Message 15821

Author
pokoli
Date
2014-03-02.20:05:20
Message id
15821

Content

Just to confirm this issue only affects windows, as I can reproduce it on a
Windows VM machine, but not on my linux box. 

Just installed a python shell on the Windows VM machine and I tried list dirs of
the folder and they are correctly listed, so the problem may be opening the
cursor to the database. 

I also installed sqlite-cli on the windows machine and I can access the database
without problems. 

Any tips about how to run neso from sources on windows, or how to create
neso.exe (as Oscar already pointed) will be great to solve the issue.
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2014-03-02 20:05:22pokolisetmessageid: <1393787122.32.0.756201959342.issue3589@tryton.org>
2014-03-02 20:05:22pokolisetrecipients: + ced, oscar, vezjakv, dominik, tkhyn
2014-03-02 20:05:22pokolilinkissue3589 messages
2014-03-02 20:05:21pokolicreate

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