Le Thu, 26 Feb 2009 12:30:56 +0530,
Mahela Munasinghe <mahela007(a)gmail.com> s'exprima ainsi:
> Le Thu, 26 Feb 2009 10:51:09 +0530,
> Mahela Munasinghe <mahela007(a)gmail.com> s'exprima ainsi:
>> hi.. I'm a new user of geany. I seem to be having a problem running
>> python scripts
>> I use kubuntu and I have python 2.5 AND python 3.0 installed. However
>> when I save the file and hit F5 to run it I get a message saying
>> "09:57:32: Could not find terminal "xterm" (check path for
>> setting in Preferences)"
>> what's wrong?
> Not 100% sure. First learn which python is the default one for your OS
> with which python
> Geany executes your script using an OS commant defined under build/run
> command. You will probably find there python "%f"
> Don't know why this does not properly launch python, but you should try
> setting one of the python version's full path instead /usr/bin/python
> You can dynamically change version if needed by setting the path found
> under which python2.5
> which python3.0
> [this is maybe a possible 'how', but I would like to know the
where can I change this path? is there an option in
geany or do i have
to edit a text file?
I have not geany in english ;-)
But it should be in the menu "build", then something like "define includes
and options", then "run command".
What appears there is read from your file type definition files -- section [build] -- see
the doc for changing that settings by default.
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