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Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
welp, brb
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
Try replacing env with set in that same command
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
uhh, not getting an error, but not the desired outcome. its not runnig the test code which i supposed to state the version of python
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
The env cmd?
That will not print the python version
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
the set cmd
not its set LANG=en_US.UTF-8 "%F", but not getting anything
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
I don't know what the tutorial is trying to accomplish but to print the python vesion from a Komodo command tool you could do %(python3) -V
set LANG=en_US.UTF-8 "%F", this will not print the python version
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
well, heres the code im tryna run
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
I have no idea what its meant to do to be honest
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233

import platform

print('This is python version {}'.format(platform.python_version()))

its supposed ti be a run command shortcut
so if you want to run your code, thats a command you can do
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
Ahh, ok try %(python3) %F
or just python %F
That might do it
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
ython: can't open file 'C:\Users\Ptar': [Errno 2] No such file or directory
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
When you get a partial path like that in an error it means you need to wrap what ever it's referencing in quotes
Probably the %F in your case so "%F"
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
okay, everything works now, thank you.
honestly
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
Welcome to programming!
Trust no one :|
haha kidding.
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
eh, im just tryna learn new things
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
Good.
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
ya
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
It's really fun, trust me
But i do recommend using a different tutorial
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
welp. i bet, but i spent the whole day upset at the stupidity of the setup
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
I base that souly on how long the forum thread is, all because of that tutorial.
haha ya, that happens
It gets a lot easier
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
setup is hell for anything, but once its done, its smooth sailing
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
Yep! until you have to do it again!
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
oh god
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
And then docker was born
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
docker?
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
oh...never mind. That was partly a joke.
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
rip
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
HA
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
HA
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
It's a tool that makes setting up environments a lot easier
But might not be what you need quite yet
Stuxnet233
@Stuxnet233
oh? sounds lovely, if i get to that point of my education
edubPDX
@edubPDX
I tried the GIT add-on and got the error "Not compatible with version of Komodo" I am currently using Komode IDE v12. I restarted Komodo and GIT is now available in my menu bar, but nothing works. Is the GIT add-on compatible with Komodo IDE v12?
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
@edubPDX , just use Komodo IDE. It's free now and has Git integration by default.
LagLug
@laglugcom_twitter
how can i see methods or functions' return type in calltips autocomplete on codeintelligent ?? in some other editors we can see it
Carey Hoffman
@th3coop
@laglugcom_twitter could you provide a little more context? Language? Sample code? If the code has the right code comments then it should work.