Re: [xep-support] ditype

From: Dave Pawson <>
Date: Thu May 08 2008 - 09:58:00 PDT

2008/5/8 Michael Sulyaev <>:
> Dave Pawson wrote:
>> I give up :-)
> Hello Dave, please do not give up, it must be simple.
> I've got an FC8 (virtual) up and running,
> and formatted a document. Without any issue. Nothing like the python socket
> trouble you've reported.
> I'll give you access to my machine (off-list) and I am certain to make it
> work on yours.
> First of all, after bin/ditype-server start there must appear two processes
> ($I is where DiType is installed):
> $I/env/bin/python $I/lib/pi/ditype/ -c $I/etc/ditype.conf
> $I/lib/lambda /tmp/lambda8aOraww

$ps -aux shows nothing of those two?

> (If that's not true, edit bin/ditype-server to collect logs (where the
> 'start' options does nohup ... >/dev/null))

[dpawson@marge ditype]$ cat nohup.out
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/myjava/ditype/lib/pi/ditype/", line 15, in ?
    from engine import Engine, CliserError
  File "/myjava/ditype/lib/pi/ditype/", line 8, in ?
    import threading, socket
  File "/usr/lib/python2.5/", line 714, in ?
    from thread import stack_size
ImportError: cannot import name stack_size

I thought it should be using *your* python (2.4?)
looks like its picking up my python?

> Next, I'll send you a copy of pure C ditype client which may replace your
> python-based default one.

Worth finding out Michael?


Dave Pawson
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