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Fatal Python error: PyThreadState_Get: no current thread

From: Robert Thomas Kern <ker...@mail.ncifcrf.gov>
Mon, 03 May 1999 19:30:23 GMT
[posted and e-mailed to Timothy Docker]

On Thu, 29 Apr 1999 10:45:41 -0400, "Darrell" <news at dorb.com> wrote:

>I was just trouble shooting a problem like this. I was using python.exe and>a xxx.pyd. The xxx.pyd had debug turned on and should have been named>xxx_d.pyd. When I ran with python_d.exe the "no current thread" error>cleared up.>>If your lucky the Windows and Unix ports have this in common.

Close enough.  This error occurs when an extension module uses a
python library (libpython1.5.a, python15.lib, python15_d.lib, and so
on) that is not the one that the interpreter uses.  To eliminate it,
scan your directories for old libraries and remove them.  Then link
against The-One-True-Library that the interpreter links against.  You
can also try a clean install. 

>--Darrell>>>Timothy Docker <timd at macquarie.com.au> wrote in message>news:m4izp3rc21l.fsf at macquarie.com.au...>>>>>> I've seen questions related to this error in dejanews, but no>> definitive answer. It seems that this error can indicate a variety of>> misconfigurations. Here's my situation:


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