[IPython-dev] 0.9 Windows installer still not working for me!?!?

Brian Granger ellisonbg.net@gmail....
Thu Sep 4 12:34:43 CDT 2008


Thanks for the tip, I didn't know about this.  I will probably do what
you suggest, as well as creating .bat files as well.

Cheers,

Brian

On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 10:04 AM, Jörgen Stenarson
<jorgen.stenarson@bostream.nu> wrote:
> Brian Granger skrev:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am trying to test IPython 0.9 on Win32 in preparation for the
>> release.  Here is how I am building the installer:
>>
>> python setup.py bdist_wininst --install-script=ipython_win_post_install.py
>>
>> I need to build my own installer because I am working off a private
>> branch that has some bug fixes.  Then I just double click to install.
>>
>> Everything installs fine.....but, there are no .exe files created
>> (ipython.exe, ipcontroller.exe, etc.).
>>
>> When I install using an egg and easy_install, the .exe files get
>> created just fine.
>>
>> Is the Win32 installer still broken or am I doing something really
>> stupid?  I don't @#$* about Windows and I would consider this to be a
>> show stopper for the 0.9 release (unless someone can point out what
>> stupid thing I am doing).
>>
>> Can someone with Win32 karma point the way here?
>>
>
> I usually add .py and .pyw to PATHEXT and %PYTHON_INSTALL_DIR%/scripts to
> PATH to ensure I can just type ipython at the commandprompt. With these
> environment variables set, I can run ipython just fine at the cmd-prompt
> after running a windows installer from latest trunk.
>
> It looks like the ipython shell script in %PYTHON%/Scripts is copied to
> ipython.py on line 76 in ipython_win_post_install.py perhaps the other
> scripts should be given the same treatment.
>
> The last time I looked at using ipython from an egg in windows there was
> some weirdness. Caused by the ipython.exe file launching another process
> to run python and when you did ctrl-c only one of the processes where killed
> causing really strange behaviour. But this was several years ago.
>
> /Jörgen
>
>
>


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