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installing 2.4

I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The
first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I
ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Jive wrote:
I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The
first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I
ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?


Install all new versions (compatible with 2.4) of any *extension
modules* that you are using, such as Numeric. Only pure Python
code can run without change on a newer interpreter. Anything
that has a .pyd or .so file (i.e. dynamic libraries, containing
C code that follows the Python extension API conventions) must
be recompiled for the new version.

-Peter
Jul 18 '05 #2
Gack! I can't run it under 2.3 anymore either! Dag nab it!
"Jive" <so*****@micros oft.com> wrote in message
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I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The
first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?

Jul 18 '05 #3
Well ain't that a kick in the pants?

Version 2.3 is broke now, so I'm kind of stuck. I haven't found a 2.4
version of Numeric. Do you know where to find one?
"Peter Hansen" <pe***@engcorp. com> wrote in message
news:co******** **@utornnr1pp.g rouptelecom.net ...
Jive wrote:
I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?


Install all new versions (compatible with 2.4) of any *extension
modules* that you are using, such as Numeric. Only pure Python
code can run without change on a newer interpreter. Anything
that has a .pyd or .so file (i.e. dynamic libraries, containing
C code that follows the Python extension API conventions) must
be recompiled for the new version.

-Peter

Jul 18 '05 #4
Correction. It still runs under 2.3. However, Pythonwin now doesn't work
right under 2.3. The interactive window grabs the cursor and won't let it
go. I have to go to the task manager to kill Pythonwin.
"Jive" <so*****@micros oft.com> wrote in message
news:E8******** *************@n ews.easynews.co m...
I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The
first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?

Jul 18 '05 #5
Jive wrote:
I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The
first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I
ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?


Install all new versions (compatible with 2.4) of any *extension
modules* that you are using, such as Numeric. Only pure Python
code can run without change on a newer interpreter. Anything
that has a .pyd or .so file (i.e. dynamic libraries, containing
C code that follows the Python extension API conventions) must
be recompiled for the new version.

-Peter
Jul 18 '05 #6
Well ain't that a kick in the pants?

Version 2.3 is broke now, so I'm kind of stuck. I haven't found a 2.4
version of Numeric. Do you know where to find one?
"Peter Hansen" <pe***@engcorp. com> wrote in message
news:co******** **@utornnr1pp.g rouptelecom.net ...
Jive wrote:
I just now installed 2.4. I naively copied my site-package from 2.3. The first program I tried to run, which uses the gnuplot package, got this
error, complaining about module Numeric:

ImportError: Module use of python23.dll conflicts with this version of
Python.

Grumble: Why does Numeric reference a module by release number?

My real question is, what all do I have to do in order to get the programs I ran under 2.3 to work with 2.4?


Install all new versions (compatible with 2.4) of any *extension
modules* that you are using, such as Numeric. Only pure Python
code can run without change on a newer interpreter. Anything
that has a .pyd or .so file (i.e. dynamic libraries, containing
C code that follows the Python extension API conventions) must
be recompiled for the new version.

-Peter

Jul 18 '05 #7
Jive wrote:
Well ain't that a kick in the pants?

Version 2.3 is broke now, so I'm kind of stuck. I haven't found a 2.4
version of Numeric. Do you know where to find one?


Since 2.4 has only been released for a few days, it'll probably be a
short while yet before all the various third-party package maintainers
get a chance to build 2.4 versions of their packages. Your main options
at this point are to wait, or to do compile it yourself from source, or
to convince/bribe someone else to compile it from source for you. I
expect that a major package like Numeric will have 2.4-compiled binary
distributions pretty soon.

As for 2.3 being broken, check your application path and file
associations. You may be inadvertently running the 2.3 version of
Pythonwin under the 2.4 interpreter.

Jeff Shannon
Technician/Programmer
Credit International

Jul 18 '05 #8
Jive wrote:
Well ain't that a kick in the pants?

Version 2.3 is broke now, so I'm kind of stuck. I haven't found a 2.4
version of Numeric. Do you know where to find one?


Since 2.4 has only been released for a few days, it'll probably be a
short while yet before all the various third-party package maintainers
get a chance to build 2.4 versions of their packages. Your main options
at this point are to wait, or to do compile it yourself from source, or
to convince/bribe someone else to compile it from source for you. I
expect that a major package like Numeric will have 2.4-compiled binary
distributions pretty soon.

As for 2.3 being broken, check your application path and file
associations. You may be inadvertently running the 2.3 version of
Pythonwin under the 2.4 interpreter.

Jeff Shannon
Technician/Programmer
Credit International

Jul 18 '05 #9
I am befuddled. I've re-installed everything I can think of, but I still
get this behavior: I start up Pythonwin. Sometimes the interactive window
shows the copyright stuff; sometimes it doesn't; In any case, I can't close
it by clicking on the X button at the top right of the main window. The
interactive window seems to have the focus monopolized. I have to go to the
task manager to kill it.

As for checking the "applicatio n path", I don't know what that means.

I am rather disappointed with this turn of events.
Jul 18 '05 #10

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