Author lemburg
Recipients ezio.melotti, lemburg, portella
Date 2009-07-06.09:04:34
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Ezio Melotti wrote:
> Ezio Melotti <ezio.melotti@gmail.com> added the comment:
> 
> Here are the results.
> Windows Vista SP2 in English
>   Python 3.0.1:
>   >>> platform.platform()
>   'Windows-Vista-6.0.6002-SP2'
>   >>> platform.version()
>   '6.0.6002'
>   >>> platform.win32_ver()
>   ('Vista', '6.0.6002', 'SP2', 'Multiprocessor Free')
> 
>   Python 2.6.2:
>   >>> platform.platform()
>   'Windows-Vista-6.0.6002-SP2'
>   >>> platform.version()
>   '6.0.6002'
>   >>> platform.win32_ver()
>   ('Vista', '6.0.6002', 'SP2', u'Multiprocessor Free')
> 
> Windows 2003 Server SP2 in English
>   Python 3.1
>   >>> platform.platform()
>   'Windows-2003Server-5.2.3790-SP2'
>   >>> platform.version()
>   '5.2.3790'
>   >>> platform.win32_ver()
>   ('2003Server', '5.2.3790', 'SP2', 'Uniprocessor Free')

Thanks.

> Everything seems fine, however I don't have any non-English Windows
> here. 

Indeed.

> Do you know if it's possible to download and install language
> packs and if they may affect the text in the version? If so, I could try
> to do it and see if I can reproduce the original issue.

I'm not sure whether that would make a difference.

On XP this does not make a difference - I've tested this with
a German Win XP version.

I think the best strategy is to run win32_ver() through the
pdb debugger in step-by-step mode and on the Vista machine
where you saw the problem.

BTW: Do you have the win32 tools installed on that machine ?
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