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  1. @tbexon Where do you receive this behavior om Mac OS or Windows?
  2. @Paolo It is a warning, not an error. The pip module is part of the current python distribution with Vectorworks, both on PC and Mac. The distribution is embedded into the Vectorworks application bundle on Mac. On Win it is just a folder on the disk. On Mac, the pip module cannot be directly accessed as this can be done on PC. This line of code is used to access the embedded pip on Mac ret_code = pip.main(['install', destination,'-q','--target', cmd]) and it is the reason for the warning. In the next version of VerifyOrGetLib, I'll fix the line in order to remove that warning.
  3. @tbexon The fix for pip is now included in VW 2020 SP5.
  4. @tbexon Thank you for your reply. It's not about the versions, I've sent you this pip3 copy just to see if my suspicion of what is going wrong is correct and my fix is working.
  5. @Paolo The pip3 problem is fixed. You just need a 2021 version with a build number bigger than 560093.
  6. @tbexon Could please try this pip3.exe in the attached archive pip3.zip 1.Goto VW folder\Python35\Scripts 2.rename old pip3.exe to pip3old.exe 3.unzip new pip3.exe. 4.Start VW and try on your machine the script above that was giving the error "SyntaxError: Non-UTF-8 code starting with '\x90'" in file D:\Program Files\Vectorwork". Report the results here.If there is no more such a syntax error try to download PIL for Python 3.5 via Marioentte.VerifyOrgetLib and let me kknow about the result. pip3.zip
  7. @tbexon Thank you for the info. Could you please execute this script as well? import sys print("sys.getwindowsversion = ",sys.getwindowsversion())
  8. @Paolo If possible let the user execute the following script from the command line. Goes to Python folder of VW(Python35). import sys import locale print("sys.stdin.encoding = ", sys.stdin.encoding) print("locale.getpreferredencoding = ",locale.getpreferredencoding()) print("locale.getpreferredencoding = ",locale.getpreferredencoding(False)) print("sys.getdefaultencoding = ",sys.getdefaultencoding()) print("sys.getfilesystemencoding = ",sys.getfilesystemencoding())
  9. @Paolo , Could you please report the exact number of the build 2020 sp4 you are using? Could I have also any available information about windows (version, build), where the problem with pip 3 occurs. Do you have any other python installation on your PC ? I have tested your file Download PIL.vwx with 2020 SP4(551884), everything seems OK. I have Windows 10 Pro, build 1903. Please, take a look at the attached video. 2020-07-31-12-42-26.mp4
  10. @gester Please, could you try attached file.The links to wheel files were outdated, now they are fixed. PythonLibsNeeded_v2019.vwx

 

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