Thanks for the comments. I may be able to use this to get it working out of
the box with the Windows package.
On Jan 14, 2013 6:08 PM, <nathan.k...@daimler.com> wrote:
> Sorry if is not in the correct thread, I did not have an actual message to
> Slightly off topic:
> You should eliminate the step where you modify zim.py to include "import
> enchant" and instead add the installed location of Enchant to your windows
> path. eg: C:\Python26\Lib\site-packages\enchant
> If anyone can update https://lists.launchpad.net/zim-wiki/msg01458.htmlthat
> might be good.
> On topic:
> Using python 2.6, Windows XP 64bit, and Zim 0.58 started via a shortcut
> with target: "C:\Program Files (x86)\zim-0.58\zim.pyw" --standalone
> So far everything works, no extra console, Ctrl+O works, F1 opens manual,
> spell checker works.
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