I have a question about python installing. I try to install program which
require Python 2.2. I installed this version of python software, but when I
try to install software which use Python I have an error - incorrect version
of python.dll is installed. I'm not a python specialist but I have to use it
for this program. Answer me please if I have to set some environment
variables for use python? I have windows XP version. I will be gratefull for
Gerhard Häring <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message news:<(E-Mail Removed)>...
> Jacek Potrymaj o wrote:
> > I installed this version of python software, but when I
> > try to install software which use Python I have an error - incorrect ve
> > of python.dll is installed. [...]
> Is that the exact error message you get? If not, please tell us the
> exact error message.
> You wonder why I don't believe that this is the exact error message?
> There is no such thing as a python.dll on Windows. The Python DLLs
> always carry the major and minor version numbers, like python21.dll or
Gerhard is correct, as far back as Python 1.5 (determined by searching
for python*.dll on my machine). Jacek, ignore any suggestions to the
contrary. Not sure what's going on there; either (a) inappropriate use
of the time machine or (b) bot rot or (c) the bot has been hacked ...