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python lib is not recognized as valid win32 app

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Re: python lib is not recognized as valid win32 app

Will do.

Thanks for all of your help!!!

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Re: python lib is not recognized as valid win32 app

To solve it for future users with the same problems:

The reason i could not access the Python 3.6 and kept being directed to the 3.4 is that my code used an external library (numpy) that wasn't installed correctly in the TestComplete 3.6, and so, when my code tried to import it - it went to the 3.4 - where the numpy WAS installed.

Installing the numpy corectly on the 3.6 - solved the issue and indeed there is NO issue with having 2 versions of Python on the same PC.

Here is a link for the numpy installation issue:

https://community.smartbear.com/t5/TestComplete-Desktop-Testing/integrating-WHL-Python-packages/m-p/...

 

chears,

Nadav.

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