alsa bluez-alsa:i386 bluez-gstreamer checkbox checkbox-qt command-not-found compiz compiz-gnome compiz-plugins-main-default compizconfig-backend-gconf deja-dup duplicity eog evolution-data-server firefox firefox-globalmenu firefox-gnome-support foomatic-db-compressed-ppds gconf-editor gconf2 gdb gedit gir1.2-mutter-3.0 gir1.2-peas-1.0 gir1.2-rb-3.0 gir1.2-totem-1.0 gir1.2-ubuntuoneui-3.0 gksu gnome-applets gnome-applets-data gnome-bluetooth gnome-contacts gnome-control-center gnome-media gnome-menus gnome-orca gnome-panel gnome-panel-data gnome-session-fallback gnome-shell gnome-sudoku gnome-terminal gnome-terminal-data gnome-themes-standard gnome-tweak-tool gnome-user-share gstreamer0.10-gconf gwibber gwibber-service gwibber-service-facebook gwibber-service-identica gwibber-service-twitter hplip hplip-data ia32-libs ia32-libs-multiarch:i386 ibus ibus-pinyin ibus-table indicator-datetime indicator-power jockey-common jockey-gtk landscape-client-ui-install language-selector-common language-selector-gnome launchpad-integration libcanberra-gtk-module libcanberra-gtk-module:i386 libcanberra-gtk3-module libcompizconfig0 libfolks-eds25 libgksu2-0 libgnome-media-profiles-3.0-0 libgnome2-0 libgnome2-common libgnomevfs2-0 libgnomevfs2-common libgweather-3-0 libgweather-common libgwibber-gtk2 libgwibber2 libmetacity-private0 libmutter0 libpeas-1.0-0 libpurple-bin libpython2.7 libreoffice-gnome librhythmbox-core5 libsyncdaemon-1.0-1 libtotem0 libubuntuoneui-3.0-1 light-themes lsb-release metacity metacity-common mutter-common nautilus-dropbox nautilus-share network-manager-gnome nvidia-common nvidia-settings nvidia-settings-updates onboard oneconf openjdk-7-jdk openjdk-7-jre openprinting-ppds pidgin pidgin-libnotify pidgin-otr printer-driver-foo2zjs printer-driver-ptouch printer-driver-pxljr printer-driver-sag-gdi printer-driver-splix python python-appindicator python-apport python-apt python-apt-common python-aptdaemon python-aptdaemon.gtk3widgets python-aptdaemon.pkcompat python-brlapi python-cairo python-central python-chardet python-configglue python-crypto python-cups python-cupshelpers python-dateutil python-dbus python-debian python-debtagshw python-defer python-dirspec python-egenix-mxdatetime python-egenix-mxtools python-gconf python-gdbm python-gi python-gi-cairo python-glade2:i386 python-gmenu python-gnomekeyring python-gnupginterface python-gobject python-gobject-2 python-gpgme python-gst0.10 python-gtk2 python-httplib2 python-ibus python-imaging python-keyring python-launchpadlib python-lazr.restfulclient python-lazr.uri python-libproxy python-libxml2 python-louis python-mako python-markupsafe python-minimal python-notify python-numeric:i386 python-oauth python-openssl python-packagekit python-pam python-pexpect python-piston-mini-client python-pkg-resources python-problem-report python-protobuf python-pyatspi2 python-pycurl python-pyinotify python-renderpm python-reportlab python-reportlab-accel python-serial python-simplejson python-smbc python-software-properties python-speechd python-twisted-bin python-twisted-core python-twisted-names python-twisted-web python-ubuntu-sso-client python-ubuntuone-client python-ubuntuone-control-panel python-ubuntuone-storageprotocol python-uno python-virtkey python-wadllib python-xapian python-xdg python-xkit python-zeitgeist python-zope.interface python2.7 python2.7-minimal rhythmbox rhythmbox-mozilla rhythmbox-plugin-cdrecorder rhythmbox-plugin-magnatune rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist rhythmbox-plugins rhythmbox-ubuntuone screen-resolution-extra sessioninstaller skype software-center software-center-aptdaemon-plugins software-properties-common software-properties-gtk system-config-printer-common system-config-printer-gnome system-config-printer-udev texlive-extra-utils totem totem-mozilla totem-plugins ubuntu-artwork ubuntu-desktop ubuntu-minimal ubuntu-sso-client ubuntu-sso-client-gtk ubuntu-standard ubuntu-system-service ubuntuone-client ubuntuone-client-gnome ubuntuone-control-panel ubuntuone-couch ubuntuone-installer ufw unattended-upgrades unity unity-2d unity-common unity-lens-applications unity-lens-video unity-scope-musicstores unity-scope-video-remote update-manager update-manager-core update-notifier update-notifier-common usb-creator-common usb-creator-gtk virtualbox virtualbox-dkms virtualbox-qt xdiagnose xul-ext-ubufox zeitgeist zeitgeist-core zeitgeist-datahub The following NEW packages will be installed: default-jre default-jre-headless icedtea-6-jre-cacao icedtea-6-jre-jamvm icedtea-netx icedtea-netx-common libglade2-0:i386 libpython3.2 openjdk-6-jre openjdk-6-jre-headless openjdk-6-jre-lib python3 python3-minimal python3-uno python3.2 python3.2-minimal WARNING: The following essential packages will be removed. This should NOT be done unless you know exactly what you are doing! python-minimal python2.7-minimal (due to python-minimal) 0 upgraded, 16 newly installed, 273 to remove and 0 not upgraded. 2 not fully installed or removed. Need to get 39.1 MB of archives. After this operation, 324 MB disk space will be freed. You are about to do something potentially harmful. To continue type in the phrase 'Yes, do as I say!' ?] Thats not good, is it?! Should i run this command or should i run another command to fix this problem? Would be great if somebody can help me. :) Thanks in advance. best regards

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  • displaying python's autodoc to the user (python 3.3)

    - by Plotinus
    I'm writing a simple command line math game, and I'm using python's autodoc for my math algorithms to help me remember, for example, what a proth number is while i'm writing the algorithm, but later on I'll want to tell that information to the user as well, so they'll know what the answer was. So, for example I have: def is_proth(): """Proth numbers and numbers that fit the formula k×2^n + 1, where k are odd positive integers, and 2^n > k.""" [snip] return proths and then I tried to make a dictionary, like so: definitions = {"proths" : help(is_proth)} But it doesn't work. It prints this when I start the program, one for each item in the dictionary, and then it errors out on one of them that returns a set. And anyway, I don't want it displayed to the user until after they've played the game. Help on function is_proth in module __main__: is_proth() Proth numbers and numbers that fit the formula k×2^n + 1, where k are odd positive integers, and 2^n > k. (END) I understand the purpose of autodoc is more for helping programmers who are calling a function than for generating userdoc, but it seems inefficient to have to type out the definition of what a proth number is twice, once in a comment to help me remember what an algorithm does and then once to tell the user the answer to the game they were playing after they've won or lost.

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  • Two python distributions, sudo picking the wrong one

    - by DHK
    I'm back to Linux after an over 10 year abstinence (fool me thinks). And a little rusty in the sys admin department. I'm faced with an issue with my python distribution. I'm using Python 2.7, but based on the Anaconda flavour. I followed the standard guidance but recently I discovered an issue that I'm not sure how to fix. Under sudo, the standard Python as comes with Ubuntu is provided. Under my user account python points to the Anaconda version: [email protected]:~/home/$which python /opt/anaconda/bin/python [email protected]:~/home/$sudo which python /usr/bin/python This is an issue as using sudo pip [anything] usually acts on the wrong directory, yet I cannot use it without sudo.

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  • Will Python 3.0's backwards-incompatibility affect adoption?

    - by George Stocker
    I visited Slashdot this morning to find out that Python 3.0 has been released. I know C# and Perl, but have wanted to learn Python for some time, especially after I saw its ease of use to create useful tools, not to mention its use in game scripting. My question is, how does the intentionally backwards-incompatible release of Python 3.0 affect adoption, and should I learn Python 2? Or should I take the dive and learn Python 3.0 first, and wait for the libraries to be ported?

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  • How can I remove python 2.7 after installing python 3.3?

    - by phoenix bai
    I have successfully installed python 3.3 on Ubuntu 12.10. Since I don’t need multiple versions of python, I want to remove the existing python 2.7. When I try to do that, using sudo apt-get remove python2.7 Ubuntu warns me that there are tons of system dependent components which will also be removed. It looks really scary. So, is there a way to remove python 2.7 without removing the system dependent components, or can I direct those dependents to use python 3.3?

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  • Getting PATH right for python after MacPorts install

    - by BenjaminGolder
    I can't import some python libraries (PIL, psycopg2) that I just installed with MacPorts. I looked through these forums, and tried to adjust my PATH variable in $HOME/.bash_profile in order to fix this but it did not work. I added the location of PIL and psycopg2 to PATH. I know that Terminal is a version of python in /usr/local/bin, rather than the one installed by MacPorts at /opt/local/bin. Do I need to use the MacPorts version of Python in order to ensure that PIL and psycopg2 are on sys.path when I use python in Terminal? Should I switch to the MacPorts version of Python, or will that cause more problems? In case it is helpful, here are more facts: PIl and psycopg2 are installed in /opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/site-packages which pythonreturns/usr/bin/python echo $PATHreturns (I separated each path for easy reading): :/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/ :/opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/site-packages :/opt/local/bin :/opt/local/sbin :/usr/local/git/bin :/usr/bin :/bin :/usr/sbin :/sbin :/usr/local/bin :/usr/local/git/bin :/usr/X11/bin :/opt/local/bin in python, sys.path returns: /Library/Frameworks/SQLite3.framework/Versions/3/Python /Library/Python/2.6/site-packages/numpy-override /Library/Frameworks/GDAL.framework/Versions/1.7/Python/site-packages /Library/Frameworks/cairo.framework/Versions/1/Python /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python26.zip /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6 /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/plat-darwin /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/plat-mac /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/plat-mac/lib-scriptpackages /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/Extras/lib/python /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/lib-tk /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/lib-old /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/lib-dynload /Library/Python/2.6/site-packages /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/Extras/lib/python/PyObjC /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/Extras/lib/python/wx-2.8-mac-unicode I welcome any criticism and comments, if any of the above looks foolish or poorly conceived. I'm new to all of this. Thanks! Running OSX 10.6.5 on a MacBook Pro, invoking python 2.6.1 from Terminal

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  • Learn to use PHP and Python with Oracle Database

    - by christopher.jones
    The Oracle Learning Library has posted up the latest "Oracle By Example" labs giving an introduction to PHP & Python with the Oracle Database : Using PHP with Oracle Database 11g - a basic introduction Developing a PHP Web Application with Oracle Database 11g - a Zend Framework application using the NetBeans IDE Using Python With Oracle Database 11g - a basic introduction Using the Django Framework with Python and Oracle Database 11g - a basic web application

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  • xterm python subprocess

    - by Quacked Python
    If using subprocess to execute an xterm on linux, which in turn executes some other process, it seems that Python (2.6.5) will never recognize that the process (xterm) has completed execution. Consider the following code: import subprocess import shlex import time proc = subprocess.Popen(shlex.split('xterm -iconic -title "FOO_BAR" -e sleep 5')) while True: if proc.poll(): print 'Process completed' time.sleep(0.1) This will loop infinitely until you terminate the Python interpreter. I'm guessing that this is probably caused by some oddity with xterm, and not a direct cause of the Python subprocess module, but maybe there are some other smart people out there that could shed some light on the situation. Note: Calling proc.communicate() will in fact return when the xterm completes, but for some reason the poll method will not work.

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  • Python 2.4 inline if statements

    - by Marcus Whybrow
    I am setting up an existing django project on a dreamhost web server, so far I have got everything to work correctly. However I developed under python 2.5 and dreamhost by default uses python 2.4. The following line seems gives a syntax error because of the if keyword: 'parent': c.parent.pk if c.parent is not None else None ^ Is it the case that this form of if statement was introduced in Python 2.5, if so is there an easy change that would make it compatible with Python 2.4? Or, should I just change to Python 2.5. I have already installed python 2.5 to a directory under my home directory, and have succeeded in running the python interpreter under 2.5. If I wish to use Python 2.5 for everything, where can I set this?

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  • Error with python-setuptools doing "sudo easy_install python-graph-core"

    - by Dan
    Using easy_install, part of the python-setuptools, I get the following error: $ sudo easy_install python-graph-core [sudo] password for dan: Searching for python-graph-core Reading http://pypi.python.org/simple/python-graph-core/ Reading http://code.google.com/p/python-graph/ Reading http://code.google.com/p/python-graph/downloads/list?can=1 Reading http://code.google.com/p/python-graph/downloads/list Best match: python-graph-core 1.7.0 Downloading http://python-graph.googlecode.com/files/python-graph-core-1.7.0.tar.gz Processing python-graph-core-1.7.0.tar.gz Running python-graph-core-1.7.0/setup.py -q bdist_egg --dist-dir /tmp/easy_install-GwpYiM/python-graph-core-1.7.0/egg-dist-tmp-1yqbyV setup.py:8: Warning: 'as' will become a reserved keyword in Python 2.6 Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/easy_install", line 8, in <module> load_entry_point('setuptools==0.6c9', 'console_scripts', 'easy_install')() File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 1671, in main with_ei_usage(lambda: File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 1659, in with_ei_usage return f() File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 1675, in <lambda> distclass=DistributionWithoutHelpCommands, **kw File "/usr/lib/python2.5/distutils/core.py", line 151, in setup dist.run_commands() File "/usr/lib/python2.5/distutils/dist.py", line 974, in run_commands self.run_command(cmd) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/distutils/dist.py", line 994, in run_command cmd_obj.run() File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 211, in run self.easy_install(spec, not self.no_deps) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 446, in easy_install return self.install_item(spec, dist.location, tmpdir, deps) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 476, in install_item dists = self.install_eggs(spec, download, tmpdir) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 655, in install_eggs return self.build_and_install(setup_script, setup_base) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 930, in build_and_install self.run_setup(setup_script, setup_base, args) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/command/easy_install.py", line 919, in run_setup run_setup(setup_script, args) File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/sandbox.py", line 27, in run_setup lambda: execfile( File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/sandbox.py", line 63, in run return func() File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setuptools/sandbox.py", line 29, in <lambda> {'__file__':setup_script, '__name__':'__main__'} File "setup.py", line 8 except ImportError as ie: ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax Any suggestions to what I may be doing wrong? Thanks, Dan

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  • Best way of learning Python + GUI when coming from .NET

    - by Oscar Mederos
    I've been developing applications in C# / VB.NET for about 3-4 years (.NET Framework v2.0, 3.5, 4). I have also developed some command-line applications or scripts in C, and Python under Linux. Sometimes I need to develop my applications in another languages, like Python, but the problem thing is that lots of those applications require a GUI. Maybe not a too complex one, but it does require some windows with buttons, text boxes, list boxes,... What books/tips/tutorials do you suggest me to start working with that language and be able to deploy my deliverables not only in .NET? Note: Learning python is not the big deal here, because I already know the basic of it. I just want to focus on the GUI. Maybe this question should be on UI instead of here? If so, please, migrate it :)

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  • How can I install a 32bit python on 64 bit Ubuntu

    - by moose
    I am using Ubuntu 10.10 (Linux pc07 2.6.35-27-generic #48-Ubuntu SMP Tue Feb 22 20:25:46 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux) and the default python package (Python 2.6.6). I would like to install python-psyco to improve the performance of one of my scripts, but only python-psyco-doc is available for 64 bit. I tried a virtual machine, but the the performance boost is much less on the virtual machine than on a "real" installed 32-bit Ubuntu. So my question is: How can I install a 32Bit Python with psyco on my 64Bit Ubuntu machine? edit: I've found this article and made this: Download "Python 2.7.1 bzipped source tarball" from http://python.org/download/ Go in the directory where you decompressed "Python 2.7.1" $ OPT=-m32 LDFLAGS=-m32 ./configure --prefix=/opt/pym32 $ make But I got this error: gcc -pthread -m32 -Xlinker -export-dynamic -o python \ Modules/python.o \ libpython2.7.a -lpthread -ldl -lutil -lm libpython2.7.a(posixmodule.o): In function `posix_tmpnam': /home/moose/Downloads/Python-2.7.1/./Modules/posixmodule.c:7346: warning: the use of `tmpnam_r' is dangerous, better use `mkstemp' libpython2.7.a(posixmodule.o): In function `posix_tempnam': /home/moose/Downloads/Python-2.7.1/./Modules/posixmodule.c:7301: warning: the use of `tempnam' is dangerous, better use `mkstemp' Segmentation fault make: *** [sharedmods] Fehler 139 edit2: Now I've found http://indefinitestudies.org/2010/02/08/how-to-build-32-bit-python-on-ubuntu-9-10-x86_64/ and it seems like this worked: $ cd Python-2.7.1 $ CC="gcc -m32" LDFLAGS="-L/lib32 -L/usr/lib32 \ -Lpwd/lib32 -Wl,-rpath,/lib32 -Wl,-rpath,/usr/lib32" \ ./configure --prefix=/opt/pym32 $ make $ sudo make install But installing psyco didn't work: Download the lastest snapshot: http://psyco.sourceforge.net/download.html Extract it and go into the folder $ python setup.py install This error appeared: PROCESSOR = 'ivm' running install running build running build_py running build_ext building 'psyco._psyco' extension gcc -pthread -fno-strict-aliasing -DNDEBUG -g -fwrapv -O2 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -fPIC -DALL_STATIC=1 -Ic/ivm -I/usr/include/python2.6 -c c/psyco.c -o build/temp.linux-x86_64-2.6/c/psyco.o In file included from c/psyco.c:1: c/psyco.h:9: fatal error: Python.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden compilation terminated. error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1

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  • Python and Ruby in Oracle Tuxedo

    - by christopher.jones
    Did you know you can now develop services and applications in Python or Ruby with Oracle Tuxedo? The Tuxedo team have a blog post about it at Python and Ruby in Tuxedo. I used to think of Tuxedo as a Transaction Processing Monitor but it has evolved into much more.

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  • How can I assert from Python C code?

    - by Joe
    I'm writing a Python class in C and I want to put assertions in my debug code. assert.h suits me fine. This only gets put in debug compiles so there's no chance of an assert failure impacting a user of the Python code*. I'm trying to divide my 'library' code (which should be separate to the code linked against Python) so I can use it from other C code. My Python methods are therefore thinnish wrappers around my pure-C code. So I can't do this in my 'library' code: if (black == white) { PyErr_SetString(PyExc_RuntimeError, "Remap failed"); } because this pollutes my pure-C code with Python. It's also far uglier than a simple assert(black != white); I believe that the Distutils compiler always sets NDEBUG, which means I can't use assert.h even in debug builds. Mac OS and Linux. Help! *one argument I've heard against asserting in C code called from Python.

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  • Python version issues

    - by MidnightLightning
    I have a Mac which uses MacPorts to have multiple versions of Python installed and use the python_select application to switch between them. Currently, this Mac has OS 10.6.6, which comes with Python 2.6.1 installed as /usr/bin/python. Using MacPorts, I've installed the python27, python31, and python_select ports and now have this issue: python_select seems to not be switching the default python properly: $ which python /usr/bin/python $ python -V Python 2.6.1 $ /usr/bin/python -V Python 2.6.1 $ sudo python_select python27 Selecting version "python27" for python $ which python /opt/local/bin/python $ ls -l /opt/local/bin/python lrwxr-xr-x 1 root admin 24B Mar 18 10:24 /opt/local/bin/python -> /opt/local/bin/python2.7 $ python -V Python 2.6.1 # <-- Wrong!!! $ /opt/local/bin/python -V Python 2.7.1 # <-- Why are you not default? So, after running python_select, which python seems to think that the /opt/local/bin version is going to be used, but in reality, it seems that the /usr/bin one is taking precedent unless I specifically call the /opt/local/bin one. Is there something I'm doing wrong?

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  • How can I get sikuli-ide to work?

    - by ayckoster
    I installed sikuli-ide with sudo apt-get install sikuli-ide Everything was fine until I tried to start it from the terminal. I typed sikuli-ide But the only response I got was [info] locale: en_US The application was not started, furthermore there is no desktop file and sikuli-ide does not show up in Dash Home. I guess there is something wrong with the package. I run Ubuntu 12.10 64bit. I tried to install it (Sikuli-X-1.0rc3 (r905)-linux-x86_64.zip) from their page, now the IDE starts, but when I try to execute a simple script I get the following error: [error] Stopped [error] An error occurs at line 1 [error] Error message: Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in File "/home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/sikuli-script.jar/Lib/sikuli/__init__.py", line 3, in File "/home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/sikuli-script.jar/Lib/sikuli/Sikuli.py", line 22, in java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/libs/libVisionProxy.so: libml.so.2.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory at java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary1(ClassLoader.java:1935) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(ClassLoader.java:1860) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(ClassLoader.java:1821) at java.lang.Runtime.load0(Runtime.java:792) at java.lang.System.load(System.java:1059) at com.wapmx.nativeutils.jniloader.NativeLoader.loadLibrary(NativeLoader.java:44) at org.sikuli.script.Finder.(Finder.java:33) at java.lang.Class.forName0(Native Method) at java.lang. Class.forName(Class.java:264) at org.python.core.Py.loadAndInitClass(Py.java:895) at org.python.core.Py.findClassInternal(Py.java:830) at org.python.core.Py.findClassEx(Py.java:881) at org.python.core.packagecache.SysPackageManager.findClass(SysPackageManager.java:133) at org.python.core.packagecache.PackageManager.findClass(PackageManager.java:28) at org.python.core.packagecache.SysPackageManager.findClass(SysPackageManager.java:122) at org.python.core.PyJavaPackage.__findattr_ex__(PyJavaPackage.java:137) at org.python.core.PyObject.__findattr__(PyObject.java:863) at org.python.core.imp.import_name(imp.java:849) at org.python.core.imp.importName(imp.java:884) at org.python.core.ImportFunction.__call__(__builtin__.java:1220) at org.python.core.PyObject.__call__(PyObject.java:357) at org.python.core.__builtin__.__import__(__builtin__.java:1173) at org.python.core.imp.importFromAs(imp.java:978) at org.python.core.imp.importFrom(imp.java:954) at sikuli.Sikuli$py.f$0(/home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/siku li-script.jar/Lib/sikuli/Sikuli.py:211) at sikuli.Sikuli$py.call_function(/home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/sikuli-script.jar/Lib/sikuli/Sikuli.py) at org.python.core.PyTableCode.call(PyTableCode.java:165) at org.python.core.PyCode.call(PyCode.java:18) at org.python.core.imp.createFromCode(imp.java:386) at org.python.core.util.importer.importer_load_module(importer.java:109) at org.python.modules.zipimport.zipimporter.zipimporter_load_module(zipimporter.java:161) at org.python.modules.zipimport.zipimporter$zipimporter_load_module_exposer.__call__(Unknown Source) at org.python.core.PyBuiltinMethodNarrow.__call__(PyBuiltinMethodNarrow.java:47) at org.python.core.imp.loadFromLoader(imp.java:513) at org.python.core.imp.find_module(imp.java:467) at org.python.core.PyModule.impAttr(PyModule.java:100) at org.python.core.imp.import_next(imp.java:715) at org.python.core.imp.import_name(imp.java:824) at org.python.core.imp.importName(imp.java:884) at org.python.core.ImportFunction.__call__(__builtin__.java:1220) at org.python.core.PyObject.__call__(PyObject.java:357) at org.python.core.__builtin__.__import__(__builtin__.java:1173) at org.python.core.imp.importAll(imp.java:998) at sikuli$py.f$0(/home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/sikuli-script.jar/Lib/sikuli/__init__.py:3) at sikuli$py.call_function(/home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/sikuli-script.jar/Lib/sikuli/__init__.py) at org.python.core.PyTableCode.call(PyTableCode.java:165) at org.python.core.PyCode.call(PyCode.java:18) at org.python.core.imp.createFromCode(imp.java:386) at org.python.core.util.importer.importer_load_module(importer.java:109) at org.python.modules.zipimport.zipimporter.zipimporter_load_module(zipimporter.java:161) at org.python.modules.zipimport.zipimporter$zipimporter_load_module_exposer.__call__(Unknown Source) at org.python.core.PyBuiltinMethodNarrow.__call__(PyBuiltinMethodNarrow.java:47) at org.python.core.imp.loadFromLoader(imp.java:513) at org.python.core.imp.find_module(imp.java:467) at org.python.core.imp.import_next(imp.java:713) at or g.python.core.imp.import_name(imp.java:824) at org.python.core.imp.importName(imp.java:884) at org.python.core.ImportFunction.__call__(__builtin__.java:1220) at org.python.core.PyObject.__call__(PyObject.java:357) at org.python.core.__builtin__.__import__(__builtin__.java:1173) at org.python.core.imp.importAll(imp.java:998) at org.python.pycode._pyx2.f$0(:1) at org.python.pycode._pyx2.call_function() at org.python.core.PyTableCode.call(PyTableCode.java:165) at org.python.core.PyCode.call(PyCode.java:18) at org.python.core.Py.runCode(Py.java:1261) at org.python.core.Py.exec(Py.java:1305) at org.python.util.PythonInterpreter.exec(PythonInterpreter.java:206) at org.sikuli.script.ScriptRunner.runPython(ScriptRunner.java:61) at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE$ButtonRun.runPython(SikuliIDE.java:1572) at org.sikuli.ide.SikuliIDE$ButtonRun$1.run(SikuliIDE.java:1677) java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /home/ayckoster/opt/Sikuli-IDE/libs/libVisionProxy.so: libml.so.2.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory If I try to use the click() method from the gui it fails. So I created my own click method and it look like this: This cannot be executed and produces the error above.

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  • Build problems when adding `__str__` method to Boost Python C++ class

    - by Rickard
    I have started to play around with boost python a bit and ran into a problem. I tried to expose a C++ class to python which posed no problems. But I can't seem to manage to implement the __str__ functionality for the class without getting build errors I don't understand. I'm using boost 1_42 prebuild by boostpro. I build the library using cmake and the vs2010 compiler. I have a very simple setup. The header-file (tutorial.h) looks like the following: #include <iostream> namespace TestBoostPython{ class TestClass { private: double m_x; public: TestClass(double x); double Get_x() const; void Set_x(double x); }; std::ostream &operator<<(std::ostream &ostr, const TestClass &ts); }; and the corresponding cpp-file looks like: #include <boost/python.hpp> #include "tutorial.h" using namespace TestBoostPython; TestClass::TestClass(double x) { m_x = x; } double TestClass::Get_x() const { return m_x; } void TestClass::Set_x(double x) { m_x = x; } std::ostream &operator<<(std::ostream &ostr, TestClass &ts) { ostr << ts.Get_x() << "\n"; return ostr; } BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE(testme) { using namespace boost::python; class_<TestClass>("TestClass", init<double>()) .add_property("x", &TestClass::Get_x, &TestClass::Set_x) .def(str(self)) ; } The CMakeLists.txt looks like the following: CMAKE_MINIMUM_REQUIRED(VERSION 2.8) project (testme) FIND_PACKAGE( Boost REQUIRED ) FIND_PACKAGE( Boost COMPONENTS python REQUIRED ) FIND_PACKAGE( PythonLibs REQUIRED ) set(Boost_USE_STATIC_LIBS OFF) set(Boost_USE_MULTITHREAD ON) INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES(${Boost_INCLUDE_DIRS}) INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES ( ${PYTHON_INCLUDE_PATH} ) add_library(testme SHARED tutorial.cpp) target_link_libraries(testme ${Boost_PYTHON_LIBRARY}) target_link_libraries(testme ${PYTHON_LIBRARY} The build error I get is the following: Compiling... tutorial.cpp C:\Program Files (x86)\boost\boost_1_42\boost/python/def_visitor.hpp(31) : error C2780: 'void boost::python::api::object_operators::visit(ClassT &,const char *,const boost::python::detail::def_helper &) const' : expects 3 arguments - 1 provided with [ U=boost::python::api::object ] C:\Program Files (x86)\boost\boost_1_42\boost/python/object_core.hpp(203) : see declaration of 'boost::python::api::object_operators::visit' with [ U=boost::python::api::object ] C:\Program Files (x86)\boost\boost_1_42\boost/python/def_visitor.hpp(67) : see reference to function template instantiation 'void boost::python::def_visitor_access::visit,classT>(const V &,classT &)' being compiled with [ DerivedVisitor=boost::python::api::object, classT=boost::python::class_, V=boost::python::def_visitor ] C:\Program Files (x86)\boost\boost_1_42\boost/python/class.hpp(225) : see reference to function template instantiation 'void boost::python::def_visitor::visit>(classT &) const' being compiled with [ DerivedVisitor=boost::python::api::object, W=TestBoostPython::TestClass, classT=boost::python::class_ ] .\tutorial.cpp(29) : see reference to function template instantiation 'boost::python::class_ &boost::python::class_::def(const boost::python::def_visitor &)' being compiled with [ W=TestBoostPython::TestClass, U=boost::python::api::object, DerivedVisitor=boost::python::api::object ] Does anyone have any idea on what went wrrong? If I remove the .def(str(self)) part from the wrapper code, everything compiles fine and the class is usable from python. I'd be very greatful for assistance. Thank you, Rickard

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  • How to organize Python modules for PyPI to support 2.x and 3.x

    - by Craig McQueen
    I have a Python module that I would like to upload to PyPI. So far, it is working for Python 2.x. It shouldn't be too hard to write a version for 3.x now. But, after following guidelines for making modules in these places: Distributing Python Modules The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Packaging it's not clear to me how to support multiple source distributions for different versions of Python, and it's not clear if/how PyPI could support it. I envisage I would have separate code for: 2.x 2.6 (maybe, as a special case to use the new buffer API) 3.x How is it possible to set up a Python module in PyPI so that someone can do: easy_install modulename and it will install the right thing whether the user is using 2.x or 3.x?

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  • How to organize Python modules for PyPI to support 2.x and 3.x

    - by Craig McQueen
    I have a Python module that I would like to upload to PyPI. So far, it is working for Python 2.x. It shouldn't be too hard to write a version for 3.x now. But, after following guidelines for making modules in these places: Distributing Python Modules The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Packaging it's not clear to me how to support multiple source distributions for different versions of Python, and it's not clear if/how PyPI could support it. I envisage I would have separate code for: 2.x 2.6 (maybe, as a special case to use the new buffer API) 3.x How is it possible to set up a Python module in PyPI so that someone can do: easy_install modulename and it will install the right thing whether the user is using 2.x or 3.x?

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  • Prevent Python from caching the imported modules

    - by Olivier
    While developing a largeish project (split in several files and folders) in Python with IPython, I run into the trouble of cached imported modules. The problem is that instructions import module only reads the module once, even if that module has changed! So each time I change something in my package, I have to quit and restart IPython. Painful. Is there any way to properly force reloading some modules? Or, better, to somehow prevent Python from caching them? I tried several approaches, but none works. In particular I run into really, really weird bugs, like some modules or variables mysteriously becoming equal to None... The only sensible resource I found is Reloading Python modules, from pyunit, but I have not checked it. I would like something like that. A good alternative would be for IPython to restart, or restart the Python interpreter somehow. So, if you develop in Python, what solution have you found to this problem?

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  • Using Crypt function Python 3.3.2

    - by adampski
    In Windows and Python version 3.3.2, I try and call the python module like so: hash2 = crypt(word, salt) I import it at the top of my program like so: from crypt import * The result I get is the following: Traceback (most recent call last): File "C:\none\of\your\business\adams.py", line 10, in <module> from crypt import * File "C:\Python33\lib\crypt.py", line 3, in <module> import _crypt ImportError: No module named '_crypt' However, when I execute the same file adams.py in Ubuntu, with Python 2.7.3, it executes perfectly - no errors. I tried the following to resolve the issue for my Windows & Python 3.3.2 (though I'm sure the OS isn't the issue, the Python version or my use of syntax is the issue): Rename the directory in the Python33 directory from Lib to lib Rename the crypt.py in lib to _crypt.py. However, it turns out the entire crypt.py module depends on an external module called _crypt.py too. Browsed internet to download anything remotely appropriate to resemble _crypt.py It's not Python, right? It's me...(?) I'm using syntaxes to import and use external modules that are acceptable in 2.7.3, but not in 3.3.2. Or have I found a bug in 3.3.2?

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  • Python 2 dict_items.sort() in Python 3

    - by DaveWeber
    I'm porting some code from Python 2 to 3. This is valid code in Python 2 syntax: def print_sorted_dictionary(dictionary): items=dictionary.items() items.sort() In Python 3, the dict_items have no method 'sort' - how can I make a workaround for this in Python 3?

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  • Making python 3.3 default python 3 interpreter instead of 3.2

    - by user1873947
    So, to keep it simple. Ubuntu 12.10 has python 3.2 pre installed and it is linked to "python3". I downloaded python 3.3 and it's command is "python3.3". However, I downloaded pySide for python3 from synaptic. Using "from PySide.QtCore import *" fails on python3.3. BUT, when I ran just "python3" (aka 3.2) everything works fine. Synaptic just installed lib for python3.2 which is default for python3 in ubuntu. How can I force synaptic to install modules for python3.3? Thanks

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  • Best practise for Progress Bar in Python's PyGTK

    - by Matthew Walker
    I would like to get feedback on others' opinions of best practice for how to implement a progress bar in Python's PyGTK. The work that the progress bar was to represent was very significant computationally. Therefore, I wanted the work to be done in a separate process (thus giving the operating system the possibility to run it on a different core). I wanted to be able to start the work, and then continue to use the GUI for other tasks while waiting for the results. I have seen many people asking this question indirectly, but I have not seen any concrete expert advice. I hope that by asking this question we will see a community's combined expertise. I have read the FAQ and I hope that "Programmers" is the right place to ask.

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