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How do I display the contents of a file in a window using PyWin?



Dec 21 '06 #1
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import win32ui
from pywin.mfc import docview

t = object_template ()
d = t.OpenDocumentF ile("d:/temp/music.log", True)

Crashes PythonWin

Dec 21 '06 #2
In <11************ **********@79g2 000cws.googlegr oups.com>, MiguelS wrote:
import win32ui
from pywin.mfc import docview

t = object_template ()
d = t.OpenDocumentF ile("d:/temp/music.log", True)

Crashes PythonWin
What do you mean by `crashes`? Any chance you get a name error like::

NameError: name 'object_templat e' is not defined


Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
Dec 21 '06 #3
Sorry, the code I posted was wrong. I tried
import win32ui
from pywin.mfc import docview

t = docview.DocTemp late()
t.OpenDocumentF ile("d:/temp/music.log", True)

This caused windows to close PythonWin.

Dec 21 '06 #4
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At Thursday 21/12/2006 13:51, MiguelS wrote:
>import win32ui
from pywin.mfc import docview

t = docview.DocTemp late()
t.OpenDocument File("d:/temp/music.log", True)

This caused windows to close PythonWin.
This appears to be a problem with pywin32.
Using release 209 for Python 2.4 I get an Access Violation.

Also I've noticed that this idiom:

win32ui.GetApp( ).RemoveDocTemp late(template)
except NameError:
# haven't run this before - that's ok

doesn't work anymore because RemoveDocTempla te raises a different
exception now.
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