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Re: How to tell WinCvs where is Python?

From: Mike Ayers
Subject: Re: How to tell WinCvs where is Python?
Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2003 21:53:45 -0800
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Richard Uhlmann wrote:
I just installed
When I invoked the program the first time
it searches for tcl and python

For future questions regarding WinCVS, you will get best results posting to the cvsgui mailing list (address@hidden).

After this I installed:
tcl823.exe and Python-2.3a1.exe
ok this is an alpha release
but also with the official version 2.2
NOT in Administrator mode (dlls are locally)

Hmmm - I don't know if nonlocal Python installations are supported. Best check the docs available at the cvsgui site (now

If you are installing the latest Python, you do not need to install tcl, unless you wish to write tcl scripts.

everytime I invoke WinCvs I get the ErrorMessage:
WinCvs could not find Python 2.1 ...
My Operating System is Windows NT 4.0

        Is the Python executable in your path?



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