Thanks for the reply, I did get this running, right from source even.

The magic bullet was pypiwin32, I needed that on python 2.7.13

On Mar 18, 2017 4:16 AM, "Zann" <e-z...@gmx.net> wrote:

> Hi Stephen,
>
> The README-BUILD-win32.txt [1] is pretty good, I was able to produce a
> Windows installer for 0.65 using this guide, only with few minor (and
> almost obvious) adjustments. Also, look at [2], the official home of Zim
> for Windows - I remember getting a few pointers there too.
>
> By the way, you should be able to run Zim as any other Python code
> straight from the source. I might be forgetting things, but I think it
> worked for me when I tried it - give it a shot.
>
> -Z.
>
> [1] http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~jaap.karssenberg/zim/pyzim/
> view/head:/windows/README-BUILD-win32.txt
> [2] http://www.glump.net/software/zim-windows
>
>
>
> Friday, March 17, 2017, 6:46:24 AM, Stephen Dintaman wrote:
>
> SD> Hello, I'm trying to troubleshoot bug # 1279270
>
> SD> This seems to be a windows exclusive bug, and the source code does not
> seem easily portable to windows.  Is there a proper method for compiling
> this for windows for testing purposes?
>
>
>
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