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Re: [maxq-users] Getting a SyntaxError when trying to run a recorded script

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2008-10-08 22:20:58 PDT
Message Examine the indenting in the script. I think any tab character is
considered to be eight spaces.


On 07/10/2008, at 11:09 PM, Carphill wrote:

>
> Getting the exact same error with same version of Java.
>
> I haven't amended the script in any way, shape or form. Scouts honour.
>
> Carl
>
>
>
> Oliver Bock wrote:
>>
>> Python (and Jython) care about indenting. It must be completely
>> consistent except on comment lines and blank lines. Python/Jython
>> consider a tab character to be equivalent to 8 spaces I think, but it
>> is best to have no tabs.
>>
>> Did you edit the script using another editor? It might have replaced
>> tabs with spaces or spaces with tabs, or somehow mucked up the
>> indent. Does the indenting look consistent in Notepad?
>>
>>
>> Oliver
>>
>> --
>> On 11/01/2008, at 10:39, Dan Cordell (Temporary) wrote:
>>
>>> I'm running MaxQ on two different machines, WinXP and Vista, and
>>> getting an identical error when I try to run a recording. Here's
>>> the error, before I explain what I was doing:
>>>
>>> --------------------​--------------------​--------
>>> Traceback (innermost last):
>>> (no code object) at line 0
>>> File "<string>", line 15
>>> self.setCharset(';
>>> boundary=-----------​----------------2795​8115224164')
>>> ^
>>> SyntaxError: inconsistent dedent
>>> --------------------​--------------------​--------
>>> All I've done so far is install Jython, MaxQ, and then recorded a
>>> short script (logging into an internal site, clicking one link,
>>> then logging out). I've done the recording seperately on each
>>> machine. As I said above, one machine is running WinXP (all the
>>> latest service packs and patches), and the other is running Vista
>>> (likewise).
>>>
>>> Java version is 1.6.0_03 on each machine.
>>>
>>> I did a search through the issues and user archives of the MaxQ
>>> mailing list, as well as several web searches, and as far as I can
>>> tell nobody else has had this problem.
>>>
>>> Anyone have any ideas? Have I missed a step in installation, or
>>> misconfigured MaxQ (not that I saw any configuration to deal with
>>> upon installation)?
>>>
>>> Thanks!
>>>
>>
>>
>>
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Getting a SyntaxError when trying to run a recorded script "Dan Cordell (Temporary)" <DanCo at vulcan dot com> "Dan Cordell (Temporary)" <DanCo at vulcan dot com> 2008-01-10 15:39:26 PST
     Re: [maxq-users] Getting a SyntaxError when trying to run a recorded script oliverbock Oliver Bock 2008-01-13 00:45:36 PST
         Re: [maxq-users] Getting a SyntaxError when trying to run a recorded script Carphill <c_phillips_2000 at yahoo dot co dot uk> Carphill <c_phillips_2000 at yahoo dot co dot uk> 2008-10-07 05:09:44 PDT
             Re: [maxq-users] Getting a SyntaxError when trying to run a recorded script oliverbock Oliver Bock 2008-10-08 22:20:58 PDT
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