At the end of installing GrampsAIO-3.3.0-2,
which gave no problems, Gramps starts up nicely. But when
ending the program and double clicking either of the 2 (why 2?) desktop icons
Gramps doesn’t start up anymore. I just see a DOS-window for a second and
I also tried to start Python
or Pythonw from the Explorer, because that’s where the desktp shortcuts
refer to, or by double clicking a GED-file, but without result.
What should I do to get it
I run Windows XP prof.,
service pack 3 on an AMD Athlon 64 processor.
I would like to suggest to copy the content of the link using Python (not pythonw) into a batch file having a "pause" at the end.
I'm not sure, but it could be necessary too to jump to the right directory (using CD command) at the beginning of the batch:
CD "C:\Program Files\GrampsAIO\bin"
"C:\Program Files\GrampsAIO\bin\python.exe" ..\share\gramps\gramps.py
I hope we get more information using this batch
PS: Normally there is no automatic reference from Gramps to a .GED file
well I run Gramps on Win7 64 bit. There is no problem using the default short cuts. But I never tried to run the installation on an other target drive. Is D: your Windows-drive?
But at the end I don't see any relevant difference between your short cut and your batch too.
Comment concerning PAUSE: I like this statement at the end to see all special outputs if some thing happens.
GED: So far I know the installer will not add Gramps to the file extend .GED. And I think that doesn't be a good idea because Gramps uses GED files by import.
(I don't prefer GED because there are less information than hold by the Gramps native database.)
PS: I think it would be nice if starting here a thread also to reply to it...
Am 22.09.2011 09:43, schrieb Kees:
> Hi Helge,
> Thanks, I've got it working.
> I've got my Gramps installed on D, so I changed the batch-file to:
> cd Program Files\GrampsAIO\bin\
> python.exe ..\share\gramps\gramps.py
> I don't think the 'pause' is necessary.
> But why doesn't it just work with the shortcut?
> That gives as target:
> "D:\Program Files\GrampsAIO\bin\python.exe" -EO
> ..\share\gramps\gramps.py Start in : "D:\Program Files\GrampsAIO\bin"
> Also when I leave out the '-EO' it doesn't work.
> That's exactly what we do in the batch file, isn't it?
> And I really like to get it working in association to a GED-file.
> I had it all working with a previous version of Gramps.