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f4bo
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« on: October 16, 2006, 04:30:48 pm »

another presumed issue here on ubuntu dapper with CS pseudo stable:
coming from this document I tried the python bindings using the second method suggested, using CS with a stand-alone python script and launching all the tutorial<n>.py serie I got this:

~/cssdk/share/crystalspace/bindings/python$ python tutorial0.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
? File "tutorial0.py", line 92, in ?
? ? if not csInitializer.SetupEventHandler(object_reg, EventHandler):
? File "/home/fuffy/cssdk/share/crystalspace/bindings/python/cspace.py", line 13149, in _csInitializer_SetupEventHandler
? ? hdlr = _EventHandlerFuncWrapper(obj)
? File "/home/fuffy/cssdk/share/crystalspace/bindings/python/cspace.py", line 13137, in __init__
? ? csPyEventHandler.__init__(self)
? File "/home/fuffy/cssdk/share/crystalspace/bindings/python/cspace.py", line 13133, in __init__
? ? _csPyEventHandler.__init__(self, self)
TypeError: __init__() takes exactly 1 argument (2 given)


I guess a cspace.py bug but maybe not: anyone knows what's goin' on here?
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