[Eric] eric4 problem on Vista: pythonw.exe has stopped working
biccari at gmail.com
Fri Mar 26 17:50:12 GMT 2010
I tried to start separately the components of eric4.
The only components which show the crash of python on exit are:
eric.py (the main application)
With the other components, no problem arises.
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 15:42, Wilde, Marion G <mgwilde at sandia.gov> wrote:
> Python is run from a DOS window; the trick I've found to make it close the window after
> executing a python script is to "call xxxx.py" rather than transferring control to it.
> Here are two small code snippets that may help:
> @echo off
> call c:\python2.4\python test.py
> import os
> # kill time loop so that the display is visible long
> # enough to see it
> for i in range (50000000):
> I've executed this on my Windows XP machine, and it works to close the DOS window when the
> program exits.
> Marion Wilde
> -----Original Message-----
> From: eric-bounces at riverbankcomputing.com [mailto:eric-bounces at riverbankcomputing.com] On Behalf Of Francesco Biccari
> Sent: Friday, March 26, 2010 7:43 AM
> To: eric
> Subject: Re: [Eric] eric4 problem on Vista: pythonw.exe has stopped working
> Thanks for suggestions.
> I'm trying to compile PyQt.
> In the meantime I cas report the debug messages of eric4.
> The last message appears when I close the program.
> It seems that eric4 is not the problem. : )
> Ciao ciao.
> python eric4.py --debug
> DEBUG:root:Importing Preferences
> DEBUG:root:Importing packages...
> DEBUG:root:Generating Main Window...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Plugin Manager...
> DEBUG:root:Generating Main User Interface...
> DEBUG:root:Creating Layout...
> DEBUG:root:Creating Viewmanager...
> DEBUG:root:Creating toolboxes...
> DEBUG:root:Created Layout
> DEBUG:root:Creating Debugger UI...
> DEBUG:root:Creating Programs Dialog...
> DEBUG:root:Creating Shortcuts Dialog...
> DEBUG:root:Setting up connections...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Tools...
> DEBUG:root:Registering Objects...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Actions...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Menus...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Toolbars...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Statusbar...
> DEBUG:root:Initializing Single Application Server...
> DEBUG:root:Activating Plugins...
> DEBUG:root:Restoring Toolbarmanager...
> DEBUG:root:Shutting down, result 0
> On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 19:05, detlev <detlev at die-offenbachs.de> wrote:
>> I can't reproduce the issue on my Windows systems (Win 7 and XP).
>> Please try to install PyQt4, sip, ... from sources to make sure, the
>> issue is not related to the PyQt4 installer.
>> If you want to get rid of the DOS window, simply create a link to
>> eric4.pyw on your desktop.
>> On Mittwoch, 24. März 2010, Francesco Biccari wrote:
>>> I am a new user of eric4.
>>> I use Windows Vista 32 bit.
>>> I installed in order Python 2.6.5 (Windows installer), Qt
>>> (qt-sdk-win-opensource-2010.02.1.exe file, maybe it was not necessary
>>> because PyQt already have all the needed files), PyQt
>>> (PyQt-Py2.6-gpl-4.7.2-1.exe) and eric4 (eric4-4.4.2).
>>> Everything, except for eric4, works fine (even simple program with
>>> some Qt widgets).
>>> eric4 works well but when I close the program, a Windows pop-up
>>> appears saying: "pythonw has stopped working".
>>> I try to edit the file eric4.bat substituting pythonw with python but
>>> the error becomes "python has stopped working".
>>> Moreover, just for your information, when I launch the script
>>> eric4.bat a DOS window remains opened.
>>> I think this is wrong because pythonw is exactly used for this
>>> I would like to solve this very annoying problem.
>>> Thank you for your help.
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>>> Eric at riverbankcomputing.com
>> Detlev Offenbach
>> detlev at die-offenbachs.de
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