How do you do....it? Thread, Python IDLE in Technical; Originally Posted by catchpolej
Hi, "It's only a matter of time...I think you are right.
I have asked our technicians ...
7th December 2012, 08:02 PM #16
I'm slightly confused as to what you're asking exactly...
Originally Posted by catchpolej
If it's being blocked by GPO it's blocked because it's set to block exe's. Unless the technicians have installed it somewhere that the GPOs aren't blocking, or give you a way to elevate your rights there isn't anything you can do. Think by default Python drops itself into C:\, which by default isn't a "safe" area for GPOs (Normally it's program files etc). The technicians need to change the settings.
"Python IDLE" is an exe, so I'm not sure what you're asking in terms of does it run an exe if you stay within the IDE. It's just the python exe with a pretty GUI. A python script that is run within it won't spawn a secondary exe if that's what you mean? (Not like how a programming language will create an exe, scripting just interprets it)
Thanks to Steve21 from:
catchpolej (9th December 2012)
7th December 2012, 08:51 PM #17
If your already programming in JAVA then chances are you are using Eclipse.
There is a Python plugin for it here.. It works with Python, IronPython and Jython
9th December 2012, 09:35 AM #18
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The GPO is set to block exe's. I will see if your advice about changing the settings of where Python installs itself work.
"A python script that is run within it won't spawn a secondary exe if that's what you mean?"
Yes that is what I meant by my question.
9th December 2012, 09:37 AM #19
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We are using Greenfoot and BlueJ for the moment for JAVA - less options to distract from the coding but thanks for the tip.
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