>>> That's what I have. My box (vmware) is pretty much a new XP installation
>>> with no old Python installation except a local Zope installation which
>>> its own Python (but not registered anywhere in the registry).
>> I'm not sure what local Zope installation (LZI) means. Running a
>> Windows Zope installer always writes registry keys, so if your LZI was
>> created by running a Windows Zope installer, you do have stuff in the
>> registry pointing at it. I don't know why that would matter, but
>> maybe it does.
> So what would be the solution to get b2 running without touching this
> installation (which I need for my work)?
I don't know -- I'm still not even sure what LZI means to you.
Resolution probably depends on some detail I wouldn't be able to
guess, and I have no experience trying to run more than one installed
Zope on a Windows box. Anyone else? Whatever LZI is, if it were my
box I'd uninstall it, and reinstall it later (the uninstall process
would leave its Zope instance home alone).
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