[Stackless] What's wrong with stackless python under Windows 7?
neil.young at freenet.de
Fri Mar 26 23:50:34 CET 2010
Cool. Thanks. 2.6.5 works for me. Should be good enough.
Richard Tew schrieb:
> On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 10:49 AM, neil.young <neil.young at freenet.de> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> new here. I just wanted to give Stackless Python a try. I started with
>> 2.6.5, because my latest "ordinary" Python installation was a 2.6.1. I'm a
>> Windows user. Download and installation went fine. I started to write a
>> small script, copied from the stackless page. Strange enough, it had some
>> problems with types, ending with a "?" (never seen that before in Python).
> If you copied that script from a wiki, then you may have gotten wiki
> formatting in the script. The ? means that some word is interpreted
> as a possible link and not a part of a script.
>> However, I thought I had an issue with 2.6.5, deinstalled it all, downloaded
>> 3.1.1 and installed it. Now the things are getting really worse: This is the
>> trace of a small console:
>> Python 3.1.1 Stackless 3.1b3 060516 (release31-maint, Oct 3 2009, 16:29:47)
>> C v.1500 32 bit (Intel)] on win32
>> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>>>> import stackless
>>>>> def print_x(x):
>> ... print x
>> File "<stdin>", line 2
>> print x
>> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
>> Hmm. What the hell is wrong with "print x"? By the way: Every print command
>> ends up in "Invalid syntax". That's really fun :)
> Look into the difference between Python 2.x and Python 3.x. This and
> similar changes is kind of the point of Python 3.x, that print is a
> function not a statement any more.
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