python38.dll #3

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opened 1 year ago by flywire · 6 comments
flywire commented 1 year ago

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Must be in pip directory if not in path.

![image](/attachments/1aa25a25-5f0c-49d2-a18f-945f409fc9ef) Must be in pip directory if not in path.
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I guess it is Windows...

always share you operate system and version of LibreOffice

I guess it is Windows... always share you operate system and version of LibreOffice
Owner

LibreOffice not include Py3.8 yet, but I test with next release 7.2 with Py3.8 and work fine.

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LibreOffice not include Py3.8 yet, but I test with next release 7.2 with Py3.8 and work fine. ![image](/attachments/0e7750c1-843c-4a64-9455-49449e20da7c)
elmau closed this issue 1 year ago
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No it doesn't "work fine" or user would never see this message: https://ask.libreoffice.org/t/install-python-package-for-libre-office/66934/15

It will not work with a fresh install with no path statement. Win10 needs this DLL to run the program. If it works for you it is becasue it is in the current directory or path.

Install needs to check pip has access to that DLL.

No it doesn't "work fine" or user would never see this message: https://ask.libreoffice.org/t/install-python-package-for-libre-office/66934/15 It will not work with a fresh install with no path statement. Win10 needs this DLL to run the program. If it works for you it is becasue it is in the current directory or path. Install needs to check pip has access to that DLL.
Owner

I tested in fresh installation with Libo 7.2 and work fine

I tested in fresh installation with Libo 7.2 and work fine
Poster

You're the programmer. How do you explain this window appearing?

My explaination:

Win10 needs this DLL to run the program. If it works for you it is becasue it is in the current directory or path.

And suggested solution:

Install needs to check pip has access to that DLL.

You're the programmer. How do you explain this window appearing? My explaination: > Win10 needs this DLL to run the program. If it works for you it is becasue it is in the current directory or path. And suggested solution: > Install needs to check pip has access to that DLL.
Owner

Windows 10 or any version, are very mmm... "uniques", for say softly...

again, in my test work fine...

Windows 10 or any version, are very mmm... "uniques", for say softly... again, in my test work fine...
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