_sre Import Error Python 2.3.3 Final Win98SE

Discussion in 'Python' started by DogWalker, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. DogWalker

    DogWalker Guest

    Python 2.3.3 failed to import the _sre [_sre.pyd] distributed with it. Said
    it couldn't find it but it could find, for instance, _csv which is in the
    same folder.

    I replaced the version of _sre.pyd of 2003Dec18 with the version of
    2003Sep23 and the import succeeded.

    The windows installer added a couple of environmental variables: PYTHON_LIB
    looked suspect: c:\Python23\Libs\python22.lib

    I had the windows installer install Python 2.3.3 Final in the same folder as
    the previous version of Python2.3, creating backup copies of replaced files.

    Did I do something wrong? Should I replace other _sre files, too?
     
    DogWalker, Dec 27, 2003
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