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The users problem is solved. But my question is still: What does it mean, when the pythonloader doesn't find the path to the extension?

When I insert a nonsens line, I receive an error with exact that line.
But when does my problem appear?

Am 03.11.2014 um 16:28 schrieb X Roemer:

someone tried to install my extension, got a RuntimeException and gave me a feedback. But I'm not sure how to interpret this message right and where to search for the error.

Why can't the pythonloader find the path to the extension. How's that possible?

This is his message:
( { { Message = ": [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'C:\\Users\\user\\AppData\\Roaming\\LibreOfficeDev\\4\\user\\uno_packages\\cache\\uno_packages\\luc5wkp.tmp_\\Organon-0.9.1b.oxt\\py\\', traceback follows\X000a C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOfficeDev 4\program\ in function getModuleFromUrl() [fileHandle = open( filename, encoding='utf_8' )]\X000a C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOfficeDev 4\program\ in function writeRegistryInfo() [mod = self.getModuleFromUrl( locationUrl )]\X000a\X000a", Context = ( @0 <> } }

You'll find my extension here:

And his message and my code on github:


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