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python crashes in Komodo

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Using the Komodo IDE under XP I often get "python.exe has encountered a
problem and needs to close". Running python direct on the same app
gives a list index out of bounds error. Any ideas how to get Komodo to
give the proper error?

Mar 12 '06 #1
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[swisscheese wrote]
Using the Komodo IDE under XP I often get "python.exe has encountered a
problem and needs to close". Running python direct on the same app
gives a list index out of bounds error. Any ideas how to get Komodo to
give the proper error?


Jim,
Have you logged a bug in our bug tracker?
http://bugs.activestate.com/Komodo/enter_bug.cgi
My apologies if you have and we haven't had a chance to get to it.

Note that we'd need specific details to have a chance at knowing what
the problem was. Komodo version. Python version. An example Python
script showing the crash would be invaluable. What OS are you on. Etc.
etc.

Trent

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Mar 12 '06 #2

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Komodo ver 3.5.2, build 227162, platform win32-ix86.
XP SP 2
Python 2.4.2

I did not think to enter the bug as it is so basic - list index out of
bounds. When I run python at a dos prompt python handles the error
properly.

In Komodo, a simple case like this is no problem.
x = [1,2,3]
print x[4]

I'll see if I can get the time to create an app that shows the problem.

Mar 12 '06 #3

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"swisscheese" wrote:
Using the Komodo IDE under XP I often get "python.exe has encountered a
problem and needs to close". Running python direct on the same app
gives a list index out of bounds error. Any ideas how to get Komodo to
give the proper error?


is your application using any non-standard (i.e. non-bundled) C extensions ?

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Mar 13 '06 #4

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> any non-standard (i.e. non-bundled) C extensions ?

No.

Mar 13 '06 #5

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