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Re: Getting Python to run Python Scripts in cygwin

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Le Thursday 19 June 2008 18:14:03 Calvin Cheng, vous avez écrit*:
Hi guys,

This may be a cygwin issue but I was hoping to get some answers here
as well if someone has fixed this problem before.

Basically, I am able to run "python <scriptname>.py" python files in
command prompt. Unfortunately, I can't seem to get it to work in
cygwin. I always get an error that says:
python: can't open file '<scriptname>.py': [Errno 2] No such file or
directory
I don't think this is a python problem. Unlike dos, unix (and cygwin) dont
look for executables in the current dir by default. Do you correctly
type './yourscript.py' rather than 'yourcript.py' ?
If it doesn't help it might be an end-line problem : python doesn't care about
them, but the shebang line is parsed by cygwin and should match the end-line
style you've chosen at cygwin installation time. (See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newline#Common_problems)

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Cédric Lucantis
Jun 27 '08 #1
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