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python ScriptControl error in Excel while running fine in python

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I am trying to use ScriptControl under Excel (Windows XP) with the

Global sc As New MSScriptControl.ScriptControl

Public Function os_getcwd()
sc.Language = "python"
sc.ExecuteStatement ("import os")
os_getcwd = sc.Eval("os.getcwd()")
End Function

When setting the language to python I have the error "A script engine
for the specified language..."

On the other side, under python, the translated code:

import win32com.client

sc.Language = "python"
sc.ExecuteStatement ("import os")
print sc.Eval("os.getcwd()")

works without any problem !

So, is it possible that a different set of permissions for languages
available in ScriptControl is used when executed from Excel or from
python ?
Is it possible to ask the available languages to ScriptControl ?

Well, in fact I am totally puzzled by this behaviour so any help is
welcome :-)


PS: could you reply to my email address as I do not read regularly
c.l.p. ? thanks
Jul 18 '05 #1
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