[wingide-users] Opening .py files with Wing via OSX

Riley Porter rileyporter at gmail.com
Sun Feb 6 14:15:58 MST 2011


I got wing to open when I clicked on py files.. However it wing does not
open the file.  Also it does revert back to whatever py files were
previously set to open.

Weird.

Riley

On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 4:14 PM, Justin C. Walker <justin at mac.com> wrote:

>
> On Feb 6, 2011, at 11:01 , Alexander Kain wrote:
>
> > It would indeed be nice if this worked; however, as soon as the "change
> all" button is clicked, it reverts to (in my case) IDLE.
>
> I couldn't agree more.  I have tried this in the past (not for python) and
> it's worked w/o problems.  I have filed a bug report with Apple
> (rdar://8964511).  It might help if others would do the same.
>
> Do do this, you need an Apple developer account (available for free sign-up
> at <http://developer.apple.com>).  Multiple reports for the same problem
> are not an issue, and in fact, help Apple determine the "weight" of the
> problem, and is used in determining which bugs to focus on.
>
> FWIW, I also see that the .py files are linked to IDLE (another IDE that
> works with Python source?  I don't have it on my system [but may have at one
> time; the system disk on this system hails back to 10.0 days :-}]).
>
> On a freshly-loaded (wipe-out install) Mac OS X, 10.6.6, I see all .py's
> owned by 'python laucher'.  I get the same behavior when I try to change
> "Open with..." to Wing, but on this system, I have to go through a security
> dance as well ("You don't have permission to change just one; change all?";
> I say "yes" and then reversion occurs).
>
> Justin
>
>
> > On Feb 5, 2011, at 8:34 PM, Justin C. Walker wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> On Feb 5, 2011, at 16:23 , Riley Porter wrote:
> >>
> >>> Is it possible to double click a .py file and have OSX open it in Wing?
>  I
> >>> will launch Wing but not open the file from what I have tried so far.
> >>
> >> This may help: in the finder, select a ".py" file, and do Get-Info
> (CMD-I).  This opens an "info" window for the file.  In that window, you
> should see an "Open With" entry, with a disclosure triangle.  Clicking on
> that will give you a drop-down menu where you can select one of the system's
> choices for an app to use, or an "Other..." alternative.  If 'Wing' is not
> one of your available choices, use "Other..." and navigate to "Wing", and
> select that.
> >>
> >> You have a "Change all..." button available; check whether choosing
> 'wing' for this file works, and if it does, you have the option, with the
> button, of associating *all* .py files with 'wing'.
> >>
> >>> Sorry if this is obvious.
> >>
> >> One man's "obvious" is another man's conundrum.  HTH.
> >>
> >> Justin
> >>
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