J Cameron Cooper
Wed, 26 Mar 2003 15:44:58 -0600
>I'm working on an intranet Zwiki and want to use it for project management.
>I need to know all the details. Using an IDE I can walk through all the code
>and this provides a very good learning curve for me.
Well, that's an awfully dilligent due-dilligence there.
>I've installed python23 on my system but zope is not using it because it
>uses python21 that came with the installation. If I use python23 to run
>p2.py, I get an error saying that python21.dll is not compatible.
>My biggest problem now is to run zope with pyton23. Any idea's ??
Yep. That would be a big problem. Zope 2.6 is "officially supported" on
Python 2.1.3, and is said to work on Python 2.2. It may or may not deal
well with Python 2.3a. I haven't heard one way or the other.
If you really want to try, you'll have to compile it yourself from
source, using your python2.3. This may be more difficult on Windows, as
it doesn't ship with a compiler.
Unless you have a very pressing reason to use that version of Python, my
suggestion is to just forget about it. Even if you have something that
uses Python 2.3 and 2.3 only, try to access it out of process, which is
probably easier than working with Zope under an untested Python version.