<div>Hi...</div> <div>I assume that you mean to make modification to the path to the python interpreter in Zope at the \etc\zope.conf right?</div> <div> </div> <div>what lines should I add or modify?</div> <div><BR><BR><B><I>Tino Wildenhain <firstname.lastname@example.org></I></B> wrote:</div> <BLOCKQUOTE class=replbq style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid">Allen Huang schrieb:<BR>> I want to install PIL into zope but I couldn't use the installation package since python that came with zope isn't register on windows. <BR>> <BR>> so I installed python 2.3 seperately and I found some artical on the zope website and it said to <BR>> - decompress and PIL package and move<BR>> - Copy the PIL folder and the pil.pth file from your Python folder into: YourZopeFolder/lib/python <BR>> - Copy _imaging.pyd, _imagingtk.pyd, tk83.dll and tcl83.dll into YourZopeFolder/bin/DLLs<BR>> - Copy PIL folder in Zope\lib\python\PIL<BR>>
<BR>> I did all that but I'm not sure if PIL now work with zope or not...<BR><BR>I dont know why people like it so complicated :-) You simply install<BR>windows python in the same version your zope uses (also<BR>add win32 extensions with the nice IDE at will) as well as your<BR>PIL package. Then just change the path to the python interpreter in<BR>your Zope installation to the system python and viola.<BR><BR>> I started importing External Script using PIL but all I get is -- 'module' object has no attribute 'Image'<BR>> <BR>> Can someone tell me how I can check if PIL works?<BR><BR>I'd go to the examples section. On the PIL website.<BR><BR>> Does anyone have a simple PIL coding I could use?<BR><BR>I believe the zope book, section advanced scripting<BR>has some examples.<BR><BR><BR>Regards<BR>Tino<BR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR><p>
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