this shit not starting
christ that’s worse than some yahoo code conflicting with my build
What specific build of Python 3 do you have installed on your machine? You can find out by running either
python3 in the terminal.
Specifically, what part of the Yahoo! frontend is causing trouble?
Well, you have a version of Python that supports the
enum library, so that’s been confirmed.
After reading some of the documentation for
enum, it seems that it isn’t referenced in Escargot’s codebase correctly. It should be imported as
Also, I can’t stress this enough. Go checkout the code in the
dev branch for the latest code and fixes.
It seems pretty clear that your version of Python doesn’t support typechecking. You’ll have to upgrade to at least 3.6 and above for Escargot to function normally.
ok, it’s on a debian-based system, yeah so?
It seems that you have to explicitly run
python3.6 to use Python 3.6. On the latest version of Ubuntu, this should be installed by default. Else you’ll have to update the
apt-get database and then install
doesn’t like… escargot not work on anything that isnt a 64-bit version of Windows 7 or higher
I did say to update the
apt database first.
Do you even know what version of Ubuntu you use? Assuming it’s the latest version (18.04 ATM), just go on and run
python3.6 as normal.
@veselcraft just told you he’s using Ubuntu.
yes i know, but… doesn’t one of the dep’s for escargot need x64 VS 2015~
The HLL implementation Escargot uses is in C, yes, but I’m pretty sure any compiler can compile it.
i have version 16.04.2 lts, not last