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Can Wing IDE 101 use pypy or pypy3 instead of CPython? If I set pypy, something strange appears in Python Shell:

Trying to import netserver from ['/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/2.7/src.zip/debug/tserver']
Unable to import findmodules
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/wingdb.py", line 584, in FindNetServerModule
import findmodules
ZipImportError: ('Unknown character', ('/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/2.7/src.zip/debug/tserver/findmodules.py', 1, 1, '\x03\xf3\r\n', 0))
Trying to import netserver from ['/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/src/debug/tserver']
Unable to import findmodules
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/wingdb.py", line 584, in FindNetServerModule
import findmodules
ImportError: No module named findmodules
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/wingdb.py", line 787, in main
netserver = FindNetServerModule(winghome, user_settings, tmp_log)
File "/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/wingdb.py", line 620, in FindNetServerModule
raise ImportError('Could not import netserver')
ImportError: Could not import netserver
wingdb.py: Error: Failed to start the debug server
wingdb.py: Error: You may be running an unsupported version of Python
wingdb.py: Python version = 2.7.3 (2.2.1+dfsg-1ubuntu0.3, Sep 30 2015, 15:18:40)
[PyPy 2.2.1 with GCC 4.8.4]
wingdb.py: WINGHOME='/usr/lib/wingide-101-5'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/wingide-101-5/bin/wingdb.py", line 798, in main
sys.exit(-1)
SystemExit: -1

 
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Воронецкий Дима via wingide-users wrote:
> Can Wing IDE 101 use pypy or pypy3 instead of CPython? If I set pypy,
> something strange appears in Python Shell:

No, Wing's debugger and integrated Python Shell currently only support
CPython.  This does include Stackless Python, Anaconda, Canopy, and
other CPython based distributions but it does not include not PyPy,
IronPython, or Jython.

Sorry...

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