On Mon, 4 Dec 2006, Rachel Florentine wrote:
From: Jan Grant <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>I don't think it makes much sense, no. Zope is python-based and unless
>>you're building products that rely on native libraries, what you
>>describe doesn't sound like an accurate diagnosis. It's more likely
>>(this is a stab in the dark) that you're running a script to regerate
>>.pyc files; these are precompiled python bytecode files that are built
>>from the corresponding .py files.
>I don't have my references in front of me, but I ran into an error when
>I tried to runzope that I didn't understand, so I yahoo'd it and
>discovered that my c libraries were corrupted. It was recommended I run
>a certain command to clean them up. I ran that command and everything
>went smoothly. I repeated this process a few times. So yes, I'm sure
>that's what I did.
When you have a chance, it'd be nice to get a detailed error report
(including the command you were running to clean up the libraries).
jan grant, ISYS, University of Bristol. http://www.bris.ac.uk/
Tel +44 (0)117 3317661 http://ioctl.org/jan/
...and then three milkmaids turned up
(to the delight and delactation of the crowd).
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