September 22, 2022 at 9:42 pmtomas.monopoliSubscriber
In order to run script ipy files, the first step is to import the ScriptEnv from the PythonFiles folder and PythonFiles/DesktopPlugin. This works perfectly fine in windows OS. However I am not able to run ScriptEnv.Initialize() from my Centos7 computer. Probably the progID is not valid in Linux?
Also ScriptEnv.InitializeNew() is specifically only allowed for windows system, as there is a statement in the function that checks the OS type.
However, the scripts work correctly when launched from the graphic interface. Is there a way to launch scripts directly from the terminal?
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