Saturday, December 31, 2011

Re: startproject will NOT work.

On Dec 31, 6:48 pm, Bart Nagel <> wrote:
> At 2011-12-31 15:43:36 -0800, Chris Kavanagh wrote:
> > Ok, I CAN start the Python Interpreter from the command line by just
> > typing "python" then "enter".
> > I saved the file "" in the Python Scripts folder. When I try to
> > run it from command prompt, I get the message  "python: can't open
> > file '': [Errno 2] No such file or directory".
> > The only way I CAN get it to open, is to change (cd into) into the
> > python scripts folder (where I saved then run it (type
> > "python" in command prompt). So, obviously something is wrong.
> No, that's not wrong, that's how it should be. The python interpreter
> is in your path, but you're telling the interpreter which file to run.
> If you tell it to run a file and there is no such file in the
> current directory, it's correct to give you an error message.
> Does this little script tell you correctly the number of arguments you
> pass to it?
> --bart

Yes, it tells me the number of args.

BTW, thanks for the patience.

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