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Require Debug Version of Pywin32 Build 163


I urgently requires the Pywin32 Build 163 (win32all package) in debug
version along with the source code. I tried to get the code from
sourceforge.net CVS server. But unfortunately due to some problems i could
not able to get the same. Can any one provide the sourcecode along with
debug binaries ?

Please send the same to my email id. du************* @rediffmail.com


Jul 18 '05 #1
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